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    Sweet potatoes.

    With cinnamon... hnnng

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    I'm with Fifer .... Cheese or celery or egg v v v good!

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    who says you have to spread it on anything...I enjoy it straight up...slice and eat it like a piece of cheese...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aprimalmomma View Post
    who says you have to spread it on anything...I enjoy it straight up...slice and eat it like a piece of cheese...
    Pretty much this^^^^

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    Maybe I'm odd or sacrilegious, but I put a large pat of butter on steak quite often. Best is chipotle butter.

    The Boyfriend makes scrambled eggs, then melts butter on top once they're done. You wouldn't think it would make a big difference since they're already being cooked in butter, but it really does.

    If you don't want it melted, you could just eat it by itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RitaRose View Post
    Maybe I'm odd or sacrilegious, but I put a large pat of butter on steak quite often. Best is chipotle butter.

    The Boyfriend makes scrambled eggs, then melts butter on top once they're done. You wouldn't think it would make a big difference since they're already being cooked in butter, but it really does.

    If you don't want it melted, you could just eat it by itself.
    This!! I tried this just last week and where has this been my whole life? It was plain old butter on simply seasoned steak but it was amazing! Sigh, makes me want to try the steak and eggs diet just to enjoy this little treat twice daily!
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    Drank a stick of butter before phlebobomy class and gave a lipemic sample.

    So you can put butter on your blood, too.

    It looks like this:


    The right one is lipemic, itz the butter. :P Or liver failure, whichever...meh.
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    Your blood looks delicious.

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