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Old 08-12-2009, 11:16 AM   #11
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Old 08-12-2009, 11:17 AM   #12
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Yes, Chile, Arky has it right. Look up the definition of "bushel." What you purchased, like what is stocked at grocery stores all across America, is a "bunch."

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Thank you Wyogal again, I learn something new every day!


I'm so glad I didn't choose culinary school or I would would probably be laughed at when it came time to buy ingredients for my recipes.

Here I just get it drilled into my head :)



By the way I did mean bunches and I got the rest drying out in a fruit dehydrator so I can use the rest as dry herbs.
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Old 08-12-2009, 11:20 AM   #13
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Chile Chef - a "BUSHEL" is a HUGE basket. You obviously must mean a "BUNCH", as Wyogal indicated (& you completely ignored). Come on now - at this point you have to be pulling our legs with this kind of stuff.

And I have to agree with Wyogal that this isn't "Homemade Ravioli". "Homemade Ravioli" is when you actually make/form the ravioli yourself - not just cook a frozen commercial bag of it.
I don't pull anyone's leg, I reall am that stupid when it comes to sizes i.e bushel, pint, quart, gallon.

Ok maybe not so much the gallon. So that was kind of mean Breezycooking what you said!
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