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Old 07-07-2014, 16:24   #5951
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79mg/dl, blood pressure 84/52 mmHg.

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82 for me today. Not sure why higher than last several days. Probably not enough exercise as I took it easy yesterday

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70 (3.87) for me this warm morning, 81 (4.48) at bedtime.

82°F blue sky with a few clouds. Heading for the 90's all around here this week. I need to go up to town tomorrow and get some light weight clothing and I am dreading it. My top comfort temp is 80-85°F then I melt!!

@Tamagno, interesting re the microwave. The only thing I microwave any more is water for my coffee in the morning. I don't know if that could be changed in any way. Since lc/hf, everything is made from scratch and left over portions are reheated on the stove. I never really "cooked" with the microwave, but now use it even less.

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I think H2O, hOH, OHH, is still wet.

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161 this morning.

Talk of food preparation turned to the use of microwaves. Interestingly, he's decided to stop using them on account of his belief that the high frequencies employed radically and dangerously alter food chemistry as well as flavor.
I refused to have a microwave in the house because of the negative effects on soft tissue if the seal goes...how many people put their microwave at eye height? Too much knowledge about microwave technology and its medical and military useages...is not a good thing, shudder.

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73mg/dl and monsoon season looks like it has arrived...

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93 (5.1)

Our microwave is at head height. DH uses it a lot, me occasionally.

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I coulda shot OWC & our son who was living with us at the time (both six-footers) . . . when moving into our first house, those stinkers put the micro on top of the refrigerator! I couldn't even reach the damn thing!

Now we have ours about chest height - and as others have stated, use it for heating water is about all. I prob'ly use it as a timer more often than any cooking/reheating. Expensive timer, eh?!




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The general microwave rule if you don't have a handheld detector, is...if you can smell what's cooking the seal is compromised. Replace the door seal ASAP and never look through the glass door.

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196 this morning.

Well, for now at least, the microwave over the stove is an auxiliary clock nicely complementing the one on the stove below and the one on the wall above allowing me to quickly triangulate for the most accurate reading.

Reheating coffee and heating vegetables on the stove isn't bad. No difference in caffeine spike or flavor as far as I can tell. Judy, if it's been affecting my brain or vision, it may take awhile to heal.

Mbuster, I'd been buying my H2O dehydrated in a can. I quickly stopped that once I realized I had to add water to rehydrate. Similar deal with the pricey DVD rewinder I'd bought...

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