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  • Ladybug_MrsJ 1 month ago
    Hi Rainbowcookin! I like the maple syrup idea, although 1/2 cup might be a lot (not sure - I use the dark maple syrup - not the lighter one - not sure what the maple syrup is like in Australia). I am thinking your suggestion might be something like Eagle brand sweetened condensed milk, which is a brilliant idea for me given that I am dairy intolerant. Also, we are big maple syrup fans in my family so your idea is divine. Please let me know how it turns out. I will be very interested in your experiments.

    I noticed your chocolate pie the other day. Bet that would be really good with coconut whip cream! Yummy yum yum! ;)
  • gaspesiangal 1 month ago
    Thanks for the info and for having a peek at my eggplant recipes.
  • MamasRecipeCorner 1 month ago about Rich And Flavoursome Vegan Dhal
    This sounds so yummy! Thank you for sharing!
  • MamasRecipeCorner 1 month ago
    Hello Friend, Thank you! I am honored and blessed to meet you too! Yep, I do, do a lot of crafts and all have been taught to me by my grandma/grandpa/mama and dad!! Well, I tell you friend, you and I are going to have a sewing lesson! We are going to learn how to sew a button on then you will be a pro!! Lol!!!! We can do this! I am looking forward to seeing your pic's! I love to cook and bake and I have been blessed to have an awesome mama, grandma, dad and grandpa to teach me well. All of us girls/women would gather in the kitchen and cook/chat while the boy's/men would be doing whatever boy/s and men do! Whatever it was, I know that we had more fun! I do not eat much meat either. I love fish and chicken the best. I eat a lot of fresh veggies right out of my gardens. Well, I am going to go and take a look at your recipes to see if I can find more yummy goodness! Have a healthy day! Talk soon! Hugs!
  • elgourmand2 1 month ago about Lusciously Rich Chocolate Pie
    Bloody great post.
  • elgourmand2 1 month ago
    Thanks for checkin it out. I agree, avocados are great. I always have one or two in the basket. Enjoy.
  • gaspesiangal 1 month ago
    I always have almond milk in the house. Thanks for taking the time to reply. Many thanks, Bren.
  • gaspesiangal 1 month ago about Lusciously Rich Chocolate Pie
    Sounds decadent but what could I sub for the macadamia milk? It's not available where I live.
  • rainbowcookin 1 month ago about Lusciously Rich Chocolate Pie
    I am a chocoholic and I was so pleased when I invented this. It does really satisfy chocolate cravings. YAY!
  • jett2whit 1 year ago
    Hi there! Thanks for looking and commenting on Jett Ina Burritos - Hope you are having a great day!
  • rainbowcookin 1 year ago about Black Rice, Red Kale And Sprout Salad
    This is really one of the BEST rice salads ever!!
    I know cos I am eating it right now, lol
  • NPMarie 1 year ago
    Awww thanks for the nice comment on my Quinoa Edamame Salad! I appreciate it:-) Let me know if you get a chance to try it!

    BTW, my husband lived on Bribie Island when he was a young boy...the family moved back to the States when he was about 14 years old..he LOVED AU!
  • jett2whit 2 years ago
    Hi rainbowcookin - thanks for getting back to me with gall bladder info. Hope you're having a sunshine-y day!
  • pointsevenout 2 years ago
    It's about the chicken. A lot of recipe originators get the chicken ingredient wrong without knowing it.
    A chicken breast is the whole breast of a chicken, both halves including skin and bone. So when you say 4 chicken breasts, that means 4 whole breasts of chicken which is 8 boneless skinless chicken breast fillets with the bone and skin included.
    A split chicken breast is half of a whole chicken breast with skin and bone.
    A chicken breast fillet is a boneless skinless (BS) fillet which is half of a chicken breast without the skin and bone. The word fillet being key to understanding the ingredient.
    There is a huge difference in the amount of water in the recipe if one were simmering up 4 chicken breasts which falls under the first definition or simmering 4 BS breast fillets.
    Hope I have said that clear enough for you to understand.
    I'm pretty sure you meant to list the ingredient as 4 BS chicken breast fillets.
    It is similar to, for example, 4 cups of onion diced VS 4 cups of diced onion. Four cups of onion diced presumes the onion is measured first then diced. Four cups of diced onion presumes the onion is diced first then measured which yields more onion in the recipe.