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February 24, 2005

Whole citrus flourless cake

Now, here's a find. Whole citrus, no flour, delicious cake. Always looking for great wheatless desserts for Jeff and I think I have found it. Sort of like making marmalade, but with whole citrus, grinding it up, mixing it with ground almonds, and baking it in a tin. Divine! But, organic fruit--which no one mentions--is essential, as the pesticides, fungicides, and color on citrus rinds is nobody's business. I'll try lemons, oranges of various kinds, and grapefruit, which might be too bitter--will look for ones with thin rind.

Posted by BKG at February 24, 2005 09:25 AM

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