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Classic Tapioca Pudding
My husband loves tapioca. I made this but used Chia seeds instead of tapioca. I used homemade Almond milk and had to use a little more because of using the chia seeds. I didn't measure how much more Almond milk, when I was cooking it and it was getting thick, I just added more milk to make it more creamy. I used coconut sugar and vanilla paste. My husband didn't even know I used Chia until after he ate it. He's kind of a Tapioca Snob and I did not want him to judge till he ate it and told me what he thought. HA!! He love it!! My mom had some also and AFTER my husband finished his and said he loved it my mom is actually the one that let the cat out of the bag by saying "It's a different tapioca pudding but it's really good". She love it too. I think the Chia added a nutty flavor. I don't know how to explain it but it was great!! I will always make it this way.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 14, 2015
Green Bean "Almondine" with Garlic and Blue Cheese
Made this last night for a dinner party for 12 but I adjusted the serving size to 8 because I added some sauteed yellow onion and mushrooms. I blanched the green beans for ONLY 2 minutes as I love a crisp bite to my beans and you will be putting them in the oven at 400 again so they get cooked again there. They came out PERFECT ! A very nice SNAP left in the bean when it came out of the oven and it they even sat for 1/2hr before we ate and STILL had that CRUNCH! Added a bit more Blue cheese because I put a layer of the bean mixture in the dish then layered some of the cheese on then added all the rest of the bean mixture that way when you got to the middle of the beans there would still be blue cheese. Did everything else all the same. Got complements and there were none left in my dish!! Need I say more!!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 26, 2013
Figs and Toasted Almonds Brie
Just now made this. Fabulous!! I used half the sugar, may even cut it some more next time. I want to really taste the figs. Everything else was the same amounts. I also used goat cheese the sharp taste of the goat cheese with the sweet, WOW !! Also used pecans that I toasted. Spread the cheese and topped with the fig mixture on a multi-grain and rice cracker. TO DIE FOR!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 28, 2011

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