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    I cook a lot and use lots of the common spices. This morning, on what I hope is my last shopping trip for a long time, I bought a new container of my favorite spices … except parsley. I can't find plain, dried parsley. I'd love to have another bag of flour too.
    I have a greenhouse with many pots of flat Italian parsley...love it. Do you have Amazon Prime? You can buy spices through Amazon.
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    jingle, I've often ordered spices from Penzey's and was about to mention them but went to their Website and found they're stopped processing orders until April 13.
    MS, diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009.

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    I have a greenhouse with many pots of flat Italian parsley...love it. Do you have Amazon Prime? You can buy spices through Amazon.
    Thanks. I've tried Amazon for many things, but never parsley, and I'm always told "not in stock". This morning I ordered McCormick's Vanilla which is supposed to be in stock but will not be delivered until the end of April.

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    Today I swam 1/2 mile,made out a grocery list for DH. Dinner is already cooked from yesterday....;
    Will start a cleaning station when the groceries come home.
    From Johns Hopkins I learned that COVID lasts 3 hours on porous surface like fabric: Never shake use or unused clothes, sheets, cloths as it disperses the virus into the air.
    It lasts 4 hours on copper and wood
    It lasts24 hours on cardboard
    42 hours on metal
    72 hours on plastic
    If you shake or use a feather duster, the virus molecules float into the air for 3 hours and up your nose.

    Viruscannot penetrate healthy skin.
    Vinegar is not useful.
    Alcohol must be at least 65% or its useless.
    Bleach to water ratio needs to be 1 part bleach to 5 parts water.
    Keep nails short so virus cannot hide there when you scrub your hands.

    Listerine cannot kill COVID
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