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Old 05-02-2011, 08:57 AM   #22021
 
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We picked up our dogs from the kennel yesterday, because we were gone for the weekend, and we got them groomed while they were there. They smell quite nice (possibly nicer than me?), but I miss their Frito-y dog smell. I hope it comes back soon! This shampoo smell isn't nearly as comforting!
I can let you borrow our dog Calvin? We're battling a skin issue that makes him smell like a Frito factory.
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Yay like.australia. Great looking set up. Good luck and sell lots. My dogs always loved homemade treats and I enjoyed making them.

Rice + Pampered Chef microwave rice cooker = easy perfect rice.
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Old 05-02-2011, 09:49 AM   #22023
 
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LA, that's part of why I roll my eyes at a lot of people who claim issues with gluten. It's the new it thing in food allergies. People don't even know what it is and they're claiming it. Those who really have issues are the only ones harmed by people claiming food intolerance.
A lot of people don't know that wheat intolerance does not equal gluten intolerance and that other grains have gluten.
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LA, that's part of why I roll my eyes at a lot of people who claim issues with gluten. It's the new it thing in food allergies. People don't even know what it is and they're claiming it. Those who really have issues are the only ones harmed by people claiming food intolerance.
A lot of people don't know that wheat intolerance does not equal gluten intolerance and that other grains have gluten.
ditto that! And with dogs, the issue is usually with corn not wheat. But people are obsessed with wheat nowadays.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:01 AM   #22025
 
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My old dog Splash (age 12.75) gave us a bad scare last night. I took her to the vet this morning thinking it was The End. It cost me $239 to find out it was nothing serious and that Splashy is an over-reacting Drama Queen.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:17 AM   #22026
 
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That food thread makes me sad. It also tells me how little exposure a lot of people have had to real food.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:18 AM   #22027
 
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Boy next door (9/10ish) had a meltdown about going to school in driveway today. I could hear the wailing/screaming in my office on the other side of the house. He won-everyone went back in the house. Way to go parents showing him who is boss.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:26 AM   #22028
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That food thread makes me sad. It also tells me how little exposure a lot of people have had to real food.

its sad. two of my sisters who use to be adamant about having healthy home cooked meals for their kids are now excusively takeouts 6 days a week because they dont have time. theyre both single mothers now and just dont have the time to prepare meals
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Wow, xcptnl.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:28 AM   #22030
 
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LA, that's part of why I roll my eyes at a lot of people who claim issues with gluten. It's the new it thing in food allergies. People don't even know what it is and they're claiming it. Those who really have issues are the only ones harmed by people claiming food intolerance.
A lot of people don't know that wheat intolerance does not equal gluten intolerance and that other grains have gluten.
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LA, that's part of why I roll my eyes at a lot of people who claim issues with gluten. It's the new it thing in food allergies. People don't even know what it is and they're claiming it. Those who really have issues are the only ones harmed by people claiming food intolerance.
A lot of people don't know that wheat intolerance does not equal gluten intolerance and that other grains have gluten.
ditto that! And with dogs, the issue is usually with corn not wheat. But people are obsessed with wheat nowadays.
To the bolded: Exactly. None of my products have corn, but one has wheat and the others have oat/brown rice. The customer is always right, though. Right? Anyway, experimenting with non-wheat flours has been interesting and fun. I love the way oat flour feels and smells. Mmmm.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:40 AM   #22031
 
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Yes, oat flour is sweet and light. I already got misspam to get it, but have you checked out Good to the Grain, LA?
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Boy next door (9/10ish) had a meltdown about going to school in driveway today. I could hear the wailing/screaming in my office on the other side of the house. He won-everyone went back in the house. Way to go parents showing him who is boss.
I would expect a meltdown from a toddler but a 9 or 10 year old??? Yeah, it's obvious who's in charge in that household......
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Yes, oat flour is sweet and light. I already got misspam to get it, but have you checked out Good to the Grain, LA?


Yes, you are the great and powerful Saria!
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:56 AM   #22034
 
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Heh, I thought you'd like that.

I'm gonna have to repeat myself: blah, blah, altruism cakes.
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Heh, I thought you'd like that.

I'm gonna have to repeat myself: blah, blah, altruism cakes.


I'm with you on the altruism cakes........
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That food thread makes me sad. It also tells me how little exposure a lot of people have had to real food.
The foods you don't like thread?


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Yes, oat flour is sweet and light. I already got misspam to get it, but have you checked out Good to the Grain, LA?
Not yet. I'll take a look though.
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Red meat only if it's extra extra well-done???
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How do 2 adults create so much laundry? I work from home and often will wear the same pants for a couple of days (GASP!). I blame SO.
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Red meat only if it's extra extra well-done???
If it's been cremated why even bother with it? It's only going to taste burnt!


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