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Old 08-17-2009, 12:07 PM   #1  
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Does anyone have experience or information on using things like bulgar or quinoa as breading for eggplant, chicken, etc.?
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I don't know about either of those but I have used wheat germ for a breading for chicken before. Works fine I prepare it exactly as I would with bread crumbs but I add lots and lots of seasonings.
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I love this idea--fantastic! Thanks for that.

I have tried almond powder on fish and it was really good. I just put my raw almonds through my coffee grinder (only used for flaxseed) and lightly dredged my filets into the powder. Super YUM!
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