Hi Everyone! I have been real good today. I have been concentrating on my fruits and veggies. Tomorrow is market day, so tonight I decided to juice all my veggies so I could get new tomorrow. I got out my juicer. I haven't used it since Oct. It is a lot of work! I washed the washed the receptacles and wiped down the unite. I juices carrots, radishes, cucumbers, and cucumbers. I was so proud of myself. When I tore apart the unit to wash it, I got an unwelcome surprise. There was a mud dabber (wasp) nest inside it!!! All that work for nothing.
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Oh yuck, Marybeth! I wonder what nutrition a wasp nest has in it? LOL! Seriously though, you had to have been so frustrated! Haven't we all had similar experiences - well, not exactly! I once made vegetable beef soup from my grandmother's recipe. It takes hours, but is delicious. I left out a major ingredient. I added it at the end, but that batch just was never what it should have been.
Kudos for trying to use up those great veggies.
Debbie SW 265 CW 150 maintaining - Don't exchange what you want MOST for what you want at the moment.
well Mary beth that must have been a surprise I used to have hornets and wasps under all my shutters well My house no longer has shutters and to keep bugs away I spray the outside of my house with lemon scented amonia it keeps them away you maybe should have taken it apart before juiceing maybe next time start with takeing it apart// Hugs Judy:)
SW 247 CW 149ish maintaining
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