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Thinking Out Loud Thursday : 10/30/2014

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 30, 2014, 4 comments

Each week Amanda [Running with Spoons] hosts Thinking Out Loud Thursday. A chance for us to do some brain-dump blogging. And to hang out with fun people.

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Hey.  You know what?  Tomorrow is the LAST day of October.  Tomorrow is also Friday.  And I couldn’t be MORE ready. IMG_20141024_123338For real.  This week has drop kicked me in every direction.  

Tuesday night this conversation happened: 

Nathan: What should we have for dinner?

Me: We have freezer pizza.

Nathan: What will we have with it?

Me: Wine.

^ Yeah.  Let’s bring on Saturday and Sunday.

Except for this.  

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But.  I can handle it.  Because this week we had two days in the 70s.  The HIGH 70s.  Monday night I sat on the back porch and just put my face out to the sun. IMG_20141028_173106

Tuesday morning I celebrated another beautiful day with a walk to work.  Uhm.  Yeah.  The walk in was a bit chilly – but the walk home – totally perfect.  IMG_20141028_172934I even had my blinky light to keep me safe :) 

Okay.  Uhm.  That’s a lot about the weather.  What else do I have to talk about?  <Insert Cute Cat Picture Here>IMG_20141027_173007Indy isn’t completely sure why I won’t let him eat all of the crunchy leaves.  Trust me, Little Man, your tummy will thank me!

Oh! Speaking of ^ Him…This week is Halloween…which means…2 years ago he became ours! Looking at his pictures from each year below reminds me of how much healthier he is now!IMG_20141029_210118

…oh…and…That we’re all three still alive ;) Happy 2 years ours, Littleman … We love you!

Oh.  Yeah.  SOCKS! These are so stinkin adorable! I just love the coloration on the heels!IMG_20141027_172555

In closing…eat these cookies, now. Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]

:) I’ll see you guys next week.  IN NOVEMBER :) 

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What I Ate Wednesday : 10/29/2014

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 29, 2014, 7 comments

Last week (when I took these food-snaps) I was not feeling super duper awesome.  I think I’m back on the upswing now, though! Let’s check out the food!

Pre-Workout-Snack:IMG_20141017_110751(Recycled Photo from last week!) These have really been working for me as a pre workout snack.  I think I’ll stick to it :) 

Breakfast:breakfast for WIAWConfession: Between vlogging this month, and trying to keep the regular blog posts up I have totally failed at taking food pictures.  This is actually a screen shot during my Vlog for this morning, where I was showing my breakfast.  :)  Gluten free waffle with peanut butter, soy yogurt, cinnamon and apples.  Very delicious! 

Morning Tea: 

IMG_20140915_181438(Recycled picture).  My Mum bought me an awesome Teavana tea tumbler last week.  It keeps tea piping hot for 8 – 10 hours.  So – I’ve fallen in the habit of drinking my tea throughout the entire day.  Like.  Yeah.  ALL DAY.  Uhm.  I finished this before bed.  :) 

Lunch: IMG_20141018_181258A vegetable-y mexican-y soup that I made over the weekend in the Instant Pot.  Very good.  :)

Dinner: Mushroom Risotto [In the Rice Cooker] [Vegan/Gluten Free]Yeah – Totally stole this picture from my recipe page.  haha! I do love this picture, though! Creamy Mushroom Risotto, also made in the instant pot.  5 minute dinner is a winner < bahaha

Alright folks…I’ll see you tomorrow for Thinking Out Loud Thursday! 

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Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 28, 2014, one comment

Oh Hey. Remember last week when I said “HEY LET’S MAKE PUMPKIN SPICE CAKE WITH A BOX CAKE MIX” and you guys all said “YEAH! LET’S DO IT”.  Uhm.  Wanna play again? Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]This time.  With Cookies.  

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]Because [Box Cake Mix] + Spices+ Pumpkin + Chocolate Chips = the greatest idea ever.  Or.  Close to ever.  Antibiotics and stuff are kind of good ideas too.  

