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These thin, versatile pancakes, which can be made dairy-free, work with either sweet or savory fillings. Delicious with any fresh fruit, such as fresh strawberries or Blueberry Filling, you can also stuff them with leftover veggies, such as sauteed spinach, cooked lentils or even mashed sweet potatoes with fresh chives.

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