E: I added a lot more salt like it's traditionally supposed to have. Put all the meat in the food processor for a bit when it finished cooking. Pretty good over the barley but nothing special. Botswana: Seswaa. National Dish
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1 package pitted dates (about 6 oz or 170 grams or 30 dates) ½ cup almond milk (or milk of choice) dash of Himalayan pink salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Put all ingredients in a food processor or blender and puree until smooth. If using a high speed blender this will only take a few minutes. Traditional food processors or blenders will take longer, but eventually the date paste will come out nice and smooth. If you want a thinner paste, then you can always add more milk.
Hamilton Beach SaladXpress Review from Food in Jars: What I like about it is that it has a smaller footprint than a traditional food processor, dispenses right into your mixing bowl or saute pan, and cleans up more quickly than any food processor I’ve ever used. I’m totally smitten by the crinkle cut blade, because it means that I can give my pickles a classic wavy edge, also the slices can go straight into my dehydrator for drying.
Peanut Butter You may not realize just how ridiculously easy it is to make your own peanut butter. At its most basic, all you need is a quantity of unsalted roasted peanuts (or cashews or almonds), a food processor or blender, and five minutes of your time. That’s it! Homemade PB is nuttier and more flavorful than commercially prepared peanut butter, and of course, making… [read more]