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May 27, 2011

"It's a Dessert Topping, You Cow!"

Warning: This post is not meant to offend anyone.

Rhonda , one of my favorite blogging friends (click on her name to visit her blog) was talking about making her own vinegar the other day....... oh some of you are wondering if I've lost it because my name's Rhonda, too..... lol..... anyway, she was talking about making her on vinegar and how that it's also used to clean things such as glass, stains, etc. As I was reading her how-to, I just started laughing and couldn't seem to stop.
Maybe you should visit Rhonda's blog on vinegar before you finish my blog post...... it will make more sense or maybe not......... confused????
Does anyone remember Chevy Chase and Gilda Radner from the early 1970's Saturday Night Live doing a skit with some weird white foamy stuff in a spritz can. Gilda kept saying that the white stuff was a great floor cleaner and furniture polish and Chevy said it was a dessert topping. It went back and forth for awhile when finally Chevy got fed up and snapped, "It's a dessert topping, you cow!"  I know, I know I'm weird but that was funny, I don't care who you are.  In other words, multi-purpose item.
Anyway, pop over to Rhonda's blog and read all about making your own vinegar. It's a money saving tip, especially if you're into preserving foods and making your own salad dressings.


The Calico Cat said...

& think I have never said, "Gee vinegar sure is expensive."

I'll keep buying mine... :o)

Gene Black said...

Thanks Rhonda, I want to try making vinegar - because it IS a multi purpose product and I understand that "fresh" vinegar has added health benefits.
I love what she quoted about bacteria being helpful to our systems functioning. I believe that we have over-cleaned until we are now susceptible to more of the bad guy bacteria.

Tipper said...

Sometimes things just strike your funny bone : ) I have a friend who taught me to clean with vinegar-much cheaper than commercial cleaners-and not as toxic either!


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