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  1. I have to eat savory breakfasts or I feel weird all day. I do a tofu scramble with tumeric, nutritional yeast, black salt, tobasco, dried garlic and onion, sometimes a pinch of vegan chicken broth. Meals I make with tofu scramble might include: -Mexican style with leftover black beans, potatoes, tortillas, maybe platanos. -with a vegan breakfast meat like gimme lean sausage or bacon -Indian style with aloo paratha or dosa https://www.ishopindian.com/deep-aloo-paratha-4-pcs-frozen-pr-26176/ https://www.ishopindian.com/udupi-mysore-masala-dosa-4-pcs-frozen-pr-26100/ -tabouli and warm pita I find Irish oat more satisfying than regular oats pancakes with walnuts and banana/breakfast meat souped-up ramen Ful mudammas (fava beans) is worth trying! steamed buns with veggie filling (frozen)
  2. Check out Uniqlo. They have longer shorts in those colors. We love their clothing, everything’s held up well. If you live in so cal, we have a few of their stores here. The flagship is in LA, they carry the full line.
  3. What does WHA stand for? We’re Muslim. We’ve used a few things over the years that are Christian without problems. If I remember correctly, Art of Arguement and Discovery of Deduction are Christian. We used those. Is it the kind of thing that probably wouldn’t work?
  4. what other classes, books, materials should I be looking at? She'd like to complete the three year program. She'll have a lot of time to pursue her interests in 11th and 12 grade, so I want to start figuring it out now. She's curious about philosophy, ethic, possibly debate, logic... any thoughts? It would be great if there was another live class that offered these subjects. Thanks!
  5. I don't see them on the website, but I feel like they were there at the beginning of the school year. Does anyone know if these classes are offered? Thanks!
  6. I think my 18yo daughter's only homeschooling regret (as a college student) is not taking more Julia Denne classes. She smiles every time she mentions the class.
  7. Here's a link to possibly order How to Read How to Read a Book: http://forums.welltrainedmind.com/topic/108991-finding-how-to-read-how-to-read-a-book-by-newborn/ Just in case someone's curious. :)
  8. I'm having a hard time with the thought of reading the last pages of any book. I don't even want to do it in How to Read a Book. Haha!
  9. Have you seen How to Read How to Read a Book? It's an incredibly helpful tool to use along with the book. Hmmm... I can't find it. Darn.
  10. Yes! They encourage writing in the book, in all sorts of ways, for all sorts of purposes. I thought about doing it but I kind of want to keep the pages clean until I read it with my 16yo this summer. It's hard to do if you've always felt that it "ruins" the book. I need to use certain books more as a tool for learning, than as a sacred thing to be barely cracked. :huh:
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