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    Last night was Raw "peanut butter" cookies. Ok I was still doing the Raw recipes. I really doubt if these are good for me, but so fun and yummy to make.
    1 cup almonds
    1 cup dates
    1/3 cup tahini
    1 1/2 tbs cacao nibs
    1/8 tsp sea salt

    All ground up and rolled into balls put in fridge ( mine into freezer so I can just eat one as needed)

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    This book has wonderful, healthy recipes that are very easy to make. I am trying all kinds of things. See if your library has it.... https://www.linkcat.info/cgi-bin/koh...number=1196685

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    Thanks for the recipes and book suggestion, folks.

    I made two new recipes last week: roasted new potatoes (I know, very basic, but I'd never done it, so I'm counting it) and Lemon Thyme Chicken Tenders. Both were successes that I would make again. 4 down, 16 to go.

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    Today is a Custard Rhubarb pie. Now this is not falling into a healthy diet I have been striving for of lately, but it is spring and that comes but once a year! My old neighbor used to bring us a slice in the spring, yesterday we spoke on phone and she gave me the recipe as we no longer live close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikingLady View Post
    Today is a Custard Rhubarb pie. Now this is not falling into a healthy diet I have been striving for of lately, but it is spring and that comes but once a year! My old neighbor used to bring us a slice in the spring, yesterday we spoke on phone and she gave me the recipe as we no longer live close.
    DH makes that pie, it is delish.

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    Loved it! Hubby, not so much. We figured for him is was more the once a year treat the neighbor used to bring over

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    Thanks for the reminder about rhubarb custard pie. For some reason, that slipped my mind, and I was looking at my growing rhubarb and thinking about regular rhubarb pie. I much prefer rhubarb custard pie, so I am relieved that I will have something to make with it.
    Does anyone have a good rhubarb jam recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tybee View Post
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    Does anyone have a good rhubarb jam recipe?
    Jam the rhubarb down the garbage disposal? Rhubarb is the one vegetable (?) I can't get down--and I've tried, as a child and as an adult--so I know it's not an acquired taste. Maybe I'm a "taster," but I don't think so.

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    It's got a lot of vitamin C, Jane,and with ample sugar, is pretty good! It also grows like a madman and it's the only thing ripe in May.

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    If it's one thing I don't need, it's sugar, and strawberry-rhubarb pie is one of the dishes I've attempted. I felt like an idiot trying to eat around the rhubarb. A decorative planting, maybe?

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