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see url Back home, when I do have a salad, it needs to be special!
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site gratuit de rencontres sans inscription This recipe makes the most of in-season rocket, and early-season plums. With added salty feta to balance the tart plums and peppery rocket.
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cherche une fille musulmane pour mariage It could easily be served cold though. Just a quick note on serving the plums cold, my first batch used coconut oil, and I have also read butter is recommended for roasting plums. The only issue with this is they both solidify when cold. So absolutely only use oil, I used olive oil but if you wanted to use another vegetable oil that would be fine.
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