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    #16
    As a result of your issue, Grommet, our household now has a jar of Jif Cashew Butter. And, life is better for it. (No oil on top). Maybe one day they will package it in a tube, like toothpaste, with an easy-access flip top.

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      #17
      It's hard to find REAL food in east TN. Few knowledgeable consumers, few stores that carry organics and non-gmo products. I get a handful of products from Amazon in bulk and from individual growers/sellers online. I guess I am going to have to find some cashew butter and order me a jar. Found a 21 organic grain/seed bread at Aldis a couple of months ago and I wanna' spread a little cashew butter on it!
      The mixer gadgets were good ideas, thanks for the posts!

      Btw grommet, I bet your washing machine doesn't squeak anymore

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        #18
        Ezekiel bread in the frozen food area was recommended to me. It's tasty and lasts long since you can remove the day's portion and keep it in freezer.

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          #19
          I just put a large serving tray on my lap about 13 inches by 21 inches, it's a nice one with ceramic tiles with a picture of windmills at cape cod.
          "Life is about how you
          respond to not only the
          challenges you're dealt but
          the challenges you seek...If
          you have no goals, no
          mountains to climb, your
          soul dies".~Liz Fordred

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            #20
            Originally posted by CapnGimp View Post
            It's hard to find REAL food in east TN. Few knowledgeable consumers, few stores that carry organics and non-gmo products. I get a handful of products from Amazon in bulk and from individual growers/sellers online. I guess I am going to have to find some cashew butter and order me a jar. Found a 21 organic grain/seed bread at Aldis a couple of months ago and I wanna' spread a little cashew butter on it!
            The mixer gadgets were good ideas, thanks for the posts!

            Btw grommet, I bet your washing machine doesn't squeak anymore
            That is funny :-)

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              #21
              We did get something and if I have the chance I will put up a picture of it. It is a silicone .. uh, not sure how to describe it. I think it might be meant for baking. It is about 2 inches high and about 9 across. My gf found a paper plate size that fits inside it perfectly. The silicone is sticky so it doesn't slide at all on my food tray. That is great. Years of chasing my food around. It's pretty easy to wash. To give it some firmness, it has a hard plastic ring that fits on the outside under the rim. That pops out easy for washing too.

              The sides are high enough that I think I could spill a big jar or bottle and it would all stay inside. I am curious about all thing silicone now because of the softness but also the grip. I am the king of dropping things. In my more frustrated times I have considered just leaving everything on the floor because that is where they were going to end up anyway. Anything that helps me with my goofiness is a gift. If we can, I would like to go to Bed Bath and Beyond to see all their silicone stuff. I really don't like the store because of the crowds and it seems I see more handicap placards in that parking lot than any other, ahem, but it seems like the best place to check out what's available. I recommend silicone, it's been really great and I have noticed everyday since I got it how it's helping.

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