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  • v SHIVAMOON
    Thank you for the virtual laptop. I'm sure that's the harbinger of good news for future computing. I'm glad you did the back up. Don't forget now. The loss on this end -- (pick one of the following): catastrophic or devastating.
    487 days ago
  • v SHIVAMOON
    Hi Petalia, I'm in a quiet phase right now, brought on by a big tech crash on the homefront. Much trouble to use this phone. Happy Sunday and Aloha. S
    488 days ago
  • v SHIVAMOON
    Exciting soup. That's what I like. But I always eat my beet peels and stems.

    I'm glad you told me about the cruciferous bitter backlash in the stockpot. Hmm, I just froze some kale stems. Maybe I'll use them for something else.
    494 days ago
  • v SHIVAMOON
    Oh, but she peeled the garlic and onions, of course. She saves the peels and bits in a gallon bag in the freezer until it's full and uses them to make soup stock. Her hint: go to the hardware store and buy paint straining bags -- much cheaper -- and use them to seive the bits and peels from the stock.
    494 days ago
  • v SHIVAMOON
    Haha ha ha,
    I just don't tell about the disasters or the blah-sters.

    Chef AJ also made some fabulous chocolate truffles out of soaked dates blended into a paste, peanut butter, cocoa powder, vanilla, and a little non-dairy milk. Everything all blended up and then into perfect little balls rolled into crushed peanuts. They were extraordinary. Just for fun I made some yesterday (but with almond butter, crushed almonds, and carob blended with the cocoa.) I didn't have the little scoopy thing to make perfect little balls. Instead I used two spoons and dropped plops into the crushed nuts, so mine looked like little logs, or err... something like that. So I named mine chocolate doo doos. They were/are fabulous. Extras are in the freezer or they will be too soft. Oh, I mixed some oat bran into the crushed nuts to make them go further -- did not hurt the deliciousness at all.
    494 days ago
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