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So many recipes simply state: "serves 4" without really describing what a serving is (ounces, pieces, cups?) This is very frustrating. Thanks for including that in yours. - Julia E. Salomon, MS, RD. Registered Dietitian, Nutrition Educator
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When I was in Whole Foods the other day, I was delighted to see that some of the newly-redesigned food labels are finally hitting the shelves!
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This pie uses roasted pumpkin, but you can easily substitute canned pumpkin if you prefer.