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"Made this last night for my fussy man and we both loved it! I didn't put as much water in it and there was still plenty of sauce. Think I will try yoghurt next time as we are trying weight watchers. Thanks so much for posting this. We have been after this recipe for ages. :"
Mar 12, 2003 on Food.com
" Hiya, Just wanted to let you know that the correct name is actually"Gomashio" the "Goma" means seasame seeds and the "Shio" means salt in Japanese.I have lived in Japan and found this gomashio to be the yummiest thingever! I put it on everything. :"
Mar 5, 2003 on Food.com
"These were great and easy. I used fresh Rosemary and had it with my pumpkin soup. "
Mar 3, 2003 on Food.com