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Old 11-08-2013, 03:05 PM   #11
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...I bit into the first one and the juice was running down my arm. After I ate both of them I brought back the pits and asked if I could trade them in for more. He laughed and gave me four that time. I can still taste those peaches. And my arms are still sticky with peach juice.
I remember when peaches were like that - soft and exploding with juices. You can't find that anymore. Now peaches are as hard as or harder than apples with no juice.
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I remember when peaches were like that - soft and exploding with juices. You can't find that anymore. Now peaches are as hard as or harder than apples with no juice.
I know. I am still looking to repeat that experience.
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Andy, what is Equal ?

Have you looked at Paleo websites , lots of low carbing info there .
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Andy, what is Equal ?

Have you looked at Paleo websites , lots of low carbing info there .
Equal is a sugar substitute made with aspartame.
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Thanks GG , why would you put sugar in coleslaw ??
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It balances the other seasonings in the dressing, although my version uses more cider vinegar. With 1 lb. of shredded cabbage and carrots, it won't taste sweet.
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I use sugar in my coleslaw too....
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Thanks GG , why would you put sugar in coleslaw ??
I have no idea, but they do that a lot on this side of the pond. I really dislike it.
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Thanks GG , why would you put sugar in coleslaw ??
I have grown to like slaw with a hint os sweetness. What I cannot eat is potato salad with sugar in it.
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Ah thanks never heard of that here
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Low Carb Cole Slaw Here you go Alix. I found this really tasty. No real indication that it's a low anything recipe. LOW-CARB COLE SLAW C Mayonnaise C Sour Cream 1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar 2 tsp Prepared Mustard tsp Salt 1 pkt Equal tsp Celery Seeds 1 Lb Cole Slaw Mix, bagged Combine the dressing ingredients in a large bowl. Add the cole slaw mix. Toss to combine and refrigerate for a couple of hours to overnight to allow flavors to blend. Serve cold. 3 stars 1 reviews
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