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    How to make ice cubes

    This amused me. It points out how we sometimes have a tendency to over-think things:

    http://www.food.com/recipe/ice-cubes-420398

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    Ha! I could have used this recipe when I first left home, I was terrified if every aspect of the kitchen! The comments were gold too.
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    Well, they're lactose free and very low carb at least.
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    She makes them from the faucet?

    Wouldn't they need to be from filtered or stream water to be primally approved?

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    The comments are hilarious!!
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    I bet there are a lot of young people who have just always had an automatic dispenser of ice and have never really thought about where it comes from.
    Like kids that don't know how to raise/lower a window in the car if it is an older model with a crank. They keep looking for the push button.
    Too funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    I bet there are a lot of young people who have just always had an automatic dispenser of ice and have never really thought about where it comes from.
    Like kids that don't know how to raise/lower a window in the car if it is an older model with a crank. They keep looking for the push button.
    Too funny.
    And lets not forget those kids who can't read a clock unless it's digital...
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    I think I'll print this out and tape it to the freezer door for my 42yo son, who after all these years, still puts the empty cube tray back in the freezer!

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