have any of you made cauliflower rice or zucchini noodles?
I love riced cauliflower and usually cook a big batch every other week. My preferred way of eating it is a mock Mexican rice with lots of peppers, onions, celery, and rotel added to the cauliflower.
I eat zucchini and/or squash several times a month. I haven't found a way of preparing it that I don't like. However, I rarely do zucchini noodles because of the extra prep time. I eat 1 or 2 spaghetti squash a month so I get my noodle fix that way.
The ISP fellas came to check out why our network keeps dropping. They can't find anything obviously wrong so are doing the elimination method to find a solution. The modem has been replaced. Still dropping. The router is replaced. Still dropping. The connections all checked. Still dropping. Out of desperation, they are scheduled to come next Monday and replace all the cable from inside the house to the pole. This cable is only 2 years old so it should be okay, but they won't be entirely sure until it is replaced to eliminate that possibility. I give them A+ in their effort to solve the problem.
I ordered 36 cans of playdough and 200 washable markers for children church class. As I was watching the kids play with the playdough last Sunday all I could think of was FLU GERMS. I am guessing the high salt content of the playdough would kill any germs, but it just seemed like a good idea to start with fresh playdough. Several of the existing cans are getting hard so it isn't entirely a wasteful effort. I wonder how long you're supposed to use playdough?
The new phone arrived today and I have already asked for a return to A-river. The touchscreen isn't working right. I bought refurbished phones before and never had a problem. However, this one is a lemon. I have another refurbished phone on order and it should arrive Friday. I am hoping to have better success with it. Once I get the new-to-me phone set up then I'll give DS9 my phone. I won't be sad to say goodbye to his slow & old system-software-can't-be-upgraded-anymore--hard-to-install-apps phone.
Lately, it seems I am constantly working on switching some sort of technology. I made the decision to swap laptops with DS9. Swapping hardware is easy and all documents are kept online so that is easy. but configuring all the tweaks & software is a PITA. I still haven't finished setting up all the devices on the new network. I am still working on it....slowly. This morning I got the scales connected. I think that only leaves the HVAC & generator to connect. I am sure they are sending SOS messages about not being able to connect. >>>insert my head in the sand ignoring their plea for connection<<<<<