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So it is one and the same


Nope.  Sorry if I gave the wrong message!    In the 70's we were slow to adapt to the name of the new product, so we continued calling it Brewers Yeast, even though it was, by then, Nutritional Yeast.

Kind of like calling boxed tissues Kleenex, even though there are now a zillion companies who make it.

My mom called all refrigerators "the Frigidaire", just because that was the first one she owned, waaaay back when.  

Hope that makes more sense.  




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Lucky you!! Fingers crossed If I was an explorer I think I could have it But last time I tried it I broke out


Thanks Sorry to hear about your reaction to it...




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Cheers...Ah well its like my reaction to lots of grain type things... At least it stops me ever indulging - well almost...
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brewers and nutritional have the same value in my swami, luckily!!

brewer s is the only source I get down here anyways!

I call it my faux Parmesan!


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Quoted from Possum
Cheers...Ah well its like my reaction to lots of grain type things... At least it stops me ever indulging - well almost...


There is a good side to everything




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brewers and nutritional have the same value in my swami, luckily!!

brewer s is the only source I get down here anyways!

I call it my faux Parmesan!


I could send you some..?




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thanks for the offer G!
brewers is actually a diamond for me, where as nutritional is only a SF.

I ll stick to my diamonds and am happy I have a source down here for it.

make sure you make that spread PT added in recipe base!
enjoy!


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thanks for the offer G!
brewers is actually a diamond for me, where as nutritional is only a SF.

I ll stick to my diamonds and am happy I have a source down here for it.

make sure you make that spread PT added in recipe base!
enjoy!


Anytime! I'd like to do something for you after all you have done for me Btw, how much do you take daily?
The Swami dude is suppose to show up either today or tomorrow
Hope to have the results from my Xpress & from the Professional version by the end of the week




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I don't like  the smell nor the taste of those... ....the same with blackstrap molasse... yiiikes.... brrrrr....


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Blackstrap molasses IMO is fantastic mixed with cocoa... I agree sometimes by itself it can be a bit "yiiikes.... brrrrr...."tres cute!!!  Some plain licorice can be like that too; same reason I guess...

Yes GF There is indeed always a silver lining or a good side to everything...I always say that!!
I thank my reactive skin (now that it is virtually under control) Its a bit of a barometer...& means that I don't keep going with food or product that is potentially not helping, or damaging my system...
And at least I can still go to work & function, better than having to battle the effects of a migraine, or be debilitated & holed up in the smallest room... Now that would be hard at work, as we only have a public toilet to use & its downstairs...& sometimes we do solo shifts
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Possum... I love the taste of DGL ...instead....and I don't like cocoa either... .... better  to stay with my green tea.... lucky bum I am,  never had any migraine....


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I've been putting the nutritional yeast in  my protein shakes so I don't even know what it tastes like




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one of my favorite snacks is popcorn with ghee and nutritional yeast, yum


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one of my favorite snacks is popcorn with ghee and nutritional yeast, yum


I have heard that is very good. I have not tried NY by itself yet and my Dr took me off corn anyway!




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I don't eat corn often, but it doesn't seem to bother me at all. I figure it's better for me than eating potato chips.


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I don't eat corn often, but it doesn't seem to bother me at all. I figure it's better for me than eating potato chips.


Indeed, I would suspect most anything is better than potatoe chips




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If I were dying of some disease that could not be cured and could eat anything I wanted to, it would be potato chips and sour cream&onion dip.


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try those pumpkin seeds with NY, GZ!


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try those pumpkin seeds with NY, GZ!


Love my pumpkin seeds & walnuts but tried the NY last night plain to see what it tasted like ~   




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I have heard that is very good. I have not tried NY by itself yet and my Dr took me off corn anyway!

I thought for hunters, it was a black dot?
Not sure incidentally that you get the best taste of BY from eating it by itself?? But good that you are ok to take it in your smoothie
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I thought for hunters, it was a black dot?
Not sure incidentally that you get the best taste of BY from eating it by itself?? But good that you are ok to take it in your smoothie


Yeah, it's fine in a smoothie and my buddy Swami gave it to me as a diamond




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I really prefer the KAL nutritional yeast - the imported one tastes better in my opinion.  It's really really good on scrambled eggs.  
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I really prefer the KAL nutritional yeast - the imported one tastes better in my opinion.  It's really really good on scrambled eggs.  


Thanks Jane I'll have to try it when this can runs out!




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rosted pine nuts in ghee and seasalt...soooo yummy...


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yum, i have been getting into my nutritional yest big time
made up a yummola spread with heaps of nutritional yeast, tahini, lemon, mustard, garlic, and whizzed it all up ... it is soo good especially with my mother in laws tomato kasundi on toast i smear it on super thick! so tasty so nutritious,  
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