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In general, I use Potato Flakes to thicken watery foods, while providing a subtle flavor and texture. Just remove from heat, add some flakes (see picture), stir in and wait a minute while they work. Thicken to preference,but leave slightly watery, as your food will thicken slightly as it cools.

Adding Potato Flakes
  1. Diced Turnips: Sweet and Delicious.   Get Recipe
  2. Diced Rutabaga with Brown Sugar: Sweet and Delicious.   Get Recipe
  3. Cooked Beet Greens: Much like Spinach. Out of all plant foods, beet greens have one of the most impressive nutrient densities. A good time to make Beet Greens is when you thin your plantings.   Get Recipe
  4. Garden Stew: made with your own Tomatoes, Potatoes, Carrots, Sweet and Hot Peppers, Swiss Chard, Garlic, Basil, Celery.   Get Recipe
  5. Flaxseed in your Cereal:Milled Flaxseed is tasty and very healthy because of its vegetable oil and its roughage.   Get Recipe
  6. Easy Raspberry Pie: This recipe could be modified slightly to make other fruit pies (like Peach or Cherry). Separating the juice from the berries is easiest done by freezing and thawing,as described.   Get Recipe
  7. Rhubarb Pie anytime: Enjoy these pies fresh or frozen raw and fresh-cooked any time of the year!   Get Recipe
  8. Cinnamon Rolls from left-over Pie Dough: Use your left-over pie dough to make this easy snack. Bake it along with your pie.   Get Recipe
  9. Sweet Rhubarb Sauce: Enjoy this easy-to-make sweet Rhubarb Sauce separately or over ice-cream.   Get Recipe
  10. Hearty, Healthy Brownies: Made with Flaxseed, Oilve Oil and Walnuts.   Get Recipe


Enjoy!  Ray Herrmann

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