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  • #16
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    thanks, Tara I have just made the original recipe here with blueberries, awesome i hope ground almonds is the same as almond flour/meal? anyway it worked though i added some water

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    • #17
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      Oh Jedi-- to get coconut flour-- go to Whole Foods. That's where I get my coconut flour. Look for Bob's Red Mill brand. Usually in the first aisle.


      Where will you be in Boston? Right in the city?


      Whole Foods:

      Symphony

      15 Westland Ave

      Boston, MA 02115

      617.375.1010


      There are quite a few in the surrounding cities of Boston-- and many in Cambridge. You should have no problem finding a Whole Foods. I *love* that store.


      You can get coconut oil there too! Enjoy your trip!

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      • #18
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        thanks I am staying at BU as I am visiting univesities in the area (i am a guidance counsellor)

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        • #19
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          just made these again this morning. added a little milk to loosen up the batter and folded a couple of whipped egg whites into the final batter before putting on the pan. this worked out great and made them a little more fluffy than usual. highly recommend trying this.

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          • #20
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            How interesting - this recipe (sammylou's original at the top) is almost identical to what I make, but I also have an entire can of coconut milk in mine.


            Originally a waffle recipe, I make pancakes with it, too. I'm so used to it, I have a hard time imagining it without all that coconut milk! I usually eat them plain, and they're awesome.


            Oh, and I hear you on the sausage thing, sammylou; I wrapped a pancake around some turkey sausage this morning, and it was phenomenal.

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            • #21
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              Agreed with whipping the egg whites and the 'pig-in-a-blanket' idea.


              I even whipped up some raw jersey cream and ate them with that on top instead of any syrup or jam.


              I don't even measure anymore. It's just a basket of my primal 'items' stashed in my pantry and I just dump and pinch and voila!

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