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Recipe Reviews 17 reviews
Excellent overall, make sure to get ripe avocados, or make sure to get the avocados at least a week before making the guacamole!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 18, 2012
Baked Kale Chips
A little hint about buying Kale. Make sure it is fully green, and make sure that you don't overuse the olive oil because it will make the chips really soggy!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 18, 2012
Big Soft Ginger Cookies
A few hints for those unsure...1. Get the "Mild Flavor" Molasses. I wasn't sure which one to get, but the Mild is perfect if you don't like the flavor/don't know which one to get. Full flavor one seemed too dangerous, and I would only recommend using it if you wanted the strong taste of molasses. 2. When making these by hand (without a mixer), do as the instructions say until you get to the "mix in the flower mixture to the molasses mixture" part. Instead of using a wire wisk (which you should be using up to this point), instead use a wooden flat spatula and 'fold' in the flour mixture a bit at a time. Works much better because this cookie batter is VERY sticky. 3. To make 2-inch cookies, put 2 tablespoons together of cookie dough, just a quick scrape with your finger to level it off makes the batter touch your hands less and gives you quicker ability to roll it in the sugar and get it on the cookie sheet. By using this method you will get about 2 dozen + 6 cookies. Also I don't know if it is my oven or what, but I ended up baking them 12 minutes minimum, and I even cooled for 5 minutes on the cookie sheet! Good luck! :)

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Reviewed On: Dec. 5, 2010

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