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Old 11-02-2003, 11:36 AM   #1
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Hmmmmmmm! I'm not a pancake person but these might work as sort of soft tortillas for fajitas - minus the vanilla, sweetener and cinnamon. Hmmmmmm. Or they could be cut into strips to use as noodles.
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I'm going to try them as blintzes. I didn't think about the tortillas, that could work!!
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Old 11-02-2003, 12:09 PM   #3
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Well, low carb tortillas ordered online are US$3.99 plus major shipping charges to Canada so.......I'll give it a try.
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These sound delicious.. I love pancakes and would make them but can't use oatmeal. It is an instant trigger food for me, even just a dab of it is dangerous. What else could a person use in place of the oatmeal?
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Old 11-04-2003, 01:30 PM   #5
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Jenny, how about crushing some bran cereal (Fiber One or Uncle Sam's) and using that in place of the oatmeal. I bet it would work. Or you could probably use plain raw bran. Is it all oats or just oatmeal? (You'd make a lousy horse. ) sorry
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Ruth....tsk tsk...that was so bad!!! LOL

The recipe sounds good though will have to try. Thanks for sharing.
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thanks for the crepe recipie Jennifer, sounds delish!!!
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What does it mean by "plain oats"? Regular oats already cooked or what?
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Just look for the tall can of Quaker Oats. Don't buy the Quick Oats, they'll have two different kinds. They are also called Rolled Oats in other brands.
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