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Post by Guest on Tue May 21, 2013 2:57 am

thayir vada. tastes like dahi vada without the sweet saunt and red chilli powder sprinkling.


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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Tue May 21, 2013 3:47 am

Breakfast today was dim sum. Siew Mai and prawn dumplings.

Lunch was all of old McDonald's farmyard on a plate: roast duck, roast pork, braised beef and honey chicken with steamed rice. Dessert was a chocolate petit-four and rum'n raisin ice cream.

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Post by Impedimenta on Tue May 21, 2013 6:31 am

Huz - that thayir vadai looks delicious. Wow!
MD - I had dolce de leche with strawberries yesferday . Ha! I want to eat the same for breakdast today. Double ha! But I just got back from the gym. Life is unfair.

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Post by Guest on Tue May 21, 2013 7:31 am

Impedimenta wrote:Huz - that thayir vadai looks delicious. Wow!
thanks!

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Post by Captain Bhankas on Fri May 24, 2013 3:51 am

since savitabai has quit her job citing personal reasons, it is i and my wife who has been cooking food for the past 3 weeks. last night i made aloo-aloo in maharashtrian style and mixed it with rice for dinner. the kirana shops here were closed and i could not buy curd, but aloo-aloo, rice and curd is my favourite meal. i just ate leftovers again.

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Post by Guest on Fri May 24, 2013 5:09 am

Kanda Batata Rasaa looks good! will try it. txs for the tip captain.

btw what is "goda masala/black maharashtrian masala?" kokum is available here.

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Post by Captain Bhankas on Fri May 24, 2013 5:30 am

we usually purchase it from the local store (run by a brahmin family) that stocks authentic maharashtrian goodies used in a typical brahmin household. i don't trust kirana stores to match that quality.

i am not sure how it is prepared, but i trust sanjeev kapoor to be right. goda masala is the king of MH kitchen. and by that, i mean brahmin kitchen for i don't know much about how other households cook their food.

btw, i prefer tomatoes to kokum in this aloo-aloo preparation.

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Post by Guest on Fri May 24, 2013 5:33 am

wow. this is the equivalent of the bengali panch phoron. must try this. will try kanda batata rasaa and report kaptaan!

*salute*

- lance naik huzefa kapasi

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Post by Captain Bhankas on Fri May 24, 2013 6:03 am

LOL!

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Post by Guest on Fri May 24, 2013 8:53 am

Captain Bhankas wrote:btw, i prefer tomatoes to kokum in this aloo-aloo preparation.
good idea. we will try with tomatoes too. some items like nag kesar and dagad phool (for the goda masala) are not available -- will try tomorrow morning in the market or skip if not available.

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Post by Guest on Fri May 24, 2013 11:12 am

kaptaan sahib,

batata aur rasaa ka matlab to pata hai. what is the meaning of kanda?

btw, we are making this item on sunday. tomorrow the missus wants to go to town searching for nagkeshar and dagad phool.

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Post by Hellsangel on Fri May 24, 2013 11:15 am

Kanda is onion.

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Post by Guest on Fri May 24, 2013 11:29 am

thanks!

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Post by pravalika nanda on Sat May 25, 2013 3:35 pm

Captain Bhankas wrote:since savitabai has quit her job citing personal reasons, it is i and my wife who has been cooking food for the past 3 weeks. last night i made aloo-aloo in maharashtrian style and mixed it with rice for dinner. the kirana shops here were closed and i could not buy curd, but aloo-aloo, rice and curd is my favourite meal. i just ate leftovers again.
** i'm surprised. why were you in the kitchen? except for my cousins who went to school here and lived in dorms etc, none of the men have even stepped into the kitchen.

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Post by Kris on Sat May 25, 2013 7:42 pm

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Huzefa Kapasi wrote:thayir vada. tastes like dahi vada without the sweet saunt and red chilli powder sprinkling.


>>>I thought Dahi Vada and Thair Vada were the same. Had barbecued ribs and chicken last night washed down with a robust cab. Enchiladas, Black beans and rice with a Peach Margarita for lunch a couple of hours ago. Missus may grill again tonight. She is taking this outdoor cooking a little too seriously of late, with the days getting sunnier.

