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Member Since: 4/15/2010

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I look forward to walking without a cane; creating a garden; walking the dog; shopping for clothes in a "regular" store; looking in the mirror and smiling instead of avoiding them; moving around with ease.

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NEDERLUNG
10/5/2010 10:34:51 AM

That flounder recipe sounds good - I love smoked cheeses and where are you buying flounder? I was at a huge fish market yesterday with my mom and they didn't have a single one. Mom bought some fish eggs which were about half the normal price, but no flounder, not even in the frozen section.

Can you send me the recipe? - Debie



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NEDERLUNG
10/3/2010 10:55:46 AM

Can you tell I like mushrooms? It is a great way to combine hobbies. I will admit that the thrill of the hunt and discovery is better than the feast. Sort of like fishing, people who sit on the lake for hours and never catch anything?

As far as fixing - I have many various ways - when blessed with over-abundance, the first thing I do is supply my friends (that way I don't get stuck cleanning all of them, smiles). Then a preserve some too - depending on the mushroom, some I dehydrate (Chanterelle, Matsutaki, Boletes) and others I fully cook and then freeze (Chanterelle and Hericium). As for cooking - fresh Boletes cooked and then added to my scrambled eggs, Shaggy Manes (must eat fresh) dipped in egg and seasoned flower and pan fried, Hericium add to long cooking stews, Chanterelle in eggs, spagetti sauce, or as a side dish with fresh garlic and bacon render. The dehydrated mushrooms - this is a first for the Matsutaki as most cook them fresh in rice, but I find the mushroom rubbery, so this year I'm drying and then trying it as a tea; the Chanterelle & Boletes, I will blenderize and use in soups and I still want to try them in flour for pasta or bread or maybe to flavor homemade butter.

Now I'm even making myself hungry, smiles - Debie



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NEDERLUNG
10/3/2010 12:12:53 AM

Hey - there's a new member on the metal site and when I clicked in to see who it was, I see that SP is advertising for someone to take your place? No, no. You need to jump on and make a comment. - Debie

PS Congrats on the great weightloss!

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