Which Contains Far Too Many Confusions...
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Tue Mar 27 20:28:26 EST 2001
On Tue, 27 Mar 2001 16:29:55 -0500, McMullin, Elise wrote:
>"Perhaps the question should be "Do people generally like pickled beets, or
>are they an ideological statement of being?""
>lol - workers of the world unite under the sign of the pickled beet.
You have nothing to lose but your gherkins?
>"Soy granola? There is such a beast?"
>What rough beast comes slouching toward breakfast(besides my boyfriend that
>is)? - I think the brand is Nature Plus and it's called Soy Natural. It's
>really, really good. You'd like it, really! Luckily they sell it in bulk.
>They also have Ginger Zing and Hemp. Also good. The hemp is so very heavy
>though, that I feel by rights I should spend the morning chopping wood or
>building a barn to justify having eaten it.
Mmmm. I can't imagine it, but I'll take your word for it. I've been living
on soy milk for months, since I have a nursing baby who appears to be
allergic to cow's milk. Far better than powdered, reconstituted milk, the
emergency staple of my childhood, but a pale second to the real thing. Very
good mixed with--ready for it?--chocolate (of course!).
>Still really hungry
You're making me hungry too. Actually, that was Gili's Tale of Two Pickles
that made me long for Middle-Eastern food. We are eating chicken and
dumplings at the Proffitt house tonight.
resisting the call of the kitchen
and the tyranny of children
(all of whom want something else)
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