I use the damaged leaves to line the bottom of the pot where the grape leaves are cooked.Stuffed foods, like my Vegetarian Stuffed Grape Leaves, are symbolic for Sukkot– they signify a bountiful harvest.Over time I tweaked it, adding more herbs, onion, and lemon for flavor and pine nuts for texture/protein. 😉To make this easier, I’ve laid out a very clearly photographed step-by-step tutorial.
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