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  1. In step two, it doesn’t say what vessel you’re ‘adding’ to, but I’m going to assume it’s intended for a food processor or blender. For a moment I thought it was saying the crust goes on the bottom of the pan until I read ‘pulse’. Unless that’s a funky new dance, it must be a blender.

  2. Dear Lauren,

    Wonderful to find your website and blog! At Cafe Mariposa, in Lopinot Trinidad, we have been working towards healthy food for some time now due to so many members of our family being lactose and gluten intolerant.

    We tag ourselves as food innovators, for the sole purpose of introducing patrons to new ways to look at ingredients which they may have not considered using in the past.

    Will certainly try the Peach Crumble with local fruit grown here in Trinidad and Tobago.

    Thanks again

    Marcia

  3. I made this yesterday pm. I was, really, craving peach crisp, but since trying my best to follow a grain free diet since three weeks now, I could not fall for my craving. When I saw this recipe, I tried it right away and it was AWESOME. Taste almost like a “real” peach crip. I just put it a little longer on the oven, and broil it slightly at the end so it would be crusty. Nom nom!

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Lauren Geertsen, NTP

I’m an author, entrepreneur, and nutritional therapy practitioner (NTP). I began this website at 19, to share the steps that freed my life of chronic disease and medication. Now, Empowered Sustenance has reached 30 million readers with healthy recipes and holistic resources.

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