Functional Formularies : Home - Functional Formularies originated in the quiet and beautiful countryside of Wilmington, Ohio. The company was founded by Robin Gentry McGee who over the past several decades has developed a vast knowledge of the food as medicine model. It was only natural for Robin to use her experience and knowledge to help her father and herself when faced with life threatening health issues. After experiencing positive results, she is more determined then ever to make it easier for others by taking the guesswork out of choosing healthy alternatives.
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I bought this product because I wanted a baking pan without a non-stick surface. It was gleaming stainless steel when new, but I've never been able to totally remove all smudgy residue when I clean it. I was quite disappointed to find that the pan twisted in the oven when I baked chicken, although it flattened out after I took it out of the oven. I had hoped it was heavy duty enough not to warp when baking.
Dropped these into my new HP Pavilion 17 and memory benchmarks doubled (mostly because its using 2 channels because of both slots being filled) but they worked perfectly.
Love the band and the video is top notch. Not a fan of the artwork though. Doesn't relate to the 3 Kings theme at all!!
Popped on beautifully. Have had them for a few months. Will see how they last the winter before bumping up to 5 stars.
I've had my white V6 Jeep Cherokee for over two months now and I love this vehicle. One of the best and most fun vehicles I ever owned. It literally has almost every available option. Comfortable and nice looking leather interior; the uConnect system with Navigation works extremely well as does the bluetooth. The cabin interior is quiet and bluetooth phone calls works very well and everyone tells me I no longer sound like I'm talking from inside a can. Fast! 4 stars now, only because I give pause as to whether anything will break in the coming year ,etc. as well as the gas mileage which I wish was a bit better.
This is probably the first VR experience for most of you reading this, so here are my thoughts on what to expect: the good, the bad, and ultimately whether it's worth giving VR and Sony a shot. There's a comparison to Oculus and HTC Vive below for those who are curious as well as a TLDR at the bottom.