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  1. How does one chop peanuts? Seriously, I’ve never attempted this and I’m wondering if there is a convenient method.

  2. pentamom-
    so, I would just use a butcher knife and a gentle rocking motion and keep scraping them back into the pile. That’s what I would do, which is different than what I did do. What I did do was put the peanuts in a ziploc and have my two daughters stand on a chair and take turns whacking it with the rolling pin while I chopped up the other stuff. Worked great for us!

  3. Mrs. Wilson, I know you saw the film Sweet Land with your husband (because that’s where we read about the film, on Blog and Mablog ๐Ÿ™‚ We watched the film twice in two weeks and enjoyed it greatly. I have question though that has to do with something I saw in the film. I know this might sound weird, but do you know what kind of PIE DOUGH Brownie was rolling out on the kitchen table??? It looked like bread dough. I have never in my life seen pie dough like that, so heavy and smooth and perfect. Have you?? Is it a southern thing? A mid-western thing??? Does anyone on this blog know? I would appreciate it if someone could answer this non-spiritual question for me!! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ (now I’m really being a gnostic, huh?)

  4. We tried this out minus the fish sauce and mint. I’m sure those would have been good, but I didn’t have either…and I was lacking in time to go to the specialty store for the sauce.
    Anyhow, my husband and I liked it a lot. The kids weren’t too excited about the cabbage. This is something I’ll make again. We are in need of more low fat and low sodium meals. Thanks for sharing.

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