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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15




Ya gots ta B sooooo patient w/the little buggers!

Posted By: Edna O+
Date: Monday, 4 December 2000, at 12:35 p.m.

If you are doin' 'em stovetop, you have to slice them very thin, use a lot of oil, and have the patience of the American people in the 2000 election. It takes a LONG time for them to crisp up, and ya gots ta keep flippin' 'em around so they don't burn. Personally, I love it when they DO burn, but everyone tells me it is politically incorrect to eat burned stuff (I love burned sweet potato chips, burned rye toast, burned steak.......yummmmmmmmm, good eating!!!!). Therefore, keep flippin' 'em and watching 'em but don't rush 'em because it takes a loooooooooong time.

I have not yet tried baking them in the oven. I'll bet that they would get uniformly crisper in there but might come out too dry for my blood--me likes FRIED stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's good to be a primative type!!! Just char me something over an open flame and I'm good ta go! :D


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