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Yes, yes, I did. Agave. I only listed the ingredients I used that were given as an option. I used the other ingredients too, all the ones necessary. At any rate, next time I will use ghee instead, or "cut in" cold coconut oil.
Thanks for the tip on flax goo. Because 2/5 of the family is allergic to eggs, I usually end up doing flax goo too, but I always mix 1 Tbsp. flax meal with 1/4 c. boiling water. You're right, if there's too much the bread ends up being a little rubbery. Hey--rubbery is better than crumbly in my book (depending on what I'm making).
ISTJ, BTD since 5/05. Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.
"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..." I Corinthians 6:12
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Yesterday we made the cookies with: buckwheat flour, agave nectar, Spices were a mix of: cocoa powder, fennel, clove, cinnamon, anise seed, salt and ghee. No eggs, no baking powder, no extract/flavoring, etc. I really don't measure except for the flour and agave nectar.
In a gathering of friends, several children ate more than one cookie, so they obviously liked them, even though they looked a bit strange to them. I gave one to an adult and he asked for the recipe!