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Old 01-01-2007, 07:22 PM   #1
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Ok...tell me how you do it...cause I heard one tonight...lol

Don't forget to add the fabric softener for the dry cycle Scott.....lol
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here'* a hint..."Momma apparently didn't let them get to the spin cycle"
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Always thought this site needed an ongoing cooking thread LOL
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My collard greens come in a can.











MMM Yay for collard greens!
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I use a flat stone and a washboard. Gives them a shredded texture.
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I use a flat stone and a washboard. Gives them a shredded texture.
That'* what letting them go through a spin cycle did. Saved alot of prep time though
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Donna may have been crying from laughing so hard when I heard this one...

Scott...did you use Tide or All to wash them in?
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Donna may have been crying from laughing so hard when I heard this one...

Scott...did you use Tide or All to wash them in?
Neither.

I used Nature'* Own
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