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Symbi
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Cristina, I only put the cinnamon info as an example of how we can enjoy guessing what is behind the workings of the GTD.  It's good in a way that it makes us wonder and it's fun to guess and research things.  Enjoying finding out about foods I've never heard of before.  Of course Warriors would not be the same as Explorers, for one thing, being at opposite end of the scales in Acetylation.

BTW I've been researching the Custard apple family and will post on the Aussie thread in the next few days.  Like the new summary thread thanks - easy to find!

Reminds me of a part from the Monty Python Movie, The Life of Brian,

Quoted Text
Brian: Please, please, please listen! I've got one or two things to say.
The Crowd: Tell us! Tell us both of them!
Brian: Look, you've got it all wrong! You don't NEED to follow ME, You don't NEED to follow ANYBODY! You've got to think for your selves! You're ALL individuals!
The Crowd: Yes! We're all individuals!
Brian: You're all different!
The Crowd: Yes, we ARE all different!
Man in crowd: I'm not...
The Crowd: Sch!


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Quoted from Cristina
GW, cinnamon is a superfood for me, together with chocolate.  The only time I use cinnamon is sprinkle in my coffee if I use Soymilk (which is a SF for me now).  But I am planning to learn a bit more about using it in other things.


I love cinnamon and it's one of <10 spices and herbs in my cubboard - wouldn't you know, and now it's an avoid.  Not as bad as like, growing it like your honey though.  

It tastes nice with steamed apple!


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Does anyone remember a Milo type drink called Ovomaltine? That particular taste was due to barley malt.


Oh yes, I do remember Ovomaltine. I loved it as a kid.

It is a swiss product, did you know ?

One still can purchase it in its solid form "Ovosport". I'd say it is a healthy energy bar. It is made of eggs, chocolate, sugar and barley malt. It contains a lot of vitamins : http://www.wander.ch/fr/nutritioninfo.htm?nutriTextId=9308. Maybe a good snack for those who need to gain weight. (Not my case   )



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Quoted from Fernando Boto
Does anyone remember a Milo type drink called Ovomaltine? That particular taste was due to barley malt.


Oh yes, I do remember Ovomaltine. I loved it as a kid. It is a swiss product, did you know ?

One still can purchase it in its solid form "Ovosport". I'd say it is a healthy energy bar. It is made of eggs, chocolate, sugar and barley malt. It contains a lot of vitamins : http://www.wander.ch/fr/nutritioninfo.htm?nutriTextId=9308. Maybe a good snack for those who need to gain weight. (Not my case   )



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Quoted from Agathe


Oh yes, I do remember Ovomaltine. I loved it as a kid.

It is a swiss product, did you know ?

One still can purchase it in its solid form "Ovosport".



In the states you can still purchase the beverage mix.  We misspell the product "Ovaltine."


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I would never eat sugar, no matter what SWAMI or anything/anyone else said.
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