stuffings

Cranberry Stuffing

I seem to have misplaced the recipe, so I’d better post this before I forget.

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Tofu Cottage Cheese

A delicious substitute to cottage cheese. It can also replace ricotta cheese in recipes.

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Herb Stuffing

You can used leftover bread that is about to or has started to go stale, or you can use fresh bread. The best bread is the kind you have to slice yourself, that comes from the bakery section in your local grocery store(s), or the homemade kind. Continue reading

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Corn Breadcrumbs

It’s a little embarrassing, but I was actually trying to make crackers, but I used this to make stuffed cabbage. You can use this wherever you would use breadcrumbs in your recipe, unless the breadcrumbs are there for the purpose of holding your creation together, because I’m not so sure this will work for that. It might make a nice garnish on top of a casserole, though, and can be used in stuffed cabbage or stuffed peppers. Or you could just eat it as a snack, but be careful not to inhale it.

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