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    food product recommendations

    tofutti's "better than cream cheese" makes me happy (for once) that i'm lactose intolerant. :)

    your turn!

    jangrl

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    Jiffy products are good. They're nothing fancy but boy are they cheap! I've made some good pizza crust, blueberry muffins, and cornbread with their mixes, all for something like under $1.00. I have the Jiffy pancake mix (their version of Bisquick) but have yet to try it out.

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    Thai Kitchen...great "kits" for easy, delicious Thai food.

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    Ha, beanie, that's what I was going to post -- mmm, their pad thai is tasty. And sometimes you can find little lunch-sized kits, too, although I've only seen them at a 7-11 recently.

    Edy's Special Edition ice creams kick ass. My favorites are the Girl Scout Cookie versions (esp the Thin Mint), but Peppermint and Eggnog are my freezer staples right now.

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    Re: food product recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by jangrl
    tofutti's "better than cream cheese" makes me happy (for once) that i'm lactose intolerant. :)

    your turn!

    jangrl
    Silk Nog makes me happy I'm lactose intolerant! Pricey but worth it to save my tummy from one of my favorite holiday indulgences!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftytricks
    Jiffy products are good.
    Mmmm, I love me some Jiffy corn bread! And that's saying a lot, because as a Southern girl I can be picky about corn bread. It's really good if you add some canned whole kernel corn to the recipe. (And from there you can get really creative, adding peppers and cheddar to make it southwest style, etc.)

    My food recommendations? Fantastic Falafel mix and Annie's mac'n'cheese.

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    I grew up eating those Jiffy mixes. Don't eat em anymore, since they contain genetically engineered ingredients and I'm not down with those. (Yep, I'm one of those organic food nuts.)

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    Boca ground burger. Can't tell the difference between it and real ground meat and I don't know about you guys but where I live meat is god damn expensive! Boca is about $3.59. Not too bad! And it's a lot better for you!

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    Dry Honey

    just found this at one of my local asian markets, and it's my new favorite! The crystals are larger than sugar crystals, but they dissolve quickly in hot liquids and have that lovely honey taste, without the sticky mess that can sometime happen.

    Jen

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    Quote Originally Posted by knitstuff
    Dry Honey

    just found this at one of my local asian markets, and it's my new favorite! The crystals are larger than sugar crystals, but they dissolve quickly in hot liquids and have that lovely honey taste, without the sticky mess that can sometime happen.

    Jen
    wooo! that sound lovely. i'll have to go on a quest for this stuff.

    i love wolfgang puck's organic soups. if i'm going to eat out of a can it's nice for it to taste like real food.


 
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