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italybound
Wednesday, October 5, 2005, 2:14pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Every time I see it in the list, I want to go into the kitchen, pour myself a tablespoonful and drink it down.  I love blackstrap molasses!


After my own heart!!!  I love it too. Just looking at the jar makes me....want.....some.............      Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...................




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Well, thanks to this thread I went and dug my jar out from the back of the cupboard and this morning I had a glass of Rice Milk with a tablespoon of blackstrap molasses stirred into it - yummo! And the kids asked for some and they love it too. Thanks for reminding me of this!
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Can anyone tell me if blackstrap molasses needs to be refrigerated or if it's ok just in the cupboard.  Mine hasn't been refrigerated and I got to wondering if it was still ok at room temp after being opened??  Sorry if this was asked earlier on in the thread - I didn't have time to read through it all right now.  


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I keep mine in the cupboard.
gets too hard in the fridge.


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I keep mine in the cupboard too.  Has been there for mths.



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Ok great - I just wanted to make sure it wasn't going bad by not being refrigerated


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Someone here said they don't like cod liver oil. It's a beneficial for us A nonnies. It has helped me to lose weight in the past. I suggest the Carlson's brand with lemon oil added. It is really quite painless. Gotta have good fats to burn the unwelcome fat!


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Molasses, Molasses......

Are there any "super light flavored" molasses out there?  It is the only sweetener I am allowed to have and I can't stand the smell or taste of it.  Yuk.  I did find a pomegranate molasses that is good but the flavor does not work well in most recipes.  No sweeteners at all is driving me insane!  No, I'm not a sweet junkie, but a little on occasions is wanted.

signed, an O-nonnie wanting a little sugar!


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You can buy "light molasses".  It's higher in sugar than Blackstrap.  

There are two or three different types of Molasses, depending on what stage of the sugar refining process it comes from.  Blackstrap is the end of the refining process, and is basically all the minerals that are left over after the highest possible amount of sugar is refined out.  That is why Blackstrap has the lowest sugar content and highest mineral content of all the molasses varieties.



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My little one is a type o and astmatic. My husband,  our other son and I are all in danger of developing diabetes genetically thru both our families.   As Blackstrap Molasses is also high in Iron and beneficial for type o's  how dangerous would it be to give to my children keeping in mind to ward off diabetes?

I'm  new to this board and am loving the valuable information from all of you posters. thanks!
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Bloody Mary, do you have your asthmatic on the blood type diet (BTD)?  If so, you should soon see improvement in his/her condition. It's kind of a funny story - my daughter has asthma and psoriasis. She has had asthma since she was 1-1/2 yrs old (hmmmmmmmm just about the time they start eating alot of table food and milk). She has been bucking this "diet" for a long time  -  she thinks she is fine. Never mind the asthma and psoriasis. Hmmmmmmm..............
 I firmly believe the old addage of diseases being hereditary is more than not, through learned eating habits. If mom and dad had diabetes and ate alot of things that caused diabetes, so probably did and do you. That being so, you too are probably eating things that will also give you diabetes eventually. Following the BTD will be your biggest help in all things.
When I started, I had a myriad of problems disappear.  I had lots of allergies and headaches, of which I thought were all environmental. Turns out they were food allergies. At least 95% of them. All of my athritis like pains disappeared also. A ton of digestive problems went by the wayside also.
There is a section on the site called "Testimonials".  Bet you'd find a lot of good info there.




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Mary,
welcome!
if you'll go up to the top right side of the
page,to Member Center, then to Avatar
Settings on the lower left side of that page,
you can select your blood type click the save
button at the base and you won't
have to keep telling us what it is.
.

try get  hold of the diabetes book, for support and wise food choices.

following BTD will be your best preventive meassure! )


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Now where is that oatmeal raisin molasses cookie recipe????

Just got myself a bottle of Blackstrap myself and have been putting it in my oatmeal in the morning for the past two days. It tastss good, makes my oatmeal mixture a bit darker then I'm used to.  
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I want that cookie recipe too!!

I love our new purple and black scrolls!!




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I am on the MCF for diabetics and I am using Holiday Blackstrap Molassesnunsulphured.  It has
20% iron20 % calcium, 615 Mg postassiumwhich is 20%RDA per tablespoon.  The molasses heals the pancreas, so insulin can be reduced by 10 units a day until not on any.  The molasses is increased from 1 T. gradually to 2 T each glass+1/2 Squeezed lemon +1/10tsp. cayenne pepper. 6 -12 times a day.  No food.  This replaced the nutrients of the food needed in a day.  After I get off of the insulin completely than I change from the molasses to pure maple syrup 2T ,  I keep testing glucose along the way and see it staying in normal ranges.  Than I get off of MCF as directed.  I'm on my third day.  
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This mixture is put into 8 oz. of spring water, sorry I forgot that.
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Wow!! Am I going to look into this!!
Also a good website for molasses nutrition info:
http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=118#safetyissues



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Hi geminisue, what is MCF please? I am not diabetic but mum is borderline...
thanks.
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Go to http://www.healthandlight.com.The Master Cleanse   and also to curezone.com

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EeDan & Carmen Hope you can check into it as I typed in second modify if not check thecurezone.com and go the the Master Cleanse Fast  If you can't do these and get results I will try and explain again  step by step.
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check
Rose's Blackstrap Molasses cookies in recibase!)


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Blackstrap Molasses is most excellent drizzled on lightly toasted Rice Cakes spread with almond/walnut butter.

 (My version of a cookie)  



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Victoria, what an excellent idea!!



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Careful!  They are addictive!!!  



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Somebody has too much time on their hands! I see our scrolls have been changed to a shield, is it? Cute!!



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