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Feb 13, 2012

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Jason

Since I have first hand experience slicing the tip of my finger with a mandoline, I can say you probably made a wise choice with the paring knife. However, they do sell metal gloves on Amazon I picked up to protect my fingers. There are just some dishes that require the precision of a mandoline. I've found the a sharp peeler works nice on truffles too if you want very fine shavings.

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There is one caveat to vegetarian instead of vegan food. Animal protein, particularly cow milk protein, binds with all the healing antioxidants and renders them USELESS to our body! It's so easy and healthier to be vegan!

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Natasha Shulinina

Here at DCFoodies we welcome any and all nutritional preferences! I am not vegetarian, but most of the time I choose to cook with the freshest seasonal ingredients available, especially vegetables and herbs.
Cheers!

Becca Rice

Not to be too nitpicky, I hope, but scallops are hardly vegetarian...

Natasha Shulinina

Scallops are certainly not vegetarian; that's why, if you read the article closely, you will see the qualifier (perfect for pescetarians and meat eaters).
The menu is designed not just for strict vegetarians, but for a vegetarian dining with a non-vegetarian (like in my case), for pescetarians, or omnivores who happen to want a break from meat.

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Julius Juliusson

I love it...this is nice, good luck to you..Best regards from Iceland.

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Looks different from asian foods. Somebody here who taste them? Need some informatin before eating.

Dentists Chinchilla

Truffles are my favorite thing in the world ever. I am a responsible chocolate eater, so I make sure that I clean my teeth regularly to prevent any oral problems.

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I love these theme entrees for valentines. What works for me is that these desserts are catered for the health and heart conscious. It makes for a guilt free indulgence.

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