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"Delicious, and pretty much the same popular recipe we enjoyed when we lived in Anchorage AK. The only difference was that I sprinkled some seasoning onto the fish before slathering on the sour cream/mayo. also excellent with fresh Alaskan salmon."
"A good bread. Mine was a little crumbly for a sandwich, but otherwise an excellent low carb bread. Used almond milk, because that's what I had, and it worked fine. Also used coconut oil, because I noticed it keeps home made bread from getting moldy so fast. Update--if you put your bread machine on manual, you can make excellent rolls & sub san..."
"These are good short ribs. I've followed "beef & beer" recipies before, and the beer you use makes a big difference in flavor. Also, my store only had 2 lb. packages of short ribs, so I mixed the ribs with 1 lb of beef stew meat. The ribs taste better than the stew meat. Maybe the fat is better at absorbing the flavor. Anyway, I'm glad I used..."
"I was wondering how this would work. Whenever I put coconut milk into the fridge, it would lump up. As good as (non-hydrogenated) coconut oil is for you, it does start to solidify at 75 degrees or so. Anyway, this is delicious, but there may be some soft lumps in the mixture after chilling. I stirred them up to blend the milks together better..."
"This was good. I liked the serving, since I live alone. Didn't have a Korean fish cake, but I discovered crumbled bacon tastes good. I also discovered 2 tblspns of oil (in a wok) works, too. What on earth makes the total carbs 158.9 grams?? The measurements exclude the kim chee & the fish cakes. What's left, the rice?"
"It was good. I like dressing, but I followed recipe anyway, and took it to a potluck like suggested. Of the two cucumber-tomato salads, this one finished first. I don't know why someone would substitute ingredients in a recipe and then give it an inferior review."
"Very good. Didn't have shrimp, so I used ocean scallops. Other than that, followed the recipe, frying it in a combo of oil and bacon grease.Delicious. Had left over sauce--it works well as a spread. Going to try it on fish tacos next."
"This was good. I used a packet of yeast, which is think is a little more than 2 tea., and I took the other person's suggestion of adding a little vanilla. I also used UCO (unrefined coconut oil) instead of the margarine; still turned out fine."