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Emily

Made me smile to see your coffee maker!! I don't blame you one bit. When we were packing up to leave NZ it only really and truly felt like we were leaving when we sold the coffee maker...
:)

Lu

You put the coffeemaker where you need the coffeemaker. I would have set mine up in the garage if I had to. I love Kashi pilaf. Ever tried it for breakfast cooked in apple juice? Delish! I absolutely love it that way. Thanks for your comment. Hope you keep visiting.

Amanda (Two Boos Who Eat)

Mad? No way! One cannot survive on frozen dinners alone.

And I would totally do the same thing with my coffee maker in your position. hahah

Kristen

I think you are doing a great job with Eat In Month given that you don't have a kitchen or stove to work with.
I haven't tried many Kashi frozen meals, that one looks tasty!

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