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"Delicious. As a previous commenter noted, I boiled the potatoes separately to speed things up. I used a very large dense head of cabbage, so half was fine. I used green onions from my garden as well as Jerusalem artichokes in place of some of the potatoes."
Mar 30, 2009 on Food.com
"I used buckwheat instead of quinoa. It cooks up in about 20 minutes. Turned out very nice. Btw: I would not recommend using kasha which is the toasted version of buckwheat as it is strong tasting. The only hard part was processing the parsley. I separated off most of the stems, discarded the bigger ones and finely chopped the small stems. It sho..."
Jan 25, 2009 on Food.com
"Very delicious. The bunch of fresh spinach I bought weighed in at half a pound so I added some kale, boiled until tender. To make it vegan I used a high quality coconut oil. We were out of mustard seeds, so I used some stone ground prepared mustard.There was a thin liquid at the bottom of the dish from the steamed spinach, so I thickened it by a..."
Dec 13, 2008 on Food.com
"I used way less sugar and added ground cardamon, raisins (a tasty addition that adds sweetness and hemp nuts. Very nice."
Nov 5, 2008 on Food.com
"I used this to make a pudding so can't comment on the pie. I doubled the spices for extra flavour and only used a 1/4 cup of sweetener - maple syrup. Turned out nice."
Dec 11, 2007 on Food.com
"I got 2 cups of seeds out of a medium pumpkin. I only used 2 cups of water to simmer them in (instead of the suggested 8 cups which seemed like far too much. Worked fine.They never got that brown even after 40 minutes, probably because I didn't dry them. Very delicious and crispy."
Dec 3, 2007 on Food.com