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Old 12-30-2012, 03:01 PM   #7881
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Goat yogourt isn't very goat-y.
Basically, anytime someone says that about something, me being gullible, spend the money to try it. I'm not wasting anymore money on Goat anything. I do not like it and I'm not likely to change that opinion.

I am able to digest cow dairy and am happy with it. Thanks, anyway.
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:15 PM   #7882
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...cuddling with my puppies watching Shawshank Redemption. I have never seen it and it is awesome...
Excellent movie. I just watched it again yesterday.
If you didn't know, it's based on a Stephen King story

The pork loin is cut, wrapped and sitting on a half sheet in the freezer!
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:16 PM   #7883
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Basically, anytime someone says that about something, me being gullible, spend the money to try it. I'm not wasting anymore money on Goat anything. I do not like it and I'm not likely to change that opinion.

I am able to digest cow dairy and am happy with it. Thanks, anyway.
I am not pushing goat on anyone. I never even brought it up. My diet plan is a basic one which includes dairy - I just substitute what I can. Sorry I started this, or did I?

I don't mind goat yogurt, but it is atrociously expensive. I only use goat milk in things as I don't like it straight. I love goat cheese. But I will be glad when I can have cow products again in a year (hopefully).
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:22 PM   #7884
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I am not pushing goat on anyone. I never even brought it up. My diet plan is a basic one which includes dairy - I just substitute what I can. Sorry I started this, or did I?

I don't mind goat yogurt, but it is atrociously expensive. I only use goat milk in things as I don't like it straight. I love goat cheese. But I will be glad when I can have cow products again in a year (hopefully).
It wasn't you. Taxlady said that goat yogurt wasn't goaty and that was my response. I'm just fine with my normal dairy, same with my sugar intake, etc.
Changing up my food choices is what I need...
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:43 PM   #7885
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It wasn't you. Taxlady said that goat yogurt wasn't goaty and that was my response. I'm just fine with my normal dairy, same with my sugar intake, etc.
Changing up my food choices is what I need...
Sorry, a little sensitive today. Another thread has me slightly rattled at the moment and I need to get some food in me before I go raid the grocery store of all it's marked down Christmas chocolates and candy!

I will send you some of my menu sheets - they give you the basics and you can adapt as you need, but it is really healthy and a great help to get you started.
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:52 PM   #7886
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So glad I made some turkey noodle soup from the bones at Thanksgiving. Will be a good dinner tonight as I try to get over my cold that came on ...yes, you guessed it, Christmas Day. What a gift!
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Old 12-30-2012, 07:39 PM   #7887
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Hub and girls want to go out for lunch to Outback. Outback isn't my favorite place but oh well.
No Outback for a LONG time!! I had onion soup, salad and 1/2 French dip and have been paying for it since! Stomach pains and potty trips.
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Old 12-30-2012, 07:46 PM   #7888
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No Outback for a LONG time!! I had onion soup, salad and 1/2 French dip and have been paying for it since! Stomach pains and potty trips.
Ack! MsM, Outback should probably know about this.
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We swore off Outback some years ago after an issue with grilled swordfish.
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:22 PM   #7890
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I am not a fan of Outback either.

I am sitting here watching the last episode of Downton Abby. Next Sunday starts the new season. Spike just left. I offered to sing some of the songs from Les Miserables, but he turned me down. threatened to turn Teddy on me. Then I remeinded him that all Teddy can do is lick you to death. So then he reminded me that he has my medical proxy giving him permission to pull the plug. For some reason I can never win with him. He also likes to put things on the high shelves so I can't reach them. then he stands back and laughs at me.
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