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"I have used this recipe for three different things. For all three batches I went almost completely by the directions given. The one thing I did differently was I added only 3 cups of flour to start and then slowly added until the dough was smooth. I probably only used about 3 1/4 cups per recipe. The first batch I made rolls. I put them in a ..."
"These turned out great! I have tried to roast pumpkin seeds in the past and just never got them right, but this was easy and very tasty. I had about 3 cups of seeds so I increased my olive oil a little and then seasoned with creole seasoning. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"Overall, this recipe is amazing. It has become our family recipe with two small changes. I only put between 1 and 2 tbs of sugar, and I add a whole tsp of salt. I have received lots of compliments on these biscuits. Thanks for sharing!"
"I took these to share on Thanksgiving Day. They were gone in no time and everyone raved. Obviously not a healthy option, but very tasty. Thanks fore sharing!"
"I'm a southern girl in the northwest and if I want good biscuits and gravy I have to make it myself. This recipe is great! My three year old helped so I had a couple of flat chewy ones, but the rest reminded me of home. Thanks!"
"First of all this pizza dough was very, very good. I went back and forth trying to decide if I should give it four or five stars. The only problem I had was the amount of flour used. I needed WAY more flour than the recipe called for. I lost track of how much more I had to add. I know others had issues also so I was somewhat prepared for it. ..."
"First of all, the flavor is incredible for a GF bread. It's as close to the wheat version as I have ever tasted. My only problem was getting it to rise. I don't think it was a problem with the recipe. I've had trouble adapting to making GF breads. Thank you so much to sharing this!"