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John Morris

Coffee and Honey

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21 minutes ago, HARO50 said:

you 'Murricans might not be familiar with the term "double-double"

we know this though...:rolleyes:

 

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4 hours ago, John Morris said:

 

My gosh, I love Peanut butter and Honey on wheat sandwiches! I can't think of a better combination of three foods! 

Wheat bread, chunky pea ut butter, raspberry jam and honey. Mmmmm Mmmmmm Good! And an ice cold Dr. Pepper to wash it down. If the pepper is in a can, even better!

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Read the heading and thought we wuz gonna be talking about some dogs, or cats LOL. My last coffee was 36 years ago. I am (or at least was) allergic to the stuff. I curled up in a ball, vomited (rather profusely if memory serves), and shook. If an OJ doesn’t get me started in the morning, I’m toast. Now tea, soda, beer, wine, juices, water, are all fine (I love the drinks at Chinese restaurants, oh my). 

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I like a medium dark roast Colombian coffee. I used to add a teaspoon of honey when I had lots of allergy problems and I think it helped clear them up, so less honey now for sugar control. On occasion, I'll pop in a teaspoon of dark cocao powder or cinnamon for the reported naturopathic benefits. I have eaten chunky-style PB since I was a small boy and eat it every day now on wheat bread or a high fiber, low carb wrap with kale, spinach and a teaspoon of medium heat salsa. I nearly died when I couldn't get PB in basic training and AIT. 

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3 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

My God Kelly, your blood sugar must be through the roof. 

That is a treat, not an everyday thing

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A teaspoon of honey and a healthy splash of milk in mine if I am home.  Light roast, dark or medium - it doesn't matter.  The wife picks up whatever is on sale the day she goes.

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