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Taking healthy stuff and making it unhealthy

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Long night at work so I needed a stiff drink. Only problems us nothing to mix, so I give you bai coconut and rum.

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Maybe rum in the rocks might have been the better ticket.

 

”Of course I like tofu, dipped in an egg batter and fried in lard!”

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12 mins ago, chitala383 said:

Rum, ppsshhh, drink whiskey like a man! Haha.

I'm not a fan of whiskey although a few weeks ago I tried some Japanese stuff that was tingling my tastebuds.

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I like oatmeal, but it is only good with ice cream in it. I favor vanilla.

 

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I have mixed cheap Bourbon with grape soda, but I was overseas and it was Christmas eve.

 

Peace

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A while ago I grabbed some little ring pastas off the shelf for a soup, only to find they were gluten free .  So they sat on the shelf.

Last night by coincidence of this thread, we all got home late and I had not been to the store, cupboard was bare.  So I boiled some water and threw in the gluten free pasta.

 

I cannot recommend them.  Gluten free pasta is not good.

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Until you plop an entire stick of butter in them.  Edible.  Like a tire is edible if you cover it with butter.

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On 5/16/2018 at 7:03 AM, fishinambition said:

Ive mixed vodka with aloe juice 

We're not talking your favorite scrotal poultice here.

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9 mins ago, HopHead said:

We're not talking your favorite scrotal poultice here.

No not the gel from the leaf, commercially juiced aloe. It has a unique taste that goes very well with vodka. Just a splash of tart cherry or pineapple and you cant tell theres booze in it.

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