Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Photo of the day, #273


Hint: a common household staple
Hey there! Hope you are having a good day so far! Today's thingamajig is good for you and may be able to help reduce high blood pressure and lower bad cholesterol. If you live in California, the top producer of this thingamajig, it is available year round. What is it?

And by the way, my birthday is coming up in a few days! I don't have any plans yet! Any suggestions? 


19 Comments:

  1. It is always good to drink some tequila. :P

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  2. Lettuce. Romaine > Iceberg. The more colorful the greens, the better for your body.

    Idaho is famous for its potatoes, but it's not our #1 crop anymore. Corn is, thanks to ethanol production...

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  3. I want to say lettuce, but that's so pedestrian. One day I'll go through all your photos from the time before I came here and make sure I don't post duplicate answers.

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  4. Celery or cabbage. But probably celery.

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  5. cabbage?

    and for your birthday, take all of the thingamajigs you've photographed, and arrange them into the word "thingamajig", and then let us guess all of the thingamajigs in them. ;)

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  6. Uhm... too light to be roman lettuce I think.. celery?

    And for your birthday you should do something really really fun. Karaoke? Ice cream indulgence? Maybe not for the time of year.. how about you grab a set of friends or something and.. uh.. well I guess it depends on what you like to do D=

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  7. Lettuce?

    For birthday I don't know

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  8. I'm going for lettuce, but preparing to feel stupid.

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  9. I might be completely off here but that looks like celery to me....

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  10. Celery???
    Oh, hope you have the best B'day!

    xo

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  11. That looks sooo healthy! haha. Happy Birthday in advance!

    Belly B :)

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  12. Celery! And on your birthday you could blog all day! That would be fun wouldn't it?!

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