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"Delicious! 4 cups basil, 8 garlic cloves, zest of half a lemon, juice of 1 1/2 lemons, 3/4 c pine nuts, 1 c grated parmesan and about 1/3 cup really fruity olive oil. It did need a good one-and-a-half or two teaspoons of kosher salt. Spooned into ice cube trays (at least the part we didn't eat right out of the processor, smeared on bread) and froz..."
"I halved the recipe, and only used one egg (instead of one and a half). I also only used the zest of one lemon. I combined the lemon zest with some of the sugar in a mortar and pestle and pulverized it to a paste so the curd would be smooth. I combined everything in my largest microwave-safe bowl. After three 1-minute pulses in the microwave on hi..."
"Since I know my Kitchen-Aid has trouble with recipes calling for much over 5 cups of flour, I halved this. I added a pinch of saffron to the water with the yeast, and I used a whole egg (even though it's half a recipe). I used the Kitchen-Aid to do all the kneading, and added about 3/4 c dark raisins for the last few minutes of kneading. Since it'..."
"This so-called diet is extremely unsafe. It is woefully inadequate in most major nutrients, and far too high in sodium. Following this diet as directed can lead to irreversible kidney and heart damage in susceptible individuals. I have seen this diet ascribed to half-a-dozen different "major hospitals;" all have disavowed it. It is an urban myth a..."
"I crammed 6 lemons (with salt) into a 24 ounce jar; it was completely filled and had no room for extra juice. (Since I had already juiced the other lemons, I made recipe #37966 instead.) When you cut the hot lemons, be prepared for a gush of steaming hot juice! You might want to work over a bowl so you can catch it. I used the more traditional cut..."
"Wonderful bread. I wanted something with a little more corn flavor; I might swap an additional 1/2 cup of corn meal for flour next time. I made it in the Kitchen-Aid; I just mixed it all together then let it knead for about 5 minutes. I let it rise, punched it down, let it rise again, formed it into a boule, let it rise again, then baked it at 350..."
"I disagree with Missyvixen1217 on all counts. You can get pasteurized in-shell eggs which would be perfectly safe. If you trust your egg purveyor, there's no reason not to make this. And since food safety laws vary from state to state and county to county, it's probably not illegal in a whole lot of places.That being said, do be VERY careful abo..."
"The previous reviewer is incorrect. The nutrition information is correct; the serving size is ENORMOUS. It actually makes about 30 servings (2 tbsp each), not 5; each has about 35 calories and 7.5gm sugar, roughly (due to the natural sugars in the fruit)."
"6 1/4 ounces plain flour = 1 cup plus 7 tbsp (1½ cups less 1 tbsp)3 7/8 ounces butter, soft = 1/2 cup (1 stick)1 2/3 ounces sugar = 1/4 cup (using granulated white sugar)"