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i adapted this recipe from one that appeared in bbc good food magazine and loved the rich, earthy flavours it produced. the original inspiration for this dish apparently comes from tunisia and it certainly reminded me of some african stews i have had. the
i have been making these for years. they are a very easy version that do not take much time or energy to make. just throw them in the fridge to marinate then throw them in the oven on low temp for several hours while you do whatever you want.
this is a wonderful smoothie that i use often as a meal replacement. adding the green's plus makes it even healthier than it is already and makes you feel great! i came up with it myself as i have not found a smoothie i have truly loved yet..... until n
got this recipe from lorac on the eastern european thread. it's great! easy to make and relatively inexpensive since it is mostly vegetables. my husband, who is serbian, loved it! sorry some of the ingredients are in metric, but i just guessed on some
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