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Old 10-14-2012, 10:09 PM   #461
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Today I am going to have some sund dried tomato dip and water crackers
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Old 10-14-2012, 10:12 PM   #462
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Today I am going to have some sund dried tomato dip and water crackers
what are water crackers?

I had soup & salad bar at a local family restaurant in town.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:11 AM   #463
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They are thin crackers that you use for dips mainly..very thin, like wafer crackers
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Old 10-15-2012, 08:47 AM   #464
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Had some rye crackers with sugar free peanut butter. Sugar free peanut butter is gross, won't be having that again. No wonder my kids no longer ask for PB lol!
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:08 AM   #465
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A bowl of new england clam chowder with saltine crackers.
Thick or thin chowder? True N.E. chowder is thickened only with some potatoes mashed. Certainly not with cornstarch. As a kid we always had it with those small oysterette crackers. I eat those as a snack.
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:32 AM   #466
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Had some rye crackers with sugar free peanut butter. Sugar free peanut butter is gross, won't be having that again. No wonder my kids no longer ask for PB lol!
Snip I lived in the same town where a peanut butter plant was located. On a warm summer day, when they release the steam from the ovens roasting the peanuts, you could smell them all over town. To this day I buy the natural PB. No sugar, just salt. But you do have to stir the heck out of it every time you want to use it. My problem is that I never get around to getting a knife out of the drawer or even go to get crackers. My recipe is very simple. A jar of PB and a spoon.
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Snip I lived in the same town where a peanut butter plant was located. On a warm summer day, when they release the steam from the ovens roasting the peanuts, you could smell them all over town. To this day I buy the natural PB. No sugar, just salt. But you do have to stir the heck out of it every time you want to use it. My problem is that I never get around to getting a knife out of the drawer or even go to get crackers. My recipe is very simple. A jar of PB and a spoon.
Sounds better than the kind I bought. This has no salt or sugar in it and it's really smooth. It's like eating margerine with a spoon, not good!
I've made peanut butter before and that was tasty and sugar free but his stuff is not fit for human consumption lol!
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Sounds better than the kind I bought. This has no salt or sugar in it and it's really smooth. It's like eating margerine with a spoon, not good!
I've made peanut butter before and that was tasty and sugar free but his stuff is not fit for human consumption lol!

I hate to say it because it is wasteful, but toss that jar. You have to have salt. You can do without the sugar. It is the salt that enhances the intense flavor of peanuts.
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I hate to say it because it is wasteful, but toss that jar. You have to have salt. You can do without the sugar. It is the salt that enhances the intense flavor of peanuts.
I gave it to the lady that cleans the flat yard. She saw me attempting to throw it out and nearly bit my head off lol!

I agree, you need salt!
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Today for lunch I basically had a replay of last night's dinner. Leftover grilled Salmon with a salad of spinach, oven-roasted beets, and goat cheese. It was even better today than it was last night.

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