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  1. You can omit the honey as it's high in sugar and use the artificial stuff instead, but I thought you'd want to keep it natural. Isn't maple syrup just as high in sugar? Also, do use the real stuff? I've always seen xanthum gum listed in store bought products, but never knew what it was for. Again, if you wanna keep natural, I'd stick with the banana and oats. They both help with the thick and smooth part. I'll fly in to CA and we can experiment with different ingredients to perfect the shake/smoothie. We'll have them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. (I'll provide the laxatives, if needed.)
  2. That's pretty similar to how we make our chocolate smoothies. The staple ingredients are usually honey, banana, oats, ice, cocoa. The extra added to the last one was red prickly pear, which was surprisingly good. It tasted just as nice as cherry with chocolate.
  3. Lol @ you not wanting to seem rude. I liked your first reply. I don't know if there is a right way. I think that's just the way it is? I felt like I was eating a slug.
  4. No matter the nationality, eggplant is good eatin'. I'd allow you to make that for me. Beets are tasty, too. A big no on okra, though. I tried them once... too slimy. And they were deep fried, too. (Which usually makes everything taste better.)
  5. Chocolate yogurt doesn't sound that bad... I'd have her send it back.
  6. This is a similar to how we make crepes, skim milk and all. For for the filling, a sprinkling of sugar with fresh lemon juice is quite tasty, so is just honey alone.
  7. I'd swap you with my low calorie, non-fat chocolate milk mix, but it'd prolly turn into chocolate buttermilk by the time it got there.
  8. I would take a whole jar, but I'm still not feeling optimistic about liking it. I don't even like any kind of tea. Do you make different flavors?
  9. I could, but I'm usually too lazy for such things. When I do get an itch for making something, it's usually sweet, solid food. The most I can be bothered with as far as liquid goes is adding my cocoa powder and artificial sweetener mix to milk. I'll just bum a sip from one of your batches.
  10. I had no idea that age mattered that much. I know absolutely nothing about kombucha except what I've read here. Just though I'd give it a try because it was a good price and how great it was. It was supposed to have a lemonade like flavor to it. If I ever feel like digging that deep in my pocket, I might purchase a fresh one in the future.
  11. I tried kombucha for the first time last week because I found a bottle marked down at the grocery store for 50 cents. It was the most vile thing to ever pass through my lips. It tasted like carbonated vinegar.
  12. Obviously the kid didn't like their picture being taken... Was the person that took the photo badly injured after being stabbed with the fork? The food looks glorious, BTW.
  13. I'll try to keep that in mind when I'm eating it; that it's just seasoned lentils and not something that includes everything but the kitchen sink.
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