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  1. I'm sure cassava flour would be enough, although there is no coconut flavor in the dredge. The coconut flour does smell a bit coconutty, but it doesn't taste. The recipe I started with uses more cassava anyway. I like coconut, but definitely would not like it with my fish, nor would Randy. This dredge actually is for chicken, but really does work great for fish. Nice thing about it is you can add any spices you might particularly like. For the chicken, I usually add paprika to the dredge.
  2. Fixing pan-fried cod tonight. I'll dredge it in egg, coconut and cassava flours. It fries up to be crispy and is tasty and flaky. Also veggies. The paleo bread Randy eats is in the oven baking. I think dinner will warm him up tonight - it's raining and cool out right now.
  3. (she goes off pouting, whiningly saying) "I wanna win..."
  4. Yes, there are many times things are added to the store-bought frozen veggies. I don't like them, myself, other than broccoli. This cauliflower supposedly doesn't have any additives. I had gotten some cauliflower "tots" for Randy to eat like tater tots, but found that there is sugar in them. So he isn't supposed to eat them, which is sad because he really liked them. I do give him a few once in a while, though, so they don't go to waste. But once the bag is gone, that's it. I saw a recipe that shows how to make your own tots from several different veggies...I just don't know if the amount of work put into it is worth it. Ricing fresh cauliflower wouldn't be difficult - I could put it in a food processor. But it's pretty convenient to have the frozen. He said it really is a good sub for rice. Today is a "cheat" day, so he had some Taco Bell for lunch.
  5. It actually wasn't. Just put the veggies in the pan, place the fish on it, sprinkle on the coconut aminos and let the over do the work. Frozen riced cauliflower, heated in the microwave and mixed in with the veggies once cooked. It was less work than frying it. =D Tonight we had chicken and veggies.
  6. It's been a month, so I win. May I have my prize?
  7. Randy is, by doctor's order, supposed to eat fish 2-3 times/week now. He doesn't mind it at all. =D So I fixed rock fish for him again last night. Usually I pan fry it, after dredging it in egg, cassava flour, and coconut flour. Makes a really good crust that is totally grain free. I decided to fix it differently last night. I chopped veggies into a baking dish, cut the fish into quarters, scored the fish, and put coconut aminos on the fish. Coconut aminos is a soy sauce replacement (he is not supposed to have soy). I fixed some riced cauliflower, mixed in the baked veggies when done, and put the fish on the veggies. I mixed some aminos and hot mustard in with some mayo (homemade so there is no sugar or soy) as "tartar" sauce. Apparently it was quite the success. =D I had a bowl of hot cereal.
  8. I love Psalm 119! We are studying OT characters right now.
  9. This morning Randy had a boiled egg for breakfast. As he was peeling it, he noticed something hard at the top of it. He took of the very top and saw...a mini egg! In the first picture it looks almost like the yolk is peeking out. But it was no yolk. In the second picture, Randy put the mini egg by the regular egg so a sense of size was given. He took the mini egg to church tonight. In picture 3, one of our members put his finger in the picture for sizing. In the fourth picture, Randy peeled the egg. Yes, indeed - the mini egg had a shell! As you might be able to see, there was no yolk in the mini egg, but it was definitely egg white. Has anyone ever experienced this? A friend linked an article for me to read about this. The link is below, but it's the second title in the article that explains this. Interesting stuff! https://backyardpoultry.iamcountryside.com/eggs-meat/how-a-chicken-lays-an-egg-inside-of-an-egg/?fbclid=IwAR39pR0QzI5nkCUZ5bXXM-xFJKMqGNZopgdWa5lP9XdxZO_MbHhq7-dPmvY
  10. It's mind-boggling the garbage people come up with in the name of the Lord!
  11. So we got our new bookcase. I've got the books on the shelves, but I'm still ruminating on shelving. I'm not quite satisfied with it. I spent some time cleaning and decorating at the church today and took a picture of our new shelf.
  12. Hubs had chicken for supper tonight - just one piece. After church he had a couple of stuffed eggs, some broccoli, and some crackers I made him (that have no grains in them). I had waffles. LOL
  13. Here's an article that discusses one of his videos. I apologize in advance that the author is not KJB, but he points things out about what Todd preaches/teaches that if what Dave posted isn't enough to set off alarm bells, this should. http://www.piratechristian.com/messedupchurch/2016/1/todd-white-how-to-read-yourself-into-the-bible
  14. He graduated from Hyles Anderson. That isn't meant to be derogatory in any way - I simply mean by it that he likely knew/knows a number of what you refer to as "big name" preachers as a result.
  15. That's too bad. I know a number of people who either went to the college or were in the church years ago - when it was IFB.
