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    Himbeer-Joghurt Cupcakes (21.2.16).jpg

    Made these a while ago for my best friend and her family. They loved them!
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    Soooo many breakfast burritos. Ten of them. They are now in my freezer.

    I have so much leftover bacon now.

    Also, an oatmeal latte, which was not an unsuccessful experiment. Would make again.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Pseudo-Pilsner (was originally going to be an American Pale Ale, but I couldn't get the hops I wanted)

    25 L recipe

    Mash water: 15.5L @72C, add 1/2 tsp gypsum
    5.85kg Pilsner Malt (2-Row)
    150g Acidulated Malt
    Mash @66C for 75 mins

    Sparge water: 27.5L @72C, add 3/4 tsp gypsum

    Boil for 90 mins
    20g Pacific Jade @50 mins
    30g Riwaka, 30g Wai-iti @20 mins
    30g Riwaka, 30g Wai-iti @10 mins
    Whirlfloc tablet @10 mins
    30g Riwaka, 30g Wai-iti @1 min

    2x Safale US-05 @18C, 2 weeks fermentation
    Bottle carbonation for 2 weeks

    OG 1.051, FG 1.012
    Bitterness ratio: 0.892
    Colour: 3.5 SRM

    For advanced brewers - my Water Profile

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    Last night I made pasta puttanesca with zucchini noodles, and fake cookie dough with white beans.

    I learned three things from this experience:

    1) Puttanesca sauce is amazing and so easy to make (anchovies --> no salt required)
    2) Some healthy substitutes aren't depressing, but instead lead to results comparable to the original, only better b/c they don't put you into a coma afterwards
    3) Spiralizers are so fun to use. Like those play-dough machines from when I was a kid.
    and it's nice enough to
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    weep, do
    you?

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    There ain't any pot in these, I swear!

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    It was yummy
    Work for a cause not for Applause
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    I made nutella frozen yogurt today and it turned out to be pretty awesome... the man wanted to eat all of it and probably could have since it was pretty healthy!
    Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
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    cheese n meat omelette w/ steamed broccoli & fruit smoothie & coffee
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    Baked broccoli with olives, cheese, egg and italian spice mix.
    As a side dish I used salad with spice.

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