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Old 01-11-2016, 10:26 PM   #131
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Nope. I'm basically lazy when it comes to some things. Besides, I don't eat that much, so it seems like it would be more work that worth it for me. Now, then, I DO have a small (1-quart) crock, which would be a much better size to use than my 4 1/2 quart or 6 quart model, but it's for warming only. Doesn't get warm enough for uncooked meats, so I'm guessing it's not sufficient for yogurt either.

I've made as little as two cups of yogurt. The only work you have to do is to wrap it in a couple towels after the milk reaches temp, then leave it overnight on the counter.
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Old 01-11-2016, 11:17 PM   #132
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French's fried onions. I am telling myself it is a healthy snack. After all, it is a veggie.
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Old 01-12-2016, 12:10 AM   #133
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French's fried onions. I am telling myself it is a healthy snack. After all, it is a veggie.
Did you dip them in some ketchup? That's a veggie, too, or so I've heard
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Old 01-12-2016, 12:40 AM   #134
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Did you dip them in some ketchup? That's a veggie, too, or so I've heard
Thanks for the idea. I never thought of that! I still have some left.
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Old 01-21-2016, 02:54 PM   #135
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Using up the last of my tub of Fage yogurt before I shop tomorrow (or Saturday). Today I added in some broken walnuts and a drizzle of honey. So nice to know that something that tastes this good is still good for me.
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As I am dieting, I mean looking at food from a different angle,
I had an oldie but goodie today,
Melba Toast Snacks, Roasted Garlic flavor


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I'm eating dry Wasa crisp rye bread. I'm slightly queasy and this helps.
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Old 01-21-2016, 07:04 PM   #138
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I'm eating dry Wasa crisp rye bread. I'm slightly queasy and this helps.
Taxy, have you tried Ginger Candies for your tummy?
That works great too.
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Taxy, have you tried Ginger Candies for your tummy?
That works great too.
Nope, never tried them. I have used ginger ale and ginger tea.
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Himself looooves popcorn. I love it, too, but if the yummy smell lingers in the house at bedtime I lay awake in bed wishing I had more to eat. Decided to close the bedroom door before I pop any! Got us a fresh bag of Bob's Red Mill popping corn and made an old-fashioned stove-top batch today. Shook a little bit of Spice Merchants cheese popcorn seasoning on top. Why didn't I think of closing that bedroom door earlier?
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