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Put that in your pan and fry it...

Random vegetables in the fridge? Check. More dill than a normal person would ever really use (though we're not really normal here are we)? Check. Leftover rice? Check. 

Throw it in a buttered pan, add  scrambled eggs (2 per 1 cup of rice roughly?) and soy sauce, voila. You have egg-fried rice!



 So... we really planted a lot of dill this year. Just put it in everything. You'll be fine!

Whoosh.

Delicious!

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