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    G-L-O-R-I-O-U-S FALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

    G-L-O-R-I-O-U-S FALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Overcast and cool and drizzly ....we actually had 2 hours of light rain last week...WOOOHOOOOOO...finally.
    Aaaaah, the thought of no more a/c...
  2. It is your money, do what you want with it and...

    It is your money, do what you want with it and how you want to disperse it.
    If they are ungrateful, tell them you can find other uses for it.
    Gumbeaux has the right idea, but it is still your money...
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    Botulism is a toxin produced by anaerobic...

    Botulism is a toxin produced by anaerobic bacteria. If you have air in your jar, you cannot have anaerobic bacteria, therefore you cannot get botulism.

    I have only done lacto-fermentation...
  4. I had my second piece tonight and loved it. The...

    I had my second piece tonight and loved it. The rest is in the fridge and I'll see if it is good cold, and 3 days old.

    Making it in the loaf pan was very easy and the layer of cream cheese is...
  5. Sorry about your mom's diagnosis. I have tried...

    Sorry about your mom's diagnosis.
    I have tried xylitol and it works closer to sugar amounts, but I am sure she knows, if you eat too much, it upsets the tummy and can cause diarrhea.
    I get the...
  6. never had it but just sending good thoughts and...

    never had it but just sending good thoughts and hope you can find relief soon.
  7. Last week was the first time I made a "meal" and...

    Last week was the first time I made a "meal" and froze it (it was turkey meatloaf).
    I usually have odds/ends and combine.
    I do still need to gut and clean the freezer :eek:
  8. low carb, gluten free pumpkin cream cake--YUM!

    I just made this and had to have a slice. OMG.
    It is very forgiving since I tweaked a lot of stuff in it....SO GOOD.

    Here is the link to the site:...
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    "If wishes were horses then beggars would ride!"...

    "If wishes were horses then beggars would ride!"

    If sugar were not an issue, oh the list I could make for you!!
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    Complicated, indeed! Triglycerides typically...

    Complicated, indeed!
    Triglycerides typically elevate with high carby food intake if you are predisposed to react.
    And I am still on the fence on big and small particles. I think they don't know...
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    Glad to hear Bill is continuing to do well. I...

    Glad to hear Bill is continuing to do well.
    I still think a lot of disease is genetic/epigenetic/environmental. Food matters and I would like to think we had some impact on our genes but I just...
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    Thanks for the feedback. Maybe I will use it in...

    Thanks for the feedback.
    Maybe I will use it in my Indian recipes or soups/stews. At least I don't feel like a total failure on it.
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    help with blanching/freezing

    I blanched and froze 2 heads of cauliflower this summer. I just cooked some of it in the microwave and there was a lot of water that came out of it. Is this normal or did I do something wrong. ...
  14. I am ZERO in experience and I have read a ton of...

    I am ZERO in experience and I have read a ton of stuff...here's what i think I know :o

    moths are not the sole hole-makers. Carpet bugs (not sure their official name) can also cause issue.
    Also,...
  15. I've either left stuff on a table that won't be...

    I've either left stuff on a table that won't be used till the thing dries or have a screen-like thing I can put in the tub and let it drain/dry there.
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    I'll be curious to hear. At some point, maybe...

    I'll be curious to hear. At some point, maybe just consider them well used and compost---but I will hold out to see what others suggest :p
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    Poor Seattle may get another 90 degree day on...

    Poor Seattle may get another 90 degree day on Monday. They said their humidity is similar to a desert :eek: Unbelievable. We hit 74 and i had the a/c cranked. The he$l will be over by tuesday, we...
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    The little balls are a hassle. I agree with the...

    The little balls are a hassle. I agree with the serrated knife; keep both items as cold as you can.

    Belgiosso makes a fresh moz that is now sliced, probably for that reason.
    I've started making...
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    I've read that they can last up to 20 years. I...

    I've read that they can last up to 20 years. I probably should think about a replacement. My allergist said to put 2 tablet benadryls in there too and take it with the injection should you react...
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    Julie, it is important to mention this reaction...

    Julie,
    it is important to mention this reaction to his doctor. I am not saying it will happen, but it can happen...if he has reacted strongly, the next time, a sting from the same bee category...
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    I've never heard of U2 under my rock. What kind...

    I've never heard of U2 under my rock. What kind of music is it?
  22. I can't tell you how many things I have...

    I can't tell you how many things I have hand-washed that said dry clean. I've only ruined one item...over 10+ years.

    The new washing machines even have a "hand wash" cycle. I would put that in a...
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    Has the swelling spread at all? Is he having...

    Has the swelling spread at all?
    Is he having difficulty breathing or any "allergy" type symptoms?
    If he is scratching it unknowingly, it could cause inflammation of the site; any creams or lotions...
  24. I made a quick carolina type "mop" sauce when we...

    I made a quick carolina type "mop" sauce when we bought the precooked shredded pork from Costco (the pork is good, but not a wow; I was surprised no sugar in it! )

    I found a recipe that included...
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    Yummy!

    Yummy!
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    If you have a costco near you, they sell AMAZING...

    If you have a costco near you, they sell AMAZING microfiber and in a qty you will NEVER run out of for less than any place I checked when I got mine.
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    Sounds wonderful! I've never had boiled...

    Sounds wonderful!

    I've never had boiled peanuts, but since they are legumes, not a stretch to imagine how yummy that salsa
    would be.

    I agree...a side of something green even though the pork...
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    Not sure how it would work in a crockpot, but you...

    Not sure how it would work in a crockpot, but you could do a gratin of some sort....or a cream of spinach similar to Ina Garten's.
    If you wanted it to stay cold, you could make a beautiful salad...
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    Isn't that the beauty of individual taste buds?! ...

    Isn't that the beauty of individual taste buds?! I notice if DH picks our chard fairly early, it has less of that 'earthy' taste that beets have. If I get it from the store, it always tastes like...
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    I'm not very creative, but would you consider...

    I'm not very creative, but would you consider making "virgin" variations of already created stuff...

    no-tequila marguaritas, cosmo, etc.
    ...
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