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    I had to make a barley dish for a community dinner (90 people) and did not want the typical bland, gluey, sticky barley. Looked at various recipes, and asked various people for recommendations, and this is the result. NOTES BELOW FOR LARGE QUANTITY.

    Recipe #410510

    1 Reviews |  By RivkaD

    This recipe came from Weight Watchers. It is easy & yummy. We like it with more curry than shown here, adjust to taste

    Recipe #265303

    1 Reviews |  By RivkaD

    The etrog (citron) is used by Jews worldwide for the holiday of Sukkot. What do you do with it after the holiday? My instructions are for someone like me who (almost) never makes jelly.

    Recipe #192588

    The etrog (citron) is used by observant Jews worldwide for the holiday of Sukkot, imported from Israel. What do you do with it after the holiday?

    Recipe #192589

    From "Beverly Lewis Amish Heritage Cookbook". The best way my family has found to use up your green tomatoes! Less time, trouble, and equipment than pickling them. Also, you can freeze the loaf cakes.

    Recipe #398083

    Good for diabetics, or WeightWatchers program, as long as you are really careful about portion size! My measure of total yield is approximate. Total recipe comes out to the same calories as about 23 "fruits", so here's how to figure how much you get for each "fruit equivalent". Measure how many CUPS you have of finished "jam". Multiply by 48. Divide by 23. That's how many teaspoons you get.

    Recipe #288578

    My mom's recipe - you start with plain, store bought yogurt, and make more! PLEASE NOTE: If you substitute 4 c. skim milk for the 2% and powdered listed, the yogurt will come out somewhat runny. Prep time does not include sitting 6-8 hours.

    Recipe #108624


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