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Old 12-20-2016, 05:45 PM   #11
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I think we have a number of Indian and Thai curry recipes, as well as fish and shrimp, in the specific ingredient and ethnic food forums. And when made right, those foods have lots of flavor.

You can make your own Thai curry pastes, or buy them, then mix with coconut milk, a protein and vegetables, simmer till done and serve over rice.

Many recipes call for some type of vinegar because the acidity brightens up flavors. You can get the same effect with citrus juices.

Check out the forums when you have more time
Thanks! Yeah I was checking those threads offline the other day. Tonight, I tried a Chicken Korma with coconut yogurt. If I can find that thread again...
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Old 12-20-2016, 05:52 PM   #12
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Hi mc.
Was Carrie taken as a username before?
Does mcrx stand for something (besides the national anthem and when a judge walks in)...
Um, you mean by me?? I'm brand new here. I have used Carrie in a few usernames elsewhere, yes, and people call me Carrie. I just kindof liked it better than my own name, and some people don't even know or remember my real name now! ha! Anyway, I figure (hope) that I'll be using this site a lot, so I figured I'd just through all of that out there.

Am I missing something? The national anthem?? In my meaning, mcrx does stand for something. It's a band/album/memorial?? something like this (My Chemical Romance). :)
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Old 12-20-2016, 06:03 PM   #13
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one last thought, I posted this in the Glutenfree section (i think) but maybe more will see it here. Is there a way to see notices of replies to a thread/s without having to go search for them? Or does anybody want to help me learn my way around? I mean, I see it pretty self explanatory, but I'm always seeming to be rushing around (especially lately) and it would help make my time more efficient. IF somebody wants to help, just message me or reply here. I can keep checking this thread too.

Thanks! Bye!

wait, I think I found the subscriptions tab! but still, anyone willing to help with anything else, you're very much welcome.
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Old 12-20-2016, 09:15 PM   #14
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Sorry to be confusing. Just goofing around.

I just wondered why you wanted to be called Carrie but use mcrx as your username. I thought the username Carrie might have already been taken here.

No matter. Welcome.
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Old 12-29-2016, 11:22 PM   #15
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No worries! And thank you! :)
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