NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS & WHY I DON'T BOTHER.      Resolutions set us up to fail.     Pow. I know, kinda blunt. Let me clarify. I firmly believe there’s a better solution to resolutions (pun intended) that creates way less stress, mindfulness and much more enjoyment of life. Sound good?     Oh, and It doesn’t include dieting, losing 10 pounds by next week, quitting sugar, caffeine and your fav occasional donut. (By the way, we can’t be friends if you don’t drink coffee - kidding sort of).         
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     Anyway, What am I talking about?    Here’s some proof (aka) nerdy statistical info that I found on the web. According to the    research   , 45% of Americans usually make a New Year’s resolution, 38% never, and the other are infrequent. That’s not the clincher here, the wow fact is that only 8% actually achieve them. That’s some sad shit right there. That’s right, sad shit. I said it. Bravo if you’re in that 8% by the way.        Now, take a wild guess as to what resolutions top the charts? You guessed it:      Losing weight         Getting organized      Spending less, saving more      Staying fit and healthy      Learn something new and exciting (always do this by the way)      Quit smoking         To sum it up, most people are talking about self improvement, which is great! However, I am extremely against making yourself a permanent self-improvement project. Let me elaborate.        According to those stats, people aren’t achieving their goals/resolutions. That tells me and should suggest to you, why bother? I’ll bet we’ve all felt like crap as a result of setting a goal or resolution that we didn’t achieve. Am I right? Then we’re ridden with guilt, self loathing, depressed and whatever other crap feeling you can come up with letting the gym take our money and eating a pint of ice cream on the couch.       
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
         Why do this to yourself?        “Live a life based on your values and desires instead of unrealistic goals. Live with intention.“ -Jen Vagios       The problem with resolutions is that they focus on the achievements that society makes us think is important, the  “external” stuff. Our minds and egos then tell us (a bunch of stories) that we should be skinnier, smarter, stronger, richer, better versions of ourselves….always. Like we’re a constant “work in progress and self help book.”     We also think that everything can be fixed in an instant (remember AOL instant messenger? Anyone? Did I just date myself?). We want to get from point A to point B immediately. We don’t want to do the work, experience the journey or wait.  We want things NOW. Immediate gratification or bust.        Then, when we don’t follow through with our resolutions, we say things like…..      I’ll start again tomorrow.”      “Just one more day of eating whatever I want.”      “I’m no good, I suck.”       “I’ll start exercising and using that gym membership when I have more time.”      "I just ate like 3 cookies, might as well keep eating them since I failed at my diet."      And so the story goes on and on…..and you feel like a disaster and sh*t.    Good news! I have a better idea and system that works!       DO THIS INSTEAD- 3 STEP PROCESS        
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
      STOP SAYING I “SHOULD.”     Shoulds get us in trouble. Shoulds make us think we’re not good enough, strong enough, have enough etc. Saying you “should” do something is not coming from your soul, your heart, your truth, your values and desires. When you say you “should” and then you “don’t” you end up “should-ing on yourself.”   Don’t should on yourself people.   (get it, poop joke there). “Should” makes us feel bad when we don’t. It’s that simple. Next time you say you “should” do something…..smack yourself across the face. Kidding. But really, recognize it, notice it, don’t judge yourself. Read the next step.       
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     START SAYING “I WANT."   Resolutions are not as good as intentions, and here’s why. Think of intentions like this...if you’ve ever gone to a yoga class {if you do that sorta thing}, you might have an intention set at the beginning of the class such as ,”notice the pause between each breath, be more present and loving to your body”, or maybe it’s just a word “patience, compassion, stillness.” You catch my drift. Intentions help you move with ease, kindness, compassion to yourself. There is no result, we’re not looking for an outcome that’s specific here, just a feeling, experience, being present in your own body.     When you “want” something based on your core desires, how you want to feel in your life instead of what society tells you to be or want or do...you listen to YOU. You choose what you want based on how you want to feel, live, experience your life. Make sense? See step 3.       
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     SET REALISTIC INTENTIONS THAT ARE MINDFUL & MEANINGFUL.      Let it come from your truth, how you want to FEEL in your life, your DESIRES. So it's ok to set a goal, but what is the intention behind it? Are you trying to achieve a result, outcome, or else? Or do you "want" to run because it makes you feel good, energetic, alive, like a teenager again? See the difference? There's less worry about HOW it's going to be achieved or if it's going to happen and more focus on the desired feeling so that you naturally live your life based on those feelings and less around the "I should."    ::: Example 1    ”I  should  go to a yoga class every day."    INSTEAD    “I want and am going to make yoga a part of my life everyday.” (note: this doesn’t mean go to a class or bust, it means living your yoga, maybe making a class once a week, meditating for 5 minutes a day, being more mindful of your actions etc.).        :::Example 2    “I  should  quit smoking.”    INSTEAD    “I am going to make healthier choices when it comes to my mind, body and soul.”    ::: Example 3   “I need to stop eating sugar, carbs and fast food….and go on a diet, immediately to lose 10 pounds.”     INSTEAD    ” I resolve to be more mindful of what I nourish my body with.”   Tell me, what do you intend to do in 2016? Or tell me, what's your current biggest struggle? I read each and every comment!      
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
          

