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HIPPIEGURL
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8/7/08 12:11 A

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Hey Nancy,

I have family in that area - they must be going nuts with the traffic!
I bought a couple of geraniums at Aldi early in the season for 99 cents each that were almost dead and nursed them back to life with some plant food and lots of TLC. They've been blooming all summer and are really beautiful!!

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8/6/08 3:23 P

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OH Yeah my dryed up Flowers I bought at Aldis for the bargin price of $2. each are blooming beauitifully, all they needed was a lil TLC!

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Edited by: NANCYJEAN6 at: 8/6/2008 (15:23)
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Hi Sandy, TY for all the great tips, I will be freezing some of those later on today and throught the summer then, can pick them up at bargin prices now befor the colder weather hits us.
How you been sister. I was in Bflo Hamburg OP area, last week What a mess they made of Transit Rd. They are nuts they just paved that last year when I was coming through there, and this year they're there tearing it up again, What poor planning they do. Does not make any sense to you?
OH Well, I guess they chalk it up to job security!!!
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8/6/08 12:25 A

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Hi Nancy,

I have lots of ideas! If you cut the cantaloupe into chunks, you can freeze it in containers or freezer bags with or without a little sugar or Splenda. You can also freeze blueberries, make sure they're dry or IQF them on a cookie sheet first. You can freeze seedless grapes on a cookie sheet and then put into baggies for a sweet treat instead of popsicles or ice cream on hot days.
Chop and IQF onions and peppers on cookie sheets, then pop into baggies to use later in soup, stews, stir-fry, omelets, etc.

Sandy

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8/5/08 3:49 P

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I Love those Aldi's produce Has anyone had any success with freezing lil of this and that!

I'd like to freeze cantilope, not sure ifn I can.
Anybody got an answer??

What other kinds of fresh fruit or veggies have you frozen??

I'd like to get ideas ... TY


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Edited by: NANCYJEAN6 at: 8/5/2008 (15:50)
high wt. known 8/06--287lb down from size 26 to a 12 some 14 depending on styles

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