  16. A couple of weeks ago, I went in to our library to add our most recent books. I had to move books from one shelf to another. As I began to remove some, 2 of the shelves fell, bringing the books on them down, just missing my toes! So... I asked my husband to consider the idea of the church purchasing new shelving, that would be more steady and secure for the books. He had me do some research online, and I ran some pictures off of possible cases. We went to Walmart to look at one as well. He presented the pictures to the men (due to not having deacons, he meets with the men to discuss things before church business meetings). They were not thrilled with those bookcases - they wanted something more solid. So they tasked him to find something better...even though more expensive. So he brought it up at the meeting itself, and everyone agreed that we should find better quality (although I do think these would have worked). I found a shelving unit that is 6' by 6', with 15 shelves, 3 of them stationary to add stability to the shelves. It will fit perfectly against the wall in our room - with 6 inches to spare on either side. He brought the picture and description of the shelf to church that next Wednesday night, and we voted on purchasing it. It arrived today! We had it shipped to our house because there aren't people at the church every day. Now we will get it to the church and get it put together. I am SO excited!! We are closing in on 200 volumes. I'll have to post a picture once we get it all arranged.
  17. Update: Randy and I went to a neuropathy seminar last week. We were very interested in the approach to health that the represented clinic takes. They believe the body was designed to heal itself (amazing, eh?). Long story short, we have signed up for a 6 week course of treatment that we believe will help heal the nerve damage done by the accident. Randy got the first major treatment today, and he said he thinks he feels change in his feet (he doesn't want to say it's fact because it could be wishful thinking at this point). He'll be going two times a week for 6 weeks. There is, of course, no guarantee, but we do know that tissue will repair itself if treated correctly. So, he has to modify his eating a little more than he has. We have to more conscientiously drop more sugar from his diet (for instance - no more mayonnaise unless I make it at home, no ketchup...unless I make it at home). He also has to increase his consumption of chicken, turkey, fish, and decrease his beef intake. And no dairy. THAT's what's killing him, because he does love his milk. He got some almond milk today, and he said it's alright. He's been off bread for weeks, other than the keto that I've been making him. But that uses a lot of cheese, so no more... The diet is considered a cross between paleo and Mediterranean. I think the term paleo is kind of silly. It's basically simply no dairy, no grains, no sugar. Another challenge for me as I find new recipes (and desserts...the man likes his sweets and cookies. LOL). We are excited about this next step in what we hope will be healing.
  18. Randy picked up chicken while out today. He got fried chicken for mom and I, and backed chicken for himself. I'll be fixing him some green beans and salad to go with it.
  19. Tomorrow is our potluck at church. I'm bringing onion burgers and sloppy joes. I made low carb buns for Randy. Mom mad a pineapple upside down cake. I made an individual one for Randy that's low carb. He's happy he won't have to miss out on dessert.
  20. Lack of discernment has always been a problem, most specifically with folks who don't spend time in scripture. But it seems to be catching on greatly within IFB circles. Much of this lack of discernment is coming from women. Women who are pastor's wives, missionary wives, etc. Women who should know better...and whose husbands should be doing their due diligence and protecting their wives from false doctrine. Most IFB know that women like Beth Moore, etc., are not to be followed. But it isn't Beth Moore and her ilk that is making such an inroad. Have you ever heard of Lisa Terkeurst? Ann Vos Kamp? These women are really influencing other women today. They are followers of mystics, present the relationship with God in a sensual way, etc. I know a number of good women who have read after these women, and who have been influenced in a bad way. Then there is Graham Cooke. Just reading about him makes me shake my head that anyone who has spent time reading scripture could fall for his heresy. Memes are a big thing on social media. And these three create memes with pithy statements that people just LOVE. They sound well (unless you read it more closely and carefully), but they help suck people in. There is also a group of women who are "teaching" how to respond to domestic abuse. Now, I do believe that very often the church fails to protect the victim and sides with the abuser. But that is no excuse for some of the teachings going on. Women are being taught feminism, draped in spiritual sounding words. They are being taught emotionalism, draped in spiritual sounding words. And their men are falling for it, too, or at the very least allowing it. And then there is the teaching that we are filled with the Spirit upon salvation, that any other teaching is bondage. So...anyone experiencing any of this with their churches/friends? Or has it possibly just not become obvious yet? I would encourage all pastors to become aware of what these women teach, the names of their books, and be proactive about the insidious teachings.
  21. One of these days, we will be able to make that visit. Don't know when... We were truly blessed with meeting and fellowshipping with you both.
  22. We were blessed today with meeting 2bLikeJesus and his wife today. They visited our services and then we went out for lunch. Sweet fellowship, good food, and godly friends. Always a good mixture. From left to right is my mom, Josh, Randy, me, Laurel, and Garry.
  23. Thanks for the info. I'll let her know. Jim, Linda's husband, is in the hospital with pneumonia.
  24. If you know of anyone who is looking to pastor a church - "Garfield Ridge Baptist Church, Chicago, IL (10 minutes from Midway airport) is looking for a bi-vocational pastor. The previous pastor has retired from the ministry. We can provide a small salary. The church runs 40-50 on Sunday morning, with about 20 members. Bilingual is a plus! For more information please email Harold at independentbc@gmail.com" Good church.
  25. Linda is at the hospital in Seattle today. Too far, with Randy's injury, for us to go. The procedure is not as invasive as the first one, but is still a biggie. They nicked her spinal cord during the last surgery, and so were not able to finish what they needed to do (they had to spend the time repairing the nick). She has had good and bad days - a lot of pain, especially in her right leg, from the damage to the spinal cord. That problem might never clear up. Her husband has had all the testing done. His biopsy came back as lung cancer, stage 3B. The B means it has spread to the lymph nodes. Would appreciate prayer for them and their family.

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