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Post by Guest on Sun May 26, 2013 4:10 am

kanda batata rasaa. very very flavourful! slightly sweetish too. whole family loved it.


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Post by Guest on Sun May 26, 2013 4:56 am

i just polished a katori of kbr despite having just lunched. i think this is the best aloo-aloo sabzi i have tried. should go well with puris too!

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Post by Guest on Sun May 26, 2013 5:17 am

Kris wrote:
>>>I thought Dahi Vada and Thair Vada were the same.
yes they are eejequalto the same. very slight differences in seasoning.

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Post by seven on Sun May 26, 2013 1:23 pm

Huzefa Kapasi wrote:kanda batata rasaa. very very flavourful! slightly sweetish too. whole family loved it.


this made me hungry too **drools**

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Post by Guest on Sun May 26, 2013 2:13 pm

seven wrote:
Huzefa Kapasi wrote:kanda batata rasaa. very very flavourful! slightly sweetish too. whole family loved it.


this made me hungry too **drools**
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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Wed May 29, 2013 6:26 am

Lunch was a 2.5hr long affair, starting with dimsum (sieu mai, pork bun) followed by roast goose and roast pork. The crispy brown, fat-filled skin of the roast goose was the highlight of the barbecued meat.

We needlessly ordered flied lice and some greens which we barely nibbled on. Dessert was an Oriental Romance sundae at the local Baskin Robbins. Came back and napped for three hours. Dis is da life.

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Post by Impedimenta on Wed May 29, 2013 7:35 am

MD, i don't eat anything in your description above but i am jealous:-) oriental romance sundae? LOL, nice! i am eating my sorry looking oatmeal and strawberries....

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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Wed May 29, 2013 9:14 am

Impedimenta wrote:MD, i don't eat anything in your description above but i am jealous:-) oriental romance sundae? LOL, nice! i am eating my sorry looking oatmeal and strawberries....

Forgot to mention: oriental romance was a scoop each of vanilla, chocolate and passionfruit, with roasted almond and large cubes of plain and coffee panacotta.

Btw, I just finished an 8-course dinner:

- Appetizer platter: marinated cucumber, roast pork belly, classic peking duck, soy-sauce marinated abalone

- Soup: Double-boiled crab claw clear broth with elm fungus and yellow fungus

- Sauteed jumbo prawns with lobster bisque accompanied by deep-fried scallops coated with taro crust

- Panfried garoupa (grouper) fillet with premium soy sauce

- Wok-fried dice wagyu and oyster mushrooms with peking scallion and spring onion

- Steamed bamboo pith rolls stuffed with spinach and bean sprout (the only veggie item)

- Fried rice braised with diced chicken, black truffle and wild mushroom

- Chilled sago cream with pomelo and mango


All in all, I've spent 4.5 hours on eating, out of the 9 hrs since I landed here at noon.

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Post by Impedimenta on Wed May 29, 2013 9:36 am

Merlot Daruwala wrote:
Impedimenta wrote:MD, i don't eat anything in your description above but i am jealous:-) oriental romance sundae? LOL, nice! i am eating my sorry looking oatmeal and strawberries....

Forgot to mention: oriental romance was a scoop each of vanilla, chocolate and passionfruit, with roasted almond and large cubes of plain and coffee panacotta.

Btw, I just finished an 8-course dinner:

- Appetizer platter: marinated cucumber, roast pork belly, classic peking duck, soy-sauce marinated abalone

- Soup: Double-boiled crab claw clear broth with elm fungus and yellow fungus

- Sauteed jumbo prawns with lobster bisque accompanied by deep-fried scallops coated with taro crust

- Panfried garoupa (grouper) fillet with premium soy sauce

- Wok-fried dice wagyu and oyster mushrooms with peking scallion and spring onion

- Steamed bamboo pith rolls stuffed with spinach and bean sprout (the only veggie item)

- Fried rice braised with diced chicken, black truffle and wild mushroom

- Chilled sago cream with pomelo and mango


All in all, I've spent 4.5 hours on eating, out of the 9 hrs since I landed here at noon.

sir, do you need CPR? just checking:-)

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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Wed May 29, 2013 9:47 am

If you're administering, I'm always in the market for CPR

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Post by Guest on Wed May 29, 2013 9:58 am

Merlot Daruwala wrote:
Impedimenta wrote:MD, i don't eat anything in your description above but i am jealous:-) oriental romance sundae? LOL, nice! i am eating my sorry looking oatmeal and strawberries....