   

     
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NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS & WHY I DON'T BOTHER.

 

Resolutions set us up to fail.

Pow. I know, kinda blunt. Let me clarify. I firmly believe there’s a better solution to resolutions (pun intended) that creates way less stress, mindfulness and much more enjoyment of life. Sound good? 

Oh, and It doesn’t include dieting, losing 10 pounds by next week, quitting sugar, caffeine and your fav occasional donut. (By the way, we can’t be friends if you don’t drink coffee - kidding sort of).

 

Anyway, What am I talking about? 

Here’s some proof (aka) nerdy statistical info that I found on the web. According to the research, 45% of Americans usually make a New Year’s resolution, 38% never, and the other are infrequent. That’s not the clincher here, the wow fact is that only 8% actually achieve them. That’s some sad shit right there. That’s right, sad shit. I said it. Bravo if you’re in that 8% by the way.

 

Now, take a wild guess as to what resolutions top the charts? You guessed it:

  • Losing weight

  • Getting organized

  • Spending less, saving more

  • Staying fit and healthy

  • Learn something new and exciting (always do this by the way)

  • Quit smoking

 

To sum it up, most people are talking about self improvement, which is great! However, I am extremely against making yourself a permanent self-improvement project. Let me elaborate.

 

According to those stats, people aren’t achieving their goals/resolutions. That tells me and should suggest to you, why bother? I’ll bet we’ve all felt like crap as a result of setting a goal or resolution that we didn’t achieve. Am I right? Then we’re ridden with guilt, self loathing, depressed and whatever other crap feeling you can come up with letting the gym take our money and eating a pint of ice cream on the couch.

 

Why do this to yourself?

 

“Live a life based on your values and desires instead of unrealistic goals. Live with intention.“ -Jen Vagios

 

The problem with resolutions is that they focus on the achievements that society makes us think is important, the  “external” stuff. Our minds and egos then tell us (a bunch of stories) that we should be skinnier, smarter, stronger, richer, better versions of ourselves….always. Like we’re a constant “work in progress and self help book.”

We also think that everything can be fixed in an instant (remember AOL instant messenger? Anyone? Did I just date myself?). We want to get from point A to point B immediately. We don’t want to do the work, experience the journey or wait.  We want things NOW. Immediate gratification or bust.

 

Then, when we don’t follow through with our resolutions, we say things like…..

  • I’ll start again tomorrow.”

  • “Just one more day of eating whatever I want.”

  • “I’m no good, I suck.”

  • “I’ll start exercising and using that gym membership when I have more time.”

  • "I just ate like 3 cookies, might as well keep eating them since I failed at my diet."

And so the story goes on and on…..and you feel like a disaster and sh*t.

Good news! I have a better idea and system that works! 

