|Food from the Wild|
|by Ian Burrows|
The fields, woods, hedgerows, coasts, gardens and even wastelands of Britain and northern Europe are home to an abundant supply of edible plants t...
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Drain juices off ... juice. Add 2 boxes of tapioca pudding mix into the juice; bring to a boil and pour over fruit mix. When cool, add 3 cut up bananas.
Bring water to ... in Jello and tapioca pudding. Return to ... Add Cool Whip and fruit. Try blueberries with blue Jello or fresh peaches with peach Jello.
Use juice of fruit to make 2 ... in pan wiht tapioca and vanilla pudding ... before serving. Bananas and marshmallows may also be added just before serving.
Cook tapioca, using water ... directions on box. Then, add sugar and frozen orange juice. Cool. Add pineapple and bananas. Let sit for 6 hours or overnight.
Drain juice from ... 1/2 cups. Add tapioca and cook until ... Cool. Stir in fruit and chill for at least 6 hours. Stir in sliced bananas before serving.
Cook tapioca, sugar and ... and refrigerate. If salad is too thick, ... before serving. Makes large quantity but stores well as long as bananas aren't added.
Mix juices from fruit and add water to make 3 cups. Add to tapioca pudding and cook until thick. Cool. Add fruit when ready to serve. Add 3 bananas.
Drain fruit and measure, add ... Mix with pudding and cook over medium heat until thickened. Cool and add fruit except bananas. Add bananas before serving.
In a large bowl, pour tapioca pudding. Mix and ... well and let stand until it starts to thicken. Then add fruits and Cool Whip, mixing well. Refrigerate.
Drain fruit, reserving 1 ... 1/2 cup milk. When cooked, add lemon juice. Cool. When cool, mix with fruit, marshmallows and Cool Whip. Let stand overnight.
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