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January 18, 20170 found this helpful

Experimenting with recipes is fun! And good for you adapting the original to your specific needs. Other gluten-free options include using air-popped popcorn, cooked garbanzo and rice snack mix (from Bulk Barn, if you have one in your area). For an ultra-low fat version (which doesn't include butter), check out https://www.fac  sNOTaFoodGroup/.

January 14, 20170 found this helpful

You can indeed make curry, Jim, without almonds or yogurt. You may want salt and pepper. If you have flour and a small jar with a tight lid, add stock and curry powder, shake very well and cook / stir over medium heat to thicken the sauce. Add your other (already cooked) ingredients but hold back the tomatoes. Serve over rice and garnish with those tomatoes (diced).

January 14, 20170 found this helpful

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January 13, 20170 found this helpful

See if you can find and write down the make and model and even serial number. Contact the manufacturer (if they're still in business). You may have to hunt down re-manned (re-manufactured) parts or investigate making a substitue.

As to heating? Check everything's hooked up the way it's supposed to be (with no gaps in the ductwork / venting). The heating portion may be worn out. Talk to your landlord about replacing it with a newer, second-hand appliance?

January 12, 20170 found this helpful

As you prepare to get up in front of everyone, put aside your own potential nervousness. Think about all the people who have helped you and to whom you would like to convey your appreciation. Sit down with pen and paper and bring each name, each face to mind. Write down your thoughts and feelings as if you were talking to that person, and do the same for everyone on your list. Strive to remember specific circumstances where each individual motivated you and helped you to this point. If you don't have time to, for instance, thank all your team mates individually, strive for one sincere "thank you" for helping: you wouldn't be where you are without them.

January 6, 20170 found this helpful

If I understand you correctly, Philomena, the leather portion of the chair has worn away. What do you think about covering the remaining cloth with a new piece of fabric or leather or even faux leather? I'm sure you've seen the type of thing I mean on lazy boys and other recliners ... something similar to an apron which attaches to the back of the chair and flips over to the front to add a protective or cushioning layer. If you don't sew, fabric glues are available (not as sturdy as sewing, but viable). Check out your local fabric and leather shops to try to find a good match? You won't need much material (fabric or leather): simply measure the area where the leather has worn away, add an inch or two top and bottom as well as each side. Drop a line if you need help sewing leather: wordswork@telus.net.

Hope your hubby's on the mend.

January 6, 20170 found this helpful

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January 6, 20170 found this helpful

Given that your vehicle is new, I'd bet the sprayer is clogged. It's fairly easy to check / clean. Alternatively, if it's still under warranty, let the dealership fix it.

January 5, 20170 found this helpful

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January 5, 20170 found this helpful

Store-bought pesto has plenty of oil in it already. One tablespoon pesto added to hot, cooked-and-drained pasta then tossed like a salad is (to my way of thinking) a much healthier alternative than adding more butter. Faster, too. Add diced tomatoes for visual appeal and nutrition.

January 5, 20170 found this helpful

To prevent razor rash or skin irritation when using razor blades (as opposed to electric razors), store your shaving device in a small container filled with coconut oil. An empty ibuprofen bottle, for example, is just the right width. Heat the coconut oil a bit, pour it into the pill bottle and add your razor. The container should fit nicely on any shower shelf / organizer and the hot water will keep the oil from becoming too solid. The oil not only keeps the blades sharp longer, but adds a layer of protection between the razor and your skin. I've experimented with other oils, including mineral oil, but they become rancid fairly quickly.

January 2, 20170 found this helpful

And if you repot it fairly frequently into progressively larger pots, it can grow to be quite tall. It does well in full sunlight but will require more frequent watering.

January 2, 20170 found this helpful

I agree with cybergrannie, but it's hard to tell from your photograph. Kalanchoes are succulents with thick leaves. If that's the case, you have your answer.

The plant may also be Swedish Ivy (thinner leaves, tends to vine).

The former blooms, the latter not so much.

January 2, 20170 found this helpful

A friend of mine stripped the natural colour from her hair a couple of times, with different dye jobs between (over the course of ~ 6 months). After the fourth treatment (strip, dye, strip, dye) her hair was skimpy, fragile and broke easily: no life whatsoever. Please be careful and perhaps consult a professional?

December 30, 20160 found this helpful

Why not check out a local bead supply store to see if they teach classes? If the guests on your list are all girls, that might be a fun option. Boys, however, might also like to learn to make braided wrist bands?

December 30, 20160 found this helpful

Any lid from any empty jar should do the trick, but if you can find a lid the exact depth / heighth of the hump, you'll be in business.

December 30, 20160 found this helpful

Check the Rotarians or other charitable organization for groups of women who make quilts for the less fortunate? A quilt-supply store might be a good place to start inquiring?

December 28, 20160 found this helpful

And check the fuses. Any blackened ones will need replacing.

December 28, 20160 found this helpful

It's your birthday. What do YOU like to do? And make a party around your preferences. For instance, if you like to cook, hold a pizza party (where everyone makes their own with toppings you all prepare / slice). If you love music and dancing, ask everyone to bring their favourites and clean space in your house for people to dance. You get the idea ....

December 28, 20160 found this helpful

I'm sorry to say this, but if it means preventing a fire and losing everything, please hire an electrician. Mobile homes are notorious for electrical issues. And fires. Do what you can, please, to stay safe.

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