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Don't worry about overmixing. GF flours don't care. Add choc chips.


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Grease cookie sheet or lay out parchment paper I do the latter. Love parchment paper. Drop spoonfuls of dough about a tablespoonful , giving at least 1inch of space between. These cookies like to spread out. Bake for minutes. Let rest on cookie sheet for a couple of minutes before transferring to cooling rack. Bake the rest or store leftover dough in fridge for up to 3 days. You can also freeze the dough. Defrost in the fridge for at least 24 hours.

I make these fairly often and think they taste as good as, if not better than, regular choc chip cookies. Sorry there aren't any pictures. I'll try to have some for other recipe posts. I'm not known for exact measurements when I'm making up recipes. This is a rough guesstimate of my blend. White rice flour 2 c.

Potato starch NOT flour Add all to a bowl, whisk well to blend. Keep leftovers in a lidded container. For the cookie recipe, I've also used sorghum flour, coconut flour, and oat flour in place of some of the rice flour blend. Experiment, if you're brave. As I mentioned in my previous post, I've radically changed my diet to help alleviate my digestive issues. It's been about 7 months since I took the first step and it hasn't been too difficult.

I still love to cook and it's been interesting working with different kinds of flours and milks. I grind my own rice flour and make my own plant milk. My favorite so far is a combo of almond, oat, coconut, and Brazil nut. It can be time consuming, but I like knowing exactly what's in the food I eat. During the past couple of weeks, I've slowly been reintroducing some foods I've avoided, hoping a few of them will be okay for me to eat again. As long as I take certain supplements along with them, I've felt okay.

I've also had success with wheat sourdough and spelt bread, which is a plus since most gluten-free breads are either expensive or not very good if homemade, at least in my experience so far. Foods I'm going to try again soon are butter, honey, and pistachios. And the bad foods aren't necessarily bad in general, just bad for me and other digestion troubled folks.

If any of you have similar issues, please feel free to share in the comments. I'll be sharing some of my favorite recipes soon! Tuesday, February 21, Still Alive.

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It's been a while. Like, several months a while. I'm not dead, nor was I abducted by aliens. I've been around, doing pretty much the same ol' thing, except I've neglected my blog. I'm arguably the most boring person on the planet and I didn't really have much to write about, and then the weeks passed and I kinda forgot to check back in regardless.

I guess there are a few things I can update you about. Still haven't finished book 3 in my Vessel series. I know, I've been making all sorts of claims about working on it and getting it done, but Food makes me sick. Not all food, just the most delicious kind. Seriously though, I have some moderate to severe digestion problems that have plagued me for years, but over the last year or so it's gotten worse.

Which means I avoid wheat and dairy, as well as a number of vegetables and fruits, and a bunch of other seemingly random things. It was difficult at first, but I've more or less gotten the hang of it, by which I mean I make pretty much everything I eat, haven't been to a restaurant in months, and try not the cry when my sandwich doesn't have cheese.

I'll probably write more about this topic later on, since I have recipes and such I'd like to share. My handsome hubby recently went back to school. He's getting his masters in architecture. His dad has a pool business and hubby has decided to join in on the fun. He's trudging along and I'm helping when I can. I have another new nephew. His name is Raiden and he's a dream boat : 5. My Etsy art shop is still active, though sales are few and far between.

Please check it out : : 6. Super Mario Maker is a blast! I loooooove the anime Haikyuu!!

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I'm seriously obsessed with it. Karasuno, fight! There is a glimmer of a chance that will change this year, cross your fingers! And, of course, they're raising their prices :, 9. I'm now Well, that's all for now. I'll try extra hard to be around more often. And like I said, I've got new recipes to share. A while ago I posted a recipe for a homemade body wash. It turned out pretty well, but my last batch started acting funny. Strange smell, extra clumpy, not lathering very well. Not sure which of the ingredients was the culprit, but I suspect the gelatin. So, I've discovered a slightly different version that I think will be better.

Body Soap 1 4 oz. Fill large pot with about 10 cups of water. Add grated soap. Heat on high until soap melts doesn't need to boil. When soap is melted, remove from heat, add glycerin and stir.

Let sit for 24 hours. The mixture will have thickened slightly. Add sea salt I used pink Himalayan bought from bulk section of WinCo and stir. The salt will start to clump. Stir occasionally until the clumps grow. Here, the average number of spills per year in the s was While increased tanker movements might imply increased risk, it is encouraging to observe that the downward trend in oil spills continues despite an overall increase in oil trading over the period figure below right.

When looking at the frequency and quantities of oil spilt, it should be noted that a few very large spills are responsible for a high percentage of the oil spilt.

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For example, in more recent decades the following can be seen:. In terms of the volume of oil spilt the figures for a particular year may be severely distorted by a single large incident.

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It is of note that 19 of the 20 largest spills recorded occurred before the year SANCHI, the latest addition to the list, is the only major spill of non-persistent oil featured here and it resulted in significantly lower environmental impacts compared to some crude oil spills listed. A number of the incidents, despite their large size, necessitated little or no response as the oil was spilt some distance offshore and did not impact coastlines.

For this reason some of the names listed may be unfamiliar. Emergency Contact. Menu Language Search. Site search Search keyword s : Search. Oil Tanker Spill Statistics In this section. Number of oil spills in Quantity of oil spilt in Global oil spill trend. Tanker spills from to Quantities of oil spilt 7 tonnes and over rounded to nearest thousand , to Decline in number of tanker spills vs growth in crude, petroleum and gas loaded.

Large oil spills. Spills 7 tonnes and over per decade showing the influence of a relatively small number of comparatively large spills on the overall figure. Causes of large oil spills. Major Oil Spills. Top 20 Major Spills Table. Location of major spills.

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