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Laura

I love cooking with date sugar and whole Medjool dates! I got most of my date use from your cookbook tips. Now I pass it along to others. Love dates! So sweet, though...a little goes a long way!

Jesica DeHart

I work at the Moscow Food Co-op in Idaho and would love to know the recipe for your Crispy Sesame Bars and Pralined Pumpkin Seeds using the Date Syrup. They are a local company and I would love to try making those two recipes for possible demos. Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from you. Your recipes all look amazing!!!

cyndy

hi - in using date syrup to replace sugar .... does 1 tsp of syrup equal 1 tsp of sugar?

thanks so much!

Arofah

Thank you for the recipes. I guess this will be an alternative way to consume palm date syrup, as people usually just drink them.

Laurel

Hi ..I would love the recipe for the crispy sesame bars..Thanks!!

Edmon

I think it's the corn industry's attepmt at damage control to try to convince people that HFCS is healthy, but I think it's too late. So many people I know, who aren't necessarily nutritionally minded, have heard HFCS is bad for you. Genetically modified and altered to give the food it's added to a longer shelf life. It's my understanding HFCS is banned in other countries. We would be wise to do so also. I understand Monsanto is a huge contributer to these myths, because it will affect their pocket books if we stop adding corn to almost every packaged food available in supermarkets.

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