Just a little Quirky is mainly for fun. It’s my little place to write what I’m feeling, what I’m loving, and what I’m not-so-loving.

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I do not have control over the ingredients you use to make recipes I may share on this blog nor the environment in which you are making them. At times I list specific brands of ingredients that I used, but companies do change their products at times, and you should always read labels. If you are following a gluten-free diet, for example, check on the gluten-free status of a product or ingredient yourself.

I am not responsible for the outcome of any recipe you try from this blog/website, justalittlequirky.com. You may not have the same results I do; due to variations in ingredients, humidity, altitude, cooking temperatures, typos, errors, omissions, or individual cooking abilities.

Always use your best judgment when cooking with raw ingredients such as eggs, poultry, pork, red meat, etc. (when in doubt, throw it out).

I am not a doctor, nutritionist, or dietician. I have no professional medical training. The information I share is based on my own experiences and information I learn from my own research. You are fully responsible for any actions you take and any consequences that occur as a result of anything you read on this website.

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Updated: 24 May 2019