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March 19, 2013

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I looked at nutrition per serving, which is high Calories, Carbohydrate, Fiber, and Protein. It is not what I expected. When I saw the word soda, I thought it is sprint, coca cola, or even root beer incorporated into a dough.

If you've never had Irish Soda Bread, it is tasty, but it can be rather dry. It's great to eat warm with a little butter though (if you're willing to have the extra calories!), and it makes a great snack with tea.

This recipe looks great, and just in time for St. Patrick's day!! I can't wait to give this month's recipe a try! I always look forward to Natural Standard's recipe of the month as they always offer healthy alternatives to my favorite recipes and are always quite tasty! Should balance out my salty, unhealthy corned beef and cabbage!

I looked at this recipe - it's not what I was expecting at all! Well, a little bit; it is high in fiber and protein, but it uses buttermilk, raisins, and honey - it sounds like it might be tasty as well!

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