Wednesday, July 15, 2015

BROWNIES!

Though these brownies are on the darker more bitter side and they get more intensive as they setup, the the science is correct. Even better, I'm navigating my way around digestive and autoimmune issues, one bake at a time.

And that makes me one VERY happy whisk.

PS: Yesterday's answer was garbanzo beans and garbanzo (chickpea) flour. Brownies for all who played. Unless you don't fancy brownies, than you get toe jam. Enjoy.




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  1. I thought they might be chickpeas, but forgot to comment yesterday.

    Glad to hear that your are working around your conditions to find tasty food you can eat.

    As for the third brownie to make your mind up, I fear you may need a larger sample size for a true determination ;) :)

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    1. You're right. I may need to sample a fourth brownie. You know, just to be super duper sure.

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    2. Well, to make it more scientific you should really aim for a fifth to give a decisive result - 4 could give you a tied result :)

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    3. Excellent advice. I will do that because I am abaker who loves science. So this approach makes sense. Thanks.

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  2. LOL "one bake at a time" you crack me up! I haven't had my coffee yet but boy one of those brownies would just enhance my morning ritual!

    I agree with you, you should find out if you like them or not, a THIRD piece sound sooo reasonable...

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    1. This is honestly the way I deal with being sick, one bake at a time. It helps me heal. I'll teleport you and Mrs, Richard a few brownies. Also, very cool that you'll be blogging more.

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  3. Umm, they look so yummy. Wish you lived closer. I could help you determine their quality.

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    1. That would be fun. And we could eat asparagus. Yum!

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  4. Mmmmm they look yummy. I had terrible toe jam yesterday from wearing new socks while working out. UGH!!!!

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    1. Sorry to hear about the real-life toe jam. Here's hoping your toes are jam-free, the rest of the weekend.

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  5. I will take them, yummy! Hope the rash settles down today.

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    1. Sorry to read about your son. Doesn't seem right to cut his hours like that. Glad it didn't hurt is average.

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  6. My gosh....those brownies look perfect! I would love to live next door to you. I could be your taste tester! :)

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    1. That would be fun. We can eat our veggie heaven pizzas and the men Could eat the caveman grunt special.

      Did you garden. Been a pretty last two days, here.

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    2. Hahaha...caveman grunt special :) Love that.

      I gardened on Monday. And hope to do some more tomorrow morning. Today I will try to do some miniature photography. I'm due. Plus, it's my favourite thing!

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  7. It sounds like you have a WHOLE LOT of virtual taste testers ready to help you out if you could figure out a way to get some brownies to us :-)

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    1. My darn teleport machine is broken, again.

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  8. It only takes two brownies ... the third may be a step too far !!!

    All the best Jan

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    1. That's the great thing about these buggers, they're not heavy and filled with crap. Still, I had to go for that 3rd one. You know, just to be sure.

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  9. Now add some of that ice cream you make and you've got a real treat. Although brownies alone, especially three are a damn good start! :)

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    1. I never even thought of that. Thanks for the idea.

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  10. I love brownies. A third one should do the trick on deciding if you like them.

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    1. I thought so too. You know, just to be sure.

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    1. loved those purple flowers next to the white on that picture, from your blog.

      No pecans in the brownies, either.

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  12. I love brownies! They are so yummy :)

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    1. Hi Sharon. Welcome to my little corner of the Internet. Do you like to bake?

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  13. I will have any brownies you don't eat. Yummy!

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    1. You got it. Did you get any frozen fruit yet?

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  14. Three's the charm!! They look ridiculously delicious. Hope you and Tim are enjoying them! :)

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    1. I thought so, too. Three times the charm.

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  15. Acck I missed your post yesterday. I love chickpeas !
    I roast them addictive. I have a chickpea flour recipe that I want to try.
    Clever lady ! your brownies look yummy.
    Thank You for the complement about my photos of the Veggies.
    I think your photos of your food is spot on !

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Thanks Parsnip. I've never had one of those on your blog, but will price them next time I'm at the market.

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  16. Brownies are great with Girl Guide cookies :) That's one scary hand!

    Gary

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    1. Just got back from reading your post. Well-written. Hopefully some good will come of The situation. That poor lady sounds ill. And her dog, dangerous.

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    1. Hello saucy and welcome to my blog. Thanks for stopping by.

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  18. If you ate two, they must be fairly good. :) I really like brownies.

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    1. I really could not tell if I liked them at first, or not.

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  19. These brownies look delicious Ivy!

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    1. Thanks. How are your twin girls doing?

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  20. I enjoy your lil sketches. so funny. And yup, three brownies sounds about right!

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    1. Thanks, Michael. I enjoy drawing and writing them. Fun stuff, art and writing.

      Hope all is well on your end.

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