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recipes for ALL the zucchini
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    Posted on 21:45:30 - 17/07/23 (8 months ago)
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    For the rest, we actually make a lot of crème with it, just some onions, garlic, and zucchini, bit baked, add some fresh herbs and bay leaf. Add some water and mix it. When it's ready and some whipped cream, or if you want it vegan unsugared soy milk and you're good to go. The kids love it so it's a good way to make them eat vegetables.

    Important, take the bay leaf out before mixing.
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    Posted on 21:36:57 - 03/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    For the rest, we actually make a lot of crème with it, just some onions, garlic, and zucchini, bit baked, add some fresh herbs and bay leaf. Add some water and mix it. When it's ready and some whipped cream, or if you want it vegan unsugared soy milk and you're good to go. The kids love it so it's a good way to make them eat vegetables.

    Important, take the bay leaf out before mixing.
    yo, so, as long as i have some bread rising... this sounds really good, but doesn't the hot food kinda un-whip the cream? or do you chill the other stuff after you mix it?
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    Posted on 22:05:16 - 03/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    For the rest, we actually make a lot of crème with it, just some onions, garlic, and zucchini, bit baked, add some fresh herbs and bay leaf. Add some water and mix it. When it's ready and some whipped cream, or if you want it vegan unsugared soy milk and you're good to go. The kids love it so it's a good way to make them eat vegetables.

    Important, take the bay leaf out before mixing.

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    yo, so, as long as i have some bread rising... this sounds really good, but doesn't the hot food kinda un-whip the cream? or do you chill the other stuff after you mix it?
    Well, this is my English a bit lacking I guess, it's just cream, without whipping, also, always put it after you turn off the fire. Another alternative is to use water where you cooked pasta in, gives kind of the same result.
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    Posted on 22:09:45 - 03/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    Posted on 22:10:35 - 03/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    For the rest, we actually make a lot of crème with it, just some onions, garlic, and zucchini, bit baked, add some fresh herbs and bay leaf. Add some water and mix it. When it's ready and some whipped cream, or if you want it vegan unsugared soy milk and you're good to go. The kids love it so it's a good way to make them eat vegetables.

    Important, take the bay leaf out before mixing.

    Kajal [2542083]

    yo, so, as long as i have some bread rising... this sounds really good, but doesn't the hot food kinda un-whip the cream? or do you chill the other stuff after you mix it?

    Capgros [2088627]

    Well, this is my English a bit lacking I guess, it's just cream, without whipping, also, always put it after you turn off the fire. Another alternative is to use water where you cooked pasta in, gives kind of the same result.
    ah! that makes sense... hmm time to go raid the fridge
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    Posted on 22:11:18 - 03/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    you stay out of this, not-ripley
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    Posted on 23:48:55 - 03/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    For the rest, we actually make a lot of crème with it, just some onions, garlic, and zucchini, bit baked, add some fresh herbs and bay leaf. Add some water and mix it. When it's ready and some whipped cream, or if you want it vegan unsugared soy milk and you're good to go. The kids love it so it's a good way to make them eat vegetables.

    Important, take the bay leaf out before mixing.

    Kajal [2542083]

    yo, so, as long as i have some bread rising... this sounds really good, but doesn't the hot food kinda un-whip the cream? or do you chill the other stuff after you mix it?

    Capgros [2088627]

    Well, this is my English a bit lacking I guess, it's just cream, without whipping, also, always put it after you turn off the fire. Another alternative is to use water where you cooked pasta in, gives kind of the same result.
    after mixing etc i realized maybe you meant creme fraiche instead of liquid cream, i would totally have used creme fraiche if i were in europe where it is cheap and available everywhere - the result with regular cream (and also no onions, i didn't realize i was out) is more like soup. but it tastes great so TO BE CONTINUED
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    Posted on 00:09:19 - 04/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    For the rest, we actually make a lot of crème with it, just some onions, garlic, and zucchini, bit baked, add some fresh herbs and bay leaf. Add some water and mix it. When it's ready and some whipped cream, or if you want it vegan unsugared soy milk and you're good to go. The kids love it so it's a good way to make them eat vegetables.

    Important, take the bay leaf out before mixing.

    Kajal [2542083]

    yo, so, as long as i have some bread rising... this sounds really good, but doesn't the hot food kinda un-whip the cream? or do you chill the other stuff after you mix it?

    Capgros [2088627]

    Well, this is my English a bit lacking I guess, it's just cream, without whipping, also, always put it after you turn off the fire. Another alternative is to use water where you cooked pasta in, gives kind of the same result.

    Kajal [2542083]

    after mixing etc i realized maybe you meant creme fraiche instead of liquid cream, i would totally have used creme fraiche if i were in europe where it is cheap and available everywhere - the result with regular cream (and also no onions, i didn't realize i was out) is more like soup. but it tastes great so TO BE CONTINUED
    It's certainly recommended, in Spain though, it's not used that much, for the acidness I normally.throw in a bit of cider vinegar anyway, and I always go for the soy boy option, but then..I serve it with a bit of grinded parmesan...
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    Posted on 14:17:16 - 04/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    Posted on 03:01:42 - 11/08/23 (8 months ago)
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    I just saute in some olive oil and maybe a bit of butter with salt and pepper, toss in some chopped garlic near end...lovely snack.
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