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    Recipe #309191

    I have never made this, but it looked good. Let me know how it turns out.

    Recipe #265863

    Many turkey brines have ingredients that I don't like. This one is very simple and ingredients (like apples, spices, etc) can be added based on your personal tastes. From Eve Felder, associate dean of culinary arts at The Culinary Institute of America as published in "The Providence Journal" on Wednesday, November 14, 2007.

    Recipe #265861

    a recipe from a giant folder of recipes from my mother's drawer.

    Recipe #223581

    My mom made this for Christmas dessert in 1989 and I still remember it.

    Recipe #223582

    Found this in a folder of recipes.

    Recipe #223579

    From a Kraft foods magazine.

    Recipe #223243

    From "Eat to Live"

    Recipe #223244

    From the Real Age (You on a Diet) website. It says that it's for vegetables, but I suppose you could use it for meat too (it will obviously be less healthy that way, but whatever).

    Recipe #223173

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    Recipe #223171

    Makes an awesome spread or dip for raw and lightly steamed vegetables. From "Eat to Live"

    Recipe #223170

    From "Eat to Live"

    Recipe #223169

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    Recipe #223166

    Soup to aid in weight loss. From "Eat to Live" by Dr. Fuhrman. Despite the review saying that it couldn't possibly come from this book or this doctor, it was, in fact, copied verbatim from the book.

    Recipe #223165

    I made this up one day. We liked it, but it's really not healthy (is anything that tastes good healthy?). The broth is a milky broth, not creamy. It is very filling. I wonder how this would taste with chicken as well.

    Recipe #215067

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