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Old 01-23-2013, 10:59 PM
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It's basically a stew. But it's the most amazing stew of your life, I promise. And it seems like a hassle, but once you have bone broth on hand IT COMES IN HANDY SO MUCH. Like, bam. I just made a stew from awesome ingredients in 15 minutes. Or, hey, I can freeze this whole batch and have it whenever I want. WHAT NOW YOU TEMPTING CUPCAKE.


PW - if you have trouble with finding curries or want some for free, I have tons of indian spices I got in bulk at an asian grocery and don't use. They are legit, way better than you can get at whole foods or similar, but I spend significant portions of my day in small enclosed spaces with people and can't smell like curry. . . so I don't make it any more.

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PW - if you have trouble with finding curries or want some for free, I have tons of indian spices I got in bulk at an asian grocery and don't use. They are legit, way better than you can get at whole foods or similar, but I spend significant portions of my day in small enclosed spaces with people and can't smell like curry. . . so I don't make it any more.

Best, easist recipe ever: Pioneer Woman: Carrot-Thyme Soup

I would not say no to that! If you really aren't going to use them just let me know when you're going to ship them and I can paypal you shipping monies.

I also seriously need an immersion blender. So many good soups, so little immersion blender
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Old 01-23-2013, 11:11 PM
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I would not say no to that! If you really aren't going to use them just let me know when you're going to ship them and I can paypal you shipping monies.

I also seriously need an immersion blender. So many good soups, so little immersion blender
I don't have a paypal but I doubt shipping them would break the bank. I think they'll fit in one of the little "if it fits, it ships" boxes from the post office. PM me your address and I can try to send them out Friday - I should have time to run to the post office then. Or tomorrow if it snows! DONUTS IN THE PARKING LOT ON MY LUNCH BREAK FTW.

You can pick them up at estate sales and thrift stores and ebay and such for super cheap. I really recommend it. It's one of the most useful kitchen tools I have.
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This is why I want a vita mix machine... Breakfast Green smoothies anyone? Oh and with the vita mix you can make awesome veggie soups too anddddd vegetable sorbet which might not sound great, but was amazing when I tried it.
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Old 01-23-2013, 11:14 PM
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The immersion blender is one of those things that I always want, but forget when I have some extra cash.

It's really becoming a necessity though! Nothing like warm pumpkin and squash puree soup to get you through a Minnesota winter!
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I made a cheesy broccoli (and bacon) casserole yesterday!

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Makes 4-6 servings

Per 1/4 Recipe: 278 Calories; 22g Fat; 14g Protein; 8g Carbohydrate; 4g Dietary Fiber; 4g Net Carbs
Per 1/6 Recipe: 185 Calories; 15g Fat; 10g Protein; 6g Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary Fiber; 3g Net Carbs
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This is why I want a vita mix machine... Breakfast Green smoothies anyone? Oh and with the vita mix you can make awesome veggie soups too anddddd vegetable sorbet which might not sound great, but was amazing when I tried it.
I LOVE the Vitamix! Makes delicious hot soups from scratch, home made peanut butter, sorbets, smoothies, and basically everything else.
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That looks amazing. If only I could have cheese....mmmm.
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That looks amazing. If only I could have cheese....mmmm.
ooh... cheese isn't paleo friendly, is it? Bummer

I'm on the keto diet and have been filling myself up with cheeses and bacon like crazy. nomnomnom.
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:41 AM
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ooh... cheese isn't paleo friendly, is it? Bummer

I'm on the keto diet and have been filling myself up with cheeses and bacon like crazy. nomnomnom.
Cheese(or dairy in general) is an in-between. Some people are okay with it, others it causes too many issues. I'm one of the unlucky ones. So no cheese for me.
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Cheese(or dairy in general) is an in-between. Some people are okay with it, others it causes too many issues. I'm one of the unlucky ones. So no cheese for me.
Off topic, but I think I'd kill myself before giving up cheese. LOL
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