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  • Katan says: I like to make popsicles for my grandsons! I take raw or poached fruits and pop them in the blender with some natural sweetener (maple syrup, stevia extract) and freeze. You can use recycled yogurt cups, or real popsicle molds - add popsicle sticks or bamboo sticks and you have a great popsicle! Various combos - peaches and pineapple, applesauce and cinnamon, blueberries and peaches, strawberries and lemonade, mango and most any other fruit. If you need more - throw in a banana. Try your own combination - have never tried something new and come out with a bad popsicle.

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  • aargersi says: need to face the fear of souffle then macaron

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  • paige.nearhood says: Thanks so much for the thorough explanation. I have recently started working at a new restaurant where the word “braised beef” is found in the menu and also leaving the cooks mouths at all times. I, however, was a bit clueless to what exactly braised beef is! Now I have a newfound understanding thanks to you!

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