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Old 05-02-2005, 07:54 AM
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Yep. Just steamed up a bunch of stuff in my excitement. Just from what little I understand, you can get very creative in cooking meals in these things. Just today I put rice in the bottom tray and mixed veggies in the top tray. It's down there steaming along right now.

Who here uses them? Are they common in the BB world for cooking rice, etc? I'd like to throw in a little of this, a little of that and have tomorrow's meals mostly done.
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steamers are definatly useful for cooking meals. my brother got one when he went to college and he said its really helpful when u dont have much time to cook meals. so in conclusion im pro steamer
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Hey wondermonkey, is that ur pic on da key??
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Hey wondermonkey, is that ur pic on da key??
It's my 'after' pic. In my 'before' pic I hadn't bulked up like you see there.
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I love my veggies steamed. My wife cooks that way for me all the time.
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"FOR" you? Sexist pig! I am cooking all my stuff myself!!!
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It's my 'after' pic. In my 'before' pic I hadn't bulked up like you see there.
Haha, ur avatar stands up for ur name
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I'm headed to Walmart to pick one up tomorrow. It can go next to my Foreman grill. ;)
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I'm headed to Walmart to pick one up tomorrow. It can go next to my Foreman grill. ;)
Glad to see that I am not the only one who shops at wally world.
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