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2/3/10 7:18 P

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Aw, thanks! It is MUCH better reheated as breakfast. This has been a good experience though because it has inspired me to pick up some steel cut oats. I figure I can cook up a bunch on Sunday and eat it during the week! I've always been too intimidated to cook that before, but they are sooo good for milk production. DD isn't nursing that much anymore and I don't have to worry about pumping these days since she's 2, but I'd like to maintain my milk supply for as long as she wants it.

YAY for inspiration! It's amazing how one thing can lead to another and another and another!

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2/3/10 7:02 P

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Way to go!! I love trying out of the box things. And that pudding sounds really good.

Samantha :)


"Everything is ok in the end. If its not ok then its not the end."


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2/2/10 7:13 P

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I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian, but I am really proud of myself about the rice pudding I made this weekend for a veggie friend of mine.

I made it with almond milk, organic brown basmati rice (from california so sorta local), blue agave nectar for sweetening, and blueberries.

The texture wasn't great because I let it cool too long, but the flavor was awesome! I'm just really proud of myself for stepping out of my box in this way.

That's all. Just wanted to brag! :)

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