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Grammy's Brussels Sprouts

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Patricia Stitch’s grandmothers Brussels sprouts. An EASY, family favorite even for those who don't like Brussels sprouts.

Grammy’s Brussels sprouts:
Cook in boiling water until slightly soft.
Cool and dry
Sautee slowly in olive oil and toasted sesame oil
            (a bit more sesame oil)  with little soy sauce
            (about 1 to 2 tablespoons)
Cook slowly until “candied.” 

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