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Lymetoo
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For cleaning, bathing, haircare, skincare.... Whatever!!

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How about Reach Total Care dental floss .. Stretchy floss very easy to use. Love it!

Herbal Essences hair spray and mousse.

Aubrey Organics shampoo.

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Hersheys' Chocolate Bar with Almonds (I wish)

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Clorox wipes. My electric broom. Swiffer dusters. Windex wipes. Paper plates and plastic cups. Those are a must. Anything that makes cleaning house easier. Of course a MAID would make it easier! Im actually considering finding one. And those face cleansing towelettes! Great for removing make up. When i bother putting any on that is. And my razor that has soap around the blades. Makes it easier to keep up with shaving. [Smile]
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One of my favorite things is real lavender oil. I don't know what I did without it.

I put it in my bath water, put it on my pillow at night, I even clean with it sometimes.

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cordor!! [lol]

ANY chocolate is OK by me!!

Misfit... I just recently bought one of those "Venus Embrace" razors. I'm more impressed than I thought I would be! Nice!

kids.. I like lavender too. Nice and fresh!

How about .. UDI's gluten free whole grain bread? good stuff!

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Udi's gluten free bread is by far the best gf product I have found. And that includes trying to make homemade gf bread! (although I do have a great recipe for gf Irish soda bread)

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Manderson,
You must immediately share that recipe or face the consequences.

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Id be interested in eyeballing that recipe myself! Thanks for the memory jog tutu...i forget everything these days. And if were having chocolate..sign me up! I dont have any cos walmarts been out so i dont know the brand but they sell cocoa almonds that have 1 bitty gram of sugar per serving. Theyre in 100 calorie snack bags but theyre great for a chocolate fix!
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joje! [lol]

misfit.. hope that chocolate comes in soon!

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I love DOVE WHITE soap!

I think I am going to start eating it too

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Walmart finally had them...theyre Emerald brand cocoa roast almonds. They only problem is they come in those 100 calorie packs. And theyre kinda pricey imho. But DH loves them and usually just eats the whole box lol!
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Misfit.. I haven't heard of those.. Maybe I shouldn't check it out!? [lol]

Dove.. yeah, that's good!

I like Softsoap body wash or Caress. I may order a safer organic brand next month. Vitacost has some at reasonable prices.

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If you can stop at one bag... [Smile] And paul must be getting desperate if hes eyeballing the soap as something to eat!
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Yeah, I knew a kid who used to eat dirt. I think Paul is getting pretty hungry over there!! [Big Grin]

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I love my steam mop
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Ive wanted to get one of those steam mops but someone said you cant use them on hardwood floors...no matter what they say. Id really like to have one tho!
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Maybe the chemicals would ruin the wood? or the steam would dry it out??

OH.. favorite brewed tea....

CAIN'S .. can only be found in certain stores .. Love it!

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Omg you brought me to my knees with the cains iced tea. I havent had that in MONTHS. All the cafes here use cains. And someone told me that the steam from the mops warps the wood. Made me afraid to try one.
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oh and Progresso Black Bean soup over brown rice.

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AND chocolate

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YES... and chocolate!! [Big Grin]

Misfit.. that is where I found out about Cain's.. not in OK.. but in a restaurant somewhere. The tea was so good, I asked what the brand was. Now I'm HOOKED!!

Like a true Texan, I can have iced tea in the dead of a Missouri winter! [lick]

---wait a minute--- What's a "true Texan" doing in MO?? [shake]

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Tutu...probably the same thing a TRUE TEXAN is doing in okla lol! You can take the girl outta texas but you cant take the texas outta the girl. We texans are a proud of our state bunch huh? And if were having chocolate would someone please pass me some??
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quote:
Originally posted by Misfit:
You can take the girl outta texas but you cant take the texas outta the girl.

I'm so lame, I have a T shirt that says that!! [Razz] [Big Grin]

Where were you born?

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In regards to recipe for Irish soda bread, I sent via PM to those who requested it. It's from "1,000 Gluten free Recipes" by Carol Fenster. This recipe is GF, but is not low yeast due to sorghum flour. If anyone else is interested, I can send recipe - Just let me know.

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I was born in san antonio. The old brooke army medical center. And manderson..thank you for the recipe! It sounds delish and like something fun to make with my daughters. I cant talk them into a homemade tamale making party...maybe theyll make bread with me!
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OOOO, tamales!!!!! [lick] [lick]

I'll PM you manderson! Is the recipe easy and not 100 ingredients??? If it goes past 4 ingredients, I'm out!! [Big Grin] [lol]

misfit... I was born in Houston.

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Garlic Salt

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[lol] Really?? me too .. McCormick's

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I love Bare Minerals makeup. It actually IS what it promises to be.

I'm an "ivory girl" (actually Dove), not a makeup wearer, but when I do get dressed up or made up I now have something that doesn't feel thick and heavy or irritate my skin.

Love the Reach dental floss - also Glide floss,

Chocolate of course (I'm not crazy),

Granulated garlic (good flavor, easy prep)

Spinach (I could eat it at every meal!),

Jordan Almonds!!! (my house is "nut free" so a rare treat),

Haven't gotten around to trying the Dove soap yet, I'll take Paul's word for it!

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swiffer wetjet spray cleaner (i know, i know)
my 65 inch high def tv set
netflix
signature club a makeup from hsn
mexican food
indian food (especially chicken curry)
ranch in wyoming
texas roadhouse filet mignon
turtles (the chocolate kind with pecans)
yellowstone park
2010 camaro

ooops, sorry, got carried away, you said products..

well all those things make me happy.

and gerard butler.

hehehhe

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Honda Accord

Anything from LL Bean!

