CALIFORNIA -- I want to appeal to all people of America and abroad to stop supporting the draining of water in the state that provides the MAJORITY of domestic fruits, vegetables and tree nuts which you have enjoyed for DECADES. This wonderful place has provided YOU with healthful, reasonably priced and contributed BILLIONS in federal tax revenue. Now, the greedy Europeans are here in the San Bernardino Mountains, sucking the very water needed to produce these healthy foods into cheap plastic bottles.
With the Obama regime signing over the previous waters of OUR Great Lakes, the world's largest source of fresh water to CHINA, that's right CHINA, did we really need the likes of the Globalist Oppressors, drying up what is left of the water in California? Or don't you have any sense at all? SAY NO TO NESTLÉ - all they care about is money. Do YOU say "To hell with American men & women who have worked California's fertile land for over a century and food for YOUR BELLIES?" SAY NO TO NESTLÉ. THEY ARE BLEEDING AMERICANS DRY!
COLORADO -- Due to my recent oral surgery, I have to eat soft foods for a few days. I wanted something that I could microwave, yet still enjoy. I bought a package of Lean Cuisine's new fajita-style chicken spring rolls, and I am hooked! They are delicious. Made with white meat Chipotle chicken, corn, black beans, bell peppers and onions. I do not like spicy foods, but they do have a nice hint of spice, just right, not overpowering. They come 3 servings per package, and you get two packages. They are packaged in a little cooking cardboard sleeve. They cook up very nicely in two minutes, and 30 seconds if you are using an 1100 watt microwave oven.
They also have instructions if you are using a 700 watt microwave oven. It makes a nice, quick meal. They are 200 calories, with 7 grams of fat, 2 grams of fiber. If you follow the Weight Watchers new points plus program, they are 5 points per package. I made a side serving of my favorite Botan Calrose rice (Japanese white rice), and I was good to go!!! I bought them at King Soopers. I'm sure they are available at your local grocery store. They also have other spring roll flavors, but so far, I've only tried the fajita-style chicken spring rolls. Give them a try. I think you'll like them just as much as I do! They really are delicious. I ate them plain but add your favorite sauces.