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"Delicious! My neighbor gave me a huge zucchini, and I was looking for something to do with it. This definitely hit the spot. I used whole wheat flour, and I used applesauce instead of oil, and it turned out great. Even my picky anti-health-food sister ate and enjoyed it!"
"This is the first whole-wheat bread I've made that doesn't taste like a brick. It's light and spongy, with a great flavor. It did tear a bit when I cut it, though. (Even when I left it to cool overnight.)"
"The recipe was easy and tasted pretty good. I made it into muffins instead of a loaf. My only complaint was that it was a bit greasy. It soaked through the muffin papers."
"This is fabulous! It's light tasting and filling. I must have had super-absorbent lentils, though. I had to add about twice as much water as the recipe called for. I also added extra garlic and salt to give it more flavor."
"I've been searching for a long time for a recipe that duplicates the red beans and rice I had when living in North Carolina. This one comes pretty close. I added extra salt and some chili powder to make it a bit spicier. This was a nice, easy recipe to make, and I think it's a keeper. Thanks!"
"When I made this, the dough was too sticky to press between wax paper. I ended up having to add some extra cornmeal to firm it up. It never did get flat like a tortilla is supposed to, but it made a nice corn cake instead. It still tasted fine piled with taco fixings, though."
"This is great! I used homemade tater tots (Recipe #79526), and it turned out wonderfully. It freezes well, too.I used freeze-dried celery, and it reconstituted well in this recipe. This is definitely a keeper."
"I had some potatoes that I needed to use up before they went bad, so I gave this a try. The tater tots turned out well, and they tasted great. It was really labor intensive, though. It took me almost an hour to get all the potato balls fried up.It's a good way to use up leftover potatoes, but it can't compete with the store-bought price when my ..."
"I made this for a family gathering, and it was a big hit. I used black beans because it was what I had on hand. I didn't have any molasses, so I substituted dark corn syrup, and nobody could tell the difference. Since I used dried onion instead of a fresh one, it was just as easy as opening up a can of beans. This recipe is a keeper."