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Delphinus

- Crouton Recipe -

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Delphinus

Do you miss your croutons?

 

Tired of the spikes if you do indulge?

 

I found the solution!

 

Get some sawdust, white Aylmers glue, and some seasoning.

 

Place sawdust and seasoning into bowl. Mix it up well.

 

Squeeze ample amount of glue into bowl so that everything is well saturated.

 

Work it with your hands until it is wet, but not really wet, and it feels like you would be able to form it.

 

Take little bits out, shape into small cubes, and place on a pan to harden, or in oven if you are impatient.

 

When they are done, DO NOT EAT them.

 

No glucose spikes, everybody is happy.

 

Enjoy!

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yannah
Do you miss your croutons?

 

Tired of the spikes if you do indulge?

 

I found the solution!

 

Get some sawdust, white Aylmers glue, and some seasoning.

 

Place sawdust and seasoning into bowl. Mix it up well.

 

Squeeze ample amount of glue into bowl so that everything is well saturated.

 

Work it with your hands until it is wet, but not really wet, and it feels like you would be able to form it.

 

Take little bits out, shape into small cubes, and place on a pan to harden, or in oven if you are impatient.

 

When they are done, DO NOT EAT them.

 

No glucose spikes, everybody is happy.

 

Enjoy!

 

now that was your best work ever!!!!! that was hil-ar-ious!

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Josselyn
Do you miss your croutons?

 

Tired of the spikes if you do indulge?

 

I found the solution!

 

Get some sawdust, white Aylmers glue, and some seasoning.

 

Place sawdust and seasoning into bowl. Mix it up well.

 

Squeeze ample amount of glue into bowl so that everything is well saturated.

 

Work it with your hands until it is wet, but not really wet, and it feels like you would be able to form it.

 

Take little bits out, shape into small cubes, and place on a pan to harden, or in oven if you are impatient.

 

When they are done, DO NOT EAT them.

 

No glucose spikes, everybody is happy.

 

Enjoy!

...if a bit twisted. Thanks for the smile.

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genie86333

Linda!!!!!! When you follow directions in a recipe, it's VERY VERY important to follow ALL of them.

 

But this does bring out a very important question - would a wooden toothpick help getting splinters out of teeth, or would it make the problem worse?

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Linda!!!!!! When you follow directions in a recipe, it's VERY VERY important to follow ALL of them.

 

But this does bring out a very important question - would a wooden toothpick help getting splinters out of teeth, or would it make the problem worse?

 

 

Oh ... ADHD and insulin are gonna be a great mix, huh?

 

And why IS France so far away ... ? OH LOOK A BIRD!

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Jae
Do you miss your croutons?

 

Tired of the spikes if you do indulge?

 

I found the solution!

 

Get some sawdust, white Aylmers glue, and some seasoning.

 

Place sawdust and seasoning into bowl. Mix it up well.

 

Squeeze ample amount of glue into bowl so that everything is well saturated.

 

Work it with your hands until it is wet, but not really wet, and it feels like you would be able to form it.

 

Take little bits out, shape into small cubes, and place on a pan to harden, or in oven if you are impatient.

 

When they are done, DO NOT EAT them.

 

No glucose spikes, everybody is happy.

 

Enjoy!

 

oh come on now just try one?

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Delphinus
oh come on now just try one?

 

I'm waiting on you Jae.

 

I mean I made them, you can do the rest, by test driving them. :D

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GretchO

i had to read this post to a coworker (Type 2) prefacing it with, of course, "i spend an inordinate amount of time at work reading DF and not working, and this is wicked funny..." so as to have at least a little bit of context. she loved it, so you've brightened the lives of at least two people :). i'm glad i could share the wealth without getting fired.

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