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nadellii

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Just made these yesterday using a friends yesterday. I didn’t add avgolemono because I wanted them to be a bit lighter and it was still pretty tasty!
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I don't actually do avgolemono for my grape leaves either, and I prefer just squeezing lemon juice over them. Your finished product looks yummy!
 

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