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Yummy! I left out the sunflower seeds (didn't have any) and tossed in a tablespoon of walnuts instead. Still delicious -- but if you plan to eat this over several days, leave out the nuts until you're ready to serve it so they don't get soggy. I also added a little zest from the lime to garnish -- which gave the salad an extra kick. Thanks for the recipe, Izzy!

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moxie January 06, 2003

ATTENTION: All those on a low-cal and low-fat diet, this is one of THE BEST recipes here. Absolutely flavour packed, nutritious, good for health and AMAZINGLY great! I omitted the sunflower seeds, but besides that used everything else. I scaled it down to 1 serving(just for me) and I can't find words to tell you how much I appreciate Izzy for sharing this recipe. I would suggest everyone to try this. A real WINNER!

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Charishma_Ramchandani August 12, 2002

Delicious! I always appreciate new ways with yogurt and the coconut, vanilla, and lime juice made this a new treat for me. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado July 02, 2006

This didn't do that much for me, at least when made with Granny Smith apples (which is what I had on hand). That particular type of apple may be too tart and too crisp.

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ktdid January 01, 2004

I usually scale this recipe to 1/4 and call it my light lunch. I can't belive how much more there seems to be to eat in a single apple when you garnish it like this! I've done all sorts of versions of this recipe: used buttermilk instead of youghurt, other fruit juices instead of apple juice, omitted the seeds, increased the amount of coconut... and they're all good! Thank you for sharing Izzy!!

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stormylee October 21, 2003

This was incredible! What a fantastic flavour combination! I reduced the amount for just myself, using 1 Granny Smith apple and left out the juice. I ate this straight after I made it and it was great. This will become a regular snack or dessert for me!

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dale! July 03, 2003

Easy and good. I'll be making this again and again. I think I might toss the apples and then drizzle the excess over them as serving time...I had trouble getting the raisins and nuts to stick to the apples.

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Chris White June 16, 2003
Yogurt and Spiced Apple Salad