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    This is the only way my daughter will eat fish (so far.) We think it tastes a little like lobster. You could probably use almost any white fish fillets. Sometimes I don't even thaw the fillets. I just rinse them for a minute under warm water. Dry off with a paper towel. Then I broil them for 1 or 2 more minutes on each side. Really fast.

    Recipe #367067

    1 Reviews |  By Inklady

    This recipe is from scratch and has much less calories than the commercial brands. From Kathleen Daelemans' Getting Thin and Loving Food! I have made this using soy milk and almond milk. You may also add 1 star anise and 6 allspice berries. I have also tried using different teas, such as green and herbal. If using tea bags, try about 4. Smells as good as it tastes!

    Recipe #363106


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