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      Nathalie Girard wrote Feb 14, 2010
    • I agree. Nothing better than to eat the real thing. Nothing in powder, just make it in your kitchen with the basic ingredients.  

      Since living abroad, I have been learning how to make the basics. Weird thing is I always bought already-made food thinking I had no time to prepare them. Turns out it isn’t that long to make it yourself plus it tastes 500% better!

      Now there is NO WAY I would buy already made soup, tomato sauce or salad dressing. I buy fresh veggies and fruits from the local market and make them myself.



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      Max0125 wrote Feb 14, 2010
    • I agree with you. I no longer buy soups and sauces and cook everything from scratch. I think that being organized is 99% of the battle. I swear that i can make a meal faster than takeout and it is healthier too. I believe that there was a recent study that discovered that dieters who cooked for themselves lost more weight.



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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Feb 15, 2010
    • I’ve been a cook since I could stand on a stool and reach the stove. My grandmother was an Italian imigrant and most of my cooking I learned from her and my mom. Everything in our house was from scratch and that’s the way I’ve always done it. Even in my chocolates I won’t use anything that’s not real. I use honey instead of corn syrup as a preservative and anti humectant and my caramel is made with organic sugar, fresh cream, real vanilla bean and real butter. It takes longer and it’s harder to get that caramel consistency but it’s worth it.



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