Coach bags (the old style-GOOD leather ones)

Clark's clogs

Dove soap & Olay face cream

Bounty paper towels

Talbot's (when on sale!!)

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oh and Beagles and Daschunds

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oh i forgot, labrador dogs....

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Wet Ones singles (individually wrapped)

Gold Bold Ultimate lotion works great for dry chapped hands in the winter

Mary Kay Nourishine Lip Gloss is the best lip product I have ever used

Preference by L'oreal

Bath and Body Works Antibacterial pump hand soaps in soooo many great scents (I love to give several of these as hostess gifts)

Garlic Grilled Jumbo Shrimp at Red Lobster

Filet Mignon

Scalloped Potatoes

Pasta Bolognese in Little Italy NYC

Chocolate would be #1 but I can't eat it so I almost didn't mention it

Target

Kohl's

Toastitoes Footwarmers when it is necessary to be outside for long periods in the winter

Whey protein shakes made with fresh strawberries and bananas

Seventh Generation bathroom cleaner

Tresemme non-aerosol hair spray

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Avalon Organics Lemon Shower Gel - and their Lemon shampoo.

No artificial ingredients, no fake scents, just lemon oil - no petroleum products (as are in most shampoos and soaps).
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OH YES!! Kohl's!!

Is "Border Collie" a "brand?" [Big Grin]

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My #1:

San Pellegrino Sparkling Mineral Water. It tastes best if you drink it directly from the bottle at a 30 degree angle from your face.

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coffee!
wood clogs
muckluk slippers
airwalk footwear: the cheap ones from payless
jeans: levi's/converse
my old quicksilver hoodie
old thin t-shirts
vintage flannel shirts
fun, comfortable dresses just to wear around the house
cotton dishtowels from dollar tree
wigwam ragwool socks
seventh generation products
body fantasies cotton candy body spray
pyrex, fire king, and anchor hocking glassware stuff
trader joe's seaweed snack things
homogenized but not pasteurized whole milk in glass bottles
fage yogurt
arrowhead mills puffed corn
grits!

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Lots of good stuff. I will be back when I have the strength to get up and get the new shampoo and conditioner I got that I finally like after trying many other non toxic shampoo's.

And to read more of what others wrote.

Still trying to find a non toxic laundry soap that actually takes the stains out. And non toxic dishwasher soap.

I do enjoy starbucks fraps vanilla in the bottle not from the coffee shop now and then but with the cooler temps need to find a good warm drink.

Haven't found a hot chocolate that works yet with no or limited sugar.

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Before lyme when I could afford it, I like chenille robes...floor length

Karen nuerberg (sp) flannel pj's

Lancome and clinique make up...I know i used one brand for lipstick ,et cand the other for mascara, liner blush, etc but can't recall now which one was for which.

Can't recall the name of the purse I used but they were back friendly and leather

I liked my boyfriends back clothes and democracy

Oops...I think this was supposed to be cleaning products?? Sorry, got side tracked.

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Back to cleaning products...etc I like the dry brush I use...someone here on lymenet recommended it

AFter trying many that the handle fell off of this one has been great and lasted a long time

I'll be back with the name of it too.

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kam, what do you mean by back clothes and democracy? [Wink]
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board games!!! how could i forget???

history of the world
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/224/history-of-the-world

memoir 44
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/10630/memoir-44

settlers of catan
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/13/the-settlers-of-catan

agricola
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/31260/agricola

oregon
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/31497/oregon

tobago
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/42215/tobago

age of discovery
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/27165/age-of-discovery

nacho loco
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/27674/nacho-loco

and backgammon ...

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Novy

My Boyfriends BAck is a name of a company that two ladies started in their garage and it went big.

Don't know if they are still in business or not. But, had free flowing skirts and matching jackets.

I still have the skirts but can't wear them in the power chair...the wheels catch them and rip them at the seams.

Democracy is also a name of a company that had quality clothing. Soft cotton pants that went well with My Boyfriends Back jackets!

Don't know if they are still in business or not.

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This is a good list of goodies!!

Dekrator.. I like your list.. but please take out all the non-gluten free items I can't eat!! [Wink] [lol]

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OK Just got done taking my sit down shower.

Shampoo and Conditioner I am currently using is Desert Essence Organic Coconut Shampoo and Conditioner

I most likely will purchase it again depending on cost.

Body wash is Avalon Organics Bath and Shower Gel Lavender

it is lasting a long time

Toothpaste is Nature's Gate

OK brain is going

I have a non toxic deorderant but don't like it..I have tried several and have yet to find one I like so will be checking what others are using later.

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ipod

droid

chenille robe

p o o d l e s!

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Maybelline Full & Soft mascara
Victoria's Secret Beauty Rush lip gloss
Nicole by OPI nail polish
Biolage hair products

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My old huss (my cat) who follows me everywhere and sleeps by my feet at nite. I cant stand to have my feet covered so he keeps them warm. Rubbing his fur is relaxing too. Does that make him a product? [Smile]
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Revlon's Fabulash mascara.

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Chia seeds added to my protein shakes, etc.

Sunglasses that have gray lenses and are not oversized

Chapstick, original

Mr Clean Magic Erasers

Waterpik Waterflosser Ultra

Glass Plus

Cardigan sweaters

Trouser jeans

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Shu Uemura Velvet shampoo- but that is a luxury item.

Bounty Paper Towels

My EVO 4 G phone

Shrimp chips - but those have gluten, boo.

Fermented soy beans and rice. Yes it's stinky and sticky- an acquired taste but so good for you and is filling.

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Any "scent-free laundry detergent

Steve

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Amen, Steve!!

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