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"Wonderful recipe base! This brine is for me the perfect balance of salty with a little hint of sweet. It would be good on it's own, but I couldn't help adding more "stuff" to the jars. Combining suggestions of other reviewers, I added mustard seeds, peppercorns, celery seeds, carrot, and a slice of hot red pepper to the jars. B..."
"OMG, If you have beans, basil and tomatoes fresh from the garden, don't pass this recipe up. It was SO good! Only thing I changed was I went a little lighter on the oil and so my dressing was a bit watery (which only resulted in my wanting to drink it out of the bottom of the bowl when I was done...ha-ha!)"
"i misread the ingredients and only used one bag of white chocolate chips. i am glad i did because this is SWEET. it doesn't look quite as pretty & white with just the one bag of chips, but that's ok with me. it is really delicious."
"this is a great recipe. i make it all the time. i love that it takes about 5 minute to put it all together, and it tastes amazing. thanks for posting it."
"I made this with a friend and we served it over quinoa instead of pasta. Somehow manages to be light and hearty at the same time. It was delicious, thank you!"
"I followed this recipe exactly except used a larger quantity of the peas & cucumbers (had so many from the garden). At first it was VERY tart for my taste. I recommend adding tablespoon or so of Agave nectar or other sweetener to the dressing- after that it was absolutely wonderful. Perfect for a hot day. Thanks for the recipe!"
"These were delicious! My first time making parsnips, & a great introduction. I used almond milk instead of heavy cream and they still tasted quite rich. With the cream they must be out of this world. Thanks for sharing."
"these were amazing! they DID remind me of those kfc biscuits! I used 1 cup brown rice flour & 1/4 cup cornstarch. Perfect amount for a big country breakfast for two. once i tried to make these without the xanthan gum, though, and it was a disaster- so please don't make that mistake like i did:-)"
"a delicious bread! crusty on the outside, soft & fluffy inside. it rose a lot better & faster than some other gf breads i have tried. the recipe looks a little daunting at first with all the ingredients & different baking methods, but it's very forgiving & really quite easy. i had to make some substitutions (used all xanthan-no guar, used eggs, us..."