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June 21, 2010

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WHAT?! I MISSED THIS!??? ANGRY FACE!!!!!!

You should try a healthier version. I love making mine by coating them in ground up whole wheat bran flakes(dipping them in dry, then wet (egg) and then dry), and baking them in the oven. I season the bran flakes with a little bit of garlic salt, and flip them halfway through baking...

These sound so delicious.
I wonder if you could cook them in the oven?

I'm starving.

mmm. My favorite.
I have only ever tried it with the 'fancy' moz. they sell in high class delis (or, ya know, the Super Target counter...:) but have found it VERY hard to keep them together because that moz is definitely more 'runny'. I am just going to suck it up and do it with string cheese from now on!
Sarah M

i'm trying this right now! I'm going to surprise my friend with them when she gets here :-)

This looks so good!

Omg, seriously one of my favorite foods. So so so delicious all the time, every time.

Yum, this has always been a favorite at our local restaurant. Now I can try to make it at home--as the organic food delivery always brings me advocados and I never know what to do with them (I'm from Michigan, you know!)

when I'm working, he'll do even more -- theNext I ran a gathering stitch down the center of the strips. I used a gathering foot for this, but if you do not have one you can stitch a double row of basting stitches and then gather by hand.used to it now.

Sounds good have you tryed using crushed cracker it makes it more crisper

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