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    Since I was single for MANY years, I felt it ok...

    Since I was single for MANY years, I felt it ok to reply, so if that was not your wish, I'm sorry I replied to your post.

    I agree....IF someone wants to make a special effort, it is for them to...
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    I think america's test kitchen had breville and...

    I think america's test kitchen had breville and cuisinart listed. I saw them using a breville. I just bought a vitamix and wonder if I need it.
    I think it depends what kind of blending you are...
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    Good for you! When I worked in Paris, I was...

    Good for you!
    When I worked in Paris, I was alone and had many a meal in a restaurant (when people looked at me like I might be a hooker because I was **gasp*** dining alone). I didn't care. A...
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    LeaHamm, I am deeply sorry our answers weren't...

    LeaHamm,
    I am deeply sorry our answers weren't what you wanted to hear. They are still our answers.
    If I want to make a special meal or show affection towards a friend, husband,...
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    With or without a "significant other" in my life,...

    With or without a "significant other" in my life, V-day has always been just another day. A marketer's paradise.
    Not trying to be negative about it and if celebrating it makes a couple happy, why...
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    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/02/16020...

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/02/160203134456.htm
    (scans & cancer not always a given)

    I have been fooled by exams so I am highly suspicious of putting my trust in any one thing. I...
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    Glad you are doing OK. It is a shame that as a...

    Glad you are doing OK.
    It is a shame that as a previous heart attack patient, they did not take your words seriously.
    Women's healthcare is so behind. Good for you to stick up for yourself!
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    This must be a new thing with amazon. Kindle...

    This must be a new thing with amazon. Kindle "unlimisted."
    Thanks for posting.
  9. Glad you found a recipe that works. I was going...

    Glad you found a recipe that works.
    I was going to say that just about any quiche recipe, minus the crust, to my mind is a "casserole" and simply replacing with any milk-LIKE (soy, rice, etc.)...
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    Interesting. I bought a bag of macadamias from...

    Interesting.
    I bought a bag of macadamias from TJs and had to return them. Horrid off taste and rancid-like to me.
    Rancidity is not harmful to people, but it is a very unpleasant taste. The...
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    I noticed a stronger smell from some costco bag...

    I noticed a stronger smell from some costco bag of walnuts. I just ate it, but it did smell "off"...I'm not sure it was rancid or maybe something with the current crop of nuts.
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    I would be happy to fly in for anyone needing to...

    I would be happy to fly in for anyone needing to shovel a walkway :D

    We had 2 hours of winter and it is over for the foreseeable future :(:(:(
    We may hit 60 thursday :eek::eek::(:(:(:(
    Hopefully...
  13. Some of these may help:...

    Some of these may help:
    http://community.cookinglight.com/showthread.php?160311-What-kitchen-tool-gadget-are-you-glad-you-bought-and-or-regret-buying&highlight=kitchen
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    I purchased several books when I bought my Kuhn...

    I purchased several books when I bought my Kuhn Rikon. Embarrassed to say I have only used it once :o:o:o

    There have to be some websites out there now that the multi-cooker is so popular.
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    Riverfarm, you can make your own "buttermilk"...

    Riverfarm, you can make your own "buttermilk" using whatever milk you have plus 1 tbs of vinegar.
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    Since I have started to develop a lot of...

    Since I have started to develop a lot of allergies, and I read the skin and pit are the most allergenic, I toss 'em.
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    I buy the one in the jar vs. the green-tipped one...

    I buy the one in the jar vs. the green-tipped one (green one has sugar added, the other does not).
    Since DH does not like really hot food, I use it in many dishes after I plate us up--spares him the...
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    WOW on the lodge customer service. YOu can use...

    WOW on the lodge customer service.

    YOu can use the pan for veggies and whatever else, but first, you need to create the patina/seasoning on the pan--and maintain it. So save the pan for roasting...
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    Baking powder is basically 2 parts cream of...

    Baking powder is basically 2 parts cream of tarter to 1 part baking soda, so you in effect added more baking soda and an acid, which helps activate baking soda (baking powder is used for double...
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    I just read your original post (and need to read...

    I just read your original post (and need to read all the other posts later...about to run) but even pre-seasoned requires "some" seasoning. You need to use the pan for days at a time and cook in...
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    I don't store my cookbooks in the kitchen. In...

    I don't store my cookbooks in the kitchen. In this house, I have a HUGE cabinet from IKEA against a wall that is loaded...the other cookbooks float around in the 8 other cheap bookcases I have around...
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    Show-stopper ---you succeeded!! It looks amazing...

    Show-stopper ---you succeeded!!
    It looks amazing and most importantly, tasted amazing since they ate it all!!
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    Lifestyle is important for general health, so I...

    Lifestyle is important for general health, so I cannot imagine NOT trying to do all he can....but MS brings with it unique issues.
    This PDF file gives a general idea of the two types of MS (though I...
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    Is it the Le Creuset? Staining and some...

    Is it the Le Creuset? Staining and some discoloration are natural and I wouldn't worry about it. Cookware isn't supposed to look unused. If it really bugs you, have you tried baking soda/peroxide...
  25. For hand washing, I have been using Dawn. I just...

    For hand washing, I have been using Dawn. I just bought some Mrs. Meyers because Cook's Illustrated rated it the top cleanser in their tests. We will see. I'm not big on their fragrances....
  26. I've heard of fecal transplants for c.diff...

    I've heard of fecal transplants for c.diff (overgrowth that causes death-rate diarrhea) and now they are working on freeze dried capsule form, but not for weight loss. The human body never ceases to...
  27. Agreed. I just sent the life extension link to...

    Agreed.
    I just sent the life extension link to the doc I used to work for.
    The gutbiome is being implicated in so many things...how fat we are, cancers, etc. that it really is worth exploring!
  28. Glad to hear you both are doing well. I just...

    Glad to hear you both are doing well.

    I just wish they would stick to one thought....some say cholesterol information is no longer relevant and others continue to be concerned about it....sort of...
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    :o:o I was going to suggest mocha brownies :o:o:o...

    :o:o I was going to suggest mocha brownies :o:o:o Clearly you have "show stopper" suggestions now :p:p
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    Would be wonderful to try as 100% rye bread!

    Would be wonderful to try as 100% rye bread!
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