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  1. Thread: Artisanal HFCS

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    Yeah...I was thinking joke too. Pretty funny...

    Yeah...I was thinking joke too. Pretty funny either way!
  2. Thread: Artisanal HFCS

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    Artisanal HFCS

    http://diyhfcs.mayaweinstein.com/

    Maybe that is what the Mayan's meant by apocalypse?
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    Wow. Had not seen those. They look awesome. I'd...

    Wow. Had not seen those. They look awesome. I'd love to hear a report if anyone has tried these yet.
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    I think Al gives great advice. It worked for me....

    I think Al gives great advice. It worked for me.

    Learning to Do a Pull-up
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    Finally we have the answer to the persistent...

    Finally we have the answer to the persistent question of why so many of the success story "after" pics have the face blurred out.
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    Homebrewer here that is keeping the beer. Even if...

    Homebrewer here that is keeping the beer. Even if it means being less than optimal. I do, however, do an occasional beer fast of up to a month.
  7. Thread: Dreams!

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    I am still not a frequent dreamer, but after I...

    I am still not a frequent dreamer, but after I got my diet squared away, I started having them much more frequently-maybe once every couple of weeks. And my dreams are typically very vivid and never...
  8. Only things I take that I consider absolutely...

    Only things I take that I consider absolutely essential come from my personal deficiencies: B12 and D3.

    But, I consider my others important or I wouldn't take them: Kelp, Magnesium Malate, and...
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    I wasn't plugged in to this thread earlier, but I...

    I wasn't plugged in to this thread earlier, but I love this article and thought I would share it. It helped me tremendously with my pF issues.

    A Firm Foundation: Focusing on the Feet | Eat. Move....
  10. Thread: Pellet Grills?

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    Just another observation. You can see I am an...

    Just another observation. You can see I am an incredible master of the obvious here, but so much of grilling and barbecue (or life I suppose) success is just simple experience with the tools. I'm...
  11. Thread: Pellet Grills?

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    I love lump charcoal in my smoker, but with the...

    I love lump charcoal in my smoker, but with the Kettle I can the low temps I want with old fashioned Kingsford briquettes. As far as "intense searing heat of a Weber kettle", I have to tell you that...
  12. Thread: Pellet Grills?

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    I know some knowledgeable people very fond of the...

    I know some knowledgeable people very fond of the pellet grills, but I have no experience. And no clue about what might be in the pellets, though I bet they are just wood with an innocuous binder.
    ...
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    Awesome Ryan. Which model did you chose?

    Awesome Ryan. Which model did you chose?
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    The hybrid also balances that out Knife. They...

    The hybrid also balances that out Knife. They have slightly bigger tires with more rolling resistance, but are flexible ... especially if you end up riding mostly roads. My hunch is that most people...
  15. I gotta tell you...people don't write about such...

    I gotta tell you...people don't write about such things usually. A fake phone call from a female voice while Mr. BSC is around would work better. Keep it very simple. Respond with, "OK. Lets have...
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    Well...for casual riding...I still like my Trek...

    Well...for casual riding...I still like my Trek 700 suggestion. It is a sturdy well made bike that is in your budget area. It is also adaptable if you want something more road like or trail like...
  17. Ditto on the carb flu. I felt really sick when I...

    Ditto on the carb flu. I felt really sick when I went through that. Almost passed out one day. But then suddenly on about day 13, I felt better than I had in years. Everybody is a bit different, but...
  18. Thread: Hit The SPOT!

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    I am in awe of someone who can fry bacon at their...

    I am in awe of someone who can fry bacon at their place of business. I don't even know if I trust the filthy microwaves where I work.
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    Make sure your magnesium is chelated.

    Make sure your magnesium is chelated.
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    Just depends on what kind of biking you want to...

    Just depends on what kind of biking you want to do. Need more info. General all around utility, the Trek 700 has been popular for a long time for good reasons. But if you can be more specific...use,...
  21. Thread: Mr Mackerel

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    If you don't like Tuna, then you don't like fish....

    If you don't like Tuna, then you don't like fish. I eat it straight from the can or pouch. Keep the pouches handy at work all the time. Amazing how different tastes can be. I don't often see canned...
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    My family absolutely loves rice-free stuffed...

    My family absolutely loves rice-free stuffed peppers lately. We kind of wing it on the recipe. We also use good breakfast sausage for half the meat and ground sirloin for the other half, but you...
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    Big believer in home school here. That said, I'm...

    Big believer in home school here. That said, I'm a bit skeptical of unschool for two reasons. First, my son is no longer home schooled by his own choice. He is a very self-motivated learner, but...
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    I agree about the over-protectiveness in general....

    I agree about the over-protectiveness in general. We have always let our son do things that many would not. But, just to put a different perspective on things, we probably were viewed as...
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    I hate to interrupt, but back to the OP.... I...

    I hate to interrupt, but back to the OP....

    I have been <=50g a day for over two and a half years. Probably half the time I am under 30g. This is not quite long term yet in my view. After the...
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