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    Lol! I neee to get some kettle cleaner

    Interesting so many people with an intolerance to herbs...I feel awful after I eat tomatoes and garlic which makes me cry because I love Italian food.
    I'd cry if I couldn't eat garlic. Or tomatoes I eat 2 tomatoes a day usually!

    We used to clean the coffee kettle when I worked in a bar and the smell of the cleaner made me so nauseated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Lol! I neee to get some kettle cleaner

    Interesting so many people with an intolerance to herbs...I feel awful after I eat tomatoes and garlic which makes me cry because I love Italian food.
    I actually narrowed mine down from Tomatoes and garlic being possibilities to it being Dill. Almost everything i bough with one or both of those in it also had Dill. After trying a few other things eventually it was narrowed down to Dill, then about 5 years later the feeling awful was found to be Gall Stones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefooted View Post
    I actually narrowed mine down from Tomatoes and garlic being possibilities to it being Dill. Almost everything i bough with one or both of those in it also had Dill. After trying a few other things eventually it was narrowed down to Dill, then about 5 years later the feeling awful was found to be Gall Stones.
    Ouch

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    Love coriander! The roots I use in everything they have the best flavor! We also use basil , oregano and parsley daily, thyme and chives a lot too and I go through garlic and ginger like you wouldn't believe!

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    oh and lemon thyme I tend to use way too much - to the point my husband banned me!!

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    Mmmm I put lemon thyme in my chicken soup. Delicious.

    I go through a bulb of garlic every 4 days-ish? I usually use 2-3 cloves at least. There is only me and DP

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    we dont eat heaps of garlic in this house since I got pregnant - it makes me feel really bloated and gassy for some reason

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    Oooo I can't stand ginger or rosemary!!

    Shamefully probably black peppercorns - I love lots of pepper and salt, good rock salt!

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    can't stand ginger coriander and ioften can't do garlic.

    love paprika and parsley

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    I like thyme.. goes with carrots, chicken..

    and sage is so nice lightly fried with butter


 

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