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Ingredients: 3 tbl olive oil 1 ½ tbl lemon juice 1 tsp honey ½ onion, red (small and minced) ¾ lb green beans, ends trimmed and cut in half crosswise 2 ears corn, kernels removed from cobs ½ lb frozen lima beans 2 tbl chopped fresh basil Instructions: This salad can be kept covered and refrigerated fro up to 1 day. My room is a safe place to talk about HARD things, but please don't flood chat, use graphic gifs or lude comments. No demands- appropriately tipped requests are much appreciated3.BY WATCHING THIS: You acknowledge and agree that you shall not post, upload, publish, transmit or make available in any way content of this page including images and recording streamed live video available for download.At the same time, as I studied the mugs, I wondered if their form was unique enough or were they just like all the others.If someone, someday, looks at one of the mugs, will they realize the mug was made by me without turning it over?
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