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In My Kitchen July 2014 — 62 Comments

  1. Yum, very interesting post. I’ve never heard of dulse flakes or Lavendar Vinegar. I love these IMK posts and blogs – they give me so much inspiration and new ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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    • You are so right Tina, they are very inspiring. Thanks for the visit 🙂

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  2. Lavender infused vinegar sounds amazing. I am new to what’s in our kitchen so my post is a bit late. It is up now if you would like to read it. Take care. Emma.

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    • Thanks for the visit and the comment Emma and welcome to #IMK. I shall hop on over to read your blog 🙂

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  3. Hi Tandy! I’m intrigued by the lavender vinegar. Cacao Nips are a staple in my pantry, love them sprinkled in with granola, yum! Thanks for the peek! 🙂
    Emily Walsh sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen – July 2014My Profile

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    • Thanks for the peek Emily. I am so glad I found this cacao nibs as they are perfect with granola 🙂

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  4. Lots of lovely goodies indeed!

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    • Thank you 🙂

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  5. Cacao nibs are so yummy!!!! Great in granola for sure!
    So many flavours of vinegar are available these days – though I must admit that I’ve never seen lavender before, very appropriate for you! 😉

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    • Thank you Sandy, I could not resist buying the lavender 🙂

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  6. G’day! The vinegar is intriguing and am curious what you do with the nibs!
    Thanks for this month’s kitchen view also!
    Cheers! Joanne

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    • Thanks for the visit Joanne 🙂

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  7. …and she said she didn’t have much in her kitchen. Oh my. That vinegar sounds so good and cookies with the cacao nibs – lovely.
    Maureen | Orgasmic Chef sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen, July 2014My Profile

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    • Thanks Maureen, some months I seem to go overboard with new purchases 🙂

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  8. Tandy, the lavender vinegar sounds intriguing — and apt for your blog! 🙂 Have fun experimenting with it. Adding cocoa nibs to granola or cookies is a tasty idea, too. Love their ‘crunch!’

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    • I also love the crunch and I have not even made cookies yet 🙂

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  9. I left a comment but I’m not sure if it appeared. I wanted to know if those Dule Flakes said ‘now irradiated’. What happens if they aren’t irradiated? Is this something to do with them coming from Japan & Fukushima? Funny thing to have on the label. Thanks for the tasty tour.

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    • Hi, strangely enough your comment ended up in the spam folder. I normally just empty it so I am glad it caught my eye! Irradiation means that the herb or spice has been treated to get rid of bacteria which may shorten the shelf life. i.e. it lengthens the shelf life of the product. However, this process may in itself be harmful. Here in South Africa most of my clients are very health conscious and only buy non irradiated herbs and spices. It has to be on our food labels due to the stringency applied here. Thanks for the visit Fiona 🙂

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  10. Trying to leave another comment under my name with no URL. I love all the goodies in your kitchen Tandy. They look the makings of some wonderful dishes.
    Jennifer from Milk and Honey sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen – July 2014My Profile

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    • Thank you Jennifer, and thank you for the visit!

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  11. Great idea to try the lavender vinegar in pavlova, hope we get an update ..

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    • I will be giving an update soon on how the vinegar worked out 🙂

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  12. I love Dulce, flakes… I get them from my organic store and pop them in everything I can.. I especially love them in soups as they give a great salty flavour without extra salt! Thanks for sharing 🙂 Liz x

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    • I still have to open the bottle and somehow I just have not found the perfect opportunity 🙂

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  13. Tandy, what are dulse flakes? I’ve never heard of them before! They’re certainly a pretty colour though! 🙂 Lovely purpleness in your kitchen this month, bet the lavender vinegar is interesting! xx

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    • The dulse flakes are seaweed flakes and my friend who lives in Perth told me about them 🙂

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  14. Lavender vinegar and cocoa nibs almost sound like they could go together. I will have to keep an eye out for that variety of vinegar – I have never heard of it!
    Kari @ bite-sized thoughts sharing the blog ♥ Vegan spelt banana bread with coconut sugarMy Profile

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    • The vinegar is particular to one of the local farms here that grow lavender – I would love yo know if it is available anywhere else in the world 🙂

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  15. I have no idea what dulse flakes are! They look intriguing though – pretty colour.

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    • I still have not opened the bottle Nancy, but I will do so this weekend 🙂

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  16. We are into the dulse flakes too. My husband sprinkles them on our veggies and most dinners. Sometimes with better results than others, but I’m getting used to it. It’s recommended as the Wahls Protocol.

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    • I shall try them on my veggies this weekend!

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  17. I look super forward to seeing the gorgeous chocolate chip cookies with raw cacao nibs!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • I have to still make them Uru 🙂

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  18. Wow Tandy, you have some interesting stuff going on here! Love the raw cacao! The lavender vinegar sounds interesting too!
    Lizzy (Good Things) sharing the blog ♥ Lime SliceMy Profile

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    • Thank you Lizzy, and hope you are recovering nicely 🙂

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  19. Nice, those chocolate bites…I would like to try!

    ela h.

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    • They are amazing and offer such great texture 🙂

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  20. Lavender vinegar – would seem to be just the ingredient for you!:) Look forward to hearing what it is like.
    Rachel (Rachel’s Kitchen NZ) sharing the blog ♥ African Smoked Fish & Kumara StewMy Profile

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    • It is the perfect ingredient for me! I am going to have to make an effort to use it soon 🙂

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  21. Great line up, Tandy!

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    • Thank you Squishy 🙂

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  22. Wow! What cool things you have 🙂 I’m excited to see how you will use the dulse flakes, never heard of those before!

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    • I still need to open the bottle 🙂

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  23. Hi Tandy, you have some pretty exotic things in your kitchen this time around, very curious about the dulse flakes.
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Chicken Satay with Coconut Peanut Sauce and Coconut RiceMy Profile

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    • Thank you Cheri, exotic seems to have been the order of the day 🙂

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  24. What an interesting sounding vinegar! I have never tried anything like it 🙂
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Bacon & Cheese Ring BraidMy Profile

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    • I am quite curious to see how it tastes 🙂

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  25. Lavender vinegar?! I NEED to hear how that is!!

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    • I better get onto it soon!

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  26. Can’t wait to see what you do with those dulse flakes!

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    • I will think of something soon Joanne 🙂

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  27. These all look so interesting. Cacao is next up on my list of health foods to try, yum! 🙂

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    • I sell cacao so give me a shout if you cannot find any 🙂

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  28. I have noticed Woolies are bring in nice new herbs and spices. I would love to taste your cacao nibs and your lavender vinegar sounds intriguing.
    Have a happy July Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • The wide range of herbs and spices seems to be only available at the Waterstone store. I am hoping they expand this to Gordons Bay as well 🙂

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  29. the lavender oil and dulse flakes are very tempting, i have to think about what i can do with it

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    • Me too Usha 😉

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  30. Hi there. I always love this feature, and I always find out about new things – this time I’m going to have to wait for your recipes, especially the coriander pesto!

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    • The coriander pesto is already on my blog Claire 🙂 The link is here: http://tandysinclair.com/coriander-pesto/

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  31. I like the sound of the lavender infused vinegar.

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    • Thanks, I want to make pavlovas with it!

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