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Old 07-01-2016, 06:04 PM   #41
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I used to make sourdough, but I'm prone to overeating it, so I gave that hobby up. Now I mostly eat the thin sliced, German, whole rye bread.

Although cheese or butter and homemade jam are excellent on bread, a mashed half of a ripe avocado and a sprinkle of salt is not far behind.
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No bread, dairy or processed foods. Diagnosed with CVD back in March and I've been behaving with only eating veggies, fruits and lean meats. My vice is some wine or Scotch a few times a week. New blood work in a few months and am interested to see the results. Have had to buy new wardrobe because of the weight loss.


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I tried vegemite for the first time this Spring. Loved it. Goes well on bread, not so much on toast. Though I understand there are millions of Auzzies who would disagree with me.
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I tried vegemite for the first time this Spring. Loved it. Goes well on bread, not so much on toast. Though I understand there are millions of Auzzies who would disagree with me.
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I love good bread. I enjoy various toppings: almond butter and jam, a slice of melted cheese with a slice of tomato, butter, whatever. A current favorite is toasted rye bread spread with goat cheese.
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$2.99 a pound bacon - where do you find that
At a store called Price_Rite in Pa. The brand is Plumrose. They also have other brands on sale for $2.99 a pound sometimes. They all taste great!
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Whole wheat toast with butter and blue berry preserves.

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