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Old 04-23-2010, 05:48 AM   #1
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I would like to know if anyone blogs here? I would like to increase my google reader list ^_^

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Old 04-29-2010, 08:53 AM   #2
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I have a blog! :) But you know, I'll probably get a PM telling me not to mention it in my posts... (??) hahahha... Or maybe it's allowed in this thread? I duno. Either way!
It's in my signature *looks down*
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Old 04-29-2010, 10:44 AM   #4
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That's awesome, your last post was about fried rice and vermicelli! I did a post a couple of days ago about my first experience with vermicelli! That stuff is so awesome..... I can't see the vermicelli in yours though? Or was it the angel hair pasta that you're using? I'm confused... Still unsure fully of that stuff...
I bought "rice vermicelli" at the St.Lawrence market here in Toronto, at this massive rice/grain place, and it is clear/white in long strands, and you cook it for one minute in boiling water... So tasty in a stir fry! :)
Great blog man, I'll be checking out some of those veggie recipes for sure!! :)
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I have troubles finding reasonably priced vermicelli, so I just break apart angel hair pasta. I actually had yours bookmarked. I think lemongrass would work great that way (without the chicken for me).
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Old 04-29-2010, 12:32 PM   #6
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I have troubles finding reasonably priced vermicelli, so I just break apart angel hair pasta. I actually had yours bookmarked. I think lemongrass would work great that way (without the chicken for me).
You could definitely replace the chicken with tofu, or you could use boiled potatoes, or any vegetable really! I'm going to probably make a batch tonight with a bunch of asparagus. Not sure how lemon grass will work with that, but I'll try it!
It's so rare that I eat meat now, so it could easily be taken out.

Hmm, not sure what area you're in, but at the St.Lawrence market, you can purchase 3 bags of rice vermicelli for $1. Each bag provides about 1 cup cooked, and you'd make about 1/2 cup serving per person.
I've been told if it's found at a grocery store, it's a bit pricey, yeah... But you've got to go to either a fruit/vegetable market place, or go to an Asian food grocery store, those places sell that stuff super cheap!
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Nice blog
That chicken with goat cheese looks tasty!!!
Cute website, I like the design elements on it... Going to check out the webhost for that!
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