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Posted 18 March 2012 - 01:24 PM

Thank you Irish Heart, I got some Success Rice at the store today. Very convenient as they're four to a box and they can get through a busy week of dinners for me. Thanks!

You bet, hon. ;) I personally LOATHE waiting for long-cooking brown rice to cook and every single time, it invariably bubbles over and I have to clean up the mess (except for my risotto, which never does, but then, I am watching it like a hawk. :lol: )

Glad it helps you save time! They have larger bags, too--marked Family Size.
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Posted 19 March 2012 - 04:02 PM

Fun thread! The best bit for me is realising that reading through all these lists of awesome foods no longer makes me want to throw myself on the floor sobbing. Score! It'll be 2 years in June.

I miss the spontaneity too. Trying to find a restaurant for a birthday dinner has been a bit of a pain.

Actual foods:

Ovalteenies They were my favourite as a little kid (a staple at the school tuckshop) and I rediscovered them a few years before I went gluten free. Sigh.

Lebanese bread
Turkish bread
Cherry danish

Huh. It was way harder to think of things than it used to be.
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Posted 19 March 2012 - 05:03 PM

Huh. It was way harder to think of things than it used to be.

Happily, it gets harder all the time ;)
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