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commit: d3f00eb90c94797ae6c218a957d7be5153f48171
parent 829952e00ab995e04465402349ef9bce8b668231
Author: Rekka <rekkabell@gmail.com>
Date:   Sat, 29 Dec 2018 14:18:12 +1200

crackers quantity fix


1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/scripts/database/recipes.js b/scripts/database/recipes.js @@ -2263,11 +2263,11 @@ MUSTARD FROM SEED Water : 20 ml CRACKERS - DATE : 2018-12-21 + DATE : 2018-12-29 TAGS basic TIME : 25 - SERV : 30 crackers + SERV : 40 crackers DESC & Making crackers is simple, everyone should know how to make them. It's in everyone's best interest to know how things are made, there are no downsides to knowing, and in a bind it's a useful skill, but not just this - making your own produces less waste (packaging) and you control what you ingest (less salt, sugar etc). What's great about a basic recipe, is that you can swap ingredients with little consequence (most times) and you can add to it to suit your needs and cravings. & Devine & I love to eat crackers as snacks, usually between breakfast and lunch, a cracker with some peanut butter to quiet our stomachs. We also like to eat {{papaya salsa|https://grimgrains.com/#papaya+bruschetta+topping}} with crackers, it makes a good scooping vessel for the fruit.