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  • in reply to: Finally Registered! #444911

    @reneemc 355353 wrote:

    I have been following this site for MONTHS! I have even stocked up on supplies for several projects over the next 5 weeks since I am going to be off my feet!!

    Welcome to the site, I’ve been here for awhile too but I don’t post much (YET!). Are you having surgery? If so, I hope you’re feeling better soon!!

    in reply to: Free- Acts of Care for the Earth 2013-2014 Calender #444906

    image not available this one looked like a good offer, signed up for it, thanks for finding all of these FreebieQueen

    in reply to: FREE Pampers Kandoo Super Powers Kit (1,000 Winners!) #444905

    image not available This one is still available and working, you can only sign up once per month though.

    image not available Was able to grab one of these last night at JCPenneys, thanks!

    in reply to: I don’t want to be a "Lurker"! Help! Lol #441667

    I never really thought about it before but it does kind of make us sound like weirdos or creeps. Does that make me a stalker? lol

    in reply to: Homemade tooth whitener! #441664

    I use the same ingredients but I use them a little differently. I wet my toothbrush, dip it in baking soda and then drizzle the peroxide over the top of it to saturate it, then brush my teeth. It works amazingly well!

    in reply to: Dirt Cheap DIY Popsicle Ideas #441663

    These are great when you’re pregnant or if you have teens that love pickles. Personally, I like them right after a great workout because they instant stop leg cramps.

    7 large pickles
    1/4 cup of pickling juice (from pickle jar)
    1/4 water

    put the pickles in the blender and puree them. Strain them to get as much juice out as you can. Then add the pickle juice straight from the jar and water.

    Mix together and pour into molds.

    Freeze overnight.

    in reply to: Dirt Cheap DIY Popsicle Ideas #441659

    Last year we switched to vegan I found this recipe for Vegan Black Bean Fudge pops. You can’t taste the black beans at all!

    1 1/2 cups cooked black beans or 1 can (15 ounces), rinsed and drained
    1 can (14 ounces) light coconut milk
    1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    3 tablespoons agave nectar
    2 teaspoons vanilla extract

    Combine everything in a blender or food processor and puree them all until it’s very smooth. Then pour into popsicle molds or dixie cups and insert sticks.
    Remember to leave a little space for these, they expand quite a bit when they freeze.

    It makes 6 Big Pops.

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