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    I don't feel the desire to try that
  3. I'll add this cake as dessert 😁
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  5. They were good.... I also like al pastor and carnitas....
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  7. Today we introduce a different type of steak recipe. It’s called, “Berdeans Cube Steak.” It takes a few hours to cook fully, but we felt the results deemed the time spent. This recipe serves four people and is just 395 calories per servings. We enjoy eating steak because for the most part, you can get full from just the meat. By bypassing the carbs, you enjoy a hearty meal at only half the calories. Ingredients 4 (4 ounce) cube steaks salt and pepper to taste 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/3 cup vegetable oil 1 teaspoon beef bouillon granules Instructions Season the cube steaks on both sides with salt and pepper. Pour the flour onto a shallow plate and press the steaks into the flour; shake off the excess flour. Heat the oil in a large skillet with lid over medium-high heat. Place the steaks into the hot oil, and cook until golden brown on both sides, about 3 minutes per side. Pour water into the skillet to almost cover the steaks. Stir the beef bouillon and salt to taste into the water. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until very tender, about 2 hours. Enjoy! Via Healthiguide
  8. We found an amazing shrimp recipe called, “Garlic Shrimp Linguine.” Shrimp is one of our favorite seafood ingredients to put into meals. It is one of the healthiest forms of protein to consume because it is very low in calories. Which also makes it an amazing weight cutting tool. This recipe includes a hint of Parmesan cheese. Avoid that if you want to cut calories. It also includes a tablespoon of butter, but you can either use fake butter or avoid to all together. Enjoy! Ingredients 1 pound uncooked linguine 1 tablespoon butter 3 tablespoons white wine 2 teaspoons grated Parmesan cheese 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon chopped fresh parsley 1 pinch salt and pepper to taste 1 pound medium shrimp, peeled and deveined Instructions Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook for 8 to 10 minutes or until al dente; drain. In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium low heat; add wine, cheese, garlic, parsley and salt and pepper to taste. Simmer over low heat for 3 to 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Increase heat to medium high and add shrimp to saucepan; cook for about 3 to 4 minutes or until shrimp begins to turn pink. Do not overcook. Divide pasta into portions and spoon sauce on top; garnish with Parmesan cheese and fresh parsley, if desired. Enjoy! Via Healthiguide
  9. Today we present another popular Korean dish called, “Easy Bulgogi.” This meal is a staple to most if not all Korean restaurants and households. It’s fairly easy to make, taking only 1 hour and 15 minutes to prep and cook. It’s relatively healthy and can be consumed with or without rice (save calories). Adding a teaspoon of honey adds a kick to the dish. Try it out! Ingredients 1/4 yellow onion, thinly sliced 2 green onions, chopped, dark green parts separated from white and light green parts 1/3 cup soy sauce 3 tablespoons white sugar 2 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon sesame oil 1/4 teaspoon Korean red pepper flakes 1/4 teaspoon minced fresh ginger 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 1/2 pounds beef sirloin steak, cut very thin using kitchen shears 1 teaspoon honey, or to taste Instructions Combine yellow onion, white and light green parts of green onions, soy sauce, sugar, sesame seeds, garlic, sesame oil, red pepper flakes, ginger, and black pepper in a bowl until marinade is well mixed. Add steak slices to marinade; cover and refrigerate, 1 hour to 1 day. Heat a skillet over medium heat. Working in batches, cook and stir steak and marinade together in the hot skillet, adding honey to caramelize the steak, until steak is cooked through, about 5 minutes. Garnish bulgogi with green parts of green onions. Enjoy! Via Healthiguide
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    • No surprise because you have a negative opinion.... and I suspect a hate for all authority...in any shape or form
    • Some good points there Srecko. It was obviously God who decided when it was ok to kill, based on laws that superseded the command not to kill. The question then is, when it comes to shunning, who decides when it's ok to shun and when it is not ok? Or is there something that supersedes the command to shun? First I want to address this comment you made: I understand the parallels you are trying to draw. There are many examples in history of family members disowning other family members, cutting them off as if the other person no longer exists. In these instances it is humans that make their own personal law. Sometimes it's based on understandable reasons, (extreme evilness on the part of the one who is being disowned) and sometimes on purely frivolous grounds (used as blackmail). Of course there are many many different reasons, too many to mention. I suppose this sounds reasonable. Usually when this situation occurs, the person is not in a disfellowshipped state. I have often thought about this problematic and I have still not found satisfactory justification for some of these actions. I can understand that a person guilty of breaking the Bible's commands and not repenting, or changing, should not be a part of the congregation. The congregation must be kept clean, otherwise Jesus "could vomit it out of his mouth". (Rev 3:16) He says "All those for whom I have affection, I reprove and discipline. So be zealous and repent" (Rev 3:19). And  "‘Therefore remember from where you have fallen, and repent and do the deeds you did at first. If you do not, I will come to you, and I will remove your lampstand from its place, unless you repent". (Rev 2:5) and “‘Nevertheless, I have a few things against you, that you have there those adhering to the teaching of Baʹlaam......  So repent. If you do not, I am coming to you quickly, and I will war against them with the long sword of my mouth"  I think just those few scriptures in Revelation show clearly Jesus' feelings about keeping the congregation morally and spiritually clean. We also have Paul's counsel. However, we know that those who have not repented are not thrown out of the congregation literally, but symbolically. They can still attend the meetings if they want. But they cannot participate and speak to anyone. Why? Because they have been disfellowshipped. So in this sense they have been "removed" BUT by being able to still go to meetings they are able to receive Jehovah's instructions and come to repentance, and then be welcomed back. Now imagine if this person had literally been thrown out, and was not allowed to put foot inside the KH. How would they be able to "repent and come back"? How would that work in practice? So in this sense, disfellowshipping is a merciful and loving provision, because the person is still able to receive spiritual instruction. But if they weren't disfellowshipped, and everyone would speak with them, then there would be no difference at all would there? Now the questions I ask is, it makes sense for the congregation, but how is it outside the congregation? This is where I find the difficulty. There are several things to consider. One is; are we Christians only inside the congregation, or are we Christians 24/7? Obviously we are Christians all of the time. So we could argue that whatever applies inside the congregation should also apply outside of it. Then there is the family. Frequently there is a misunderstanding in what family means. The broad definition is "a group of people who share common ancestors" a more usual definition is "group of people that may be made up of partners, children, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents" then the classic definition, and the ones JW mean when they say family is; "a group consisting of parents and children living together in a household" It's also called the nuclear family. We know that members of a household or nuclear family are not shunned. Only those living outside the household.  I am ok with that, but I think that associating with family living outside the household should be left up to conscience, (your first conclusion). That is just my opinion. So is there something that supersedes the command to shun? (this is for anyone to answer, not just Srecko)         The basics are in the Bible, for anyone to see
    • The great thing about that, being Jesus, he  did not have to use a 2x4" timber upside the mule's head to get him to talk!
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