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Since December 2008, I've lost 15 lbs and I hope to continue my healthy habits of nutritious eating + frequent, fun exercising.

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Wow, what a schedule and I think there are things that I wanna learn and cook like a professional even though I'm not that good at all.

Lauren @ Eater not a runner

Pizza and salad is always a good combo! I drink Organic Nighty Night tea sometimes, it is probably just psychological but I feel like I go to sleep easier!


I am making pizza tonight. I am going to try the tip of prebaking the crust. I think that will make a big difference because sometimes it doesn't always cook through.


Salad is so colorful and pizza looks great!
The bottom of the pizza turned out great- not burnt at all!

Amanda (Two Boos Who Eat)

I need to try sprinkling a little cornmeal on the bottom of my pizza stone. What a good idea!


I think you have inspired me to go out and buy a pizza stone. I used to have one, but it got crudded and such so it was thrown away.

Celestial Seasonings makes a good night time tea and might be cheaper. It is called "Sleepytime".


Yep - the higher temp wouldn't have hurt the dough a bit - it still looks delicious though!

Although I thought for a second you were going to put the red cabbage ON the pizza and I was like "NO!!" :D

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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