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Old Thu, Aug-02-01, 21:11
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This looks yummy also... can I use strong coffee if I don't have access to espresso? Thanks! Your recipes look amazing!

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can I use strong coffee if I don't have access to espresso?
Yep! Really...STRONG...coffee.

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how much sweetner would 1 tsp liquid be?? I use sweetfree,, erythitol, and stevia,, not sure what to use here
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Hi Brenjmull,

1/4 tsp. of liquid Sugar Twin = 1 tsp. of bulk sweetener, such as measures-like-sugar Splenda. Since the recipe is not cooked, add whatever your sweetener of choice is to taste.

Karen
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I made this last week and even though I do not care for coffee ~ this was excellent. I used my Food Processor for the ricotta. Thank you for this recipe Karen! **
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Old Sun, Feb-27-05, 20:29
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You're welcome! I kind of like the graininess of the ricotta, so I don't blend in in a food processor.

You can make it plain, flavour it with vanilla, and serve it fresh berries too.

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