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General Discussion / Re: Looks like I'll be eating eggs all week for supper
« Last post by Middle Child on February 03, 2019, 08:50:18 AM »
Knock on a neighbor's door or leave them in the lunchroom at work with a note. You go to the store once a month?

I appreciate your efforts!

I go to the store once a week. I already went this week, yesterday.  I am not going out today, and do not have the energy to stop after work on a week night.

I cannot afford to not use the eggs. I paid for them, and they must be eaten.  This week's suppers will feature eggs, with no toast, that's all.  Silly7

PS I do not live in the kind of neighborhood where you knock on a neighbor's door.  ;D
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General Discussion / Re: Looks like I'll be eating eggs all week for supper
« Last post by ThreeStep on February 03, 2019, 08:41:03 AM »
Knock on a neighbor's door or leave them in the lunchroom at work with a note. You go to the store once a month?
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Memorial & Support / Re: Jennie Jennie 4/2006- 1/28/19
« Last post by Middle Child on February 03, 2019, 07:04:43 AM »
Well boo hoo.  The leap/landing picture did not come through.  I downloaded these from photobucket last night because they are threatening to delete my pictures if I don't pay, or reduce my content. So I downloaded this series, then deleted the folder.  But for some reason that one picture didn't come through.  You still get the idea, but it's the leap that is the most heart stopping.
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Memorial & Support / Re: Jennie Jennie 4/2006- 1/28/19
« Last post by Middle Child on February 03, 2019, 06:59:30 AM »
Jennie had some...heart stopping...ways of entertaining herself.  I don't know how often she did this, I only saw her do it the one time I managed to catch it on camera (before I had a camera with video) but I am sure she kept it up for many years.  In fact it was only a few months ago I saw her over there on that heater, and I was afraid she was going to try to leap and I encouraged her to come down. I dind't know if she could still make it and the drop to the stairs is long.
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General Discussion / Food Babe - Vani Deva Hari
« Last post by Lola on February 02, 2019, 06:20:41 PM »
I read her posts on Facebook hit and miss.  IMHO a lot of the same carp that goes on within the pet food industry, also goes on within the the food industry. 
Anyway, I find what she has to say interesting a lot of the time.  A LOT of seemingly healthy foods.... not so healthy, once you really did into the ingredients list.  Not always obvious either. 

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Vani Deva Hari (born March 22, 1979), who blogs as the Food Babe, is an American author, activist, and affiliate marketer who criticizes the food industry.[2] She started the Food Babe blog in 2011, and it received over 54 million views in 2014.[3]

She is a New York Times best-selling author,[4] and companies such as Chick-fil-A and Kraft[5][6][7] may have changed or reconsidered ingredients in their products following her campaigns

www.FoodBabe.com
https://www.facebook.com/thefoodbabe
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General Discussion / Re: Looks like I'll be eating eggs all week for supper
« Last post by Middle Child on February 02, 2019, 05:09:07 PM »
Bake some bread or biscuits, use crackers, go and get some bread, use Amazon same day delivery, bake cinnamon buns and make bread pudding, ...
Eggs actually freeze somewhat ok, omletts keep a couple of days in the fridge and eggs do not go bad in a week.

I can't make bread pudding, no bread silly!   Silly7

No, I won't go to the store again. That's beyond my capabilities. Since the triscuit were on sale I happened to buy two extra boxes so I can eat egg salad on triscuits a night or two.  I can also have hard boiled eggs in salad a couple of nights. Scrambled eggs CAN be eaten without toast, but it really isn't any fun that way is it? 

No eggs don't go bad in a week, but I normally take 3 weeks to use a dozen eggs, and I have two dozen eggs here. The carton already here expires February 17, and the new carton expires February 22.  I know eggs can be eaten past the expire date and I don't mind for myself, but I don't give my cats expired products, so that first carton has to be used up in a hurry.

I'll trade you frozen fruit for eggs.  ;)

Haha!  But the frozen fruits you listed aren't ones I would want.  I already have cherries and blueberries in the freezer. I suppose I could TRY the peaches.  I like peaches but never buy them because I can't pick out good ones.  And I am hesitant to try the frozen ones in case I don't like them. Sometimes I buy a can of them.
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GENERAL CAT CARE / Re: Queen Eva's ears
« Last post by ThreeStep on February 02, 2019, 04:46:28 PM »
10-4
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General Discussion / Re: Looks like I'll be eating eggs all week for supper
« Last post by ThreeStep on February 02, 2019, 04:45:54 PM »
Bake some bread or biscuits, use crackers, go and get some bread, use Amazon same day delivery, bake cinnamon buns and make bread pudding, ...
Eggs actually freeze somewhat ok, omletts keep a couple of days in the fridge and eggs do not go bad in a week.
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General Discussion / Re: Looks like I'll be eating eggs all week for supper
« Last post by Lola on February 02, 2019, 01:55:32 PM »
I'll trade you frozen fruit for eggs.  ;)
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GENERAL CAT CARE / Re: Queen Eva's ears
« Last post by Lola on February 02, 2019, 01:17:40 PM »
I am very glad you made the appointment. How are you supposed to get an ointment into a cat's ear? Qtip?

She already has been to the vet.  The vet prescribed an ointment that comes with an applicator.  Drops are preferred. 
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