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    Sounds really really good! However, I got rid of my microwave. Do you think any recipes like these would work in a toaster oven?
    It should. Try baking at 350 for around 15-20 min
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    This does look damn good! I can see it working and will give it a go. I've been disappointed with flax meal bread attempts, but a quick raise with eggs, good call! Maybe breakfast tomorrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    Hmmm...should I insert an evil laugh here? Muah-haha! Hey, how are you feeling? Have you had your surgery?
    Yup. Got part of my ear sliced off shortly after 9a yesterday. It went aces. When I got home, I wanted solid food right away and feel like I'm bouncing back way better than my last operation (pre-primal)
    Just a little drowsy today. Doc did nice job on compression bandage. It's pretty rounded up there. I'm feeling optimistic I might have a normal ear this time.
    but, ah, IT ITCHES!
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    Yay! May you recover very quickly. Away with pain and with itching! That made me think of something comforting I'd like if I were recovering! I'll try to make it tomorrow and post the recipe for you if it works. Hint: it will be chocolatey. Chocolate makes everything better
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    Chocolate makes everything better
    agree, completely! Have nursed 3 Zico chocolate coconut waters over the last couple days, as well as a Dagoba xocolatl bar
    good quality antioxidants never hurt anybody
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    try cooking at 350 for 20 min
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post

    I made this with almond meal and coconut oil last week. I'll hafta try with raisins. YUM
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    This must be one of those "meta-recipes," as I didn't have what was necessary and screwed around with amounts and such, and they are still yummy (might not be as yummy as the original--which I will try soon).

    6 eggs, 6T sour cream, pinch salt, 6T raisins, scant 2t cinnamon, 1 1/2 t baking powder, 8T oat bran (I'm not good at keeping a "clean" house). Don't ask me how I kept them from sticking. But I wasn't willing to sacrifice my muffin pan.

    Thanks for sharing--I'll try the actual recipe next week. For now, I have breakfast and a couple snacks for the rest of this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Now you are the evil temptress :P
    Not so fast Doc B. That title is still all you;-) How was the surgery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccerGrok View Post
    Not so fast Doc B. That title is still all you;-) How was the surgery?
    Totally agree!!! You CAN NOT be replaced!!! <3 How bout I be your evil sidekick, and we come up with yummy evil recipes to tempt the world with! Muah-ha-ha!
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