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  1. The Tested Child
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    Yay to Jennifer Aniston making a comeback with her new film Horrible Bosses – can’t keep a good actress down!

  2. Whole30: Day 17 – I Need My Sleep | Delightful Taste Buds

    […] what did I have for breakfast? Left over from yesterday’s food of course! A small plate of Basil Lime Squash Chicken paired with super spicy roasted broccoli. […]

  3. Ameena
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    I love that you eat an entire avocado for breakfast! I thought Maya (my 6-year-old) was the only capable one who could do that but you can too! I love it.

  4. Leashieloo
    Leashieloo at |

    Nectarines are my favorite summer fruit, I need to pick some up soon. The only disappointment is that I can only eat them three months out of the year!

  5. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
    Kath (My Funny Little Life) at |

    Oh, and I totally LOVE Thai basil! ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
    Kath (My Funny Little Life) at |

    Oh, how do I miss kale! It’s *so* hard to get over here – only in winter, and only at organic food stores, or not at all. ๐Ÿ™ But that’s a reason to look forward to the cold season! (Which is also squash season, btw. :D)

    Exotic vegetables? Hmmmmmmm … Kale is almost exost, although it’s a very German vegetable actually, but most German don’t seem to have any interest in it, and that’s why it’s soooooo hard to get. ๐Ÿ˜• Many Asian vegetables are exotic for me. My favorite Asian food store offers a lot of different Asian greens like pak choi and water spinach which are very uncommon here. Some kinds of squashes (acorn, spaghetti, or UFO squash – the latter one has a real name which I forgot) are also exotic for me because it’s impossible to get them over here, but I know them from the blog sphere.

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