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    I came across these cookies once by accident, and then spent hours looking for them later! This recipe is based one the one from Hannah Kaminsky's blog, BitterSweet (http://bittersweetblog.wordpress.com). These are vegan, gluten-free, and lower carb than most peanut butter cookies. If you're not calorie-counting, I'm sure Hannah's version is better. I just wanted to cut back a bit! Edit: These cookies ARE crumbly. According to the original recipe, using chia seeds instead of flax makes a difference - which is a good option if you're trying to avoid gluten.

    Recipe #377326

    This is a fairly low-fat, low-calorie, low-carb recipe. It's safe for Phase 2 of the HcG / Simeons / Trudeau protocol. If you want it more natural tasting, switch out the calorie-free sweetener for sugar and the light tofu for regular tofu.

    Recipe #373102

    This recipe is not for those new to Japanese sweet breads - mostly because these breads have a strong yeast flavour particular to the Japanese, but also because the custard has a different texture and feel than most Western filled sweet breads. However, for those of you open to a new experience, this bread is tasty, different, and gives you official bragging rights. This recipe is a variation of one found at http://foppish-baker.blogspot.com/2006/01/matcha-cream-pan.html. I'm a bit of a chatty baker, so pardon the recipe length. :) Preparation does not include rising time.

    Recipe #225413

    I call this "Lyonnaise" because the woman who gave it to me came from Lyon - this is ridiculously easy to make, and it makes your house smell divine when you cook it! Don't be put off by the length of this recipe - I'm just a chatty chef. :) Unlike other galettes I've seen here, this one is made sans puff pastry.

    Recipe #208462

    I'm new to canning, so when I find a recipe that doesn't involve pectin or cheesecloth, I'm happy. This is another Nigella Lawson recipe, only slightly altered by me. I like really bitter and rich marmalade. If you don't, just use 1 kg of white sugar and halve the lemon juice.

    Recipe #195086

    My mother used to make this all the time for my sister and I when we were kids. As it turns out, it's not all that accurate (I know this because I grew up to marry a Welshman), but I still make it this way. It may still be high in fat, but it's also high in flavour, and at least this way it's not completely devoid of any nutritional value. Hourray for veggies!

    Recipe #193068

    This dish is not only ridiculously easy to prepare but is also made from scratch, giving you an extra excuse to gloat. Although this recipe is time-consuming, the onions can be cooked ahead of time and then thrown in with the base at the last minute, if you're in a rush. The original recipe is from Nigella Lawson's fantastic, "How To Be A Domestic Goddess," and I only changed it to make it a little easier for North American kitchens to prepare. Please enjoy! (Updated to reflect comments :D )

    Recipe #187575


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