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4 responses to “Cattail Pollen Pasta”

  1. Peggy

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I definitely wouldn’t be able to pull it off as well as this if I were to try to replicate =)

  2. Jack

    Hi Hank

    Have you tried to cook this in a pressure cooker? And if so, then how long does it take on average? My regular cooker is way too big for me to make this recipe, which is why I ask.

    Absolutely delicious-looking pictures by the way, especially the last one.

  3. Erin Froehlich

    Hey Hank!

    I thought you might be intrigued by this – I recently figured out a way to use the sweet corn-like taste, yet funky, fibery texture of brown cattail fluff to make a really tasty vegetarian “pulled pork” substitute! Seriously. Even my 10 year old liked it!

    I called my recipe “Vegetarian Pulled Pork BBQ.”

    You can check it out here (I referenced this dish and linked to your site in it!): http://www.smartlivingnetwork.com/b28505

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