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Old 05-16-2012, 08:05 PM   #16  
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Awesome, thanks!! I'm making this for myself for dinner .
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ValRock- If it isn't too late already, I'd recommend slicing the zucchini/squash about 1/4 inch thick because any thinner, they fall apart and you end up with "soup", not a stiff layer slice of lasagna. It still had good flavor though so it didn't bother me at all. Though, I am thinking it could have been from too much sauce.
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ValRock- If it isn't too late already, I'd recommend slicing the zucchini/squash about 1/4 inch thick because any thinner, they fall apart and you end up with "soup", not a stiff layer slice of lasagna. It still had good flavor though so it didn't bother me at all. Though, I am thinking it could have been from too much sauce.
Thanks! I'll remember that. I probably won't start cooking for a couple hours. Still too hot here!
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