So, I made my own. I figure they do it, why can’t I?
Just boiled it down till it was quite thick, poured onto my roll-up sheets on the dehydrator, and went to town.
When they were dry and brittle, I either cracked them up with my hand, or some were still a smidge leathery-feeling so I used my lovely and sharp kitchen shears. And have almost a pint of uber-concentrated chicken stock. Sans salt. Don’t even have to pressure can it (yay, slightly less work for me!) and it takes up even less space/weight in the pantry.
I just reconstituted several chips in boiling water and let it sit for a good 10-15 minutes, stirring a few times. Used it to add moisture to some chicken enchilada mixture. We’re all still alive, even the baby. Sometimes being strange has it’s perks.
Think they’re me? I’ve been hunting and hunting and hunting trying to find nice (and comfortable!) shoes that can go with a skirt or jeans and look nice either way. Kept trying to find a less expensive option than Dansko’s, but kept coming back to them every time.
Even has cute flower detailing/embroidery on them. And yes, I have cute funky socks. They’re so super soft, I love them.
She looks like a girl!! Okay, granted, it helped that I was wearing a skirt that day. But this is how I do girly – not all princessy and bows. Although she does have a few things with bows. I just think butterflies are cuter, don’t you?
I went to Safeway today. Eh, I’ve done better before. But hey, for way overpriced Safeway, not too bad for getting lots of ice cream, spaghetti sauce and something else… Oh, the total was $21.25, my bad. Cut it off in the photo. Whoops.
And join the Homestead Barn Hop if you’re so inclined.
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