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These are the greatest juicers!!! They're chef'n FreshForce Citrus Juicers. Although they may look like other juicers, you must take note of the ridges on the top of the juicers. Those are gears, which use mechanical advantage to give you additional leverage. You can get nearly every drop of juice with very little effort!

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I apologize for the delayed response. I've been so busy for the past couple of weeks that I haven't made on to Jigidi until now.

Thank you for your kind words, and that fabulous hug! I am doing well, health-wise, but I'm even better with you in my corner!


I'm a bit late to this one, but Brighty - we have something else in common now.
Elvis, I have all these colours on knives and gadgets in the kitchen, great choice. I didn't know you'd been sick and am very happy that you recovered. We too love good bread, its hard to give up, kudos to you. Two hugs, one each …………. (✿´‿`)



Thank you, dear sparklighie, you are so kind!

I have to give credit to my doctors and alternative medical practitioners, but even more goes to my friends and family. It is my firm belief that we are not separate beings unconnected from one another. We are individual manifestations of a greater whole - whether a person calls it God, the Cosmos, Brahman, or any number of alternatives. The main point is that at a deeper level than we ordinarily see in our daily lives, we are all one. When a friend sends a good thought or a prayer, it is healing, even if "I" never know about it.

I am so glad to hear about your husband's recovery and that you are going strong. I know how hard it is to go through life without your beloved partner. I'm definitely sending good thoughts and prayers that BOTH of you continue to have good health and happiness!

You're so right - on both counts! It would be great to live closer. It would probably have to be a LOT closer rather than a little, but still it would be great to be able to drop in on one another every once in a while. That's all true, but so is the fact that we already ARE good friends! ♥︎♥︎♥︎ Much love to you, my friend!


Dearest Elvis - just read what you have been through on surreal heidis puzzle and i am in awe of what you have been through and am so Happy you still with us my dear friend ☺☺☺ i thank god and your doctors and alternative medicine for seeing you through it - along with your positive cheerful attitude xx blessings and many hugs ♥♥♥ my hubby has also been through devastating illness from 2000 -2004 and on and off for all through the years but we got him through it and we are still going strong - wish you lived just a little closer ☻☻☻ we could all be good friends - ha ha we are ☺☺ ♥ @ElvisBanana




☺☺☺☺☺☺☺ and more of it too


Just as I said on that other puzzle (♥ I LOVE RAINBOWS ♥), "Same to you, but more of it!"


Yes she did xx and Israel is such a beautiful country. Your sourdough pizza sounds wonderful. Wishing you a lovely weekend xx


Did your daughter marry an Israeli? Or did she go there for some other reason? I think it's great when people stretch themselves and discover new things. Despite all the wonderful foods in Israel, it's no wonder that she loves food from home the most.

I love the food from that part of the world. I'm more familiar with Lebanese food, but I do know that they have many dishes in common (though with different names, and local variations). Due to my doctor-imposed diet, I don't get to eat much Middle Eastern foods. There are too many legumes in many of my favorite dishes, so I just stay away from them. Every once in a while, I'll cheat on my diet and have some, but please don't tell my doctor!

Here in my little town, we have a pizza place that makes gluten-free (GF) crust. It's pretty good, considering how bad many GF crusts are. I like to cheat when I have their pizza, too, because their regular crust is so good. The owners decided to break the cardinal rule they were taught in "pizza-making school". That was to NEVER use a sourdough crust. I'm guessing the reason why is that taking care of a sourdough starter is a job that never ends. Still, they decided to do it, and it makes fabulous pizza! It's so good, I'm willing to cheat on my diet, but only once in a great while.

I love every type of citrus fruit that I've tried, with the exception of pomelo. There's just too much pith in there to make it worthwhile. By the way, thanks for the translation of "naartjies". I would have wondered what kind of crazy fruits you have there in South Africa without it!


hi dear friend - our daughter in israel is gluten intolerant too xx she had to change her entire lifestyle thank goodness so far our grandson raveh is not .. so far!! She makes some amazing foods - but funnily enough even though israel has hugs arrays of gluten free foods - she loves south african ones best - so when we visit we pay for an extra suitcase that way and take her frozen breads and biscuits pastas and cookies. Some of our pizza places here make gluten free pizza (kind of yeuchy!!) She suffered for about 3 years before they found out what the problem was ☻☻ definitely no pineapple ever in our house - but i do love naartjies/clementines and oranges ☺☺


brightspark, I'm sorry to hear that. My nephew has deadly allergies to nuts and legumes, so I'm familiar with what that's all about. Still, I've never heard of an allergy to citrus. However, it makes sense that some people's bodies just can't deal with citrus, there are allergies to just about everything else.

I don't have any food allergies, but my Chinese doctor has really restricted my diet. The hardest thing for me to give up has been bread. I can really do fine without wheat (meaning gluten) in almost all cases, but I sure hate to give up bread. And wouldn't you know it, there are reasonable substitutes for pasta (though it's not NEARLY as good as the real thing!), cookies, breakfast cereals, and a whole host of other things - but nothing decent for bread! I've tried them all, and I've stopped trying. I'm kind of a food snob, and stooping to the gluten-free pasta was hard enough. But the bread? It's always terrible!

Oh brother! Listen to me gripe! What to I have to complain about? Nothing! If giving up bread can help my health, it's more than worth it. So just forget I said all of that. (If the emojis worked in these comments, I'd insert the one with the yellow-faced cartoon rolling his eyes).

I suppose that even if you take your pills, you don't really want to have citrus around, considering your daughter's allergies. Well, when she's not around, take an allergy pill and make up some limeade. If you like limes, you won't be sorry!


before i eat anything citrus i have to take an allergy tablet otherwise i get sores in my mouth - our youngest daughter is totally allergic and cannot eat citrus at all and my hubby and his sister are Deadly allergic to pineapple ☺☺☺☺ i love the colours xxx thx


Oh, it absolutely is! I just love it! I have the yellow "lemon" version, but the orange one would probably be even more useful. I can jam a small orange into mine, but not a big one. Of course, if you have the big orange one, you can still juice small limes with it.


thx so much for the info ☺☺☺☺☺ excellent gadget xxx ☺☺