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    hey all, Looking for a bed-large scale Mozzarella recipe using cream and reconstituted powdered skim milk. I'm looking to make a batch from 20lt of recon milk. Using rennet tablets and citric acid to lower the ph. I can't seem to get the citric acid, rennet ratio right with the timing to get...
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    Hi, Could I have some input and advice on the quickest way how you all cost recipes/menus. I think I am costing accurate, but it takes so long.... e.g trying to find out how many portions I get from the recipe ( takes ages to get it down to one portion of the recipe calls for more )and...
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    I love steak. And chicken. And bacon. Did I mention that I love bacon? You're probably wondering why someone who has very clear carnivorous obsessions tendencies would be posting about chickpeas. You couldn't get anything further removed from a steak than this humble legume. But these easy...
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    Bananas and I haven't always had the best relationship, but this gluten-free banana oatmeal muffin recipe will appeal to the toughest critics. Of all the fruit out there that I've tried, it's pretty safe to say that bananas are not my favourite. They're not even in my top 5. I think it's a...
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    This easy delicious cupcake frosting can be flavoured with a variety of things, from chocolate to zest to herbs. The possibilities and combinations are only limited by your imagination! There are many ways to adorn a cupcake, from ganache to whipped cream to glaze to sprinkles to nothing at all...
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    Cupcakes are one of those things that could be amazingly satisfying or sadly disappointing- fortunately for us, these easy vanilla cupcakes fall into the former category. Made with olive oil, these little bites of sweetness have just the right amount of vanilla to support your frosting of...
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    When you've got more (very) ripe peaches than you should eat in one sitting, it's the perfect time to make this easy gluten-free peach crisp! With oats, brown rice flour, blueberries, and a sprinkle of nutmeg, this easy peach crisp is the epitome of summer. In our house, summer is a time for...
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    With all the hustle and bustle of holiday meal preparations, it's nice to make a dessert that doesn't require an oven. For Christmas dinner, I made a spice ice box cake to bring to my sister-in-law's. With two babes in the house, this low maintenance dessert was just the ticket. But don't...
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    This is the first post in a while, I know. A few things have happened since the last time I wrote. Welcoming a new baby into the family has definitely kept us very busy! I'm definitely feeling like we are getting into a rhythm as a family. So much so that I was able to do a make ahead cranberry...
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    Just a quick post for this one. Pretty low on focus and energy reserves these days... Sometimes, all you want need is a slice of something is undeniably chocolate, without being cloyingly sweet. And if you can hide some veggies in it, why not? Especially if those veggies help to make the loaf...
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    It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Spices, cranberries, and lemon zest infused vodka. Served over rocks or as part of a cocktail. Spiced Cranberry and Lemon Vodka Adapted from a Martha Stewart recipe I cup fresh cranberries 1/4 cup sugar 2 tbs sugar 2 pieces star anise 5 cloves 4...
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    We bought an organic butternut squash about a week ago and I wasn't able to decide what to do with it until today. A long time ago, I watched David Rocco make butternut squash gnuddi (is that the right spelling???) with a hardcore Italian nona on his show and it just looked so good and so...
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    This doesn't look like much, I know, but it sure was satisfying. I started by dredging some chicken in a mixture of brown rice flour, salt, and pepper and browning them in my Dutch oven. Once they were browned, I removed them from the pot and sautéed some onions and garlic in the remaining...
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    For a family potluck at my sister-in-law's house, I offered to bring dessert. At first, I was going to make a layer cake, but when I heard that there were going to be 30 people there, I thought that cupcakes might be a more prudent choice. I knew right away that I wanted to make a cupcake with...
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    I understand your skepticism, but a gluten-free flatbread recipe with no yeast, eggs, soy, or dairy can taste good! This gluten-free flatbread recipe has no yeast, eggs, soy, or dairy in it. Yup. You heard me right. I was a bit worried at first too. But with being advised to experiment with...
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    I spied some local fava (broad) beans at our farm market a few days ago and couldn't resist. If you've never had fava beans, you're missing out! I will admit, they are a bit of work, but they are so amazing. When they're in season, the beans are creamy, toothsome, and nutty with a slightly...
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    I've been experimenting with pork ribs lately so I thought I would share this simple St. Louis style barbecue ribs recipe. It really is more of a method than a recipe, which follows with the way I tend to cook. It was a bit of a mad dash to get this stuff ready for our guests so I don't have...
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    D and I recently had an amazing (awe-invoking, happy-dance-inspiring, we-are-still-talking-about-it-it-was-that-good) dinner at La Quercia in Vancouver to celebrate our wedding anniversary. It's been three years already?! Crazy. We had the 7 course family-style menu, which runs $50 per person...
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    We went to visit a friend for dinner on Sunday and she sent us home with some blueberry crisp. I had had two helpings at her place, it was that good. I couldn't wait to have it cold the next day (yesterday) but I really wanted to have it with some vanilla yogurt. Since we didn't have any in the...
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