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Insurmountable IT probs necessitates starting from scratch. The Stepford Household definition of clean is food which doesn't include preservatives, emulsifiers, starches, gums or anything artificial. It excludes packaging because that's inedible and an environmental issue. Cooking from scratch is preferable. Bargains are…
Hi, I have a credit agreement, or loan, with Tabeo for a company who went bankrupt (Smile Direct Club). My refund request was rejected by Tabeo which was initially a complaint due to not receiving the service. Thousands of people are in the same boat. If I pay the remainder of my loan off with a credit card - will I be…
Welcome!! Here we are again, time for a new thread, new starts and new challenges. Let's take a trip down memory lane and remind ourselves of In Search Of Me's original post on February 24th 2008 in Part 1: In Search Of Me There are a few of us who want to give up/cut down & I thought it would be good to widen the net to…
Has anyone a good recipe they could recommend and share? I find the store bought ones dry and too dense and under-seasoned and would like to make my own so I can control texture and taste once I've found a basic good recipe. I've looked around the net and the most interesting sounding ones are based either on chickpeas or…
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