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"Easy. Quick. Delicious. I came home from work, dinner was ready, the house smelled fantastic. Five stars!All I did was throw some brown rice in a pot, and add 1/2 bag of frozen spinach during the last 10 minutes or so of cooking. Yum!"
"I have made this before, and it is just wonderful (and very SBD friendly. I use a big bag of "Chard of Many Colors" from Trader Joe's, with canellini beans. If I want the soup as a meal by itself, I'll throw in some turkey sausage, but it's a wonderful soup either way. Thanks for posting this!"
"I made this last night- I tripled the recipe, used about 1 tsp. mint extract instead of the fresh mint, and used my ice-cream maker. It seemed to have trouble freezing, and I ended up putting it into the freezer when it wasn't too solid. When I checked it today- Fantastic! Great texture, and the taste is excellent and really refreshing. "
"Good stuff! My fave ice cream parlor in town makes plum sorbet, but it's seasonal (and EXPENSIVE) so I thought I'd try making my own. What a great, versatile, and simple recipe! I used red plums and peaches, and threw in a TB of lemon juice- I also used 1/2 the boiling water to dissolve the sugar, then used ice cubes to make up the other half-..."
"Excellent for those low-carb sweet cravings. I am giving it 4 stars because- well, it's not going to fool anyone into thinking it's the real thing, but it's a solid substitute. I used the real stuff (whipping cream, regular cottage cheese, and splenda) and threw in a dash of vanilla for good measure. Yum!"
"This is an excellent low carb comfort food recipe- great on a chilly winter night! I'm on Atkins induction, so I left out the mushrooms. You can also use guar or xanthan in placle of the Wondra (I didn't have any in the house.) I served it over steamed buttered cabbage ribbons, and I never even missed the traditional noodles; it was quick, easy, ..."
"Not quite the sweet, nutty taste to garlic roasted in the oven. As a stand-alone element (on french bread, etc.) it will definitely do in a pinch, but the oven-roasted variety is marginally superior. However, used in recipes, I would never notice- my roasted garlic mashed potatoes turned out beautifully. Yum! "