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Cheryl

11/10/2018
7:55:01 PM

Hey Anna,

I looked under the recipes section and your Shrimp Thai Soup looks just as delicious as your Taco Soup.

The idea to boil cauliflower in stock and make a creamy base that can be used for other soups is a really good one. It would probably go well with a lot of different things.

I love artichokes and spinach. A creamy soup that contains them both sounds very good.

Thank you for letting me know about the bacon. I will check and see if the store here has it.

I have never had spiralized zucchini. I can't even remember the last time I had zucchini. Is it difficult to spiralize it?

Seeing how nice and organized all of your containers are and looking at the inside of your freezer, I can tell that your organizational skills are awesome.

I am glad you like the verse from James. It is one of my very favorite Bible verses. And it is very comforting that Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

That makes me think of this pretty song by Margaret Becker, "You Remain Unchanged".

I hope you like it :-)

Cheryl




Anna

11/8/2018
4:07:48 PM

Hi everyone,

Just wanted to let you know that I've had pretty good luck freezing spiralized zucchini. I've found that zucchini doesn't last very long in the refrigerator so soon after buying them from the grocery store I spiralize and freeze them in small freezer bags. I read online people reporting that it doesn't work well, but I went ahead and tested it for myself and it worked fine.

Last night I pulled a bag out of the freezer along with some of my frozen spaghetti sauce (frozen in the freezer containers) and it was a really tasty meal.

Just wanted to share this with everyone.

God Bless,
Anna


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