 

DO THIS INSTEAD- 3 STEP PROCESS

 

STOP SAYING I “SHOULD.”

Shoulds get us in trouble. Shoulds make us think we’re not good enough, strong enough, have enough etc. Saying you “should” do something is not coming from your soul, your heart, your truth, your values and desires. When you say you “should” and then you “don’t” you end up “should-ing on yourself.” Don’t should on yourself people. (get it, poop joke there). “Should” makes us feel bad when we don’t. It’s that simple. Next time you say you “should” do something…..smack yourself across the face. Kidding. But really, recognize it, notice it, don’t judge yourself. Read the next step.

START SAYING “I WANT."

Resolutions are not as good as intentions, and here’s why. Think of intentions like this...if you’ve ever gone to a yoga class {if you do that sorta thing}, you might have an intention set at the beginning of the class such as ,”notice the pause between each breath, be more present and loving to your body”, or maybe it’s just a word “patience, compassion, stillness.” You catch my drift. Intentions help you move with ease, kindness, compassion to yourself. There is no result, we’re not looking for an outcome that’s specific here, just a feeling, experience, being present in your own body.

When you “want” something based on your core desires, how you want to feel in your life instead of what society tells you to be or want or do...you listen to YOU. You choose what you want based on how you want to feel, live, experience your life. Make sense? See step 3.

SET REALISTIC INTENTIONS THAT ARE MINDFUL & MEANINGFUL.

Let it come from your truth, how you want to FEEL in your life, your DESIRES. So it's ok to set a goal, but what is the intention behind it? Are you trying to achieve a result, outcome, or else? Or do you "want" to run because it makes you feel good, energetic, alive, like a teenager again? See the difference? There's less worry about HOW it's going to be achieved or if it's going to happen and more focus on the desired feeling so that you naturally live your life based on those feelings and less around the "I should."

::: Example 1

”I should go to a yoga class every day."

INSTEAD

“I want and am going to make yoga a part of my life everyday.” (note: this doesn’t mean go to a class or bust, it means living your yoga, maybe making a class once a week, meditating for 5 minutes a day, being more mindful of your actions etc.).


:::Example 2

“I should quit smoking.”

INSTEAD

“I am going to make healthier choices when it comes to my mind, body and soul.”

::: Example 3

“I need to stop eating sugar, carbs and fast food….and go on a diet, immediately to lose 10 pounds.”

INSTEAD

” I resolve to be more mindful of what I nourish my body with.”

Tell me, what do you intend to do in 2016? Or tell me, what's your current biggest struggle? I read each and every comment! 


 

 

 

 

 

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     AVOCADOEY EGGS on a PORTABELLO MUSHROOM CAP=Sandwich!  RECIPE   Ingredients:     2 hard-boiled eggs  2 tablespoons avocado (maybe a lil more)  2 teaspoons honey dijon mustard (or more, personal taste)  fresh ground pepper (to taste)  2-3 teaspoons rice vinegar  spinach or other greens (small amount)  balsamic vinegar (just enough to dip in)  olive oil for drizzling/taste   any other veggies you want to include? What’s in that fridge?     Methods:    I hard-boil eggs on Sunday nights for the week, it makes my life a lot easier so I can grab them on the run or make them into a sandwich.     
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     Eggs in white water rapids...just a fun shot of "Humpty."   Mash or slice eggs (love my egg slicer, I knew there was a reason I registered for that) and mush around with the avocado, add mustard, rice vinegar, pepper and any other  spices you like (I love turmeric, cayenne pepper and a little).   Apparently I like to sweat when I eat.     Set aside.      Heat a nonstick fry pan on medium heat. Add a lil bit of olive oil.   Meanwhile cut the nubs off the portabello cap s and allow them to take a dip in some balsamic vinegar (yes, this is kind of messy). Place both caps in the heated pan (I did not measure too well, one of the caps was trying to jump out).  Cook about 4 minutes on each side. (Alternatively, use a George Foreman Grill for those cool grill marks).      
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     A shroom takes a dip in some vinegar     
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
       Remove from pan and place on a plate .  Top one cap with greens (Oh, wish I had arugula), delicately place the avocado egg mash on top, then drizzle sriracha (I cannot believe I forgot it), or a some spices of your choice, then smush the second mushroom cap on top-> There you have it.    I served it up alongside some super sweet organic cherry tomatoes, which need no dressing. Just a sweet little veggie that bursts in your mouth.      
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     Mmmmmmm   NOTE:  The balsamic vinegar ended up being a bit messy and got all over my hands when trying to eat it as a sandwich, I ended up using a fork and knife. You can dodge the vinegar all together and just heat the caps in olive oil if you like.     ENJOY!   What's Your Favorite Sandwich Filling? 

