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  1. janet @ the taste space
    March 10, 2013

    Looks delicious, Dawn! I just bought a bag of avocados and looking for creative ways to use them. I hope I can time my eating for when they are ripe. Sometimes it is so hard to judge. :(

    • admin
      March 11, 2013

      It is hard to judge – I just check to see if they have a little give in them. If they are hard as rocks I know they are not ripe yet.

  2. Jodi
    March 10, 2013

    This sounds fantastic!!!! Definitely gonna try it this week:)

    • admin
      March 11, 2013

      They are super easy to put together – it’s all the pre-cooking that takes the longest. So if you are short on time just pre-cook as much as possible!

  3. Anna
    May 28, 2013

    Made these last night and they were fantastic! One common veggie burger complaint is dryness, but these were nice and moist and so flavorful! The pre-cooking does take a while, so I was wondering about freezing these. Do you know how they do frozen and thawed? If they hold up well, I see a marathon bulk veggie burger session in my future!

    • admin
      May 29, 2013

      I actually ate all these fresh – so if you try them and they freeze well like I think they will, please let us know!

  4. Anna
    June 10, 2013

    I made another batch of these delicious veggie burgers weekend before last and put them in the freezer. Thawed one out the other day. They are just as delicious! If someone else had served it to me, I never would have guessed that it had been frozen. One more reason to love these veggie burgers! Thanks, Dawn, for a fantastic recipe that can be made in bulk and stored.

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