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GFinDC

Member Since 26 Dec 2007
Offline Last Active Today, 05:45 AM
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In Topic: How Much Can One Person Take? I've Reached My Limit...

20 November 2014 - 05:08 PM

You know what?  I bet you aren't the only person who has that issue.  The people at the clinic prolly see lots of people every day and some of them are going to have a similar issue.  So they are possibly more understanding than you might expect.  I wouldn't send the email to the HR department at this point.  I'd give the clinic people a chance to do the right thing first.  If it's meant to work out the Good Lord will work it out. :)


In Topic: To Fry Or Not To Fry, That Is The Question ? Turkey, That Is.

19 November 2014 - 07:10 PM

Good to hear Waitn4Dave!  I'd rather avoid the soy oil too.  I'll have to find something without it.  Fried chicken doesn't sound too bad as something to use the fryer for later.  Yummy sounds good to me!


In Topic: Help With Dutch Oven?

16 November 2014 - 04:57 PM

Those look like Corning glass cookware to me.  I have some also but more of a pinkish red color.  They work fine on the stove top.  Fairly easy to clean also, for most things.  I think both Sears and Kmart sell Corningware.  But lots of places sell it.

 

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In Topic: Why Did You Go Soy Free?

16 November 2014 - 04:49 PM

Yep, right you are John.  100 years ago the people ate real foods.  Now most people seem to eat factory foods.  Its not a great change in some ways.


In Topic: I Officialy Hate My Gluten Free Bakery

16 November 2014 - 04:47 PM

That's great John, the bakery.  It really seems to me like some of the gluten-free companies just don't get it.  Using dairy and soy and tater starch in lots of their products.  Enjoy Life products is one exception that is good about avoiding the more common problem ingredients.  Some of the adjustment to gluten-free is plain old time and experience.  Weeding out problem foods can make a huge difference in how we feel though, so it's worth taking time to do.  I hope you get over your Neosporin reaction quickly.