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    This is more of a technique than a recipe, as we all probably know how to make these separately, but the groove is in how to get them all to the plate hot at the same time. Required is a pan and a spatula, a microwave, and a toaster. You think you can't have breakfast on the fly? I'll have you eating in about 5 minutes. Promise.

    Recipe #470629

    My mom had an old recipe for this at one time, but it's long lost, so this is my creation. THIS ISN'T A SALSA. It's a cold cucumber soup, and it's unbelievably refreshing on a summer day. Time in the 'fridge makes it even better. If pureed with some bread is authentic for you, have at it, but I prefer chunky and crisp.

    Recipe #260394

    I think Bernard Clayton would love to have this recipe tried more. I made 2 round loaves out of this, but I'm sure you could shape it to suit your needs. Also, this is a three day 'sour' or 'sponge', but the only maintenance is a daily stir. I used a food processor, and learned that it wasn't recommended for a reason (!), so I'll just post the 'by hand' way. I just wanted to add a thanks to those that tried and loved this recipe, and decided to review it and add pictures. Thank you, and I'm glad you derived as much pleasure out of it as I did.

    Recipe #259323


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