Forgot to mention: oriental romance was a scoop each of vanilla, chocolate and passionfruit, with roasted almond and large cubes of plain and coffee panacotta.

Btw, I just finished an 8-course dinner:

- Appetizer platter: marinated cucumber, roast pork belly, classic peking duck, soy-sauce marinated abalone

- Soup: Double-boiled crab claw clear broth with elm fungus and yellow fungus

- Sauteed jumbo prawns with lobster bisque accompanied by deep-fried scallops coated with taro crust

- Panfried garoupa (grouper) fillet with premium soy sauce

- Wok-fried dice wagyu and oyster mushrooms with peking scallion and spring onion

- Steamed bamboo pith rolls stuffed with spinach and bean sprout (the only veggie item)

- Fried rice braised with diced chicken, black truffle and wild mushroom

- Chilled sago cream with pomelo and mango


All in all, I've spent 4.5 hours on eating, out of the 9 hrs since I landed here at noon.

as i read thru this, was gonna say, 'all this in mumbai'? then realized you have landed somewhere... where? singapore? hongkong? somewhere in china?

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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Wed May 29, 2013 10:00 am

This is HK

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Post by Guest on Wed May 29, 2013 10:11 am

Merlot Daruwala wrote:This is HK

Cool.

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Post by pravalika nanda on Wed May 29, 2013 7:35 pm

Merlot Daruwala wrote:Lunch was a 2.5hr long affair, starting with dimsum (sieu mai, pork bun) followed by roast goose and roast pork. The crispy brown, fat-filled skin of the roast goose was the highlight of the barbecued meat.

We needlessly ordered flied lice and some greens which we barely nibbled on. Dessert was an Oriental Romance sundae at the local Baskin Robbins. Came back and napped for three hours. Dis is da life.
** do you mean "fried rice?"

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Post by pravalika nanda on Wed May 29, 2013 7:40 pm

Merlot Daruwala wrote:
Impedimenta wrote:MD, i don't eat anything in your description above but i am jealous:-) oriental romance sundae? LOL, nice! i am eating my sorry looking oatmeal and strawberries....

Forgot to mention: oriental romance was a scoop each of vanilla, chocolate and passionfruit, with roasted almond and large cubes of plain and coffee panacotta.

Btw, I just finished an 8-course dinner:

- Appetizer platter: marinated cucumber, roast pork belly, classic peking duck, soy-sauce marinated abalone

- Soup: Double-boiled crab claw clear broth with elm fungus and yellow fungus

- Sauteed jumbo prawns with lobster bisque accompanied by deep-fried scallops coated with taro crust

- Panfried garoupa (grouper) fillet with premium soy sauce

- Wok-fried dice wagyu and oyster mushrooms with peking scallion and spring onion

- Steamed bamboo pith rolls stuffed with spinach and bean sprout (the only veggie item)

- Fried rice braised with diced chicken, black truffle and wild mushroom

- Chilled sago cream with pomelo and mango


All in all, I've spent 4.5 hours on eating, out of the 9 hrs since I landed here at noon.
** it's all too much. it makes me think of gauzy, gaudy, sequined northindian lehengas.


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Post by Another Brick on Thu May 30, 2013 1:52 am

HK, that KBR looks awesome. that should make a 'kar or an 'e happy. i like how onion is clearly seen in that dish. that's the way to make it.

how i want to add it and curd to rice and eat! but i think i will settle for something else in the canteen.

