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  Reply # 1471598 15-Jan-2016 09:05
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I make mine with ground almonds instead of flour. Tastier and healthier.




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  Reply # 1474279 19-Jan-2016 01:10
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Dulouz: I make mine with ground almonds instead of flour. Tastier and healthier.

 

Sounds yum! Don't try to feed it to your British friends though (or if you do, don't call it crumble)!

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  Reply # 1474289 19-Jan-2016 06:40
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networkn:
andrew027: My (English) mother always made crumble with just flour, sugar and butter but my (Kiwi) wife always uses rolled oats as well. I've tried to get her to stop but she's never known any other way. I've also struggled to get her to stop putting feijoas into them - give me a good old apple and rhubarb crumble like mother used to make. 


OMG Feijoa Crumble is the best!

 

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