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    I recently discovered they're really good in...

    I recently discovered they're really good in stir-fries without the breading and dipping process -- just chopped up.
  2. Thread: Easing back in

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    Welcome back, Chicken Lady! I don't post often...

    Welcome back, Chicken Lady! I don't post often but I am glad to see you here. We're just getting ready to go away for a month -- a month! This has never happened before!! -- leaving our two dogs, one...
  3. bae i don't post much but i was very sorry to...

    bae i don't post much but i was very sorry to read your news.
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    Have you been to Buffalo?

    Have you been to Buffalo?
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    Oh, I am so very sorry that what you feared came...

    Oh, I am so very sorry that what you feared came about. My condolences too.
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    I like wallpaper, and I don't mind panelling...

    I like wallpaper, and I don't mind panelling either. What I dislike is the almost-cardboard-weight panelling our house had. (I think had. There might still be a bit lurking here and there...)
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    I have no real opinion on shiplap, which I like...

    I have no real opinion on shiplap, which I like when it is used to make boats and have no experience with as decor.

    But boy, do I have opinions on the panelling you have now. Our owner-built (not...
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    Our go-to is the Lynn's Loaf recipe from the...

    Our go-to is the Lynn's Loaf recipe from the Engine 2 website. It has squished tofu, oatmeal and various other things -- I'll add the link -- and we've served it to lots of guests. We've had at least...
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    Poll: Ooh! A poll! So I had to vote -- for some...

    Ooh! A poll!

    So I had to vote -- for some reason I'm a sucker for polls.

    I like the second choice, the one Costco thinks is for one cat. I think it would work fine for two cats -- what are the...
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    Oh, Geila, your DH's behaviour seems entirely out...

    Oh, Geila, your DH's behaviour seems entirely out of line to me. Really miserable. It is mean to say one thing to you and another to others -- immature, and mean, and a betrayal.

    I'm so sorry you...
  11. I would go with my regular vet. Did someone else...

    I would go with my regular vet. Did someone else take over your old vet's practice? I have had my regular vet give me a bit of a deal when I am rescuing someone.
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    I lived in Seoul for a couple of years, along...

    I lived in Seoul for a couple of years, along with about 15 million other people. I am thinking these days of my former English students and their children and neighbours and friends.
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    bae, I'm in Canada and am Canadian and therefore...

    bae, I'm in Canada and am Canadian and therefore have no opinion on your original question. I do live close by, though (Gulf Islands) and I'd just like to say that wow, your island community will...
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    the islands are really dry in the summer. I am...

    the islands are really dry in the summer. I am just north of bae and we are at extreme fire hazard... no powered equipment allowed outdoors. (No lawnmowers, weed whips, excavators, etc.) this is...
  15. Thread: Kondo Project

    by Mary B.
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    I don't think much can happen to it, except some...

    I don't think much can happen to it, except some ingredients might settle. When I'm using something old like that (lotion, conditioner, etc.) I skin test a little bit on my arm just in case it's...
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    I wonder about the hardness of the water where...

    I wonder about the hardness of the water where you are?

    For whatever reason, where we are the only thing that really works is lemon juice. Something in the water (I think it's manganese and/or...
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    At our house we talk about foibles. ...

    At our house we talk about foibles.

    Everybody's got 'em.
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    Welcome back!

    Welcome back!
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    Aha! Air conditioning zone! I was reading it as...

    Aha! Air conditioning zone! I was reading it as another living space. (we talk about craft zones and kitchen zones and such around here... I'd forgotten that it's us that's odd in this case.)

    I...
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    Definitely "not until I need it" for a lot if...

    Definitely "not until I need it" for a lot if things (shoes, clothes for work) but I try to stay ahead on food since we are both on an island and in an earthquake zone.

    I really like running out...
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    Not a phrase I actually use. Mostly when I've...

    Not a phrase I actually use. Mostly when I've heard it, it seems to describe someone who is making efforts to change something in society that a) the speaker likes, or b) the speaker thinks is...
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    When our houses have made weird noises it has...

    When our houses have made weird noises it has often been plumbing. Pipes banging and such.

    When it has happened twice, i wonder if it is something that builds up pressure and suddenly releases...
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    Pencil's hard to beat (I keep everything in a...

    Pencil's hard to beat (I keep everything in a bullet journal too).

    But it's gardening season -- so I'll add the shovel.
    And since I just made custard, the whisk.
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    So very sorry to hear about your husband, Sad...

    So very sorry to hear about your husband, Sad Eyed Lady. What an appalling shock.

    I'm glad you're back. I have never been a hugely prolific poster, but I've been here since we were back on Dave's...
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    When we do stuff like that, we mix up whatever...

    When we do stuff like that, we mix up whatever we're serving in a concentrated form in a gallon jar or jug (stronger tea, or frozen juice with less water than suggested added, or whatever), then pour...
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