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    Has anyone made the quirky Jo's brown rice soup without the chicken stock paste?? I have none - can I substitute with veggie stock I have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Has anyone made the quirky Jo's brown rice soup without the chicken stock paste?? I have none - can I substitute with veggie stock I have?
    I've not made chicken stock, I always make that soup with veggie stock and it's delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
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    Here it is already hacked into. So soft but so light, fluffy and chocolatey mmmmm
    Yumm!!

    Just looked it up and I think I might make it as cupcakes for a picnic on Sunday.

    Was thinking of using rapadura and cacao, do you think that'd work?? Would I use the same measurements? And did you have it un-iced?

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    Just made the magic bean cake into cupcakes!! In the oven as I type!

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    My poor thermie has been neglected lately as DP (and as a result, ME!) have been on a high protein type diet - no bread, desserts, curries etc. I did make some bliss balls yesterday with it though - noms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Yumm!!

    Just looked it up and I think I might make it as cupcakes for a picnic on Sunday.

    Was thinking of using rapadura and cacao, do you think that'd work?? Would I use the same measurements? And did you have it un-iced?
    Hun I've seen that ladies have used both rapadura and cacao so yes but apparently cacao should be lessened as it can come out a bit to strong.

    I didn't use icing but holy hell it would be awesome iced my DH is a Sugar nazi so I can't ice anything in this house hehe

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    Just attempted the 'Best Ever Bread Rolls' for a second time as they were rock hard the first time - OMGeeeee, love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Just attempted the 'Best Ever Bread Rolls' for a second time as they were rock hard the first time - OMGeeeee, love them!
    I use the plain white rolls recipe. It's awesome, I make them every few days for DH's lunch and he loves them. Never had a problem with them and DH loves them, is that one any better??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    My poor thermie has been neglected lately as DP (and as a result, ME!) have been on a high protein type diet - no bread, desserts, curries etc. I did make some bliss balls yesterday with it though - noms.
    This is the thing that i find disappointing about the thermy... >_< when i go strict with my eating... It becomes a bit useless.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    This is the thing that i find disappointing about the thermy... >_< when i go strict with my eating... It becomes a bit useless.


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    You could use the varoma to steam fish, chicken, veges etc


 

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