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]This recipe will look so so similar to last week.  But that’s okay.  Because cookies need some glory too.  #HopeForCookies

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]
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Prep Time
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Total Time
25 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
25 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 box gluten free Yellow cake mix (I used King Arthur’s brand)
  2. 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  3. ½ teaspoon nutmeg
  4. ½ teaspoon allspice
  5. ½ teaspoon coriander
  6. ¼ teaspoon ginger
  7. 1 teaspoon vanilla
  8. 1 15 oz can of pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie mix)
  9. Optional (but not really optional) – Chocolate Chips – ½ - 1 cup
Instructions
  1. Add a silicon mat to a cookie sheet, or grease it well. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  2. In a large bowl empty the cake mix.
  3. Add the spices and stir well.
  4. Add the vanilla and the pumpkin. Stir again. It’ll be hard to stir at first, but as the pumpkin incorporates it will stir more easily. Stir until it is completely uniform throughout.
  5. Fold in the chocolate chips, if using (you should be using)
  6. Using a 1 tablespoon measuring spoon, spoon out the cookies. They don’t need to be all on top of each other, but they won’t spread much. You should kind of flatten them down and smooth the top of them so they look pretty and stuff.
  7. Bake for 15 – 20 minutes, but begin checking at 10 minutes. They’re done when they’re firm on top. (They’ll be soft in the middle).
  8. Allow to cool completely before eating.
  9. Enjoy :)
Notes
  1. Nuts may be good in these too? Or...white chocolate chips? Oh geez...
  2. Oh Yeah. This made like a bazillion cookies. Like...45 - 50. I froze half of the dough. Because even though cookies are awesome, I don't think I can eat a bazillion of them.
  3. I'm sure you could use the same method with a non-gluten free cake mix. I just haven't tried it. Beacuse... #GlutenHatesMe
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Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]

 

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Thinking Out Loud Thursday : 10/23/2014

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 23, 2014, 4 comments

Each week Amanda [Running with Spoons] hosts Thinking Out Loud Thursday. A chance for us to do some brain-dump blogging. And to hang out with fun people.

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Heeeeeey.  Did you know that next week is the last week of October?! Uhm.  Not cool, October! 

Actually, it is quite literally cool.  Or.  Cold.  This is at 10am today.  IMG_20141022_105101October has always flown by for me.  For 6 years I worked at a theme park that did a Halloween festival.  We called the weekends during the festival one really long day at work with short naps in between.  October flew by.  

Now, there really isn’t a reason for it to fly so quickly – but it is.  All of time is, really.  Is that just a part of growing up?! :) 

At least October means Fall clothes.  WHICH ARE MY FAVORITE.  IMG_20141017_081231Plaid+Flannel is perhaps the greatest combo ever.  Pair it with hand knit wool socks?!  YES!  Nothing makes me feel more productive than wearing a pair of hand knit socks.  I mean.  I could do nothing all day, but I have on hand knit socks, so I’ve accomplished something ;) 

Oh yeah.  Speaking of socks.  I finished the striped pair…IMG_20141020_200412And am actually wearing them as I type.  I will say they aren’t my tip top favorite – the yarn was a bit thicker than other yarns I’ve knit by the same brand / listed weight.  The stripes were also a bit wonky.  BUT they are still awesome, and will make GREAT super cold weather socks.  

I cast them off on Monday night…then I took some pictures of them…and then I sat down at my desk and started another pair.  I don’t know why I’ve become so obsessed with socks.  I think it’s because they’re so stinkin practical! And…I loved socks already.  IMG_20141021_212707It’s terribly difficult to see the colorway on these – but they’re some kind of rad fall colors and each row is a new stripe – which is fun.  I also think that – by TOTAL accident these have matched up to be identical twin socks :) …So far, at least!

I have also been mainly engrossed in YouTube this month.  I’ve been trying to steer clear of having too many videos here – but I’ve been (with the help of my lovely friends) hosting VlogTober this year, and it has made for a constantly full Watch Later youTube list.  Luckily I found my cordless headset which makes watching videos while knitting a tangle-free dream :) IMG_20141018_200953

Alright folks…I’m going to leave you now.  But not without sharing a sunrise picture :) Capture

I hope you guys have a great weekend, and I’ll see you next week! :) 

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What I Ate Wednesday : 10/22/2014

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 22, 2014, 6 comments

This week my food was dictated by quick and easy choices.  

Pre-Workout Grab and Go snack: IMG_20141017_110751Now that I’ve started my pre-morning-routine garage workouts, I have to have something in my stomach before I start dancing around.  I was doing peanut butter earlier in the week, but it was just too sticky to get down easily.  These peanuts have been an excellent sub :) 

Breakfast: pastaIf you’ve been around here long enough you know that a “typical” breakfast is so not my thing.  This is a peanut-sauce pasta left over from the night before.  

