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    Chef #1302771

    Member since Jun 2009

    Chef #1302771

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    Reviewed Herb & Cheese Quick Bread

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    Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012 on Food.com
     |  (2 people found this helpful) |  27 Reviews  |  By Katzen
    LinMarie says:

    "Salt needs to be in this recipe; the other reviewers are correct. This bread is flat without salt. I sprinkled REAL SALT on the bread when I had some by itself. When served with tasty meat, it may not be necessary. The bread looks and smells nice; it needs salt in the ingredients list."

    Reviewed Raspberry Strippers

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    Monday, May 28, 2012 on Food.com
     |  1 Reviews  |  By Kayelem
    LinMarie says:

    "These are excellent. This recipe is from Cooking Light December 2000. I have made these for several years. Today I baked a batch and used a whole egg; delicious. Thanks for posting the recipe. (Used Apricot preserves today.)"

    Reviewed Sour Milk Spice Cake

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    Monday, May 7, 2012 on Food.com
     |  5 Reviews  |  By justcallmetoni
    LinMarie says:

    "I agree with Mary SC pasteurized milk does not "sour" - it just spoils and should not be used once it turns. When sour milk is called for, use buttermilk or add vinegar to good milk!

    I prefer certified RAW milk, it will sour and clabber naturally and is safe. Please see http://www.realmilk.com/ for more info. Thanks."

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