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Old 08-29-2006, 08:55 PM   #21
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Couple months ago I was looking for some canned greens and such at the grocery and discovered Margaret Holmes Tomatoes and Okra. It makes a great side with those quickie Zatarain meals or anything you might want to try it with, or it can be used as a recipe base. It's good!



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(That great okra taste and texture with no okra mucilage! I even drink the leftover juice so I won't waste the yummy seeds. )
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Jeeeesus, you've been one of my best buddies for 38 years and I didn't know you ate okra.

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Jeeeesus, you've been one of my best buddies for 38 years and I didn't know you ate okra.

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Old 08-30-2006, 10:39 AM   #24
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That's the same company that makes Sunshine Pickled Peaches! Oh, it's so goood! I can't get any of their products up here.

Thank you for posting that pic! I have found a website where I can order their stuff! YIPPEE!!
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