Morning Tea: IMG_20141017_110913 IMG_20141017_111001My not – super – excited – about – morning stomach requested peppermint tea.  My brain requested some caffeine – and this caramel chia is to die for.  : )

Lunch: Didn’t get a picture.  WaaampWaaamp.  It was a kale salad and a tomato lentil soup.  Sometimes the cafeteria at work actually steps up their game.  Way to Go. 

Dinner: pizzaWe were out and about already, and eating out just seemed easiest.  This was an awesome new place that opened up that has gluten free crusts and vegan cheeses.  Go new places :) 

So, that was our week!! I hope everyone is doing swell and I’ll see you tomorrow for Thinking Out Loud Thrusday! 

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Pumpkin Spice Cake [Vegan/Gluten Free]

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 21, 2014, one comment

I keep thinking I’ll do some random posts in a row for a “series” or a “theme”.  Like…”Soup for February” or…something.  But I have realized that means that I have to eat a lot of the same kind of thing for a long time in a row.  (But.  Yeah.  Soup.  I could totally do that).  This year I had a wild hair that “OCTOBER SHALL BE FILLED WITH PUMPKIN”.  Now the truth is – September, October and November are always filled with pumpkin for me.  You see – I kind of have a pumpkin problem.  I love it.  So So much.  I can’t tell you if all of this month’s recipes will be pumpkin filled.  But… a lot of them will be.  That’s good, right? 

I’m not sure what pumpkin-filled recipes would be without Pumpkin Spice Cake.  Pumpkin Spice Cake [Vegan/Gluten Free]

You want to know the secret about this pumpkin spice cake? < IT IS SO EASY.  Really.  I’m not kidding.  First, you start with a box of gluten free cake mix.  < I know.  I know.  I know.  Give me a break. 20140826_163724I prefer King Arthur’s Brand.  And…wow…that picture was SO not taken on the day I made this.  Since the day I made this was freezing-cold-not-shorts-weather.  

And add spices.  And Pumpkin.  And Nuts If you want.  And stir.  And bake.  And you’re done.  < really. Pumpkin Spice Cake [Vegan/Gluten Free]The result is this super duper moist pumpkin spice cake that everyone will think you spent hours on.  Guess what.  You didn’t.  Because every now and then you need to be a silent hero.  #CakeHerosForTheWin

Pumpkin Spice Cake [Vegan/Gluten Free]

Pumpkin Spice Cake [Vegan/Gluten Free]
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
45 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
45 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 box gluten free Yellow cake mix (I used King Arthur’s brand)
  2. 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  3. ½ teaspoon nutmeg
  4. ½ teaspoon allspice
  5. ½ teaspoon coriander
  6. ¼ teaspoon ginger
  7. 1 teaspoon vanilla
  8. 1 15 oz can of pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie mix)
  9. Optional – 1/2 - 1 cup chopped nuts – I suggest pecans or walnuts
Instructions
  1. Grease just the bottom of a baking dish – I used an 8x8. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  2. In a large bowl empty the cake mix.
  3. Add the spices and stir well.
  4. Add the vanilla and the pumpkin. Stir again. It’ll be hard to stir at first, but as the pumpkin incorporates it will stir more easily. Stir until it is completely uniform throughout.
  5. Fold in nuts, if using. (Wow it’s hard to say that without wanting to scream TWSS from the rooftops)
  6. Pour mixture into prepared baking dish
  7. Bake for 35 – 40 minutes, but begin checking it after 30 minutes. It is done when it is firm to the touch on the top.
  8. Allow to cool completely before cutting or eating.
  9. Enjoy :)
Notes
  1. I'm sure you could use the same method with a non-gluten free cake mix. I just haven't tried it. Beacuse... #GlutenHatesMe
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P.S. … Coming next week…Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies [Vegan/Gluten Free]Yeah.  That’s a Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookie.   

 

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Thinking Out Loud Thursday : 10/16/2014

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 16, 2014, 6 comments

Each week Amanda [Running with Spoons] hosts Thinking Out Loud Thursday. A chance for us to do some brain-dump blogging. And to hang out with fun people.

