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    ^^^^
    yeah it depends what you use it for. i make a ton of soups, pestos, nut butters, hummus, etc. so i get a lot of use out of it. i also keep it on a shelf so it doesn't live on the counter. i held back for years because i didn't know how often i would use it, finally bought it like new for nothing on facebook marketplace so it wasn't a big investment but it was totally worth it.
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    i might have room for it on one of our shelves but i just hate buying more appliances. i have an immersion blender for soups, that thing is awesome. i'm probably just stubborn. and if i had a FP, then mr czb might ask me to make latkes more often.
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    Baked some star bread, pain in the butt to make, but pretty. And very tasty, I can attest.

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    Holy shit I don’t even want to know what goes into making that
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    that is gorge!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    Holy shit I don’t even want to know what goes into making that
    It's a lot easier than it looks, just kind of time-consuming. https://cafedelites.com/star-christmas-bread/
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    ^doesn't look easy to me lol
    i like cooking and i've been making a lot of cake and tart recipes this last year but baking bread or pastries is not my thing, i don't have the patience for it.
    your bread looks amazing, Constance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by czb;[URL="tel:3828822"
    3828822[/URL]]ok. what i do to dry them out is

    1) after shredding, squeeze out water. or stick in a colander. THEN

    2) put them in a dish towel/cheesecloth, then gather the ends of the towel. and squeeze out the water. a bunch of times. it takes a lot of effort to get them dry.

    i had to look up sagitta since i had never heard of it. sounds good!
    Thanks.

    I grated them by hand too & it wasn’t too bad.
    I’m going to have another go today.

    I thought about using my fp but it’s at the back of a cupboard & I couldn’t be bothered to get it out. Grating potatoes was quite therapeutic.


    The potatoes were some that we had been testing & rather than junk them we “recycled” them.*


    * I shared with my trainee (my favourite tbh) what I was making & he said he was going to try them too. I will miss this bit when I leave this job
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    egg, cheese and avocado on a toasted bialy.
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    Ooh! I had to Google bialy & they look nice - are you still non-gluten?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    Ooh! I had to Google bialy & they look nice - are you still non-gluten?
    omg bialys are amazing.
    i avoid gluten for the most part but since it has more of a cumulative effect on me i have the occasional treat. i love pasta and bread too much lol.
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    Gluten, dairy and sugar-free chocolate banana zucchini muffin with sugar free chocolate chips - these are easy to make and portable so great for breakfast and snacks.
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    am making ginger cookies as we speak ... bought a big stalk of fresh ginger today. so i imagine i will be stuffing my cake-hole with that in a bit.
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    Trying to use up leftover turkey from Thanksgiving since I'm roasting another one for Christmas so today I made scalloped potatoes with turkey.
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    milky tea and a red lentil 'patty' (leftover dal moulded into the shape of a patty and heated up in a pan) with an egg on top and some dukkah.
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