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Only one entry per person. Entry deadline is June 25, 2008.
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You must have a US shipping address. You don't have to be a blogger to win, just supply a valid e-mail address.
When the giveaway ends:
Wednesday, June 25. I'll e-mail the winner, and results will be posted here as well. If the winner doesn't respond within four business days, a new winner will be drawn.
Please note that while the cookie bars are casein free, the package does say "may contain traces of milk protein" because the chocolate chunks may pick up traces during the manufacturing process.
This bread mix by Namaste Foods turned out to be very tasty. It was also very much egg free. For those of you who cannot eat eggs or simply choose not to, then listen up!
I used 1 and a half avocado in place of the 1 egg and 3 egg whites that the mix called for.
It worked so well, the bread is still nice and moist in the center. You would literally never miss the egg.
It was weird making bread from a mix, though. Growing up, I would help my mom make bread (gluten bread of course). I remember kneading it and pounding it. That was the true joy of it. The fun of creating something, with my own mother no less. It wasn't really the making of the bread,but rather just being together and doing something together! But now that we are gluten free, my mom and I make gluten free recipes along with my little one. Now that's the joy of living.
This mix is: Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Corn Free, Casein Free, Soy Free and Potato Free.
And because of the avocado, the dough looked greenish before I baked it. :)
To make the avocado egg replacement:
1 1/2 avocado
put in blender
add some water and blend it to a creamy consistency
Thank you, rain.
You cleanse the air, feed our sprouting seeds and nourish our buds.
You create puddles for little ones to jump in
and sometimes, if they are brave, adults will too
You help us welcome spring
and give us a reason to put our rain boots on
So, rain, Thanks.. and do come again.
It was raining and I said to my husband "Let's go walk in the rain. We can go check the mail too"
So he obliged, and we got our daughter ready to go out in the rain. She loved it, of course. That's her in the picture, isn't she the cutest?
As we were walking though, he said to me "what are you waiting for in the mail?" with that look of "yeh you're doing this just because...."
Offended [not really, but that sounds more thrilling], I said "Nothing! I just wanted to walk in the rain."
"Really." as he continued to give me a look of mixed bewilderment and disbelief
Am I really that plain? Hm.
These Coconut "Ice Cream" Bars are a hot commodity. In our house, they do not last long. They not only taste great great great, but fulfill several requirements:
Soy Free and Organic!
They have other flavors to, notably: Strawberry. I had this as a treat during my labor.
What are you thankful for? How do you perceive rain? Is it something that bothers you, just another negative in a day already rushed and over-extended? Or do you really stop and appreciate rain?