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GUYS.  Before we even get started we must first give Amanda (our lovely host!) a huge high five because today is…drum roll…her 100th Thinking Out Loud post! Whooooa!!! :) HAPPY 100, AMANDA! :) :)

Also, in need of Celebration is the State of North Carolina.  For not being an embarrassment for two seconds.  We won’t dwell on the fact that it wasn’t really their choice.  Let them have two ounces of kindness.  IMG_20141010_221410#LoveWins

Speaking of more exciting news.  This week I was reaching in the way back back of the freezer and found…CHRISTMAS COOKIE DOUGH! Now…a normal person would have probably … baked cookies … but that seemed like a ton of work.  I decided to celebrate the fact that vegan cookies don’t have eggs…and just eat all of the cookie dough.  #BestDecisionEver IMG_20141012_160137You may notice in the picture above I’m wearing my workout pants.  Yeaaaah.  So it has been raining every single day for the past 7 days, so walking to work has not really been happening.  On Sunday I finally decided it is time to use my garage space more efficiently, and I set up a new workout area for doing my workout DVDs.  Best part?  No moving the cars outside to workout.  < It’s the little things.  :) IMG_20141012_153029So even though I haven’t been able to walk to work this week, I’ve still gotten up at my “walk to work time” and done a workout video instead.  How’s that going?  Right now I’m just sore.  Everywhere.  But it’s awesome. 

I did sneak a rainy-run in on Saturday because I couldn’t stand to miss – what’s looking like the last real good – look at the fall colors.  It was so worth getting drenched :) IMG_20141011_102543 IMG_20141011_105625And this is why Fall has my heart!

Oh! Socks! Of course! I finished the stripy pair last week.  On…Friday?  Wednesday?  I can’t remember.  Sometime after I wrote last week’s post, obviously.  IMG_20141009_060857They are super lovely.  I also started a new pair – and the stripes on it just keep surprising me…keeping me on my toes?! baahaha.  IMG_20141012_182524I’ve actually worked a lot further on them – I’m done with the foot…but I don’t have a good picture of them from that stage yet.  Also.  How do you feel about that high quality stitch marker – aka – the safety pin that was beside me when I started them… :)

Lastly…let’s talk about the fact that Amanda mentioned this shampoo a few weeks back in her September Favorites post and it seemed mega cool…so I ordered some…and some conditionerIMG_20141011_083053AND IT IS AWESOME.  Second.  And third.  And..eek.. fourth day hair adore it.  :)  It’s awesome because 1 – it’s Vegan and 2 – it’s a bar…and 3 – it smells amazing.  Lovvving it.  :)

Well…I think that’s it.  I’ll see you guys next week! :) 

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What I Ate Wednesday – Tea Edition – : 10/15/2014

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 15, 2014, 6 comments

Last week I realized I was eating the exact same things as the week before.  That tends to lead to some rather boring blog posts.  So…I decided to switch things up.  Today we will talk about TEA.  :) …or a “What I drank Wednesday” :) 

If you’ve been following my Blog or Vlogs for a while, it’s really no secret that I love tea.  I’ve always preferred tea over coffee.  Don’t get me wrong – coffee is awesome too.  I especially love the smell of coffee.  But…hot tea wins my heart.  

I usually drink decaf tea – but lately I have reached for caffeine some mornings.  You’ll see a mixture of both this week…so let’s look at a Week in Tea :)  

IMG_20141009_101236I found a new tea store in town over the weekend and picked up some loose leaf teas.  This tea definitely caught my eye.  It was delicious, but a bit strong on the black tea taste.  I need to rebrew it and see if it still tastes the same.  

IMG_20141009_101544Another Tea Store find – this is so so so delicious.  

IMG_20141009_101301Out of the three teas I found at the new tea store, this one has to take the cake.  I actually drank it a few other mornings this week, too.  DELICIOUS.  

cinnCinnamon Apple Spice is a true favorite for me.  Loveeeee it.  Plus, cinnamon does awesome things to my upset stomach!20140829_072233Speaking of stomach soothing tea…peppermint tea has to take the cake.  It will calm all of my sour stomachs.  I apparently forgot to take a picture of it this week, so here is a random picture of me drinking tea instead.  Seems appropriate ;) 

nutcrackerNutcracker sweet is another caffeinated tea, but it is so so delicious.  The smell of it actually makes me smile.  Vanilla.  Christmas.  Love.

chaiI adore Chai tea.  And, I really adore this Chai because it’s decaf!! :) 

IMG_20140924_165320 (1)I bought this tea as an impulse buy at the grocery store a few weeks back.  I didn’t like it the first time I tried it, but have sense fell in love with it as a late-night pre-bed tea.  It doesn’t really taste like caramel – but it is delicious.  IMG_20140915_181438THIS TEA IS SO SO SO good!!! For every ounce that the tea above did not taste like caramel, this one TOTALLY DOES.  Oh wow.  It is so amazing.  I LOVE IT.  

