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    Wow! I'm gonna try all of these :D

    Roxy - sorry didn't answer your Q in time. I don't eat much rice either, so I tend to eat curries with either chapatis or puris. Although, if you're not keen on...
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    Sorry to hear it didn't turn out well, Ruby Duby :( Are the french style ones really thin? Maybe you could try using fresh ones, like Roxy :confused: I'm gonna use fresh next time...

    Here's...
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    The asafoetida is in powdered form - looking at the container, it contains: gum arabic, wheat, rice flour, asafoetida and turmeric. It's also sometimes called "hing", I think. You should be able to...
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    Yeah, it's a good "student" recipe :D Btw, if soaking the beans is too much of a hassle each time, you can always soak a few batches and then freeze until you need to use them.

    Here's another...
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    Glad you like the recipe :) I hadn't thought about cooked wheat flakes, think I'll try that next time!



    Yay, happy you and your partner enjoyed it Roxy! And that picture looks so good, I want...
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    I just tried this simple and yummy daal recipe using whole moong beans. I love this dish! :D Aside from soaking the beans, it's extremely quick to make (only about half an hour) and doesn't require...
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