Saturday, March 14, 2015

The Answer is ...

The answer to Friday's Question is dried beet root flakes, which I make from leftover juicing pulp.

Everyone who played wins. But to my friend Pat, who emailed me the correct answer, you get 8 rolls of 2-ply, each roll autographed by Tim.

Thanks to all who played.

In other news, it's after 2AM and I just looked over at Tim. He's at his desk with his eyes closed. I'm not sure he knows it. I'm gonna poke him and see what happens.

30 comments:

  1. Missed the question I'm afraid, I probably wouldn't have known the answer???

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    1. Hey Rayolla - Thanks for dropping by today.

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  2. Darn! I was so close to the right answer... well I guess it's back to using the newspaper :(

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    1. You still win. Everyone always gets my gross and not-a-all-useful, prizes.

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  3. Happy Spring! Love your header today (a lovely bunch of colourful flowers - it might have changed to something else by the time someone reads this).

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    1. Thanks, Sheila - I was trying to hold out until the first day of spring to post the new banner, but instead, I just posted it tonight.

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  4. Oh, I just saw this post after I took a guess and it looks like I was off!

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    1. And I just noticed your header. Love love love it!

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    2. You still win, just for playing and being the wonderful you, you are.

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    3. Thanks. I got tired of waiting for actual spring. Had to post it.

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  5. Great fun header!

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    1. Thanks, Pam. Hope your eating lots of yummy things this weekend.

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  6. LOVE your spring flower header! And who knew? Beetroot flakes...didn't even know there was such a thing, interesting.

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    1. I love to use juicing pulp to make all kinds of stuff. Less waste, more fun.

      Thanks about the banner.

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    1. Thanks bunches. Hope your friend sells lots and lots of books.

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  8. Dried beet root flakes? I didn't know such a thing even existed!

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    1. It's a fun way to make natural food dye. Or, just sprinkle into stuff. Yum.

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  9. But do you use the dried beet root flakes for mulch ?

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Hey Parsnip - I blitz the flakes into a powder and use it as food dye.

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  10. Sorry to be repetitive, but I also like the header, and I have not heard of dried beet root flakes, either.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words.

      Hope you're having a groovy weekend.

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  11. That is a great picture. I don't think I would have figured it out.

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  12. Dried beet roots!! I think look amazing Ivy!

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  13. Spring, if only

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  14. I was close


    on opposite day

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  15. I love your header. :)

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  16. I love your header. :)

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