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Jan 13, 2012

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Do NOT eat gefilte fish from a jar! Blech. I've got a really GOOD recipe. It's not too hard to make either.

Karen

Ditto to the above. Or, do not eat gefilte fish at all, knowing that it was the food of the deprived and would not have made the cut if there were another option!

Keith Vetter

Make a lava lamp out of it.

nancy goodwin

@KnowTea: Please post that gefilte fish recipe! Just looking at the jar makes me queezy, but if you have a good recipe, I'd love to try it! When the time comes I bet it's a good idea to open it outside so it doesn't smell up the kitchen.?

Keith Vetter

I've been reduced to Fronch Frees: http://kavetter.blogspot.com/2012/01/fronch-frees-iii.html

Mary Gann

I've got a real good recipe of it, I'd love to try it! Can't wait to try it out!

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