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EWL978 Posts: 2,021
7/21/12 3:57 P

You'll get it right and then wonder why it was so tough at first. I would suggest that you get all your ingredients ready and chopped or diced before starting as stir fry is so quick that you'll be done before you know it!! ENJOY!!

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7/19/12 7:34 P

I wanted to have some Asian-inspired food, so I bought all kinds of things off the shelf ... hmmmmm... I have 4 iterations of the Ginger Chicken stir fry! That's how many times it took to try and get it right -- and I still find it FAAARRRRRR too salty! YIPES! But I found that it's not that difficult to cook this food if you have the right ingredients. I just have to practice a little more. I enjoy learning about new, healthier foods! emoticon


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