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Re: very tasty

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:53 am
by Alice
I like to have dates with herb tea at bedtime, as I am doing now :) I would not eat more than two or three though because of the sugar content.

Re: very tasty

Posted: Wed May 10, 2017 6:35 am
by jamathe246
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Re: very tasty

Posted: Thu May 11, 2017 4:43 pm
by Alice
My roommate is a type 1 diabetic and he frequently takes high sugar foods to boost his blood sugar. I think he is making things worse with the
candy, cookies etc. I'm going to give him some organic dates. Here's hoping.

Re: very tasty

Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 5:01 am
by vimsingh456
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Re: very tasty

Posted: Tue May 16, 2017 2:13 pm
by Alexa
Is there anything you would actually like to express here with your own words and you're unsure about how to approach us, or is it just gonna be copy/paste islamic theories and explanations?

Not facetious, just curious.

Re: very tasty

Posted: Wed May 17, 2017 12:23 am
by Alice
Alexa wrote:Is there anything you would actually like to express here with your own words and you're unsure about how to approach us, or is it just gonna be copy/paste islamic theories and explanations?

Not facetious, just curious.


The posts about dates were OK but the latest is approaching spam.

koto, could you post as yourself instead of evangelizing Islam?

Re: very tasty

Posted: Wed May 31, 2017 3:43 pm
by Alexa
Great! Now I'll never be able to enjoy eating dates without thinking about converting to islam... Do you have something about figs and converting to PDF? And without hell, if that's ok... We, pagans, don't dig the hell threats very much...

Re: very tasty

Posted: Wed May 31, 2017 6:33 pm
by Alice
Alexa wrote:Great! Now I'll never be able to enjoy eating dates without thinking about converting to islam... Do you have something about figs and converting to PDF? And without hell, if that's ok... We, pagans, don't dig the hell threats very much...


There is a principle in the Abraham-Hicks teaching that I think is very useful, though not always easy to apply.

"Get everyone else out of the equation."
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/96194142017497317/

I eat a couple of Medjool dates daily, along with Tulsi tea. It is true, they are very healthful and yum :mrgreen:

Re: very tasty

Posted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 1:19 pm
by Alexa
"Get everyone else out of the equation."

I usually do, Alice, but I still have some things that get to me, and I need to vent them before letting them go.
And my number one pet peeve is religious bullshit. It's like a Pavlovian reflex, I admit. I bark a few times, then remember that the timeline I chose is going to have no religion in about 50 years from now :)

Re: very tasty

Posted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 12:39 am
by Alice
Alexa wrote:"Get everyone else out of the equation."

I usually do, Alice, but I still have some things that get to me, and I need to vent them before letting them go.
And my number one pet peeve is religious bullshit. It's like a Pavlovian reflex, I admit. I bark a few times, then remember that the timeline I chose is going to have no religion in about 50 years from now :)


Hey, missed your reply previously...

We've all got our pet peeves!
Mine is cigarette litter. The level of unconsciousness it takes to just throw your butt on the ground without a thought for the cumulative pollution...

Anyway, I think you'd appreciate The New Revelations, book by Neale Donald Walsch. Let's just say it's very down on organized religion.
http://aboq.org/walsch/nr.htm

Re: very tasty

Posted: Wed Jun 07, 2017 12:53 pm
by Alexa
Alice wrote:
Alexa wrote:"Get everyone else out of the equation."

I usually do, Alice, but I still have some things that get to me, and I need to vent them before letting them go.
And my number one pet peeve is religious bullshit. It's like a Pavlovian reflex, I admit. I bark a few times, then remember that the timeline I chose is going to have no religion in about 50 years from now :)


Hey, missed your reply previously...

We've all got our pet peeves!
Mine is cigarette litter. The level of unconsciousness it takes to just throw your butt on the ground without a thought for the cumulative pollution...

Anyway, I think you'd appreciate The New Revelations, book by Neale Donald Walsch. Let's just say it's very down on organized religion.
http://aboq.org/walsch/nr.htm


Thank you! Amen to that, sister! :))))))

Re: very tasty

Posted: Wed Jun 07, 2017 6:43 pm
by Alice
Alexa wrote:
Alice wrote:
Alexa wrote:"Get everyone else out of the equation."

I usually do, Alice, but I still have some things that get to me, and I need to vent them before letting them go.
And my number one pet peeve is religious bullshit. It's like a Pavlovian reflex, I admit. I bark a few times, then remember that the timeline I chose is going to have no religion in about 50 years from now :)


Hey, missed your reply previously...

