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FOOD FUN: What Does The Fox Say?

What does the fox say? Ring-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding, for starters (here’s the official video on YouTube.

Sing the song as you enjoy these foxy pancakes, designed by Angie Ramirez for NatureBox, an e-tailer of healthy snacks. Angie shares yummy food, easy DIY crafts, adventures of motherhood, and everything in between on her blog, Little Inspiration. She intended this pancake to be a bear. Bear, fox: take your pick.

Prep time is 20 minutes, cook time 5 minutes per pancake.

RECIPE: FOXY PANCAKES

Ingredients For 8 Pancakes

  • 1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 3-1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon white sugar
  • 1-1/4 cups milk
  • 1 egg
  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 16 strawberries
  • 24 blueberries
  • 16 saspberries
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    The fox says: “Make these pancakes!” Photo courtesy NatureBox.com.

     

    Preparation

    1. COMBINE all dry ingredients in a medium bowl. Whisk in milk, egg and melted butter.

    2. PREHEAT griddle or non-stick pan. Scoop a small amount of pancake mix (about 3 tablespoons) in the middle of the griddle to form a circle. Cook until bubbles start to form, about 2-3 minutes. Carefully, flip pancake to the other side and cook until lightly brown, about 2 minutes.

    3. ASSEMBLE.

  • For the head: use a round pancake.
  • For the ears and body: slice the strawberries into thirds, and use the middle section for the ears and body.
  • For the tail: slice a sliver of a rounded edge of strawberry.
  • For the eyes: use blueberries, sliced in half.
  • For the legs: use raspberries, sliced in half.
  • For the arms: cut a small piece of pancake to create an arm shape.
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    FOOD FUN: Chicken & Waffles

    The edgiest chicken and waffles. Photo
    courtesy Rusty Mackerel | New York City.

     

    The hippest “chicken and waffles” we’ve ever seen are at the The Rusty Mackerel in Washington Heights (northern Manhattan).

    Chef/owner James “Mac” Moran, former Executive Chef de Cuisine of Todd English’s “Olives” restaurant, goes switches out the chicken for jerked quail, the gravy for miso-sweet potato purée and the waffles for homemade waffle ice cream cones filled with the sweet potato purée and a topping of smoked maple “fluff.”

    Personally, we’ll keep going up to the Rusty Mackerel rather than attempting to make it at home. But if you’ve got the chops, Chef Mac has shared his recipe for the accompaniments. Prepare your own favorite recipe for chicken, jerked quail or any bird that suits your fancy.

     

    RECIPE: RUSTY MACKEREL’S “CHICKEN & WAFFLES”

    Spice Mix Ingredients

  • 1-1/2 cups allspice
  • 8 cups salt
  • 5-1/2 cups garlic powder
  • 4 cups sugar
  • 1 cups chipotle powder
  • 1/2 cup ground clove
  • 2 cups dried thyme leaves
  • 2 cups ground black pepper
  • 4 cups cayenne pepper
  • 1 cup ground cinnamon
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    Spice Mix Preparation

    1. COMBINE all ingredients and store them in an airtight container.

    2. RUB onto your meat of choice, roughly about 1-1/2 teaspoons per serving. For best results, marinate for at least an hour to allow the flavors to penetrate the meat.

     
    Miso Sweet Potato Purée Ingredients

  • 1-1/4 pounds sweet potatoes, peeled and diced
  • 3 tablespoons of white miso
  • 1/2 cup chicken stock
  • Coarse sea salt and fresh-ground black pepper to taste
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    Preparation

    1. SIMMER potatoes in chicken stock until tender and cooked through. Place into a food processor (the restaurant uses a Vitamix, filling no more than half way (process in to batches if necessary).

    2. ADD the miso paste as the appliance pulverizes the potato, mixing until thoroughly integrated. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

    3. STUFF into waffle cones and top with “marshmallow fluff” (both recipes are below). Also use as “gravy drops” (see photo below).

     
    Smoked Maple Marshmallow “Fluff” Ingredients

  • 1 quart of grade A maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup of quick smoke stick tinder
  • 1 tablespoons of versa whip*
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    *A thickener and stabilizer similar to egg whites or gelatin but much more powerful.

     

    Smoked Maple Marshmallow “Fluff” Preparation Ingredients

    1. PLACE maple syrup in a half hotel pan (a deep roasting pan—here’s more about hotel pans) and place into a full hotel pan.

    2. ADD the tinder into a 1/9 size pan and place inside the full hotel pan parallel to the maple. Ignite to create good smoke. Cover with aluminum foil and allow to smoke. For best results, let it steep overnight.

