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    Okay---Last night, after a hard day doing repair work on my backyard cottage and also removing the gas tank from my classic 1989 S-10 pickup, I enjoyed an evening meal of two bowls of Aldis' Crunchy Granola Bran Flakes. Yup. I predict that since it is such a delicious & reasonable-priced product, that the chain will stop carrying it, per past experience. Hope that helps you some.

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    I'm going to make Vegetarian Minestrone Soup tonight, which is a great way to use up all the bits and pieces in the fridge. I look up recipes online but rarely follow them to a "T" - I just use them for a take -off point and inspiration.

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    Meatless chili and cornbread

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiouzQ. View Post
    I'm going to make Vegetarian Minestrone Soup tonight, which is a great way to use up all the bits and pieces in the fridge. I look up recipes online but rarely follow them to a "T" - I just use them for a take -off point and inspiration.
    Same here. Minestrone soup is awesome. Mark Hyman, the nutrition MD, has minestrone soup for breakfast every day. Like you, I kind of wing it.
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    Black bean soup and, if I feel motivated, some cornbread.
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    We had subs from Subway tonight. While I was there getting them, I saw a bunch of ambulances heading towards a very high bridge that connects my County to the neighboring one. Turns out a lady had jumped off.

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    I froze two batches of eggplant parmesan using garden eggplant and pulled a package out to thaw for dinner this morning. Close to the last one.

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    Tonight SO is making a pasta/spicy chicken sausage thing with zucchini that he's made a few times before. It's way more exciting than just pasta with red sauce. And I don't have to cook it!

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    Cuban black beans and coconut rice.

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    Homemade pizza. Already have the sourdough crust made. Just need to cook it up and put the toppings together.
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