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Looks like you and I are both on the same path, as I hadn't made granola my enrite life, until about a month ago, and now my partner and I am obsessed with homemade type. Yours looks awesome, and pretty close to mine (including the addition of cardamom!), though I don't add coconut, and use dried cherries instead of currants. I also add an egg white to help bind the granola as I like my granola chunky. The questions I have, now that I have discovered the wonders of homemade granola is 1. What took me so long, and 2. Why the heck is store bought granola so FRIGGIN' expensive?!?! Never going to buy it again, now that I can make it at home for a fraction of the price.