    3. PLACE into blender and add the versa whip, allowing the blender to shear it thoroughly. Add mixture to a Kitchen Aid mixer (or equivalent) with a whip attachment and blend on high until stiff peaks appear. Put into a piping bag and pipe to fit top of waffle cones. You can also pipe smaller sizes as plate decorations.
     
    Waffle Cone Ingredients

    The restaurant makes their own, but you can buy cones:

     

    The “waffles” are waffle ice cream cones stuffed with puréed sweet potatoes. Photo courtesy Rusty Mackerel | NYC.

  • 3 cups heavy cream
  • 1-1/2 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch
  • Special equipment: waffle cone iron, wooden cone-form
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    Waffle Cone Preparation

    1. WHIP the cream until mousse-like. Sift the remaining ingredients together stir them into the cream mixture. Let the batter rest for 30 minutes.

    2. HEAT the waffle iron and brush with little oil. Pour in some batter folllowing the manufacturer’s specifications. Once browned, move quickly and roll the waffle over itself to form a cone. Let cool on the waffle mold.

    Serve with the chicken/poultry preparation of your choice.

    Whew! We’re exhausted just from reading this recipe. It‘s time to head to The Rusty Mackerel and let the professionals do the work.

      

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    HOLIDAY: National Oatmeal Day

    It’s National Oatmeal Day.

    The original oatmeal enthusiasts were the Scots, who were eating them many centuries ago when their English neighbors were only growing oats as livestock feed.

    The groats—the hulled kernels of the cereal—required soaking overnight and cooking for perhaps 30 minutes, so oatmeal was not exactly a convenience breakfast. But modern processing has made it very easy for us to enjoy oatmeal in a minute—and good oatmeal in five to ten minutes.

    ROLLED OATS

    Rolled oats are what most Americans think of as oatmeal. Quaker Oats’ Old Fashioned Oats have been breakfast fare for generations.

    To make rolled oats, the groats are flattened under giant rollers, which makes them easier to cook but removes much of the fiber-filled bran in the process.

    There are different types of rolled oats:

     

    The most familiar form of oats are rolled oats, where the groats are rolled flat. Photo by Kelly Cline | IST.

  • Rolled oats, which cook in 5-10 minutes.
  • Quick oats which are cut into smaller pieces and rolled thinner, have less chew than standard rolled oats. They cook in one minute.
  • Instant oats, the fastest-cooking oats. They are cut smaller and rolled thinner still, then precooked and dehydrated so they can instantly mix with hot water.
     
    The thinner that oats are rolled, the more surface area they have, the quicker they cook. However, the more oats are processed, the more nutritional value is lost. And, alas, texture and flavor is lost as well, creating a blander, mushier product—and the popularity of highly sugared and flavored instant oats.

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    Steel cut oats, the original oatmeal. Photo by
    Hannah Kaminsky | THE NIBBLE.

     

    STEEL-CUT OATS

    Steel-cut oats, also called cut oats, Irish oats or Scottish oats, and coarse-cut oats, are groats (the whole oat kernel) that have been cut into very small pieces using steel discs. This produces a different result from rolled into flakes.

    They are a far better source of fiber than rolled oats, and delightfully chewy (note: baked goods should be made with rolled oats, unless you want a chewy oat bread or muffin).

    Cooking time is considerably longer than for rolled oats—30 minutes—but the cooked oatmeal has a nice texture to it—it’s more al dente than rolled oats (and our favorite).

    The luxurious texture and longer cooking time imparts more flavor as well. Oatmeal imported from Ireland and Scotland, like McCann’s and Flahavan’s, tends to be steel-cut oats.

    Our trick to speedier steel-cut oats: Make a double or triple batch; refrigerate the extra portions and microwave them for “one-minute steel-cut oats.”

     
    The Health Benefits Of Oatmeal
     
    Oatmeal Serving Suggestions

     

      

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    TIP OF THE DAY: Egg Bake For Breakfast Or Brunch

    Make it in advance. In the morning, just
    place it in the oven. Photo courtesy Kraft.

     

    We tried this do-ahead baked egg dish this past weekend, and enjoyed the ease of doing the prep work in advance. We rolled out of bed, turned on the oven to preheat, and within the hour were enjoying a sumptuous casserole.

    We added spinach, cheese and bacon added to eggs. You can customize it with seasonal ingredients—asparagus, tomatoes or zucchini, for example—and/or substitute ham, sausage, turkey or other protein for the bacon.

