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    You people are making me hungry!

    At the moment I am drinking my regular health smoothy that tastes a little like dirt.
    1 cup Kale
    1 cup blueberries
    2 scoops protein powder, vanilla
    2 tsp powdered potassium
    1 Tbs chia seeds (Vit. C)
    1 Tbs nutritional yeast
    1-2 C water
    Blend well!
    Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuumck!

    Does anyone want to join me?

    PS, I like my bacon crispy with enough grease you don't need a nonstick pan but for now I've given that up for the ever so yummy dirt smoothie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tootler View Post
    Porridge for me this morning. With dried fruit mixed in and sprinkled with nutmeg.
    Porridge with banana on top for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LimousinLil View Post
    robert!!!!!
    Ok the Bikers Buttie was a heart attack on a plate.
    What about the naked pizza otherwise called the pancake.

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    LOVE pancakes, Rob! And, Linda, your drink sounds disgusting ... and it apparently didn't stop you catching 'flu! (Do hope you're getting better now.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LimousinLil View Post
    LOVE pancakes, Rob! And, Linda, your drink sounds disgusting ... and it apparently didn't stop you catching 'flu! (Do hope you're getting better now.)
    I am slowly getting there. Thanks for asking.
    The smoothie isn't as bad as it sounds but it's not the best. Kale is really good for you and I'm not one to have greens every day so I try and start my day sneaking it in this way. Then I eat like crap the rest of the day. lol

    I did make some Mock WonTon Soup for lunch and it was delish.

    2-3 32 oz. box's chicken stock
    16 oz Tortellini cook until tender 10 min.

    1/2 C shredded carrots
    1/2 C diced green onions
    1 tsp. Grated ginger root
    1tsp. Garlic diced
    2 T. Soy Sauce
    1/2 C water chestnut

    2 tsp. Sesame oil
    1/2 C pea pods
    1/2 C peas
    1/2 C diced Mushrooms
    1 C. Napa Cabbage cut

    Bring stock to boil and add Tortellini, carrots, garlic, ginger root and water chestnuts, cook until Tortellini is tender 10 min.
    Just before serving add sesame oil, pea pods, peas, mushrooms, and cabbage.
    When cabbage is wilted it's done.

    Fast and easy. Its what I always crave when I've got a cold or flu.
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    Rob, didnt your mother tell you to chew every bit 25 times?
    Here in America we call that a crepe.
    So much better than a pancake!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lelouden View Post
    Rob, didnt your mother tell you to chew every bit 25 times?
    Here in America we call that a crepe.
    So much better than a pancake!
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    Listen!!! faster you eat then the more you get. If you snooze you loose.
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    whoa val that is some serious weather!!!!!! makes me feel bad about moaning about how cold it is here in london! rumour has it we had a tiny bit of snow or sleet here but i never saw it, well i take that back, i saw about one or two tiny bits of something cold-and-more-serious-than-rain falling, but not much and nothing settled.

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    Yes, seriously serious weather here, Lynda ... have just looked outside (not terribly informative as it is still dark), and from what I can see, we have had another snowfall and the car is half-buried. This is not good news as I need to get out down to the town later; impossible till the snow plough comes through, after which it might just be feasible. And Linda L., that soup sounds delish - I shall most definitely give it a go. At the moment, as ever when I read interesting recipes, I haven't got half the ingredients. (And we have "crepes" over here, too, made with either white flour or heavier, rustic stuff. They can be either sweet or savoury. But they are very "slimmed down" versions of pancakes, which altogether have far more body and substance.)
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    What I have in my shopping bag. Shopping in Finland.
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