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"Instead of margarine or shortening--both of which are full of free radicals due to their hydrogenation--use plain, old butter in this recipe. I also substituted turbinado, raw sugar for the brown (which is white sugar that is flavored with molasses. Ahhh--now that's a healthy bread.This recipe works great in a bread cooker. I was concerned that..."
Apr 27, 2008 on Food.com
"You must use sundried tomatoes (stewed tomatoes aren't even close. The feta and sundried tomatoes are a killer combo. You bite into the meatloaf and get a lovely flavor burst right in the middle--in the mediterranean region of the loaf. A gourmet twist on comfort food and good enough for company. Serve it with rice and a mixed green salad. Ta-da!"
Oct 17, 2007 on Food.com
"I was thinking of submitting a shogayaki recipe--what could be better as far as easy gourmet goes?--and found you had already done so. My kudos. When I lived in Japan, this was virtually always served on a bed of fresh, finely cut cabbage (not steamed. It was thanks to this dish that I started loving raw cabbage. Also, everyone differs as to how ..."
Sep 27, 2007 on Food.com
"Completely authentic! Thanks for sharing this great, classic recipe with us."
Mar 26, 2006 on Food.com