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    Playing with nori sheets

    Zurie
    Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:00 pm
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    I've found these things (nori sheets) handy before, to keep stuff I want to roll, in position.

    I've posted this simple recipe (Cream Cheese Snacks Rolled in Nori Leaves). I COULD NOT get a nice photo. I simply do not know this camera very well. I took maybe 15 photos, and in every single one the cream cheese looks like billowing white clouds. icon_evil.gif

    Anyway, the rolls should be cut up into small, finger-size pieces (unless used as a starter). Not sure. I think I need to experiment further. icon_eek.gif

    Debbwl
    Wed Nov 21, 2012 6:43 pm
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    The two angled rolls look good it is just the straight on shot that the cream cheese glares back at you.

    The water crest and tomatoes have wonderful color!! Are the out of your garden?
    Zurie
    Thu Nov 22, 2012 1:07 am
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    Yes Deb, and there I was, taking most photos straight-on, so all you see are VERY white fillings, too awful! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif The camera seems to pick out white -- I am sure there must be a better setting!!

    No, I bought the tomatoes and salad stuff. My garden is coming on very slowly, still waterlogged in parts (after the unusually heavy winter rains which went on for months). That is really such a problem and disappointment.
    mickeydownunder
    Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:57 am
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    Gday I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this idea!!! Thanks Zurie

    When I find a bit of spare cooking time lol lol lol

    this is definitely on the list Based on the nutrition, will have to tweak to increase the protein!

    Yes, white is a tough colour to photograph

    I have taken the liberty and hope you don't mind to crop and edit



    WHOO HOO Thanks for SUCH a simple and WONDERFUL idea too!
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