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While I often distrust recipes from random people on recipe websites, I noticed that this stuffed zucchini recipe was written by Canarygirl who many of you may know from her blog of the same name. And, as if by cosmic fate, the recipe was added to Recipezaar on June 24th, — my birthday no, I will not tell you which year I was born. The recipe is from her mother-in-law who is famous for this dish. I only slightly altered the recipe which you can find from the link above. In the recipe page you will also find the nutritional breakdown which is helpful.