So – those are the teas I drank this week :) Was this a fun change from the usual WIAW?  Do you guys like to drink coffee? Tea? Something else entirely?! :) See you tomorrow for Thinking Out Loud Thursday!!

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ChocoNut & Coffee Smoothie [Vegan/Gluten Free]

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 14, 2014, 2 comments

I’m hit and miss with smoothies.  I go through phases.  When I’m “on” to them, they are actually all I want for every single meal.  When I’m off…I can’t even think about them.  

This smoothie is actually a copy-cat of one from the local coffee shop.  It has nothing healthy in it.  < Well, that isn’t true.  It just doesn’t have anything green in it.  I have nothing at all against green smoothies, and drink them often.  But that isn’t what this smoothie is made for.  It’s made to drag you out of bed on a sad Monday morning and make the world seem shiny and bright again.  < Yeah.  Big claims, I know.  But it’s good.  :) ChocoNut & Coffee Smoothie [Vegan/Gluten Free]The best parts about this smoothie are all of the parts.  Chocolate.  Peanut Butter.  Coffee.  Cinnamon.  < And some other stuff to make it a smoothie and not just a pile of those things.  :) Although..a chocolate peanut butter coffee cinnamon pile sounds amazing.  

Oh.  And you’ll notice I have a pretty, cute, decorative straw.  Don’t use one of those.  Use a super big jumbo wide straw.  Because this smoothie is made to be enjoyed in big gulps!ChocoNut & Coffee Smoothie [Vegan/Gluten Free]Let’s do this.  :) 

ChocoNut & Coffee Smoothie [Vegan/Gluten Free]
Serves 1
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup of non-dairy milk of your choice (we use rice milk)
  2. 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
  3. 1/2 a frozen banana
  4. 1 shot of espresso or 1 tablespoon of coffee beans
  5. 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  6. 1/4 a teaspoon vanilla (optional)
  7. 1 large shake of cinnamon (optional)
Instructions
  1. Put everything in your blender and blend until completely smooth (this is important if you're using coffee beans).
  2. Pour into a mason jar.
  3. Drink. Smile. :)
Adapted from Coffee Shop Smoothie
Adapted from Coffee Shop Smoothie
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Thinking Out Loud Thursday : 10/9/2014

by Chelsea @ Make Real Food on October 9, 2014, no comments

Each week Amanda [Running with Spoons] hosts Thinking Out Loud Thursday. A chance for us to do some brain-dump blogging. And to hang out with fun people.

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Heeeey Thursday.  You sure did sneak right in on us, didn’t you?! < Not that I ever complain about Friday-Eve coming just a tad bit sooner! ;) 

Guess what happened last Saturday night?  Some super-tiny-amount-of Snow Flurries. < Yeah.  The S word.  It’s happening.  Which means….so is wearing Toboggans.  < Dirty hair is so happy!IMG_20141004_154620

Speaking of dirty hair.  I’m in love with being able to only wash my hair a few times a week.  I never ever ever ever ever thought this would be possible.  But…once I broke the “every day” cycle it’s been beautiful.  :) Dirty-ish hair rocks.  AND has SO MUCH MORE VOLUME.  My hair has actually been wavy lately < WHAT.  So crazy.  So awesome.  

The return of the cold also means the return of gloves.  All the time. IMG_20141003_085101But – that’s okay.  Fingers will live :) 

Uhm.  Guys.  I may have an addiction.  When I was growing up // until just a few years ago I never used anything scented in my house (candles, wax burners, etc).  And then I got a cat.  And a litter box.  And..wow..scented items are a must.  We’ve fallen in love the Glade Scented Warmers.  THESE FALL SCENTS ARE AMAZING.IMG_20141002_075658

Also.  Addicted.  Socks.  IMG_20141005_213721 (1)I’m trying to determine how tall to knit the leg now.  I’ve been working on the fit and I think I’ve figured out the perfect formula.  #SocksForever

Can we just all take two seconds out of our day to be a #HoneyBadgerDontCare Cat? IMG_20141005_214745What you can’t get out of this picture is how loud he was snoring.  Honey Badger DON’T care. :)

I hope everyone is having a fan-t-ab-u-lous week.  :) I’ll see you next week!

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