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The Great NESSAholic Pomegranite Cooking Challenge
« Reply #60 on: March 31, 2008, 01:48:47 pm »
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If you work like that something might come to mind on HOW you might be able to combine the ingredients and HOW you might cook it.

Indeed, or in the case all of the cheesecakes of mine in this thread, chill  8)

The one combination I've not been able to try out; Blood Oranges instead
of Ruby Grapefruit. The availability of Blood Oranges and the imported Cali
Pomegranates do not overlap unless you buy Blood Oranges & keep them
refrigerated for a fortnight until the imported Cali Pomegranates arrive.  :razz:

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You can always buy the juice, like the brand Pom, and use the juice with blood oranges.

P.S. You should check your Private Messages once in a while if you want things like my e-mail address.  hint hint

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The Great NESSAholic Pomegranite Cooking Challenge
« Reply #61 on: April 02, 2008, 02:15:10 pm »
I love pmegranites, my mom will never let me buy them because they are such a mess, i love the seeds.

i also love that pom juice stuff they sell, its lie $4.00 a bottle, but really good.

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The Great NESSAholic Pomegranite Cooking Challenge
« Reply #62 on: April 03, 2008, 09:18:32 pm »
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I love pmegranites, my mom will never let me buy them because they are such a mess, i love the seeds.

Pomegranates need never be messy again; I figure one of the reasons V likes
them so much is that they are such a tactile fruit. :heart: Anyways; follow the way
used in the video at the youtube link below and you're sure to avoid a mess!!

Beware though of 'explosive Arils' (seeds) that may just be so juicey they find
an excuse to stain something - including your top (its not a good idea to wear
anything white while you're eating Pomegranates or preparing them). N.B. In
this video, its mentions nothing of removing the little bits of pith that you find
at the sharp end of some of the Arils; removal is essential if you intend to use
in a dessert of some form where the bitterness of these becomes an issue :P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOJ-I98bxHU&watch_response



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Re: Tofutti now available down under :-)
« Reply #63 on: April 06, 2010, 05:34:43 pm »
Hi peeps

For anyone in Australia looking to make the Cheesecake recipes in this thread in a Lactose-free version using Tofutti, this American manufactured product is now
available from supermarkets  ;D



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« Last Edit: April 06, 2010, 05:42:38 pm by NESSAussie »

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Chocolate :: Lactose Free
« Reply #64 on: April 09, 2010, 07:21:29 am »
I've now made my first Tofutti-based Cheesecake... hopefully get to take a picture of it and post it here before it gets eaten LOL  :P Its not completely Lactose
Free though, because I did use butter in the biscuit base and chocolate (with cocoa butter in it), but I'm working on an alternative for the biscuit base. I've just
come across the Sweet William range of Chocolate online that is LF, GF, Vegan, Kosher & Halal... so that will help on the Vegan alternative I'm developing  ;D

http://www.sweetwilliam.com.au/


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Re: The Great NESSAholic Pomegranite Cooking Challenge
« Reply #65 on: April 09, 2010, 09:35:20 am »
You are my pomegranate cooking hero. :)

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Tofutti Cheesecake #1 :: Cappuccino Cheesecake 10/04/10
« Reply #66 on: April 10, 2010, 04:45:40 pm »
Here it is peeps...



The feedback on this was very positive last night after work; Tofutti clearly has the
potential when combined with ingredients that are completely Lactose Free to offer
an admirable range of Cheese cake flavours to those who are Lactose intolerant  ;D


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« Last Edit: April 10, 2010, 04:47:49 pm by NESSAussie »