We've all got our pet peeves!
Mine is cigarette litter. The level of unconsciousness it takes to just throw your butt on the ground without a thought for the cumulative pollution...

Anyway, I think you'd appreciate The New Revelations, book by Neale Donald Walsch. Let's just say it's very down on organized religion.
http://aboq.org/walsch/nr.htm


Thank you! Amen to that, sister! :))))))


Welcome. This looks like a good resource (source of the Talking Points link).
http://aboq.org/intro.htm

Re: very tasty

Posted: Tue Jun 13, 2017 10:31 am
by Alexa
So, Alice, it goes like this:

I'm originally from Dobrudja, a historical region that once was extremely cosmopolitan (Turks, Tartars, Romanians, Bulgarians, Armenians, Greeks, Aromanians, Jewish, Russians). it still is, but not even close to the degree it was. The food there is a mixture of all these people's traditional dishes, mostly light and spicy, with loads of herbs, vegetables and sheep milk (cheese, yoghurt, the works). My grandma's Dobrudjan pie is very similar to Greek filo pastry with cheese, except it has many more eggs in it.

You need filo pastry (she made her own, which was absolutely delicious, but I'm not that good a chaneller yet, so I bought mine), salted cheese - grated (the closest thing I can think of is Greek hard cheese), cottage cheese, eggs and butter. You roll out the filo pastry and you butter it up, and then you fill it up with the mixture of eggs and cheese. Plenty of it! Make it look like a Jackson Pollock painting:)))) (first time I saw one, I remembered my grandma making this pie, because that's how the filo pastry looked before being rolled). Then roll them up, shove them tightly in an oven tray, smear some beaten egg over the whole thing (or butter) and bake until crispy.

This Greek pie is the closest I could find on the net, but I think my grandma's had about 8 or 7 eggs in it. The Aromanian version can have fresh dill (or spinach) in it, the "urbanized" version can have sugar and raisins in it and can be dusted in powdered sugar (it's ok with the salted cheese and the sugar, they blend well together), but the best kind is still the simple salty one.

http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/7486/tir ... -pie-.aspx

Re: very tasty

Posted: Tue Jun 13, 2017 10:26 pm
by Alice
Thanks Alexa, am sure it's very tasty, so fits right in here! :mrgreen: jackson Pollock pie, I may try sometime. :idea:

Re: very tasty

Posted: Sun Aug 27, 2017 6:32 pm
by Tanfeliz
Alexa wrote:So, Alice, it goes like this:

I'm originally from Dobrudja, a historical region that once was extremely cosmopolitan (Turks, Tartars, Romanians, Bulgarians, Armenians, Greeks, Aromanians, Jewish, Russians). it still is, but not even close to the degree it was. The food there is a mixture of all these people's traditional dishes, mostly light and spicy, with loads of herbs, vegetables and sheep milk (cheese, yoghurt, the works). My grandma's Dobrudjan pie is very similar to Greek filo pastry with cheese, except it has many more eggs in it.

You need filo pastry (she made her own, which was absolutely delicious, but I'm not that good a chaneller yet, so I bought mine), salted cheese - grated (the closest thing I can think of is Greek hard cheese), cottage cheese, eggs and butter. You roll out the filo pastry and you butter it up, and then you fill it up with the mixture of eggs and cheese. Plenty of it! Make it look like a Jackson Pollock painting:)))) (first time I saw one, I remembered my grandma making this pie, because that's how the filo pastry looked before being rolled). Then roll them up, shove them tightly in an oven tray, smear some beaten egg over the whole thing (or butter) and bake until crispy.

This Greek pie is the closest I could find on the net, but I think my grandma's had about 8 or 7 eggs in it. The Aromanian version can have fresh dill (or spinach) in it, the "urbanized" version can have sugar and raisins in it and can be dusted in powdered sugar (it's ok with the salted cheese and the sugar, they blend well together), but the best kind is still the simple salty one.

http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/7486/tir ... -pie-.aspx


That sounds so extreme. I will try making it one day.

Re: very tasty

Posted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 11:30 pm
by Alice
Tanfeliz wrote:That sounds so extreme. I will try making it one day.


Hey Tanfeliz, been a while. How are you doing these days?

Re: very tasty

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 12:38 am
by Tanfeliz
Hey Alice!

Not bad. Doing a lot of art. How about you?

Re: very tasty

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 7:00 am
by Alice
Tanfeliz wrote:Hey Alice!

Not bad. Doing a lot of art. How about you?


Oh, cool! Me, too--art and writing stories. :)

Re: very tasty

Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 1:20 am
by Tanfeliz
What part of the country are you in? Are you going to any of the Sedona stuff?