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yz

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Mar 8 11 9:07 PM

Oh, the above recipe also works well if you replace all the optionals with shiitake mushrooms - keep some black olives in.

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Mar 8 11 11:42 PM

Nice recipe. You can easily substitute Silk soymilk for cow milk.

Being where you are though, do you still use canned hearts/palm?  I thought they were everywhere there fresh.

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Mar 9 11 12:03 AM

the hardest thing to find here is fresh hearts of palm!

it's been that way for decades, if you find them fresh they're sourced illegally.

only established businesses with reforesting/sustainable extraction policies are legally allowed to market hearts of palm.

the fresh stuff is collected by fly-by-nighters who destroy the environment.

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yz

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Mar 9 11 12:06 AM

Nice recipe. You can easily substitute Silk soymilk for cow milk.

-compasspnt


the milk is there not for flavor but for the chemical properties, so I don't know if the soy stuff would substitute.

corn starch maybe? and if the filling gets too thick, add more of the preserve water.


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Mar 9 11 3:49 PM


yves wrote:

"the milk is there not for flavor but for the chemical properties, so I don't know if the soy stuff would substitute.

corn starch maybe? and if the filling gets too thick, add more of the preserve water"


the milk is, probably, not necessary


the idea is to thicken the sauce with liquid and starch, so a little vegetable stock would do perfectly well


corn flour is a very easy solution, but regular flout works well, as long as it's cooked a little first in butter/vegetable oil



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Mar 9 11 8:48 PM

I was about 5 or 7.  It took a long period of adjustment afterward.  I don't usually share that picture with just anyone, but this just being the internet and all, I figured it would remain between us.  What I'm holding in that picture is my stillborn younger sister.


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Mar 10 11 12:50 AM

I was about 5 or 7.  It took a long period of adjustment afterward.  I don't usually share that picture with just anyone, but this just being the internet and all, I figured it would remain between us.  What I'm holding in that picture is my stillborn younger sister.

-barry_hufker


(It just could use repeating.)

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Mar 10 11 6:04 AM

I'm sorry.  What does this device do??
;>)

-barry_hufker


It's the next HearBack system... but it actually works.


Paul, that chalk picture is very nice! Thanks!

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Mar 11 11 12:42 AM

every time I see a picture like that I remember when I was about 8 and climbed atop a water tower...

then sat on its top crying like an 8-year old on top of a water tower afraid to look down.

daddy to the rescue...  he was pi**ed off, not because I climbed it up but because I got afraid to get down.

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