February 4th, 2007
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I found one that said to puree raw cashews with water...but that was in a comment and I couldn't find it online, does anybody have a book/article/etc. that uses that formula?
Or better yet, does anybody have another heavy cream substitute?
I would just use soy cream, but teach said that wasn't allowed. Gah. Darn "rules and regulations."
PS- i did read the FAQ/memories that's where i found the cashew one...but without a source i cannot use it! ;)
ETA::: source of cashew cream replacer, but still, more would be good :)
Any recommendations would be great!
These are the most delicious wheat bagles ever and the sesame seeds just stay put with water during baking. They are not 100% WW but they are half and half and mighty good. They are the bomb with a slice of tomatoe, a slice of avocado and a little squirt of mustard. I brought some of these on our last canoe trip with cantalope on the side and I was the envy of the hot dog eaters. This batch was made fresh tonight and this is the first time I put sesame seeds on top. OMG I will be making more!!!!
I bought the sesames for homemade hummus with sundried tomatoes.