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Post by Captain Bhankas on Thu May 30, 2013 1:55 am

pravalika nanda wrote:** i'm surprised. why were you in the kitchen? except for my cousins who went to school here and lived in dorms etc, none of the men have even stepped into the kitchen.

i have lived as a bachelor for far too long to not step into the kitchen. if savitabai or kavitabai isn't reporting to work, and w is busy or isn't home, i don't mind making a dish or two. there are only 6-7 that i know how to cook, though.

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Post by garam_kuta on Thu May 30, 2013 10:11 am

Another Brick wrote:HK, that KBR looks awesome. that should make a 'kar or an 'e happy. i like how onion is clearly seen in that dish. that's the way to make it.

how i want to add it and curd to rice and eat! but i think i will settle for something else in the canteen.

tut..tut..another closeted wussy iyer boy - wannabe venkatraman Wink

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Post by Guest on Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:23 am

Huzefa Kapasi wrote:
Vidya Bagchi wrote:
nice and colourful lunch! why are you not using the such server for hosting pics? imgur will delete them after a while.
ha ha ha!

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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Sun Jun 02, 2013 10:30 am

pravalika nanda wrote:** it's all too much. it makes me think of gauzy, gaudy, sequined northindian lehengas.

Eh? A Chinese banquet makes you think of gauzy, gaudy, sequined northindian lehengas??

Sounds like someone's having nautchgirl fantasies now.

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Post by pravalika nanda on Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:06 pm

Merlot Daruwala wrote:
pravalika nanda wrote:** it's all too much. it makes me think of gauzy, gaudy, sequined northindian lehengas.

Eh? A Chinese banquet makes you think of gauzy, gaudy, sequined northindian lehengas??
** a banquet? sounds like something i'd eat if i was stranded in a forest. you eat like a northindian woman gets made up - overmuch. pls don't stop eating like that, we like your lists. ciao and have a good week ahead.

Sounds like someone's having nautchgirl fantasies now.

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Post by goodcitizn on Mon Jun 03, 2013 4:17 pm

Merlot Daruwala wrote:This is HK

Nephew: The item missing in your menu of menagerie is the snake. As the guest of honor they'd have brought a serpent to your table, sliced it open, removed the heart while still ticking, thrown it in your wine and said kompei, didn't they? Razz

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Post by Hellsangel on Mon Jun 03, 2013 4:57 pm

goodcitizn wrote:
Merlot Daruwala wrote:This is HK

Nephew: The item missing in your menu of menagerie is the snake. As the guest of honor they'd have brought a serpent to your table, sliced it open, removed the heart while still ticking, thrown it in your wine and said kompei, didn't they? Razz

Why would they Kompei in a Cantonese speaking place? BTW it is kampai.

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Post by goodcitizn on Mon Jun 03, 2013 5:26 pm

Hellsangel wrote:
goodcitizn wrote:
Merlot Daruwala wrote:This is HK

Nephew: The item missing in your menu of menagerie is the snake. As the guest of honor they'd have brought a serpent to your table, sliced it open, removed the heart while still ticking, thrown it in your wine and said kompei, didn't they? Razz

Why would they Kompei in a Cantonese speaking place? BTW it is kampai.

The last time I was in HK, "cheers" in chinese sounded like kompei. I looked it up and in Mandarin it is gan bei and gon bui in Cantonese. Close enough! Wink


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Post by Hellsangel on Mon Jun 03, 2013 5:27 pm

goodcitizn wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
goodcitizn wrote:
Merlot Daruwala wrote:This is HK

Nephew: The item missing in your menu of menagerie is the snake. As the guest of honor they'd have brought a serpent to your table, sliced it open, removed the heart while still ticking, thrown it in your wine and said kompei, didn't they? Razz

Why would they Kompei in a Cantonese speaking place? BTW it is kampai.

The last time I was in HK, "cheers" in chinese sounded like kompei. I looked it up and in Mandarin it is gan bei. Close enough! Wink

Gom bui in Cantonese. I haven't heard much Mandarin in Hong Kong.

