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'Over hill, over dale, Thorough bush, thorough brier, Over park, over pale, Thorough flood, thorough fire. I do wander everywhere Swifter than the moon’s sphere. And I serve the fairy queen To dew her orbs upon the green. The cowslips tall her pensioners be. In their gold coats spots you see. Those be rubies, fairy favors. In those freckles live their savors....'[Act2.Sc I 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' / Shakespeare] ..macro..

'Over hill, over dale, Thorough bush, thorough brier, Over park, over pale, Thorough flood, thorough fire. I do wander everywhere Swifter than the moon’s sphere. And I serve the fairy queen To dew her orbs upon the green. The cowslips tall her pensioners be. In their gold coats spots you see. Those be rubies, fairy favors. In those freckles live their savors....'[Act2.Sc I 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' / Shakespeare] ..macro..

OK, OK, so I put up a waffle recipe last month that was relatively higher in carbs and fat and lower in protein, and although I defended it bitterly, the truth is, that sometimes you DO need a waffle with better macros. (Macros being macro-nutrients, namely carbohydrates, protein and fat). Some of you have no idea …

OK, OK, so I put up a waffle recipe last month that was relatively higher in carbs and fat and lower in protein, and although I defended it bitterly, the truth is, that sometimes you DO need a waffle with better macros. (Macros being macro-nutrients, namely carbohydrates, protein and fat). Some of you have no idea …

How do you possibly decide what your numbers should be to start? A website designed just to help you with all of this!

How do you possibly decide what your numbers should be to start? A website designed just to help you with all of this!

Awww... I loved how this shot made the ant's life so worth looking into :) #FollowThatAnt

Awww... I loved how this shot made the ant's life so worth looking into :) #FollowThatAnt

What are macros?  Macros stands for macronutrients which are all of the  nutrients that provide calories from food. You have proteins, fats, and  carbs.  Protein contains 4kcal/gram so if something has 20g of protein, it contains  80 calories.  Fats contain 9kcal/gram so if you have something with 5g of fat, it  contains 45 calories.  Carbs contain 4kcal/gram so in the same way as protein, if it has 20g of  carb, it contains 80 calories.  All clickable links below will open in a new window…

What are macros? Macros stands for macronutrients which are all of the nutrients that provide calories from food. You have proteins, fats, and carbs. Protein contains 4kcal/gram so if something has 20g of protein, it contains 80 calories. Fats contain 9kcal/gram so if you have something with 5g of fat, it contains 45 calories. Carbs contain 4kcal/gram so in the same way as protein, if it has 20g of carb, it contains 80 calories. All clickable links below will open in a new window…

What are macros?  Macros stands for macronutrients which are all of the  nutrients that provide calories from food. You have proteins, fats, and  carbs.  Protein contains 4kcal/gram so if something has 20g of protein, it contains  80 calories.  Fats contain 9kcal/gram so if you have something with 5g of fat, it  contains 45 calories.  Carbs contain 4kcal/gram so in the same way as protein, if it has 20g of  carb, it contains 80 calories.  All clickable links below will open in ...

What are macros? Macros stands for macronutrients which are all of the nutrients that provide calories from food. You have proteins, fats, and carbs. Protein contains 4kcal/gram so if something has 20g of protein, it contains 80 calories. Fats contain 9kcal/gram so if you have something with 5g of fat, it contains 45 calories. Carbs contain 4kcal/gram so in the same way as protein, if it has 20g of carb, it contains 80 calories. All clickable links below will open in ...

Write a Simple Macro in Microsoft Excel ... where I learn the differences in where to "store" macros (Macros link #2) Also, attempting to follow these prompts leads me to discover Excel 2008 for mac doesn't have macros at all! (MacBook's off the table, but Thinkpad can do it if I email back and forth)

Write a Simple Macro in Microsoft Excel ... where I learn the differences in where to "store" macros (Macros link #2) Also, attempting to follow these prompts leads me to discover Excel 2008 for mac doesn't have macros at all! (MacBook's off the table, but Thinkpad can do it if I email back and forth)

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