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    This is a french recipe my mum copied from a library cook book. I make it a bit differently to the original recipe and have included the changes that I have made in brackets. Please let me know if it is confusing. Everone (so far!) loves my adaptation, it has a great flavour and is just so smooth and creamy. We usually eat this with baked vegetables and buttered green beans mixed with chopped fresh tomato. I hope you like this as much as we all do! Cooking time is only approximate as I haven't taken note of this and is for my adapted version.

    Recipe #59656

    This is great with potatoes; baked, fried, chipped, mashed etc or rice steamed or boiled. I simply used what was on hand (and what my daughter's anti-candida diet allows!) but you can certainly add some oregano (I will be next time) or spices such as cayenne pepper and chili. Prep time does not incl. soaking time for the beans

    Recipe #58620

    This is so far the BEST yeast free bread that I have baked for my daughter who has candida. It tastes really nice, holds together well and is so quick and easy to make. I adapted this recipe from an Irish Soda Bread recipe called Wheaten Bread which I found on an untitled web site.

    Recipe #56999


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