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YAY! It's almost spring and we're expecting 18-24" » Post #9

Wed Mar 15, 2017 06:16 in General Talk

Maybe if you call the local fire department, police, or church, someone could bring the parts
to you that he needs.

What is your current desktop wallpaper/background? » Post #5

Tue Mar 14, 2017 17:13 in General Talk

I usually have an image of my dog or cats. Recently I changed it to the old MAC lion.

New to Clixsense » Post #6

Mon Mar 13, 2017 20:47 in Member Introduction

Welcome aboard!

Have you been kidnapped by Tony the Tiger? :lol:

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #57

Mon Mar 13, 2017 14:24 in General Talk

I think primarily grits originated from the American Indian. Altho don't trust me on that because it
could be other countries and cultures had grits too.

Basically it is ground corn. It's a process. It comes from Hominy which is dried corn.

I like Hominy too. In fact, I almost love it.

Grits has been mostly a Southern dish and I mean that is in the Southern US States.
Today however, it is rather popular all over the USA.

I guess it has some healthy properties. Unless you add junk to it. As I said, a lot of people
eat it with sugar and milk. I just eat it with pepper in it. Some people put butter in it.

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #55

Mon Mar 13, 2017 12:14 in General Talk

Yep, about the same here. People eat whatever they want.

I do eat fruit often and usually the little fruit cups......little plastic cups that have fruit in them and some times jello.

I love grits. Grits are from corn. Many people eat a bowl of grits with sugar and/or sugar and milk.
I have never ate them that way. I like them simply with pepper. Try them some time.

..Smart Earning ...tasman1 » Post #25

Mon Mar 13, 2017 12:07 in General Talk

That reminds me, I need to search for a large plastic fish. I am thinking Amazon might have one.

Your neighbor is or was a NUT! :lol:

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #53

Mon Mar 13, 2017 12:01 in General Talk

I don't eat meat. At least for the most part I don't. Particularly, I don't eat red meat.

For breakfast I may have any or combo of the following:

Eggs - Fried easy over or scrambled and some times a light omelet
Biscuits - I some times make home made biscuits and I buy frozen biscuits too
Toast - Light toast with a jam such as blackberry or strawberry but I like apple jelly too
Grits - I eat grits with pepper but many people eat them with sugar
Oats - I eat the instant maple flavor light oats usually but some times I eat the 1 minute quaker oats
Gravy - Some times I eat biscuit and gravy
Potatoes - Some times I make hash browns or cut up tiny taters for quick frying
Pancakes/Waffles - I am not very fond of it but I do eat it some times
Juice - I used to always drink orange but now I tend to drink apple
Sweet Breads - Usually first thing in the morning, I drink coffee and often I grab a mini donut or honey bun. In fact, if I do eat breakfast, it is usually at lunch time or later.

In America people eat any or combination of the above and if they eat meat, usually it is bacon, sausage, or ham.

Some Americans and especially children, prefer a cold cereal...Cheerios, etc.

PS. Americans do not eat beans for breakfast. In an omelet one may have mushrooms and tomatoes. Not uncommon to have a bacon lettuce tomato sandwich and some what common to have slices of tomato with breakfast.

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #49

Mon Mar 13, 2017 09:47 in General Talk

No. I don't think I ever heard of eating beans on toast.

Generally, beans such as Great Northern (white) beans, are cooked slowly or pressure cooked and
ate with salt pepper in a bowl. Often to the side and/or in the bowl is onions. Cornbread is generally
a side with a bowl of beans. Many people that eat meat, place a slice or two of bacon or ham bones
to add a meaty flavor.

I like to eat Great Northern beans with onions and cornbread. I some times place worchestchire
sauce in mine. Worchestichire. WishTeaSheer :?

ClixSense banned » Post #4

Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:21 in General Talk

Some do it because they are a member of the program themselves and they don't want
referrals going to someone else. They might place their own ads only or they have other
programs they promote that are doorways.

For example lets say Mary has a traffic exchange and does not allow CS adverts. Mary
advertises her personal blog on the traffic exchange. Listed on her personal blog is CS
or even a link to something else that has her CS ref link. In essence, she is using a
doorway to advertise her CS to her own traffic exchange members.

..Smart Earning ...tasman1 » Post #23

Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:16 in General Talk

W-D doesn't cost much and lasts a long time. You could have gave him a small can for a gift....and
also maybe some brillo pads for his stove. :lol:

ClixSense banned » Post #2

Mon Mar 13, 2017 06:55 in General Talk

I don't know. You would need to ask the owner.

However, it is not the least bit unusual. Some times a traffic exchange will ban a very popular
site/program simply because it over whelms the exchange with the same sites over and over.

Actually, I am getting ready to post a feature request kind of based on this.

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #47

Mon Mar 13, 2017 06:53 in General Talk

Yeah, on cornbread is more like a tamale.

did not read forum rules » Post #3

Mon Mar 13, 2017 06:51 in Success Stories

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home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #45

Mon Mar 13, 2017 05:52 in General Talk

Beans on Toast?

You're a weird 'cookie' pindokhan....I mean 'bean'. Your new name is now officially 'beano'.

i won clixgrid prize, Thanks Clixsense Admin » Post #3

Mon Mar 13, 2017 05:47 in General Talk

advertising in this forum is not allowed! Change your avatar and buy an ad.

Cutting Mods on half » Post #10

Mon Mar 13, 2017 05:33 in General Talk

That guy IS the party.

Cutting Mods on half » Post #5

Sun Mar 12, 2017 19:14 in General Talk

Tasmanianroo1



:roll:

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #43

Sun Mar 12, 2017 19:11 in General Talk

I have never seen air bubbles when soaking beans.

Maybe you got, bad beans. :lol:

Personal Behavior » Post #2

Sun Mar 12, 2017 15:42 in General Talk

Impossible question, me thinks.

Some times I might sit on the front porch but rarely. Usually if I am doing some flower gardening in
the front of the house, trimming shrubs, etc, I might sit on the front porch for awhile. If the neighbor
up on the highway, horses are down at the fence, I like to sit on the porch and look at them.

I usually come more to sitting out back. It's very private because I am the dead end property, you
could say. I own the woods behind my house and a good ways over left to right. There is only crop
fields on either side of my property.

I probably sit more on the balcony that is on the far end of my house. I can see the pond, some
of the front and back. Deer usually come down from the woods and to the pond to drink. If I stay
quiet, I can watch them.

home remedies for aches/pains aka The Bean Topic » Post #41

Sun Mar 12, 2017 15:31 in General Talk

It's not about beans being soft and mushy. Those can still cause gas.

It's all about what you do before you cook them.

Think about it.

What is gas?

I always soak beans in cold water over night. While soaking, the beans swell up and gas is released
in the process. Then I either cook them for several hours on the stove or I place them in a pressure
cooker. The key is to always soak dry beans in cold water for several hours. Depending on the type
of bean, I some times soak them in cold water inside the fridge.

If you purchase box products such as something like 'Beans and Rice' as an example, you might find
you get gas. The reason being is because the beans are more of a processed dehydrated bean that
may still have all it's gaseous properties.
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