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AVOCADOEY EGGS on a PORTABELLO MUSHROOM CAP=Sandwich!

RECIPE

Ingredients: 

  • 2 hard-boiled eggs
  • 2 tablespoons avocado (maybe a lil more)
  • 2 teaspoons honey dijon mustard (or more, personal taste)
  • fresh ground pepper (to taste)
  • 2-3 teaspoons rice vinegar
  • spinach or other greens (small amount)
  • balsamic vinegar (just enough to dip in)
  • olive oil for drizzling/taste
  • any other veggies you want to include? What’s in that fridge?

Methods: 

I hard-boil eggs on Sunday nights for the week, it makes my life a lot easier so I can grab them on the run or make them into a sandwich.

Eggs in white water rapids...just a fun shot of "Humpty."

  • Mash or slice eggs (love my egg slicer, I knew there was a reason I registered for that) and mush around with the avocado, add mustard, rice vinegar, pepper and any other  spices you like (I love turmeric, cayenne pepper and a little).  Apparently I like to sweat when I eat. 
  • Set aside. 
  • Heat a nonstick fry pan on medium heat. Add a lil bit of olive oil.
  • Meanwhile cut the nubs off the portabello caps and allow them to take a dip in some balsamic vinegar (yes, this is kind of messy). Place both caps in the heated pan (I did not measure too well, one of the caps was trying to jump out).  Cook about 4 minutes on each side. (Alternatively, use a George Foreman Grill for those cool grill marks).

A shroom takes a dip in some vinegar

  • Remove from pan and place on a plate.
  • Top one cap with greens (Oh, wish I had arugula), delicately place the avocado egg mash on top, then drizzle sriracha (I cannot believe I forgot it), or a some spices of your choice, then smush the second mushroom cap on top->There you have it. 
  • I served it up alongside some super sweet organic cherry tomatoes, which need no dressing. Just a sweet little veggie that bursts in your mouth.

Mmmmmmm

NOTE: The balsamic vinegar ended up being a bit messy and got all over my hands when trying to eat it as a sandwich, I ended up using a fork and knife. You can dodge the vinegar all together and just heat the caps in olive oil if you like.

 

ENJOY! 

What's Your Favorite Sandwich Filling? 

