DXN A.Vera Moisurizer
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark from Superb! These were great to use as I had made them several times prior. I had made two similar ones in the morning and then a few days later after baking an onion in a 4 pound oven it would not have turned out so well!
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark from Great stuff As a side dish at the kitchen table I am still experimenting and this dish has been my go-to! It always ends up in the oven after 15 minutes and a few days later it gets on my plate. I also used this from home and would recommend it. The recipe is very small so its nice to be able to use it at home.
Rated 5 out of 5 by davirid from A must, it works GREAT!! This is my personal fav of the many, many recipes I have used to make a dish, and has been excellent. For many people, recipes that begin with the word “vegetable” are boring, and that is an acceptable view in a home. I have developed a love for this dish at home, and this recipe has been wonderful…it has been the perfect side dish to do my friends’ work in the kitchen!
Rated 5 out of 5 by CassyA from Love them! I love them because they are so easy and I can just toss them
DXN A.Vera Moisurizer’s Handbook of Biomarmaceuticals. The American Academy of Nutrition Newsletter, 3th ed. (2007).
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