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I saw some of the comments above – would it work to replace these with a different kind of nut or seed? I adore pine nuts, but they have gotten incredibly expensive where I live and I can’t justify the cost when trying to stick to my grocery budget.
Would it work to use a blender if I don’t have a food processor? I will hopefully be getting one soon, but for now I’m having to improvise. I was also wondering the same thing about the recipe for graham crackers. Thanks, Catherine, for all your wonderful recipes!
I just saw this recipe and instantly had to make it (for my son’s dinner, yes, but also a big bowl of pasta for my lunch!) We were out of pine nuts so I substituted cashews – it worked well. Very yummy!