basically blend the sauce all together. I like to blend for a long time till it actually warms slightly. Then pour over the Pasta noods and mushrooms and olives for an awesome pasta! Enjoy.
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basically blend the sauce all together. I like to blend for a long time till it actually warms slightly. Then pour over the Pasta noods and mushrooms and olives for an awesome pasta!

Enjoy.

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amazing tastes better than the original

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Oh, yeah. I also used sun-dried tomatoes and made the sauce without the nutritional yeast, and I made a double batch, which is why I had enough for 3 zucchinis and still have some left over. Yum!

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I used Morroccan olives, and I used portabella (don't know what chanterelle are) mushrooms. I cut up the mushrooms and marinated them in a combo of olive oil and the liquid from the olives. They got squishy (I squeezed the liquid out of them with my hands) and were full of flavor. I loved the pasta!! I ate one zucchini, then had to immediately slice up a second one! The third zucchini for breakfast the next morning, and I HAVE TO GET MORE ZUCCHINI!!!! Thank goodness I'll be growing it this summer :) With all the flavor the mushrooms took on, I didn't need the olives, but it was also good with a few olives and less mushrooms. There was a slight aftertaste - from the lime & cayenne, maybe? But I ate it so fast I only had that taste at the end. I wonder if lemon might be different on the aftertaste, but the lime makes it so good!

THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!!!

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YUMMMMMMM!!!!!!! Thanks for the recipe. The olives sound awesome in this :)

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Sounds great!

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This sounds like THE BOMB! I'm trying it tomorrow. Thanks!!

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