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MGR

Member Since 17 Nov 2013
Offline Last Active Nov 25 2014 02:56 PM
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In Topic: Eating Gluten But Not Reacting?!

28 April 2014 - 01:38 AM

My daughter had molluscum a couple of years ago... An important difference with DH is that it is not itchy and once it appears it takes about a year to clear up by itself, it does not come and go and is highly infectious- the doctor might give you something for it but it is generally useless as it has to run its course. if you have other children you have to make sure they don't have baths together or share towels. DH is extremely itchy, non contagious ( obviously, because it is genetic) and can come and go. I think molluscs it is a fungal infection. Also they look completely different.

In Topic: Small Toaster Recommendations

27 April 2014 - 11:30 PM

Do you wash the bags after use? Or are they disposable?


The ones I bought can be used 500 times... And I used one of them in my last work trip. I have to say, that I didn't wash it- but wiped the crumbs.off... these are all things I still haven't thought about....

In Topic: Small Toaster Recommendations

27 April 2014 - 11:26 PM

OCD is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  Although the toaster bags separate the surfaces of the toasted item and the contaminated toaster, it is too close for comfort and makes me uneasy.  It just doesn't meet my ridiculous standard for cleanliness.


Thanks for the clarification! I am still new at this and I haven't really thought about this yet... Mmmm

In Topic: Small Toaster Recommendations

27 April 2014 - 02:01 PM

I would say just buy the smallest cheapest one you can find at your local megamart.  That way if it gets bumped around in the road trip and broken it is no big deal.  I personally am not a fan of toaster bags... not OCD friendly enough for me.  However they do have some applications where they would be better than nothing, especially if you can't bring a toaster with you.


What is OCD friendly? Sorry I am not a native speaker of English and not very good with acronyms...

In Topic: Small Toaster Recommendations

27 April 2014 - 01:52 PM

I have toaster bags to heat up bread for breakfasts or lunches in hotel breakfast areas, but I also use a one person foreman grill to make cheese toasties or even heat up Scottish pancakes- etc.