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Old Wed, Feb-25-04, 14:31
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Default Quick, easy, and goodóbut WEIRD :)

I just had a wacky thought in the kitchen. I sprinkled about a half teaspoon of granular Splenda into my hand, got a little blob of sour cream on a finger on my other hand, and rolled the sour cream into the Splenda so that it was sort of coated. I think I got the idea because I used to love dipping strawberries in sour cream and brown sugar.

Anyway, it was really tasty.
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Old Tue, Apr-20-04, 20:49
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My grandfather used to do that with the real thing (the sugar) and sour cream and just plain eat it and then feed it to my brother when he was a baby. It reminds me of cheesecake - the super easy way!!!

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Old Sun, Jul-22-07, 20:12
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i do this with cottage cheese and ricotta cheese too.... i also sprinkle a little sf cinnamon on it..... very yummy
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