    You can vary the cheeses or use a mixture of them—Cheddar, goat cheese, Emmenthaler (Swiss), Parmesan or other favorite.

    The recipe is courtesy Kraft. Prep time is 20 minutes, cook time is 40-50 minutes.

    DO-AHEAD EGG BAKE (CASSEROLE)

    Ingredients For 12 Servings

  • 8 large eggs
  • 3 cups milk
  • 8 cups French bread cubes* (3/4 inch)
  • 1 package (10 ounces) frozen chopped spinach, thawed, squeezed dry
  • 12 slices cooked bacon, crumbled
  • 1 package (8 ounces) shredded sharp Cheddar cheese, divided
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    *You’ll need about half of 1-pound loaf of bread to get the 8 cups of cubes.

     

    Preparation

    1. WHISK eggs and milk in large bowl until well blended. Stir in bread. Add spinach, bacon and 1-1/2 cups cheese; mix lightly.

    2. POUR into a 13 x 9-inch baking dish sprayed with cooking spray; top with remaining cheese. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

    3. HEAT oven to 350°F. Bake, uncovered, 48 to 50 minutes or until the top is puffed and golden brown.

     

    Fresher than most. Photo courtesy Eggland’s Best.

     

    TIP: FRESH EGGS ARE THE BEST

    You can make your egg dishes and baked goods even more flavorful with Eggland’s Best. Because the eggs are typically delivered to supermarkets within 72 hours of laying, they have a great fresh-from-the-farm taste.

    Of course, your retailer needs to put the fresh eggs on the shelf, rather than stockpiling them in the warehouse. Check with the store manager to be sure.

    TIP: DIAL DOWN THE CALORIES

    You can save 50 calories and 6 g total fat per serving by preparing this recipe with cholesterol-free egg product, fat-free milk, turkey bacon and 2% milk shredded Cheddar cheese.

      

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    TIP OF THE DAY: Food Bars Part 2 ~ Lunch & Dinner

    Fully loaded from the hot dog bar. Photo
    courtesy Dietz & Watson.

     

    Yesterday we looked at food bars for breakfast and brunch. Today, it’s lunch and dinner.

    FOOD BARS FOR LUNCH & DINNER

  • Burger Bar: beef, turkey and veggie burgers with bacon, cheese (blue, cheddar, havarti, jack, swiss), condiments (barbecue sauce, ketchup, mayonnaise), grilled pineapple, guacamole, jalapeños, lettuce, salsa, sautéed/caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, sliced raw onion, tomato.
  • Chili Bar: bean chili and meat chili plus avocado slices, black olives, chopped green onions, cheeses (cheddar, jack, queso fresco), cilantro, corn chips, diced tomatoes, jalapeños, salsa, sour cream.
  • Hero Sandwich or Panini Bar: a selection of meats and cheeses with all the fixings: giardinera plus your choice of all the other ingredients in this article.
  • Hot Dog Bar: hot dogs, brautwurst and sausage (include non-beef, non-pork choices) plus assorted buns and rolls, bacon, baked beans, blue cheese, caramelized/grilled onions, chili, cole slaw, condiments (ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard choices, olives, pickles, relish, corn relish, salsa), jalapeños, raw vegetables (cucumber, diced tomato, onions, shredded lettuce), shredded cheeses.
  • Falafel & Gyro Bar: babaganoush (eggplant spread), couscous, falafel balls, lamb, lettuce, onions, pita bread, tomatoes, olives, tzatziki (yogurt-cucumber sauce—recipe).
  • Mac & Cheese Bar: one or two mac and cheese recipes with different cheeses and pasta shapes, plus lots of toppings: caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, seafood (crab, shrimp, scallops and lobster if you’re in the chips), fresh herbs, heat (chili flakes, diced jalapeños), toasted bread crumbs.
  • Nacho Bar: tortilla chips plus black olives, chili sauce, chopped fresh chiles (jalapeño and a milder option, such as banana peppers), cilantro, diced tomatoes, guacamole, hot sauce queso sauce (regular and jalapeño), refried beans, salsa (different types), shredded lettuce, sliced green onions, sour cream.
  • Pasta Bar: different pasta shapes and at least three sauces (cream-based, olive oil-based, tomato-based), grated cheese, meat and vegetable toppings.
  • Pizza Bar: basic red and white pizzas plus most of the toppings listed in the rest of this article.
  • Potato Bar: baked, fries, mashed and/or sweet potatoes with chives; same fixings as the Mac & Cheese Bar.
  • Risotto Bar: plain risotto with all sorts of mix-ins like asparagus (or seasonal vegetables), bacon, caramelized onions, cheese, cheeses (crumbled blue and/or goat cheese, grated or shaved parmesan), chives and other fresh herbs, ham/prosciutto, seafood (crab, lobster, scallops, shrimp).
  • Salad Bar: The original food bar concept; expand the ingredients to allow for the creation of chef salads, Cobb salads and spinach salads.
  • Soup Bar: Best in the winter with hearty soups like vegetable, potato or tomato, with garnishes of bacon bits, beans grated cheese, green onions, meats (diced chicken, sausage slices, shrimp), rice and/or other grains and sour cream/Greek yogurt.
  • Taco/Burrito Bar: beef, chicken, fish plus chopped tomatoes, cilantro, grated cheese, guacamole, olives, onions, salsa, tortilla chips, refried beans.
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    Coming tomorrow: dessert bars.

