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How I work: I am currently: Work at home parent
Do you own a pet?: Cat(s)
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1. Name: MICHELLE
1. Date of Birth: Wed-5-Jun-2002 (13 years old)
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My Groups: Aunt Betty's Dessert Toppings, Bioglan Kids Smart Omega3 Fish Oil, Bosisto's Eucalyptus Spray
First Name: MARY
Gender: Female
Phone number: 0274868410
Suburb/Location: MASSEY
Relationship Status: Divorced - sole custody
About me: Single mum to a 24 year old son and 11 year old daughter. I am a child educator and also do foster care so my home is pretty much always full of the patter of pre-schoolers
Parenting Group, Playgroup; Kids' School: ST PAULS
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13 days ago
mary110370 posted a comment on the group Tip Top Hi-Protein Bread for Hi-Performance Play:
We really appreciate the opportunity to be able to trial this bread. I used the vouchers to buy one loaf of each - Oats and Soy & Linseed. I always give break a light squeeze test in the shop to test for freshness and both these were ...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Peanut Butter Slugs:
Yum! We would love to trial these. Peanut butter fanatics!!!! What an ingenious idea. Perfect for the lunch boxes and I'm always looking for new healthy ideas.
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Anchor Uno Yoghurt:
Sandwiches. chips, salami, cheese, yoghurt pottles, sometimes left over pizza or wrap from dinner the night before ........ these would be so much handier than the pottles which cost me a fortune in lost spoons and even plastic spoons end u...
4 weeks ago
mary110370 posted a comment on the group Anchor Uno Yoghurt:
Sandwiches. chips, salami, cheese, yoghurt pottles, sometimes left over pizza or wrap from dinner the night before ........ these would be so much handier than the pottles which cost me a fortune in lost spoons and even plastic spoons end u...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Neutradol:
I would love to trial these. I live in a small house so odours linger for longer or seems to. The smell of a dirty nappy after changing it ins't too pleasant and I can't always open the doors to let fresh air in or little mr rece...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Tip Top Hi-Protein Bread for Hi-Performance Play:
These sound great. Full of health and goodness. We would love to trial them. My daughter is ultra fussy when it comes to food so would be a fantastic critic.
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cbirch - 6:49 PM on Sun-19-Jun-2011  reply | message
I don't think it would be safe enough to transport the soup once made up, even with the lid on. I think it's only really designed to keep the contents inside before you make it up. The insulation of the cup is really good though. I made it with boiling water and then ate it out of the cup and had no heat issues.
Nessa - 5:56 PM on Sun-19-Jun-2011  reply | message
You could always make it in the cup and then take to school in a wee thermos or something if they were not safe enough for transporting. I would imagine it wouldn't be very safe putting them in lunchboxes with hot water in as it will heat the lid with the steam and may make them easier to pop open but you never know. Will be interested in the suppliers answer :)