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August 18, 2012



There are several types of pimenton pepper or paprika. Which one should we use? The sweet, bittersweet, or hot?

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Thanks for commenting Mg! It's the 'picante' pepper - so the hot one! This is pretty spicy so if you are keeping the chilli in, you could use another pimenton pepper if you prefer.


Here in Barcelona we have a competition for best vegan "Spanish omelette" every year - perhaps next time this could be a competitor!

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Haha Rita - that would be fun! Where is the competition held? I want to come and enter it! I may not have a chance, but I'm interested to learn more about vegan Barcelona, for sure!


The Redwood chorizo is soooo good:) I love the ingredients you used. Gram flour? Sounds interesting in a tortilla. I've got to try it, love its taste.

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Adriana - I've started using gram flour to make vegan omelette and it works really well! So it seemed the natural choice for making this tortilla :) I hope you try it!


The tortilla competition is organised by an vegan group, it's held in a vegan bar in central BCN......I'll put up a link or a description....This year people said they used Maicena - is this cornflour? instead of gram flour, for a lighter result: the winner did, anyway!


Here's the FB link, if it's any good: there's a recipe, too! All in Sp., but something to do in the long winter evenings....


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that HR pros don't mind spending time on the essence of rewards (but may prefer to avoid the deep dive). Doesn't sound like a crowd eager to embrace analytics, does it?

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