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Post by goodcitizn on Mon Jun 03, 2013 5:31 pm

Hellsangel wrote:
goodcitizn wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
goodcitizn wrote:
Merlot Daruwala wrote:This is HK

Nephew: The item missing in your menu of menagerie is the snake. As the guest of honor they'd have brought a serpent to your table, sliced it open, removed the heart while still ticking, thrown it in your wine and said kompei, didn't they? Razz

Why would they Kompei in a Cantonese speaking place? BTW it is kampai.

The last time I was in HK, "cheers" in chinese sounded like kompei. I looked it up and in Mandarin it is gan bei. Close enough! Wink

Gom bui in Cantonese. I haven't heard much Mandarin in Hong Kong.

See above edit. Mandarin is picking up although the main language there is Cantonese.

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Post by Guest on Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:09 am

(for bittu). langDA aams of this season. these are "ripened in the tree" variety -- gachpakau in hindi or bengali rural speak here. they taste more fresh than the box ripened ones. very sweet.


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Post by Bittu on Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:19 am

Thanks for posting this mango picture. I stared at it for several minutes and experienced all kinds of crazy sensations, emotions and explosions.

mind blowing.

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Post by Guest on Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:27 am

lmao you joker.

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Post by Kris on Fri Jun 07, 2013 1:16 am

Hellsangel wrote:
goodcitizn wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
goodcitizn wrote:
Merlot Daruwala wrote:This is HK

Nephew: The item missing in your menu of menagerie is the snake. As the guest of honor they'd have brought a serpent to your table, sliced it open, removed the heart while still ticking, thrown it in your wine and said kompei, didn't they? Razz

Why would they Kompei in a Cantonese speaking place? BTW it is kampai.

The last time I was in HK, "cheers" in chinese sounded like kompei. I looked it up and in Mandarin it is gan bei. Close enough! Wink

Gom bui in Cantonese. I haven't heard much Mandarin in Hong Kong.

>>>Maybe now, with the influx of businessmen from the North. I can't make out the difference anyhow. An old Taiwanese friend used to point out disdainfully that Cantonese speakers ate monkeys. Considering he was of Han Chinese stock and given the culinary variety of mainland China, I couldn't understand this.

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Post by Guest on Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:41 am

Vidya Bagchi wrote:

What. This is not a known store or sweet in Hyderabad? I was told it is very famous. I liked it too.

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Post by Kinnera on Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:50 am

Karachi bakery is the *most* famous bakery store in India. The karachi fruit biscuits are especially very popular. Whenever I go to India, I carry a few boxes of them here and distribute.

The fruit biscuits from Pista House (also based in hyderabad) taste closest to the karachi fruit biscuits. we are getting them here now.

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Post by Guest on Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:04 am

nenu wrote:Karachi bakery is the *most* famous bakery store in India. The karachi fruit biscuits are especially very popular. Whenever I go to India, I carry a few boxes of them here and distribute.

The fruit biscuits from Pista House (also based in hyderabad) taste closest to the karachi fruit biscuits. we are getting them here now.

cool. xh brought it for me. but then the moment I went for the second one, told me not to eat too much and gain more weight. Rolling Eyes He himself has lost some weight so he thinks he can say anything to anyone. Like I don't have enough "well-wishers" on my case already.

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Post by Kinnera on Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:27 am

Vidya Bagchi wrote:
nenu wrote:Karachi bakery is the *most* famous bakery store in India. The karachi fruit biscuits are especially very popular. Whenever I go to India, I carry a few boxes of them here and distribute.

The fruit biscuits from Pista House (also based in hyderabad) taste closest to the karachi fruit biscuits. we are getting them here now.

cool. xh brought it for me. but then the moment I went for the second one, told me not to eat too much and gain more weight. Rolling Eyes He himself has lost some weight so he thinks he can say anything to anyone. Like I don't have enough "well-wishers" on my case already.

actually, those biscuits are loaded with calories (most prolly transfats). But they taste sooo good!(shouldn't be introducing them to B. He sure will start hogging on them. They taste so many times better than his triple ginger snaps from trader joe's). Anyway, sorry abt my lecture on both the topics the other day. I'm not the right candidate to do so like xh, i guess. I myself have 10-15 lbs to lose and struggling to do so Sad.

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