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     Dear Mrs. Butterworth and Aunt Jamima……MOVE OVER!   Do you like Red Velvet Cake, Cupcakes, or Whoopie Pies?   If you answered “YES”   then you’re probably drooling by now.  I mean I couldn’t wait til Friday to post this puppy!   Today Red Velvet met my Pancake Batter.      
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
      Here’s what happened…    ROUND 1 : I tried one batch with oat flour and no butter…ummmm yuck! Let’s say they were a little dense and it took at least 1/2 cup cocoa and 1/4 cup sugar to make them worth biting into.   ROUND 2:  I caved and added butter, cause we all know “everything tastes better with butter” as Julia Childs once said. I also tried something new that my nana shared with me today, adding club soda to the batter for some fluffiness. I didn’t have buttermilk, which is what I originally wanted to use and red velvet cake is known for its use of buttermilk.  Any good cook can improvise. So I did.   I WANT YOU TO SAVOR EVERY BITE!  1) Cause…..they’re AWESOME.  2) It’s not like you’ll be eating a ton of them daily. Unless you have some sort of pancake problem. Maybe there’s a pancake overeater anonymous club for that.  3) I however need a break from them cause I’ve been playing “mad scientist” in the kitchen for two days and my  fingertips and tongue are both stained red .  Oh and incase you’re wondering, YES I’m familiar with food dyes and the health concerns. I do not wish to debate anyone on this.   I wish to just enjoy my pancakes.    HOWEVER I’m adding a link for something called BEET POWDER, which is a natural substitute.   Just be aware that it does not act the same way in baking, likely 1/3 cup should be used in place of food dye.  SO HERE IT IS!     
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     Cute little Stencil!      RECIPE    Serves:  10-12 pancakes (Be nice and share this time! But expect to devour at least 3 yourself)   Time:  10-15 mins   Equipment:   I just happen to have pancake molds shaped like hearts, that’s always fun!   Ingredients:    1/2 cup whole wheat flour  1 cup all-purpose flour  1 teaspoon baking powder  3-4 Tablespoons (1/4 cup +)  cocoa powder (use the good stuff, like Ghiradelli, add more if you desire)  2 Tablespoons granulated sugar, or more (I use HAIN organic brand)  1 teaspoon salt  2 Tablespoons butter, unsalted (the real stuff!)  1 cup club soda  2 eggs  1 teaspoon vanilla extract  1 Tablespoon red food coloring  powdered sugar for dusting  maple syrup for drizzling    Note:  Please note that the batter will be pretty thin and seem watery. The pancakes will also be a thinner pancake, if you use a mold it thickens a bit because it is contained in that small shape.   Methods:    Combine dry ingredients in a medium bowl. Set aside.  Melt butter in small saucepan or microwave glass dish for 30-45 seconds.  Combine all liquids including eggs in a small bowl, whisk to combine, careful not to splash that red food coloring all over the place (don’t wear white).   Pour the wet ingredients into the flour mixture and whisk to combine. Again, don’t be too aggressive, I have red splatters all over the place!  Heat a griddle or nonstick pan over medium heat. Toss a pat of butter in there, let it melt and measure out a little less than 1/4 cup of batter. Spray the pancake molds with Pam.  Pour the batter gently into pancake mold (if you have one) and let cook until small bubbles begin to form on the surface.     
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
     Gotta love that I have a heart shaped mold!  Remove the pancake mold, gently so as to maintain the shape of whatever you’re making and flip the flapjack. Let heat for another minute or so until done!  Don’t burn them, pay attention.   Dust with powdered sugar, drizzle with maple syrup, or make a sandwich by spreading nutella ( yeah, I said NUTELLA)  between two pancakes, then top with the goodies!   SERVE on a PRETTY PLATE alongside a glass of champagne, perhaps a bellini for a V-day Brunch!   One big mouthful of goodness!     
	 
	
		 
			
				 
					    
				 
			

			

		 
	
	 
      Chefs Tips:    You can use all-pupose flour for the entire recipe, it just made me feel better to add some whole wheat flour. What can I say?  Like I mentioned earlier,   make a sandwich out of two pancakes and spread nutella or some other goodie in the middle, perhaps strawberry or raspberry jam and peanut butter? Now I’m getting a bit crazed and out of hand…what do you think?  Dust with cocoa powder, or  make a cream cheese syrup  by combining 1 tablespoon cream cheese, 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 1-2 tablespoons milk. Check the consistency on this…add water if too thick and more cream cheese if too thin.   YOUR WELCOME!!!!!!  Do you make Red Velvet anything? Have you ever had it?  What’s your favorite Breakfast splurge?

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Dear Mrs. Butterworth and Aunt Jamima……MOVE OVER!

Do you like Red Velvet Cake, Cupcakes, or Whoopie Pies?

If you answered “YES” then you’re probably drooling by now.

I mean I couldn’t wait til Friday to post this puppy!

Today Red Velvet met my Pancake Batter.

