Name the last thing you ate and drank


#201

Bowl of popcorn. Slice of parmesan. Glass of milk. Glass of orange juice w/ brewer’s yeast - blenderized. (in reverse order)


#202

Can you taste the Brewers yeast?I sometimes take apple cider vinegar (mother)
but struggle with the taste :grimacing:


#203

:smile: Hope you are sitting down. I actually like the taste of it - when it is blended with orange juice. Don’t ask me why. I have no idea. I do this every Friday. It does have to be a special kind; other brands I hate. I order it online. I went vegetarian when I was 14 and my dad told me brewer’s yeast was good for vegetarians; I did it a lot when I was like 17. Kind of a walk down memory lane…I just took it back up about 6 years ago. I don’t expect others to understand it. :wink: No worries.


#204

:weary: …was sitting thank goodness.I think yeast is high in vitamin B’s
I do like vegemite and marmite :slight_smile:


#205

Yes, it has a good amount of a lot of things, including iron and B vitamins. It is quite expensive. I only eat two tablespoons a week in my one glass of orange juice so I am a little skeptical of how many nutrients I am really getting; sounds a little too good to be true - I keep it in the fridge for a couple of months. But is it about the taste - again I realize and accept that you are not on board with that :slight_smile: but I just LOVE it. If it makes you feel better I don’t think I know anybody who agrees with me on this…

https://www.vitacost.com/twinlab-brewers-yeast?csrc=PPCADW-&mtp=s0aBZu3Zi-dc|pcrid|166840069599|&gclid=Cj0KCQiAmITRBRCSARIsAEOZmr5PLbBmCtvAhTQFAKzoh1cnVC8F8-Lv0E_NOarYzOastv4F-yBzf-oaAjq6EALw_wcB


#206

I love malt from the health shop…maybe it might mix well.
Macca is something that gives me a real energy boost .My son tells me if you pinch your nose then you can’t taste :slight_smile: I might trial Brewers yeast for a few months.


#207

Ah…a convert. Excellent. I await your report. And it does have kind of a malty thing going on. If you like malt, you might just like brewer’s yeast.


#208

I LOVE malt…also hops…I’ve been a homebrewer for 35 years…


#209

Tostitos and 7-layer dip, homemade chili, and a good pale ale.


#210

Whopper, fries and Coca-Cola.

And just now, seltzer water w my nighttime meds.


#211

Kale salad and a pork chop,berries for afterwards


#212

Toaster Scrambles, Southern Comfort Eggnog (non-alcoholic) and seltzer water.


#213

A Subway Reuben with brown mustard and horseradish sauce, a good kosher dill pickle, and a very good German lager.


#214

An apple and a very small Port. (Wine that is ,)


#215

They still have the Reuben? Awesome! I hope they still have it Wednesday. I would love that to be the first thing i eat after my surgery.

Haven’t eaten anything yet but getting ready to make toast.


#216

Some fried chicken lauriat and iced tea


#217

My mother found a recipe for baked okra and couldn’t wait to try it. We’ve decided we prefer our okra fried.


#218

I haven’t had okra for years :slight_smile: Is it readily available in Supermarkets?
Had Cheese balls and tic tacs while watching Perfect Storm (I ate them too quickly as the movie was gripping!)


#219

Yes, Greenfields, it’s readily available in supermarkets. I was surprised to see it on special, a Buy One, Get One Free or as we used to call it, a 2 fer. I bought two more lbs of okra yesterday and plan to grow my own next year when I hope to have a garden again (if nothing happens to my mother which is why I didn’t have one this year).

Love cheese balls. Do you buy them or make your own? I’m going to try and make my own this year. I usually get them at Walmart or Kroger. Wish Publix would have them. I can’t get enough of them.

I just finished eating some Toaster Strudel (strawberry).


#220

I just buy them.I tried growing okra once, no luck :slight_smile: Berries almost ready here on the bush,looks like a year for pumpkins in my garden!
Having coffee now :slight_smile:


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