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Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 7 years
My kitchen has all of these. We eat a lot of baked sweet son LOVES them!!!
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 7 years
All except the sweet potatoes and veggie broth are in my kitchen. Love the flaxseeds and banana in my morning oatmeal or bowl of uncle sam ceral. Yum.
zcoral zcoral 7 years
Thanks NikkiRuby!!! Great tip.
nikkisoda nikkisoda 7 years
zcoral, I like to slice mine up like french fries. Bake them in the oven then sprinkle with basil. So good and very addicting.
zcoral zcoral 7 years
What's the best way to cook a sweet potato? I've never figured this one out.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 7 years
lol verily. I'm not the one who eats the bananas - it's my children - if it weren't for them I wouldn't have them in my kitchen either (at least not big bundles of them). Also with the flax seed, try flax seed oil it's easier (more expensive too though) but it's easy to just pour some into a soup or oatmeal or whatever.
verily verily 7 years
I keep everything but the bananas and flaxseed. I might try the flaxseed, but I always try & fail at keeping bananas. I have a giant bag of overripe bananas in my freezer thanks to my inability to eat bananas on a frequent basis. At least they'll make great smoothies or banana bread. ;)
Kimpossible Kimpossible 7 years
I couldn't answer the question at the end because I already keep these foods in my kitchen. :-)
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