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As a vegetarian, it's sometimes hard to build complex flavors in soup. Meat is very flavorful. But these little cubes solve the problem for me. The flavor is rich and authentic, and the intensity of flavor is just right - not salty, not to weak, not too strong. I use these in barley soup, asian soup, "meat" loaf, "meat" balls, anything that needs a rich flavor. They make a great and easy home-made ramen noodle bowl, as well. These are better than any vegetable boullion I have found in any brand. I wish they weren't so hard to find!
I recently ended up in ER with congestion so bad I couldn't breathe properly. Turns out I had pneumonia. After a bout with their WONDERFUL inhaling machine, I was desperate for some other relief at home, other than the less and less effective electronic Neilmed Siugator I had been using on a daily bases for my allergies. I asked my hubby to buy the nearly $200 Mypurmist. It did absolutely nothing! I tried this FABULOUS Navage and finally some relief! Later, I noticed I even got my allergies reduced! Buy this, it's really worth it!!
Accountants don't use excel to the softwares full potential and I was looking for an easy to understand video, that covered useful features that could be used in the accounting profession. This is an excellent video covering a variety of skill levels and explained clearly with live examples. Kirt Kershaw has a relaxed manner, and a voice that you never tire of. My concern on using video's is that after the first couple of lectures, I would wish the trainer would shutup. Whether it be an irritating voice, lack of teaching skill or just boring. I would definately recommend Excel 2010 - it is an excellent training tool and teaches knowledge that is required to be efficient in the business world.
have not used it yet but i know just by looking at it and holding it, it will be a well trusted d tool!
I hardly ever write product reviews but this product is terrible. We purchased it 7 months ago and are now on our 4th replacement. I love Epson printers and have several other models in my office. I purchased this one with the goal of saving money on ink, but it keeps breaking down. With each replacement, something else goes wrong.
I'm writing my first review on Amazon about this product - even though I've been a member of this site for years. This is how unhappy I am with this product and the accompanying service/support. The TV was delivered to my house, and plugged into the wall. The box and packaging was not left behind. At first, I was able to connect the TV to my cable box on HDMI1, and it worked fine. However, as soon as I hooked it up to my blu-ray player on HDMI 2 and then HDMI 3, my experience went downhill in a hurry. The signal from the blu ray player would cut out every 2-3 seconds to a black screen, and then back to the player (as though the disk was playing through).
I replaced my Starter Edition 2011 with this 2014 version. Pros: It is MUCH better at remembering the categories of previous transactions. Very pleased with that. Also, it now can match an ACH transaction with the actual check; previously, I had to delete the check I had manually entered when a vendor did an ACH transfer. Very happy with those changes. Cons: Using it on Windows 7 and cannot adjust the fonts of the transaction register. They are much larger. I've gotten used to it, but from research this appears to be a problem a lot of folks are having. The smallest font is still very large. Anyway, great product - just remember this is the Starter Edition, don't expect too much out of it short of being a checkbook and bank register. That's all I need it for - it ain't Quickbooks. I like the 2014 much better than the 2011 and am glad I upgraded (of course, I didn't have a choice, as my three year subscription was about to expire).