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Re: Supper

Ewww!  I'll stick to fresher yougert (before it expires thanks), toss it 
in the blender with frozen berries and make a smoothy- but that's still 
a snack, not dinner!  I w  ill however eat crackers, cheese, grapes, 
walnuts and a glass of port for dinner.  Or lox and cream cheese on 
cracker is good too!  I'm also a big breakfast-for-dinner person too 
(cereal, french toast, etc)


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Allergic to peanuts, and yogurt doesn't chew.  Somehow it just doesn't 
>>seem like dinner if there is nothing to chew.
>   As a bachelor, I've discovered that if you leave yogurt in the fridge
>   long enough it actually *does* become chunky and chewy!
>   If you don't have the patience to wait, you can always do something
>   like add frozen blueberries to it too.  
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