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I just received the peacoat: it's exactly what I was looking for! It was a pleasure doing business with you.
Quote: Originally Posted by blank But I also grind the oats into a fine powder in the blender when I get a bag, then store it in tupperware for easy scooping and dissolving and digesting. Do you still get the same nutritional value from them this way -- probably more, right, since I'll consume more and throw less out in the sludge at the bottom of the shake? Grinding grain causes it to go rancid faster. I suspect it's not fast enough to make...
Chocolate-covered coffee beans in trail mix > campfire coffee
What's the fabric composition and chest measurement of the Burberry sweater? Thank you.
Here's what I've gathered from reading online articles and forums: Muscles need glucose. Other sugars can be converted into glucose, but it takes enzymes time. Monosaccharides are absorbed quickly, polysaccharides need to be broken down. glucose > fructose > galactose monosaccharide > disaccharide > polysaccharide sucrose = glucose + fructose disaccharide lactose = glucose + galactose disaccharide dextrose = glucose monosaccharide maltodextrin = glucose...
Quote: Originally Posted by Tarmac She's short? Whatever you do, don't get Issey, it is a really unflattering scent for her body type. The citrus notes will accentuate her stubbiness This thread is useless without pics.
Quote: Originally Posted by BPerm Mon & Thurs - Workout A: DB press Flat Bench Press DB Fly's Cable Fly's Incline DB press Incline Fly's Decline Bench Press Decline DB press Decline Fly's Hammer Curls BB curls SB curls Abs-20 minutes Sprints-20 minutes (longest Day) Out of curiosity, just how long is that?
Geeze, I was just doing some research about this and it turns out the USDA doesn't even regulate the term "free range" for eggs. I give up: the only way to get good eggs is buy them from the farmer.
Quote: Originally Posted by Lucky Strike You could get a vintage Burberry and have it altered: What did you have done?
BTW: It's not a trenchcoat, it's a double-breasted overcoat.
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