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November 09, 2010

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j9c

How about whipping that cream with a hand-crank egg beater? Y'know, like http://www.lehmans.com/store/Kitchen___Helpers_and_Accessories___Utensils_and_Tools___Our_Best_Egg_Beater___02779?Args=

(aka http://tinyurl.com/2c74lkb )?

That's what we use. Fun! And it helps to mitigate the caloric intake issue, if only psychologically.

dayton physician

Hey everyone. Interesting idea for a blog. I have been checking out a lot of blogs and forums recently. Some are really informative some are entertaining and some are a real crack up. I've got to admit it, good job on this blog, I'll be sure to look in again real soon.

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Cream Chargers

I think if the chargers are used appropriately then they are not too bad for the enviroment.

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