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I confessed this already on the BBW board- I drove to the next county today to buy of the world's best donuts.
No shame in driving to get good food! If I could drive (I have epilepsy so I can't), I would spend so much gas money driving to Los Angeles for ramen in Little Tokyo.
 

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No shame in driving to get good food! If I could drive (I have epilepsy so I can't), I would spend so much gas money driving to Los Angeles for ramen in Little Tokyo.
Sorry to hear that girl. I hope you have someone that can drive you?
 

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Sorry to hear that girl. I hope you have someone that can drive you?
Sometimes, yeah. If I have another errand in the area... I just feel weird asking someone to drive me more than an hour away for lunch, you know? Even if I pay for their gas and buy them lunch, time is precious. Fortunately there is ramen that's almost as good much closer!

One of these days I will figure out how to make it myself.
 

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Kind of addicted to Baking Fresh Homemade Bread from scratch. The entire house smelling of warm fresh bread . . . simply orgasmic.
I make a really good pepperoni bread try that some time.
I know its not totally vegan but its sooo good.
 

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Sometimes, yeah. If I have another errand in the area... I just feel weird asking someone to drive me more than an hour away for lunch, you know? Even if I pay for their gas and buy them lunch, time is precious. Fortunately there is ramen that's almost as good much closer!

One of these days I will figure out how to make it myself.
You just need to find you a lunch buddy. Preferably one that likes good food as much as you and has a car:)
 

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I must say that I prefer Trader Joe's Joe-Joes to Oreos, especially the Mocha Joe-Joes. They don't leave a greasy feeling on my tongue when I eat them. (Not that I would turn down an Oreo if somebody offered me one!)
 

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I must say that I prefer Trader Joe's Joe-Joes to Oreos, especially the Mocha Joe-Joes. They don't leave a greasy feeling on my tongue when I eat them. (Not that I would turn down an Oreo if somebody offered me one!)
I don't turn down Oreos either.
 

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For the most part I'm not a fan of people messing around with poutine -- I find most variants to be less good than a well made basic, and are mostly efforts to get away with cheaper ingredients, I think. But over the weekend had some 'butter chicken poutine' that was quite good. Something I'd try again, as more research is in order to reach a final conclusion :eat2:
 

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I must say that I prefer Trader Joe's Joe-Joes to Oreos, especially the Mocha Joe-Joes. They don't leave a greasy feeling on my tongue when I eat them. (Not that I would turn down an Oreo if somebody offered me one!)
I buy the Hydrox when I see them at Walmart. They're supposedly the cookie that Nabisco copied to make the Oreo. I like them better than Oreo, but they're hard to find.
 

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I buy the Hydrox when I see them at Walmart. They're supposedly the cookie that Nabisco copied to make the Oreo. I like them better than Oreo, but they're hard to find.
In the summer, Hydrox were aways cheaper, so mom would get two packs of thrm: one for her, one for us kids.
 

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I buy the Hydrox when I see them at Walmart. They're supposedly the cookie that Nabisco copied to make the Oreo. I like them better than Oreo, but they're hard to find.
Actually, Hydrox came first! And hard to find because they were discontinued for several years then brought back by a new company. Not sure of their status today, but I think they're still around.
 

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Actually, Hydrox came first! And hard to find because they were discontinued for several years then brought back by a new company. Not sure of their status today, but I think they're still around.
Looks like Walmart might be selling them.
 

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IC I am craving donuts! I don't have to work early so will definitely be making a run to a local awesome donut shop near me later :eat2:
 
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