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Old 09-02-2015, 04:07 PM
 
Location: The State Of California
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I am off topic, but we went to Buchanon's antique market at the State Fair grounds this past weekend. Actually, it is more of a giant garage sale. The venders were simply giving away old books for FREE on Sunday afternoon. There were tables and tables of free books.




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Old 09-22-2015, 09:48 PM
 
Location: OKIE-Ville
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Goodpasture you devil you , you almost conversed me from butterscotch candy to good old fashion scotch liquor ......

The information about sugar was spot on..... I have gone from (white sugar) to (brown sugar) to (honey) to (Agave) to (Maple) trying to slay this sweet tooth of mine........lollllllll
The wife has been trying to make my sweet tea with Stevia lately. The stuff is downright horrible. I told her if she's not gonna give me the real stuff then don't even bother. Getting old blows.
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Old 09-23-2015, 05:12 PM
 
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Top shelf scotch is better than the cheap stuff. It is never butterscotch flavored, and if it is 100 proof, it's almost perfect. Good home made scotch is better than what you can buy in an upscale liquor store. This liquor is must quicker, and faster acting. .


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Butterscotch is a candy. It is made mostly of sugar. Sugar is bad for you. /QUOTE]
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Old 09-23-2015, 05:24 PM
 
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Default Yer right!

I'm with you and probably older. Getting old blows. So does Splenda and the tasteless water based margarine, as does a salt free, sugar free, low cholesterol diet. The only way to slay a *sweet tooth* is to treat like a troll and don't feed it. Six weeks from now you won't miss either one. Neither will I.


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The wife has been trying to make my sweet tea with Stevia lately. The stuff is downright horrible. I told her if she's not gonna give me the real stuff then don't even bother. Getting old blows.
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Old 09-23-2015, 07:03 PM
 
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I recently left the house without having my morning coffee, so decided to stop drinking coffee. The only thing tempting me to start again are the 9 containers of hazelnut creamer in the cabinet and a new unopened can of coffee.
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Old 09-23-2015, 11:36 PM
 
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I don't think there is anything that smells much better than a freshly brewed coffee unless it is the aroma from a freshly opened can of the stuff. I use hazelnut creamer in place of liquid to flavor cakes, muffins, Cookies are a little trickier.

Turn the coffee upside down in he freezer. It will last forever as long as it is not opened.



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I recently left the house without having my morning coffee, so decided to stop drinking coffee. The only thing tempting me to start again are the 9 containers of hazelnut creamer in the cabinet and a new unopened can of coffee.
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Old 09-24-2015, 09:19 AM
 
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I recently left the house without having my morning coffee, so decided to stop drinking coffee. The only thing tempting me to start again are the 9 containers of hazelnut creamer in the cabinet and a new unopened can of coffee.
Did you get grouchy?

We use hazelnut too. Our coffee machine broke! So I dug up an ancient machine that I used at work for years. It still works!
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Old 09-25-2015, 06:03 AM
 
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Did you get grouchy?

We use hazelnut too. Our coffee machine broke! So I dug up an ancient machine that I used at work for years. It still works!
Partly quit because I didn't have a headache and haven't had one since. Didn't even start drinking it until I quit smoking. Apparently, I need an addiction. lol So what will it be now?

Would never have thought of other uses for the creamer until reading what Linicx wrote. Also, need to clear out space in the freezer for the unopened can of coffee. I'll donate it in the next drive for the food bank.
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Old 09-29-2015, 09:42 PM
 
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I am off topic, but we went to Buchanon's antique market at the State Fair grounds this past weekend. Actually, it is more of a giant garage sale. The venders were simply giving away old books for FREE on Sunday afternoon. There were tables and tables of free books.




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You have got to be kidding me! OMG, I was there Friday evening, but I never saw any books. Dang it.
So, I quit smoking twice. Once, cold turkey, and once, weaning myself off. The weaning was much easier. I used cherry lozengers (nicotine) and got addicted to them, so I used Jolly Rancher cinnamon hard candy to get off those. I would cut down the amount of cigarettes I smoked every week. I loved smoking. People who say "You can't quit until you want to" are wrong. I didn't want to. I did it because I was going to have surgery.
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Old 09-30-2015, 11:42 AM
 
Location: The State Of California
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Goodpasture you devil you , you almost
conversed me from butterscotch candy to good old fashion scotch liquor
......
The information about sugar was spot on..... I have gone from
(white sugar) to (brown sugar) to (honey) to (Agave) to (Maple) trying to slay
this sweet tooth of mine........lollllllll

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The wife has been trying to make my sweet tea with Stevia lately. The stuff is downright horrible. I told her if she's not gonna give me the real stuff then don't even bother. Getting old blows.
The secret is doing everything in moderation , as it's appears that giving up sugar is a bitter pill to swallow , no pun intended.......lol....
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