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Ewwwwwwwwwww…/Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! published on 2 Comments on Ewwwwwwwwwww…/Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

We noticed yesterday that my work water bottle had yellow-green mold hanging around the bottom. :p Given that I haven’t replaced it since last July [it’s just a drug store water bottle with a squirt top], I decided to throw it out and get something else… This time my water bottle will be bigger and easier to clean…and I’ll put a recurrent reminder in my Outlook calendar to clean out the bottle at least every month.

In GOOD news, the best bread in the state is made just diagonally across the street from my workplace at Great Harvest Bakery. I go there at least twice a week to stock up. They’re very sneaky, in that they give out free slices of some of the day’s creations. That’s how they hook you… Since I became addicted last summer, I have tried many types of bread, including the following:

smoked Gouda and stout
pizza bread
nine grain
Gold Rush [a hearty bread with cornmeal]
Mountain Crunch [a sweet bread with gold and brown raisins and cranberries]
Popeye [has spinach]
cran apple orange
almond babke
brownie bread
carrot cake cream cheese roll
spinach feta
apple cheddar
maple cinnamon chip
blueberry coffee cake
farmer’s white
farmer’s wheat
coconut almond tea bread
Mediterranean olive
green chili cheese
cinnamon swirl

They also make delicious BLT panini for lunch.


We eat breakfast every Sunday morning with someone who works at a local Great Harvest…he gives us a bag of bread nearly every week, usually containing the cinnamon chip swirl (which we particularly enjoy toasted and spread with neufchâtel cheese) and honey whole wheat, and sometimes containing the spinach feta or red-white-and-blue bread or the challah (Husband is in love with the challah.) Based on that experience, all of the other varieties sound amazing…

At first, I was honestly irritated at the free bread, because he started giving it to us when I was starting to experiment with baking bread from scratch, and we really don’t eat that much bread. But no complaints now! (And time/electricity saved from not baking it at home, heh.)

Oh,yeah, I’ve seen algal growth in the ol’ water bottle a few times, too…

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