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"This oatmeal is delicious and easy. I cut the butter down to 1 Tbsp and use almond milk and flax eggs. I like it a bit firmer, so I cook it for 50 minutes instead. Fantastic!"
"Attempted frozen breasts on low for 8 hours and they were terribly dried out. Would definitely recommend thighs over breasts. It was nice and easy to throw together before work though."
"Very tasty. I started just as the recipe stated but at the last minute excluded the curry, cream, and green onions and instead added thyme. I also subbed the peas with kale. So good! Excited to try it with curry and coconut next time."
"This is a really great dish. I intentionally made this as a cold pasta salad, making it the day before I intended to serve it. I used 5 cups of cherry tomatoes and instead of dried basil, added fresh basil along with the fresh parsley. Tasty and wonderful as a cold salad. I will remember this recipe for the next bumper crop of cherry tomatoes! Tha..."
"Tasty dish - kind of like a merge between a taco casserole and a quiche. I added a layer of ground round (vegetarian ground beef) with taco seasoning (like the previous reviewer) to make it a bit more hardy. The buttermilk I bought for this dish had spoiled so I subbed half and half. Turned out great. Good texture and flavor. This is something I w..."
"I love how simple this jerky marinade is. Plus, I was specifically looking for something without worcestershire sauce. It comes together easily and makes a great tasting jerky. I used minced garlic in place of powder and loved the kick that comes from the red pepper flakes. Thanks for posting. This is a great recipe!"
"We enjoyed these turkey burgers. They were easy to put together, stayed moist, and had a good flavor. I served these with some cooked mushrooms, mozzarella cheese, and ketchup and sriracha. Tasty!"