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Made this tonight. Thank you Whole Foods.The only thing I did differently, is that I used Ghee instead of olive oil and I used WAY more than 2 tsp of it because I am not afraid of fat. :) I also threw in a couple of cherry tomatoes from my neighbors garden. This truly was delish!! Do we have a recipe thread? This was as close as I found. :wub:

http://www.wholefood...2_09_19_Recipes

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Looks great :)

Under Community heading there is a recipe sharing section :)
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Looks great :)

Under Community heading there is a recipe sharing section :)


Oh oops...maybe a mod will move me. :rolleyes:

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You've been moved. :)

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You've been moved. :)


Gracias. :)

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Looks amazing! Thanks for sharing.

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This looks great! I just bought some salmon. I'm single, and I don't like reheated fish, but I'll bet I could make the fruit/veggie part as is, with one salmon fillet, and the veggies will keep for another night and another salmon fillet.

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This looks great! I just bought some salmon. I'm single, and I don't like reheated fish, but I'll bet I could make the fruit/veggie part as is, with one salmon fillet, and the veggies will keep for another night and another salmon fillet.


I agree..I dislike reheated fish. :) Yep fix all the other stuff and cook the salmon when you want it.

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this was really really tasty - thanks for posting!!

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this was really really tasty - thanks for posting!!


Glad you liked it and I have some wild frozen salmon in the freezer that I just bought and was toying with what to do with it...bingo! :D

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