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    Jefferson Adams
    It's hard to love Mexican food without loving salsa. For me, pico de gallo always tops the list of my many salsa favorites. In spring and summer, when tomatoes are in season, I like to whip up a batch of fresh pico de gallo and dive into a bowl of tortilla chips as I prepare my favorite Mexican dishes. This recipe will deliver a tasty pico de gallo that will have your stomach smiling...

    Jefferson Adams
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    Jefferson Adams
    Good fish tacos almost always deliver happiness at the table. These fish tacos are easy to make and sure to please. The recipe is versatile, so scale and/or improvise as desired.
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    Jefferson Adams
    Nachos are one of may favorite snacks to make at home. Nachos are versatile, easy to make, and sure to please most eaters. They can be easily adapted to include myriad ingredients.
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    food/mood/pooed - I love it, kk lolz I have to take zyrtek and acid reducer at night, Flonase and Xanax (very small amount does the trick) in the morning, and use nasalcrom before eating.  this, plus strict gluten free diet has done ...
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    I felt awful the first week or two of gluten-free, but after that I rapidly started to feel better and after about a month most of my symptoms were gone or greatly reduced. 
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