An Ancient Recipe From Egypt

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An Ancient Recipe From Egypt

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8) Just like Mummy used to make.
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solar cooking. nothing new under the sun.
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I hope I'm still vertical when they figure out who Really built Egypt.....
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Blaine, is there more to this than meets eye? 🧐
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