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Garbanzo bean flour, season (I used some turmeric, ginger, onion powder, salt, pinch of gram masala, {my bad} touch of sugar, water, hot olive oil. Oh yeah, Broccoli.


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the batter must have a watery consistency like tempura, right?

I make my own sprouted bean flours that work beautifully

great job!


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, hot olive oil.


I was under the impression it was not a good idea to heat olive oil to a high temp, am I wrong about that? Is it OK to fry with?


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I was under the impression it was not a good idea to heat olive oil to a high temp, am I wrong about that? Is it OK to fry with?

As long as it doesn't smoke, it is not breaking down...


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the batter must have a watery consistency like tempura, right?

I make my own sprouted bean flours that work beautifully

great job!

I do a lot of my own cooking, i suppose I should pay more attention and measure, but I just dump and stir, add a little flower or a little water an stir some more. I eat it now matter how it tastes most time I lucky. I much like it better with cauliflower but that's not on my good list, so when I was getting water from the water store (reverse osmosis) I stopped by the produce stand and was lucky enough to come across some nice looking broccoli at 2 for $1.00 with 3 and 4 stalk in a bunch. This was the first time with broccoli.
Thank you by the way!




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As long as it doesn't smoke, it is not breaking down...


Cool, I learn something new everyday.

Looks good veganjoe, but I'd be using up my entire month's worth of oil (as per swami guidelines) in one meal


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Oh my goodness, you are making me want to eat and it's 11:00 p.m.
There seems to be alot of Indian food that I can eat as an Explorer; I just checked out showmethecurry.com and subscribed to their site. They have amazing recipes that I am sure can be tweaked by many. Too bad I'm so busy this summer to experiment but will do so in September!
Off to bed, I just had Ginger Kombucha and that will have to do until the morning! But a Papadam would of gone down well with it!!!
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try some sweet potato slices as well!

oven backed would also work, for those not wanting to drench theirs in oil


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