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  • Spring Ragout / Ragout Printanier from AuntM in Toronto, Canada.
    This is adapted from a recipe card that appeared in a Paris Match magazine in the 1980s. A Japanese friend of mine bought the Fren...
  • Parsnip And Apple Muffins from AuntM in Toronto, Canada.
    This tasty surprise comes from Whole Foods Market. I'd picked up a big load of parsnips cheaply at the end of the day at St Lawre...
  • Gluten Free Cheese Drop Biscuits from AuntM in Toronto, Canada.
    I just heard about coconut flour recently, thanks to one of the members of Group Recipes, and found a local source of it at Bulk B...
  • Salmon Chowder With Dill from AuntM in Toronto, Canada.
    Although I discovered this recipe some years ago, I have no Idea at this point where it originally came from. My public library s...
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  • jo_jo_ba 1 year ago
    Not as written, though easily made so
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  • jett2whit 1 year ago
    Hi Auntm! I'm a new follower :-) Stop by my page anytime!
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  • rottman 2 years ago
    Hope you added the comment to the recipe. it does do well frozen.

    ... I think we disagree on the green peas... ;-)

    first, on taste, but second on season :-)
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  • cookwithfeeling 2 years ago
    yes, thank you for telling me about the mistake. i just changed it..
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  • notyourmomma 2 years ago about Salmon Chowder With Dill
    Sounds delicious
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  • optimistic1_2 2 years ago about Salmon Chowder With Dill
    very nice post, Merry Christmas!
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  • otterpond 2 years ago
    I buy mine from Amazon. Although these are small bags, you'll soon discover how very very far coconut flour stretches.
    http://tinyurl.com/7oumucj (link to amazon product info)

    This is one of the first things I made with coconut flour and it was quite successful. Coconut Flour Tortillas Best advice I got learning to use coconut flour was to start only using tried and tested recipes. This one is of that ilk. Found it on an Atkins dieter's blog.

    Good luck with it and I think you will have some fun learning to cook with new ingredients. I did when I went on a low-carb diet. Another ingredient I learned to use was Guar to substitute for flour as a thickening agent in sauces instead of wheat flour. I got that from Amazaon as well. Just like coconut flour a tiny amount goes a long long way.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guar_gum
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  • otterpond 2 years ago
    I'm so glad you found the Kohlrabi Patties tasty. Coconut flour absorbs liquid like a french sponge. It is astonishing. It is the flour of choice for those of us on low carb diets, gluten intolerant and diabetics. It is quite different than wheat flour and takes a bit of getting used to.
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