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It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if anyone uses it,
and on what - and is it worth the price?

Elaine


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elaine wrote:
> It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if anyone

uses it,
> and on what - and is it worth the price?
>
> Elaine


Wonderful stuff... hop onto this rubber sheet and I'll demonstrate.

Sheldon

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> elaine wrote:
>> It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if anyone

> uses it,
>> and on what - and is it worth the price?
>>
>> Elaine

>
> Wonderful stuff... hop onto this rubber sheet and I'll demonstrate.
>
> Sheldon


In Arkansas it's a jar of Crisco and a plastic drop cloth.

;-)

Dimitri


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> elaine wrote:
> > It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if anyone

> uses it,
> > and on what - and is it worth the price?
> >
> > Elaine

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> Wonderful stuff... hop onto this rubber sheet and I'll demonstrate.
>
> Sheldon


sounds kinky, let's do it


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"Sheldon" > wrote:

> elaine wrote:
> > It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if anyone

> uses it,
> > and on what - and is it worth the price?
> >
> > Elaine

>
> Wonderful stuff... hop onto this rubber sheet and I'll demonstrate.
>
> Sheldon


Just take the sheets off the waterbed and open a bottle of olive
oil..... ;-D
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elaine wrote:
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> > elaine wrote:
> > > It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if

anyone
> > uses it,
> > > and on what - and is it worth the price?
> > >
> > > Elaine

> >
> > Wonderful stuff... hop onto this rubber sheet and I'll demonstrate.


> >
> > Sheldon

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> sounds kinky, let's do it


Oh goody... you drizzle and I'll lick, then we can switch.

Sheldon

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"Sheldon" > wrote:

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> > > elaine wrote:
> > > > It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if

> anyone
> > > uses it,
> > > > and on what - and is it worth the price?
> > > >
> > > > Elaine
> > >
> > > Wonderful stuff... hop onto this rubber sheet and I'll demonstrate.

>
> > >
> > > Sheldon

> >
> > sounds kinky, let's do it

>
> Oh goody... you drizzle and I'll lick, then we can switch.
>
> Sheldon
>


Whipped cream for dessert?
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elaine wrote:

> It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if anyone
> uses it,
> and on what - and is it worth the price?
>
> Elaine


It's very good on a tossed green salad with a bit of lime juice and some
crumbled blue cheese, i also add it to artichoke bread when i make it.
It make a nice pesto (however untraditional) sofregit, moussaka, just
about any way you would use olive oil for flavour you can use avocado
oil.
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> It's expensive ($15 for a small bottle) but I'm wondering if anyone uses

it,
> and on what - and is it worth the price?
>
> Elaine



I have two bottles, one blood orange, and one lime. I use the blood orange
with fish and salad dressings, the lime with chicken, carne asada, fajitas.

I love them both

kimberly
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