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It takes a lot longer to do it this way, and even when making a lot, a large stockpot

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Posted to Thread #29315 at 8:08 pm on Dec 27, 2016

pretty much does it for me.

I have made BIG batches of caramelized onions in the crockpot and frozen them in puck sizes in muffin tins. Taking out a couple of them you can have FOS in a very short time.

Just adding--it seems to me that this CI recipe just makes the whole thing SO much harder than it needs to be (as I said already) and defeats the purpose of telling the world that FOS is not really that hard to make and can be enjoyed by all. ;o)

I also sort of shortcut the broiling part by making "cheese toasts" with a slice of baguette topped with good Swiss or emmenthaler and toasted under the broiler separately. Then just float it on a bowl of soup. Of course, not as great as having all that good gooey stuff dripping down the side of the bowl, but..... Accessible.

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