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  • joyinabasket 6 years ago
    We have high compatibility tastes so I cannot wait to try some of your recipes!
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  • grizzlybear 6 years ago
    So I take it my avatar got you going....hahahahahaha

    I changed it ...I have a few of them.....so let me know when you need a change in senery.......LOL..LOL

    I hope you have a lovely day........

    good din to ya
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  • debra47 6 years ago
    Love your avatar! AS we have high taste compatibility I am looking forward to seeing your recipes. Hope you have as much fun as I do here.
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  • vindee 6 years ago
    If you love coffee, we have to be friends!!
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  • julesong 6 years ago
    It's regular rice, Hungry Diva. :) And yep, there's a *big* difference. Minute Rice, from what I understand, is rice that has been cooked, mushed up, then reformed into rice-shaped little pieces so that it re-constitutes quickly. It doesn't taste anything like real, regular rice. Converted Rice is *not* the same as Minute Rice, either - it's simply been precooked, I believe, and can be quite tasty and doesn't stick together at all. This recipe, however, is for good, plain old regular rice. :) California longgrain, Basmati, or Jasmine will work fine.
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    The milk in containers on the shelf (in Germany) is very good, when I bought it, I refrigerated what I was going to use (drink) and when it was cold (I love my milk COLD) it was very good, like reg. milk in the Dairy section of the Grocery Store...
    Canned milk is very strong in flavor, but good for baking..
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    You are so Welcome sweetie, I was surprised to find milk (unrefrigerated) on the shelves in stores in Germany! I'm surprised they don't have it in the USA.
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  • sparow64 6 years ago
    Thanks for the nice comment on the Heath Bar Apple Dip. Welcome to the group. It's a blast!!
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    Evaporated milk is a shelf-stable canned milk product with about 60% of the water removed from fresh milk. Evaporated milk was popular before refrigeration as a substitute for perishable fresh milk, because it could be reconstituted by adding water. In present times, household use is most often for desserts and baking. When mixed with an equal amount of water, it can be substituted for fresh milk in recipes.
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    Evaporated milk will be in a can (not condensed milk, which is sweetened), it strong in flavor and water may be added to it to make it palatable if you were to use it to drink. Allot of recipes want the evaporated milk for flavor. There are allot of different brands.. ie: Pet, Carnation.. hope this helps...
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