Here’s what happened…

ROUND 1: I tried one batch with oat flour and no butter…ummmm yuck! Let’s say they were a little dense and it took at least 1/2 cup cocoa and 1/4 cup sugar to make them worth biting into.

ROUND 2: I caved and added butter, cause we all know “everything tastes better with butter” as Julia Childs once said. I also tried something new that my nana shared with me today, adding club soda to the batter for some fluffiness. I didn’t have buttermilk, which is what I originally wanted to use and red velvet cake is known for its use of buttermilk. Any good cook can improvise. So I did.

I WANT YOU TO SAVOR EVERY BITE!

1) Cause…..they’re AWESOME.

2) It’s not like you’ll be eating a ton of them daily. Unless you have some sort of pancake problem. Maybe there’s a pancake overeater anonymous club for that.

3) I however need a break from them cause I’ve been playing “mad scientist” in the kitchen for two days and my fingertips and tongue are both stained red.

Oh and incase you’re wondering, YES I’m familiar with food dyes and the health concerns. I do not wish to debate anyone on this.

I wish to just enjoy my pancakes.

HOWEVER I’m adding a link for something called BEET POWDER, which is a natural substitute.

Just be aware that it does not act the same way in baking, likely 1/3 cup should be used in place of food dye.

SO HERE IT IS!

Cute little Stencil!

 

RECIPE

Serves: 10-12 pancakes (Be nice and share this time! But expect to devour at least 3 yourself)

Time: 10-15 mins

Equipment:

I just happen to have pancake molds shaped like hearts, that’s always fun!

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 3-4 Tablespoons (1/4 cup +)  cocoa powder (use the good stuff, like Ghiradelli, add more if you desire)
  • 2 Tablespoons granulated sugar, or more (I use HAIN organic brand)
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 Tablespoons butter, unsalted (the real stuff!)
  • 1 cup club soda
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 Tablespoon red food coloring
  • powdered sugar for dusting
  • maple syrup for drizzling

Note: Please note that the batter will be pretty thin and seem watery. The pancakes will also be a thinner pancake, if you use a mold it thickens a bit because it is contained in that small shape.

Methods:

  1. Combine dry ingredients in a medium bowl. Set aside.
  2. Melt butter in small saucepan or microwave glass dish for 30-45 seconds.
  3. Combine all liquids including eggs in a small bowl, whisk to combine, careful not to splash that red food coloring all over the place (don’t wear white).

Pour the wet ingredients into the flour mixture and whisk to combine. Again, don’t be too aggressive, I have red splatters all over the place!

Heat a griddle or nonstick pan over medium heat. Toss a pat of butter in there, let it melt and measure out a little less than 1/4 cup of batter. Spray the pancake molds with Pam.

Pour the batter gently into pancake mold (if you have one) and let cook until small bubbles begin to form on the surface.

Gotta love that I have a heart shaped mold!

Remove the pancake mold, gently so as to maintain the shape of whatever you’re making and flip the flapjack. Let heat for another minute or so until done! Don’t burn them, pay attention.

Dust with powdered sugar, drizzle with maple syrup, or make a sandwich by spreading nutella (yeah, I said NUTELLA) between two pancakes, then top with the goodies!

SERVE on a PRETTY PLATE alongside a glass of champagne, perhaps a bellini for a V-day Brunch!

One big mouthful of goodness!

Chefs Tips:

  • You can use all-pupose flour for the entire recipe, it just made me feel better to add some whole wheat flour. What can I say?
  • Like I mentioned earlier, make a sandwich out of two pancakes and spread nutella or some other goodie in the middle, perhaps strawberry or raspberry jam and peanut butter? Now I’m getting a bit crazed and out of hand…what do you think?
  • Dust with cocoa powder, or make a cream cheese syrup by combining 1 tablespoon cream cheese, 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 1-2 tablespoons milk. Check the consistency on this…add water if too thick and more cream cheese if too thin.

YOUR WELCOME!!!!!!

Do you make Red Velvet anything? Have you ever had it?

What’s your favorite Breakfast splurge?

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