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    Primal stuffing

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    I made totally primal stuffing, using coconut flour for the base. Recipe: http://stuffimakemyhusband.blogspot....seriously.html

    No one will ever guess it's low-carb!

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    Those cornbread muffins look great! I'm going to try them tonight. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightlystarched View Post
    Those cornbread muffins look great! I'm going to try them tonight. Thank you!
    Hope you enjoy! Not sure if you've made them yet, but if not, you may want to add a little bit of honey if you are used to "Yankee cornbread" If you are accustomed to savory, non-sweet Southern cornbread though the recipe is fine as is.

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    nom nom nom. looks gooood! going to bookmark and give it a try once the weather cools a bit. thanks for sharing!!
    Everything in moderation, including moderation.

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    These were very good! I am ejoying the leftovers with some sliced ham and cheese. I love being able to have a sandwich! These would also be really yummy with some sausage gravy..... I will definitely be making them again. Thank you.

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I have been debating whether or not to host a thanksgiving dinner for friends, and this has me inspired!! Can't wait to try your recipes =)

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    Here's an alternate stuffing recipe... very different from your traditional bread based stuffing but incredible on flavor...

    http://pickupmymat.wordpress.com/201...pple-stuffing/

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    Sounds good!

    I'm going to the U.S this year to celebrate Thanksgiving with my American in laws. I'll just be eating like everyone else for that day as I've never celebrated a Thanksgiving before and none of them eat primally.

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