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I also hate Tapioca Pudding! But, I love a steak extra rare. If it's not cool in the center I am sending it back. Favorite cut is a ribeye. And there will be no sauce on my steak. The meat should be able to stand up for itself.

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One thing I find disgusting is cooked okra. That is, cooked in water, broth, or whatever. Okra is a southern staple.

Maybe I should have returned to Michigan, where venison is available, in the Autumn. But I will pass on the rabbit on the menu. Too cute of a dietary fill in.     

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Junket Rennet Custard is still sold in some places. What is rennet?

noun

1. the lining membrane of the fourth stomach of a calf or of the stomachof certain other young animals.
2. the rennin-containing substance from the stomach of the calf.
3. a preparation or extract of the rennet membrane, used to curdle milk,as in making cheese, junket, etc.
 
Now, how bad can tapioca be?
 
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Junket Rennet Custard is still sold in some places. What is rennet?

noun

1. the lining membrane of the fourth stomach of a calf or of the stomachof certain other young animals.
2. the rennin-containing substance from the stomach of the calf.
3. a preparation or extract of the rennet membrane, used to curdle milk,as in making cheese, junket, etc.
 
Now, how bad can tapioca be?

 

 

I would eat that all day before I managed to get down a spoonful of tapioca.

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One thing I find disgusting is cooked okra. That is, cooked in water, broth, or whatever. Okra is a southern staple.

Maybe I should have returned to Michigan, where venison is available, in the Autumn. But I will pass on the rabbit on the menu. Too cute of a dietary fill in.     

Dear Sis Peggy, thanks for starting this thread. When I worked in the nutrition field, many people told me that parsnips smelled like dog's breath. Yah, right, like I'd ever let my dogs smell like that. :sick:

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Does not a pebble when it falls into the stream begin new journeys?

 

If the pebble was falling it was already on a journey, so wouldn't the stream just be a continuation of the journey rather than a new one?

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If the pebble was falling it was already on a journey, so wouldn't the stream just be a continuation of the journey rather than a new one?

It would be a change in the journey. Now it would be all wet...

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It would be a change in the journey. Now it would be all wet...

 

It is all wet. Yet, it is still a pebble. Just the way when bad things happen to us we can choose to stay the same inside even with our new circumstances.

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Gas piping uses left-hand threads so it will not be confused with other types of plumbing.

only true with lp gas

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It is all wet. Yet, it is still a pebble. Just the way when bad things happen to us we can choose to stay the same inside even with our new circumstances.

I see grasshopper. No matter how wet we are, we should keep sinking.  :D

 
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Does not a pebble when it falls into the stream begin new journeys?

If it skipped across the water would that be many journeys?

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