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    I made up this recipe years ago with ingredients I had around the house. Since then it's been my most requested potluck/picnic recipe. Everyone is always amazed at how simple and tasty it is. Sometimes I like to replace one of the cans of mixed beans with chickpeas. The amounts are estimates and aren't really that important, you can just make it to taste. If you want to add cucumbers wait to add them until just before serving, otherwise they'll get soggy. In my area there is a greek restaurant (Rendezvous) that sells their house dressing bottled. This is the one I use. So just use whatever your favorite greek salad dressing happens to be. I've made this salad just with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Lemon Juice, Oregano and minced garlic for the dressing, You can also use freshly cooked dry beans in place of canned.

    Recipe #427134

    This is my version of Banana Bread that uses some healthier ingredients, like Honey and Whole Wheat Pastry Flour. I also like to use delicate or mild olive oil in my baking insted of butter or highly refined oils. A strong Extra Virgin Olive oil will taste overpowering but the milder one blends in nicely. Feel free to use applesauce instead of oil if you want fat free. Taste wise the health factor is very subtle, really no one will be able to tell the diffrence. This recipe calls for quite a lot of banana, I store them up in my freezer until I have enough. I like to sprinkle the top with Butterless Walnut Struesel Topping.

    Recipe #427106

    If your've never made your own vanilla you've got to try it. It's nothing like the store bought kind, not even good quality pure extracts (and it's way cheaper). People will wonder what happened to your baking. It goes from average to incredible as soon as you start using this vanilla. You can use more than is usually called for in a recipe because there isn't any of that bitter after taste. Just make sure that if you're using lots you cut back slightly on some of the other liquid. It also makes a good Christmas present. You can try it using any sort of hard liquor you want, I've simply listed my preference. Also, Make sure you're using Vanilla beans from Madagascar, the cheaper ones from Mexico aren't true vanilla beans are actually toxic. You can reuse the beans up to three times (just let it steep a little longer each time) and once they've been all used up you can dry them and add them to your sugar. They'll still release flavour. The cook time refers to the time it takes to steep it, I always cheat and start using it early though.

    Recipe #398159


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