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There was a frittata recipe posted on my Facebook and I went to the site
and found this (better than the one that led me there). Only downside
for me in this would be the 3 cups of frozen veggies, I would prefer to
use fresh veggies like broccoli and zucchini.

http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/re...eFrittata.aspx

I love frittata warmed for breakfast, cold with salad for lunch or
dinner and also anytime snacks, lol.



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There was a frittata recipe posted on my Facebook and I went to the site
and found this (better than the one that led me there). Only downside for
me in this would be the 3 cups of frozen veggies, I would prefer to use
fresh veggies like broccoli and zucchini.

http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/re...eFrittata.aspx

I love frittata warmed for breakfast, cold with salad for lunch or dinner
and also anytime snacks, lol.



Looks good too. I agree about the veggies and I do like the skin and the
bones in the canned salmon so I wouldn't remove them. :-)

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"Ozgirl" wrote in message
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There was a frittata recipe posted on my Facebook and I went to the
site and found this (better than the one that led me there). Only
downside for me in this would be the 3 cups of frozen veggies, I would
prefer to use fresh veggies like broccoli and zucchini.

http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/re...eFrittata.aspx

I love frittata warmed for breakfast, cold with salad for lunch or
dinner and also anytime snacks, lol.



Looks good too. I agree about the veggies and I do like the skin and the
bones in the canned salmon so I wouldn't remove them. :-)

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I like skin and bones too. I always buy my fresh salmon with skin on.
The other night I inherited the skin from son and girlfriend as well,
lol. last week my son bought smoked salmon fillet in a vac bag and he
left the skin for me. It was awful, not a fan of that kind of smoked
salmon at the best of times. The thin slices I don't mind though.

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"Ozgirl" wrote in message
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"Cheri" wrote in message ...

"Ozgirl" wrote in message
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There was a frittata recipe posted on my Facebook and I went to the site
and found this (better than the one that led me there). Only downside for
me in this would be the 3 cups of frozen veggies, I would prefer to use
fresh veggies like broccoli and zucchini.

http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/re...eFrittata.aspx

I love frittata warmed for breakfast, cold with salad for lunch or dinner
and also anytime snacks, lol.



Looks good too. I agree about the veggies and I do like the skin and the
bones in the canned salmon so I wouldn't remove them. :-)

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I like skin and bones too. I always buy my fresh salmon with skin on. The
other night I inherited the skin from son and girlfriend as well, lol.
last week my son bought smoked salmon fillet in a vac bag and he left the
skin for me. It was awful, not a fan of that kind of smoked salmon at the
best of times. The thin slices I don't mind though.


Smoked salmon is a big item here. Alas, I don't know anyone that likes it.

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Ozgirl wrote:


: "Cheri" wrote in message ...

: "Ozgirl" wrote in message

: I like skin and bones too. I always buy my fresh salmon with skin on.
: The other night I inherited the skin from son and girlfriend as well,
: lol. last week my son bought smoked salmon fillet in a vac bag and he
: left the skin for me. It was awful, not a fan of that kind of smoked
: salmon at the best of times. The thin slices I don't mind though.

Was tht a hot smoked salmon like the Northwet Soast Native Americans do or
the cold smoked lik lox and Nova Scotia salmon?

Wendy


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Julie Bove wrote:

: Smoked salmon is a big item here. Alas, I don't know anyone that likes it.

Yes you do. You know me, at least on line adn I like both the hot smoked
and the cold smoked(.

Wendy
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"W. Baker" wrote in message ...

Ozgirl wrote:


: "Cheri" wrote in message ...

: "Ozgirl" wrote in message

: I like skin and bones too. I always buy my fresh salmon with skin on.
: The other night I inherited the skin from son and girlfriend as well,
: lol. last week my son bought smoked salmon fillet in a vac bag and he
: left the skin for me. It was awful, not a fan of that kind of smoked
: salmon at the best of times. The thin slices I don't mind though.

Was tht a hot smoked salmon like the Northwet Soast Native Americans do
or
the cold smoked lik lox and Nova Scotia salmon?

Wendy

------

No idea Wendy. It looked like a fresh piece of salmon with skin but was
in a vac pack and was smoked, lol. Helpful, aren't I Ok, it looked
like this, we buy our groceries from this place:
http://www2.woolworthsonline.com.au/...mon-hot-smoked.
Most of our salmon, fresh and packaged, is Atlantic salmon.


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Ozgirl wrote:


: "W. Baker" wrote in message ...

: Ozgirl wrote:


: : "Cheri" wrote in message ...

: : "Ozgirl" wrote in message

: : I like skin and bones too. I always buy my fresh salmon with skin on.
: : The other night I inherited the skin from son and girlfriend as well,
: : lol. last week my son bought smoked salmon fillet in a vac bag and he
: : left the skin for me. It was awful, not a fan of that kind of smoked
: : salmon at the best of times. The thin slices I don't mind though.

: Was tht a hot smoked salmon like the Northwet Soast Native Americans do
: or
: the cold smoked lik lox and Nova Scotia salmon?

: Wendy

: ------

: No idea Wendy. It looked like a fresh piece of salmon with skin but was
: in a vac pack and was smoked, lol. Helpful, aren't I Ok, it looked
: like this, we buy our groceries from this place:
: http://www2.woolworthsonline.com.au/...mon-hot-smoked.
: Most of our salmon, fresh and packaged, is Atlantic salmon.
Look at the url! I didn't have to eventry to see the picture. It said
right there, Hot smoked. that is the kind like the Nortwest Coast
Native Americans smoked over aderwood fires, not the cold smoked like the
kind we eat with bagels adn cream cheese in the USA, which was of Eastern
European origin adn maintained in the US by the Jewish immigration of the
late 19th andearly 20th century and has become a big favorite food thinly
sliced on that carby bagel. I find it can be quite good on a Wasa
cracker:-)

Wendy

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On 10/19/2013 5:03 PM, W. Baker wrote:
Ozgirl wrote:


: "W. Baker" wrote in message ...

: Ozgirl wrote:


: : "Cheri" wrote in message ...

: : "Ozgirl" wrote in message

: : I like skin and bones too. I always buy my fresh salmon with skin on.
: : The other night I inherited the skin from son and girlfriend as well,
: : lol. last week my son bought smoked salmon fillet in a vac bag and he
: : left the skin for me. It was awful, not a fan of that kind of smoked
: : salmon at the best of times. The thin slices I don't mind though.

: Was tht a hot smoked salmon like the Northwet Soast Native Americans do
: or
: the cold smoked lik lox and Nova Scotia salmon?

: Wendy

: ------

: No idea Wendy. It looked like a fresh piece of salmon with skin but was
: in a vac pack and was smoked, lol. Helpful, aren't I Ok, it looked
: like this, we buy our groceries from this place:
: http://www2.woolworthsonline.com.au/...mon-hot-smoked.
: Most of our salmon, fresh and packaged, is Atlantic salmon.
Look at the url! I didn't have to eventry to see the picture. It said
right there, Hot smoked. that is the kind like the Nortwest Coast
Native Americans smoked over aderwood fires, not the cold smoked like the
kind we eat with bagels adn cream cheese in the USA, which was of Eastern
European origin adn maintained in the US by the Jewish immigration of the
late 19th andearly 20th century and has become a big favorite food thinly
sliced on that carby bagel. I find it can be quite good on a Wasa
cracker:-)


Now you're talking.

Wendy




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