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Recipe For Tabbouleh With Hemp Seed Oil Dressing — 10 Comments

  1. HI Tandy, love that you made this with hemp seed oil and bulgar, looks delicious!!
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    • Thank you Cheir 🙂

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  2. Coriander in tabbouleh does sound unusual (and I am Australian). Love your little beet gels. Add such pops of colour!

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    • Thanks Pamela. I think the restaurant I tried it at used some ‘poetic license’ 🙂

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  3. I wish I didn’t love onions (raw and cooked) as much as I do! They make me cry a lot 🙂 This is a gorgeous looking salad Tandy!
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    • I am not a fan of cry onions either 🙂

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  4. How interesting!

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    • Thank you for taking the time to comment Liz xox

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  5. Well that sounds like an adventure! I don’t ever recall seeing tabbouleh with coriander in Australia so you must have struck a chef that was free wheeling. Coincidentally, I made a similar recipe today for a lunch but as I had no cracked wheat, I used giant or ‘Israeli’ couscous and will be writing about it soon. I am can imagine that the hemp oil would be a deliciously nutty foil against the acid in the dressing.

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    • I would love to find some Israeli cous cous here to experiment with 🙂

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