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Comment from: Ruth [Visitor]
That sounds like a lovely wedding! Were there any wheat-free options for blood type O guests?

From Suzanne: The fruits and veggies were Type O friendly. I made my carrot and pecan muffins with neutral grains...I wanted to be sure I could enjoy the left overs! The caterer filled the wraps with lettuce and tomato and sliced them diagonally. It was easy to unwrap them and eat everything except the shell.
07/30/12 @ 17:45
Comment from: Dianne [Visitor]
How lovely!
07/30/12 @ 23:01
Comment from: Susana [Visitor]

I am so happy for you and DD for such a good marriage.

Since the title of the blog is: "Introducing SIL" do you mind reminding us of SIL's blood type? I feel left out, because of my bad memory, without such pertinent information LOL!


Hi Susana,
SIL is Type O. He can see the truth of the BTD in his natural inclinations to a higher protein diet. DD is used to cooking in a mixed Type O, Type A household.
07/31/12 @ 14:32

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