JockoT's Journal, 11 Jan 17

Today has been a bit of a disaster, food wise. Found some sweets left over from Christmas!
Bragg's Organic Apple Cider Vinegar arrived today. I tried it, both neat and in water. Not too unpleasant but dilute is best.

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2720 kcal Fat: 153.74g | Prot: 112.10g | Carbs: 200.12g.   Breakfast: Asda Semi-Skimmed Milk, Kellogg's All-Bran, Cashew Nuts, Double Cream. Lunch: Rivercote Part Baked Baguette Roll, Anchor Butter, Sliced Ham (Extra Lean), Aldi Sri Lankan Chicken Soup, Double Cream, Galaxy Duet, Apples. Dinner: Scottish Beef Olives, Tesco Broccoli Florets, Morrisons Signature Maris Piper Dauphinoise Potatoes. more...
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I am in the throes of making cider vinegar. I haven't a clue if its going well. I love vinegar nd used to drink it neat as a child :) I am hoping this will be a success. I will be very interested to hear how you get on using vinegar, especially good stuff like Braggs. As for the sweets, it boggles me how they keep emerging waay after Christmas! I sincerely hope I have found the last of ours, and I am sure you feel the same. 
11 Jan 17 by member: Rindaloo
Oh, but isn't it such a joyous thing when you find sweets you'd forgotten or didn't know about? I remember last year, I found some cherry liqueur chocolates that I'd "hidden" from myself. I savoured them even more than when I opened them at Christmas! 
11 Jan 17 by member: Doobrie
hi I also have recently started doing apple cider vinegar with honey and water on empty stomach certainly helps acid reflux thus far .on about day 7 Glass in the morning to start the day and glass at night at bed time. 
11 Jan 17 by member: RENSHEM
I had the same recently. Found some liqueur chocolates and a couple of packets of crisps that I'd hidden away from my boys. 
11 Jan 17 by member: Paleo Judy
Leftover sweets wouldn't bother me, but god help me if I found chocolate biscuits. I found 2 boxes ( one unopened) of Thornton chocolate stars in the cupboard when cooking dinner.. they'd go lovely with a cup of tea, but I'm resisting so far ... 
11 Jan 17 by member: poppycom
Who doesn't like sweets. You will soon have nothing left from Chrimbo and that will be a bonus. You just can't waste a good sweet now.. can you?🍬🍬🍬🍭🍭🍭 
11 Jan 17 by member: Mrs Maths
I can't resist eating christmas sweets. Now we have to encourage each other to be back on track. Have a beautiful Thursday my buddy. 
12 Jan 17 by member: april761
My friend just read this. "Dessert: The delicious and Traditional Scottish Christmas Pudding is usually served, either with brandy butter, rum sauce, custard or fresh cream. Others might make the similar dish of 'Clootie Dumpling'. However, these are all 'heavy' desserts - lighter alternatives might be a trifle or Crannachan, made with raspberries, whisky, cream and oats." I think the last one must be delicious :-) 
12 Jan 17 by member: april761
They all are. Especially the dumpling. 
12 Jan 17 by member: JockoT
(lol) I will try to find a recipe, thank you for the reply. Good night! 
12 Jan 17 by member: april761

     
 

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