      

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    TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Japanese Cone Crepes

    Pick your crepes. Photo courtesy Eight Turn
    Crepe.

     

    If you get excited by the thought of crepes, take a look at Eight Turn Crepe and get out your crepe pan.

    The take-out restaurant concept, which originated in Tokyo, has just opened in New York City. The gluten-free, rice flour crepes are packed with fresh ingredients and rolled into a cone shape.

    The varieties, for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert, are all so exciting that we want to have every one.

    Read the full review.

    If you’re in New York City, head to 55 Spring Street in Soho. Here’s the company website.

    Be sure to have yuzulade—yuzu lemonade. (The recipe is in the review.)

    Then, hope that an Eight Turn Crepe opens near you.

     

      

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    PRODUCT: belVita Breakfast Biscuits, Soft Baked

    belVita Soft Baked breakfast biscuit in
    Mixed Berry. Photo courtesy Nabisco.

     

    In various surveys, fewer than half of Americans report eating breakfast every day—even though studies show that breakfast eaters can benefit from improved concentration during the morning, a positive impact on managing body weight and other advantages.

    That’s why Nabisco launched belVita Breakfast Biscuits last year. A better grab-and-go alternative, the flavorful, whole-grain biscuits are delicious with coffee, tea or a yogurt. They earned their place as a NIBBLE Top Pick Of The Week.

    The whole-grain biscuits are meant to be part of a balanced breakfast, along with a serving of lowfat dairy and fruit, such as:

  • Apple slices and lowfat cheese
  • Banana and a nonfat latte
  • Fresh strawberries and nonfat Greek yogurt
  • Smoothie made with lowfat Greek yogurt and frozen blueberries
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    But even if all you do is munch on belVita with your coffee, you’ll be ahead of the game—if your game consists of a less nutritious, higher calorie bagel, danish, muffin or other carb. belVita Breakfast Biscuits are portioned in convenient, individual packs that make grab-and-go easy and control your portion size.

     

    Now, the original crunchy biscuits have been joined by Soft Baked.

    Personally, we prefer the original crunchy biscuits—we love to crunch. But those who like a muffin in the morning should opt for the Soft Baked. They’re similar to a muffin consistency, rolled flat in the shape of a bar, in:

  • Mixed Berry
  • Oats & Chocolate
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    One biscuit, a 1.76 ounce/50 g serving, contains 20% of your daily value of fiber (11 g per serving), 180 (Mixed Berry) or 200 (Oats & Chocolate) calories and 7 g fat.

     

    Boxes of the two Soft Baked biscuit* flavors. Photo courtesy Nabisco.

     

    The line is certified kosher (dairy) by OU and is carried by supermarkets and other retailers nationwide.
     

    *Having said “biscuit” more times in this article than we typically say in a year, we can’t sign off without offering for your amusement the biscuit tongue twister of our youth. Say this three times quickly:

    A box of biscuits.
    A box of mixed biscuits.
    A biscuit mixer.

      

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    PRODUCT: Funfetti Stars & Stripes Pancake Mix

    Funfetti for a fun July 4th.Photo by Elvira
    Kalviste | THE NIBBLE.

     

    If you’re planning July 4th festivities, start with breakfast. Hungry Jack has a patriotic pancake mix for Independence Day: Funfetti Stars & Stripes Pancake Mix.

    There are neither stars nor stripes in the mix, but teeny red and blue candy bits* that provide specks of color. They’re too small to add significant flavor or texture to the pancakes, but they are, as the product name says, fun. And the pancakes are delicious.

