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Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. Eat
very slowly.

--Bryan

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On Jan 12, 11:49*am, Bryan wrote:
Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.

--Bryan


Another example of obsessive micromanaging.

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On Jan 12, 12:32*pm, John Kuthe wrote:
On Jan 12, 11:49*am, Bryan wrote:

Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


Another example of obsessive micromanaging.

John Kuthe...


And EWWW! You mixed cocoa with anything but cocoa butter??!!

FAKE chocolate!!!

;-)

John Kuthe...
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Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good
Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in.
Eat
very slowly.

--Bryan


You just went down another notch on my Nutty Scale. This sounds like
a great late-night snack (but, of course, I'll use sugar).

Felice


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On Jan 12, 1:28*pm, "Felice" wrote:
"Bryan" wrote in message



Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good
Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in.
Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


You just went down another *notch on my Nutty Scale. This sounds like
a great late-night snack (but, of course, I'll use sugar).

Felice


I was in the grocery store yesterday and a man with his young son
asked his son which kind of syrup they should buy and he wisely
verbally listed several kinds including maple syrup. The son who was
about 2 or 3 picked maple, and I interjected "Good choice!" and in
briefly talking with the father about maple syrup told him how I used
to keep a bottle in my kitchen and would sometimes just take a small
"swig" as liquid candy! The father agreed that yes, maple syrup is
very yummy (my words).

Bryan was just making a little chocolate syrup. His own custom heart
healthy CVD minimizing FAKE chocolate syrup. Like that much would
cause you to "throw a clot" and have an MI or a stroke!!!

;-)

John Kuthe...

Reminds me of this cartoon I saw once of this obviously VERY old man,
all wrinkled up and hunched over sitting up on the doctor's examining
table and the doctor sitting on his little stool reading a chart and
he says to the man "You know all that healthy living you did to
prolong your life another 10 years? Well, these are those 10 years!"

DOH!! ;-)

John Kuthe...


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On Jan 12, 1:28*pm, John Kuthe wrote:
On Jan 12, 12:32*pm, John Kuthe wrote:

On Jan 12, 11:49*am, Bryan wrote:


Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


Another example of obsessive micromanaging.


John Kuthe...


And EWWW! You mixed cocoa with anything but cocoa butter??!!

FAKE chocolate!!!


I didn't call it chocolate, but "chocolate flavored," and it was mixed
with cream and virgin coconut oil, not hydrogenated garbage. Cocoa
butter would have been even nicer.

;-)

John Kuthe...


--Bryan
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On Jan 12, 1:28*pm, "Felice" wrote:
"Bryan" wrote in message



Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good
Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in.
Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


You just went down another *notch on my Nutty Scale. This sounds like
a great late-night snack (but, of course, I'll use sugar).


I'd use confectioner's sugar because the sugar won't dissolve, and you
don't want it to be gritty.

Felice


--Bryan
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On Jan 12, 2:10*pm, Bryan wrote:
On Jan 12, 1:28*pm, John Kuthe wrote:



On Jan 12, 12:32*pm, John Kuthe wrote:


On Jan 12, 11:49*am, Bryan wrote:


Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


Another example of obsessive micromanaging.


John Kuthe...


And EWWW! You mixed cocoa with anything but cocoa butter??!!


FAKE chocolate!!!


I didn't call it chocolate, but "chocolate flavored," and it was mixed
with cream and virgin coconut oil, not hydrogenated garbage. *Cocoa
butter would have been even nicer.



;-)


John Kuthe...


--Bryan


It was FAKE chocolate, the same as the "compound coating" I use to
enrobe most of my Christmas candy is FAKE chocolate. And thus just as
unacceptably disgusting as you go on about the FAKE chocolate I use
is!!

John Kuthe...
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On Jan 12, 9:49*am, Bryan wrote:
Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.

--Bryan


Hey Bryan.....check this out. Decadent, delicious, easy peasey.

http://www.marksdailyapple.com/decad...#axzz1jHNkRr97
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On Jan 12, 2:52*pm, ImStillMags wrote:
On Jan 12, 9:49*am, Bryan wrote:

Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


Hey Bryan.....check this out. * *Decadent, delicious, easy peasey.

http://www.marksdailyapple.com/decad...ipped-cream-wi...


I've made that enough times, only w/o the coconut. It's nice to add
some Chambord liqueur to the whipped cream (and a couple drops of
liquid sucralose).

--Bryan


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On Jan 12, 3:13*pm, Bryan wrote:
On Jan 12, 2:52*pm, ImStillMags wrote:

On Jan 12, 9:49*am, Bryan wrote:


Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


Hey Bryan.....check this out. * *Decadent, delicious, easy peasey.


http://www.marksdailyapple.com/decad...ipped-cream-wi...


I've made that enough times, only w/o the coconut. *It's nice to add
some Chambord liqueur to the whipped cream (and a couple drops of
liquid sucralose).

--Bryan


Without the coconut? You mean you made it with whipped cream?

I used to make a similar dessert thing out of slices of pound cake
laid flat on a plate and drizzled with Chambord, slathered in various
berries, topped with whipped cream (Reddi Whip! It's REAL whipped
cream!) and then drizzled with Hershey's syrup! YUM!!!

John Kuthe...

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On Jan 12, 1:13*pm, Bryan wrote:
On Jan 12, 2:52*pm, ImStillMags wrote:

On Jan 12, 9:49*am, Bryan wrote:


Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


Hey Bryan.....check this out. * *Decadent, delicious, easy peasey.


http://www.marksdailyapple.com/decad...ipped-cream-wi...


I've made that enough times, only w/o the coconut. *It's nice to add
some Chambord liqueur to the whipped cream (and a couple drops of
liquid sucralose).

--Bryan


The thing about using the coconut cream instead of whipping cream is
that you avoid the dairy.....if you want to avoid the dairy.
It's delicious.
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On Jan 12, 4:41*pm, ImStillMags wrote:
On Jan 12, 1:13*pm, Bryan wrote:









On Jan 12, 2:52*pm, ImStillMags wrote:


On Jan 12, 9:49*am, Bryan wrote:


Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


--Bryan


Hey Bryan.....check this out. * *Decadent, delicious, easy peasey..


http://www.marksdailyapple.com/decad...ipped-cream-wi....


I've made that enough times, only w/o the coconut. *It's nice to add
some Chambord liqueur to the whipped cream (and a couple drops of
liquid sucralose).


--Bryan


The thing about using the coconut cream instead of whipping cream is
that you avoid the dairy.....if you want to avoid the dairy.
It's delicious.


Why would I want to avoid dairy? The single item that I miss the most
is milk.

--Bryan
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On Jan 12, 9:58*pm, Sqwertz wrote:
On Thu, 12 Jan 2012 09:49:28 -0800 (PST), Bryan wrote:
Melt 1 t of coconut oil in a ramekin, and stir in 2 t of good Dutched
cocoa. Stir in a drop or two of vanilla extract, and 3-4 drops of
liquid sucralose. *Them add 1 t of heavy cream and stir that in. *Eat
very slowly.


How else can you eat slightly more than a tablespoon of anything other
than very quickly? Even if I did think it worthwhile to under-take
such a task in the first place?

-sw


Bryan is obsessive. He could easily eat it a milliliter at a time.

John Kuthe...


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