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10+ Dishes and Drinks Everyone Should Know How to Make At Home (Including You)

10+ Dishes and Drinks Everyone Should Know How to Make At Home (Including You)
And if you're a vegetarian and don't drink, that narrows it down to like three. On a different note, I used to date a girl once who didn't know how to make hard-boiled eggs. Seriously. And no she was not 12. confused. If you're a vegetarian and don't drink, I count Roasted Garlic, Spaghetti Sauce, Basmati Rice, Tomato Sauce, Alfredo Sauce, Fried Eggs, Lentils, Mashed Potatoes, Beans, Guacamole, Romaine Salad (omit bacon.) Let's say you're vegan and not vegetarian. On a different note, that's unfortunate for her. What is this, chase jethro1138 around gawker and give him crap for exaggerating or doing whatever the opposite of exaggerating is that I just did? That said, I also hate rice so count that one out. On the different note, I have no idea if she's better but I somehow doubt it.

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