    If you want to make more of an impact, you can make special July 4th pancakes with:

  • Dried raspberries and blueberries
  • Fresh blueberries and diced fresh strawberries
  • Red, white and blue star sprinkles or non-pareils
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    HOW MANY TYPES OF PANAKES HAVE YOU
    HAD?

    Check out all the different types of pancakes in our Pancake & Waffle Glossary.

     

    *Ingredients include sugar, cornstarch, vegetable oil, confectioner’s glaze, canuba wax and color.

      

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    TIP OF THE DAY: Chilaquiles For Breakfast

    Chilaquiles with avocado. Photo courtesy
    Avocados From Mexico.

     

    Still looking for something special for Father’s Day breakfast? How about chilaquiles (chee-la-KEE-lace), a traditional Mexican breakfast or brunch dish.

    While there are numerous regional variations, here’s a typical recipe: Corn tortillas are cut into quarters and lightly fried. Next comes green or red salsa or mole sauce, then fried eggs.

    Pulled chicken can be added; the dish is topped with shredded queso fresco and/or crema, Mexican sour cream. Sliced raw onion, avocado or other garnish can be added. A side of refried beans typically completes the dish.

    Don’t confuse chilaquiles with the Tex-Mex dish migas, scrambled eggs mixed with chopped green onions, shredded Cheddar and crushed tortilla chips or tortilla strips.

    This recipe is courtesy Avocados From Mexico, which has many delicious avocado recipes on its website.

     

    RECIPE: CHILAQUILES WITH AVOCADO AND EGGS

    Ingredients For 4 Servings

     

  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 8 six-inch corn tortillas, quartered
  • 1-1/2 cups red salsa
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 avocado, halved, pitted, peeled and cubed
  • 2 small radishes, thinly sliced
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    Preparation

    1. HEAT oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add tortillas. Carefully stir and turn tortillas to coat them with oil until crisp, about 6-8 minutes. Remove from heat.

    2. FRY eggs in a separate skillet. As eggs are finishing…

    3. RETURN tortillas to medium heat. Pour salsa over crisp tortillas, turning to coat until they are slightly soft but still chewy. Top tortillas with fried eggs, avocado and radishes.

     

    Avocados are a delicious breakfast food: plain, on toast or with eggs. Photo courtesy Avocados From Mexico.

     

    TIP: If you want the tortillas to remain crisp, hold the salsa and pour it over the other ingredients immediately before serving.

      

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    TIP OF THE DAY: Waffle Bar

    Hold the maple syrup: This Mexican Sunrise
    Waffle is topped with a fried egg and salsa.
    Photo courtesy Peach Valley Cafe.

     

    Father’s Day excitement: Turn brunch into a design-your-own waffle bar.

    We adapted this idea from Peach Valley Cafe, which has a variety of tasty waffles on the menu.

    Make your favorite waffles (we go for whole grain) and decide on your toppings, sweet or savory:

    SAVORY WAFFLE TOPPINGS

  • Chopped fresh herbs (basil, chives, dill, parsley)
  • Chopped green onions (scallions)
  • Grilled vegetable strips
  • Hot sauce
  • Salsa
  • Sautéed cherry tomatoes
  • Sour cream, Greek yogurt or crème fraîche
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    PROTEIN TOPPINGS FOR SAVORY WAFFLES

  • Bacon
  • Cheese: crumbled blue cheese or goat cheese, shredded Cheddar or mozzarella
  • Chicken/turkey
  • Chili
  • Eggs: fried, hard cooked/sliced, poached, scrambled
  • Grilled shrimp
  • Ham
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    SWEET TOPPINGS

  • Candies: chocolate chips, mini marshmallows, M&Ms, Reese’s Pieces, toffee bits
  • Cottage cheese flavored with cinnamon sugar
  • Crème fraîche, mascarpone, whipped cream
  • Crumbled Oreos or chocolate wafer cookies
  • Cooked fruit: cinnamon apple slices, peaches, chopped oranges
  • Dried fruit: blueberries, cherries, cranberries
  • Fresh fruit: berries
  • Ice cream
  • Marinated fruit: fresh or dried fruit marinated in Grand Marnier or other orange liqueur
  • Nuts: almonds, pecans, pistachios, walnuts
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    OMG: an Oreo waffle. Dad may pass on it, but kids will love it. Photo courtesy Peach Valley Cafe.

     
    MAPLE SYRUP ALTERNATIVES FOR SWEET WAFFLES

  • Brown sugar
  • Caramel and/or chocolate sauce
  • Chutney
  • Maple syrup and/or fruit syrup
  • Preserves
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    Of course, you need to make a selection from all of these options. But if you have more to add to the list, let us know!

      

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