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That is true. In the 1960's all of those flavors were available, mostly, because Jello was looked upon as a salad as well as a dessert. It also came in chocolate. Chocolate pudding...Yes, chocolate Jello however doesn't sound very appetizing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I haven't heard that but I'm guessing the myth has more to do with getting mushrooms wet. Some chefs say that if by washing mushrooms off with water, it rids them of some of their earthy flavor. Many chefs at nice resaurants simply rub the dirt off of mushrooms, not soak them.
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
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are great. I use the pasta salad option when I have leftovers in my fridge such
as cheese and vegetables but want to make something more substantial.
If you want
something more fancy you can use vegetables such as asparagus or mange tout to
add color and something with bite. Also you can use herbs such as basil or mint
to add depth of flavor.
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Coffee comes in a wide variety of flavors from vanilla and
chocolate to various fruits and spices.
I came across a great site for flavored coffee with the widest range of flavors
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