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A question about a recipe: Mayan Vernal Moon Bake

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I have a question about the recipe "Mayan Vernal Moon Bake" from honeyhil. The recipe calls for polenta, I wonder if that means the prepared version or from the context-the raw version. It also calls for a bunch of kale, roughly how many cups would that be ?

asked by Misty about 3 years ago

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added about 3 years ago

Step 7 instructs the reader to cook the grains together in the vegetable broth, hence those grains are raw.

I don't know how many cups a bunch of kale is, someone else will need to answer that question.

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Kenzi Wilbur
added about 3 years ago

Hi Misty—I've never made this before, but it seems like the recipe is calling for raw polenta. And the kale doesn't seem like an exact science; I'd go with a medium bunch of kale, or 3/4 cups.

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Misty
added about 3 years ago

Sorry about that I was rushed. I did weigh some kale bunches at the store used that weight to sub the kale for equal amount thin sliced cabbage, which I found listed as a kale substitute on foodsubs.com. Yes, cooking is art more than science; just looking for a broader point of view, sorry to inconvenience/annoy anyone.

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