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"This stuff is amazing, it absolutely works. My ants do come back but I just keep a jar lid filled with cotton balls and soaked with this killer stuff. You don't need much to get results. I hardly have any ants at all and if I see one or two, I just top off the liquid. This works better then most commercial sprays and traps I have used."
"Delicious and filling. I sometimes use extra black beans and rub the bowl with a cut clove of garlic. A raw clove of garlic would overpower this dish. I use 1/2 lemon juice when I have it and 1/2 vinegar, apple cider vinegar or balsamic. I always add salt to taste.
I don't know what's detoxifying about beans because I know little about t..."
"Delicious and refreshing, beyond any health benefits there may be. Definitely recommend this tasty drink.I only drank it for a week, because my sensitive teeth hurt so bad I thought I was going to cry. Yes I tried rinsing my mouth out right after with a glass of plain water, and even tried brushing my teeth after drinking but nothing helped. So ..."
"Needs a few grains of salt. I subbed rinsed millet for the quinoa and it was OK. I added raisins.I had to use quite a bit of extra water. I also sprayed the walls of the pot with cooking spray, made cleanup easy."
"I've had a terrible time with my diabetic dog's appetite. I never had any problems with him before his diagnosis. I've tried every trick out there to get him to eat, including home cooking. It can be so frustrating. he's got recurrent infections and feels lousy because I can't keep his insulin levels up. I made this tonight for my buddy and he was..."
"I couldn't even tell you how many times I have made this recipe in the last couple of years. I have never used pork, only beef. Tastes great. Use cheap beef cuts like chuck, it works best. Cubes if you want, I stopped bothering. It's easier to shred one bigger piece then lots of little ones. Brown the beef a bit on all sides then add to pot. Somet..."