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  1. I done a fair bit of archery many years back with...

    I done a fair bit of archery many years back with a yew self bow, I experimented with various old styles as they were more fun than modern style. I liked drawing to the chest rather than the chin, it...
  2. You can freeze it if there's too much to use...

    You can freeze it if there's too much to use quickly.
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    There's a Nutrition title in the Oxford 'very...

    There's a Nutrition title in the Oxford 'very short introductions' series. I havent read it but science titles in that series are usually very good.
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    People are milking this thread for all it's...

    People are milking this thread for all it's worth. Will anyone dairy another pun or would that be whey too much?
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    When we has mad cow here, the restrictions were...

    When we has mad cow here, the restrictions were on brains and spinal cords. What exactly is the 'food safety' issue with lungs?
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    My first thought on 'grokifying' it would be to...

    My first thought on 'grokifying' it would be to encourage wild tree growth to try and turn it into natural woodland. Then I read it already is natural woodland but you plan to clear it all :confused:...
  7. Thread: Hammocks

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    Problem with renting rather than owning your...

    Problem with renting rather than owning your place - can't just bang two big loop bolts in the walls for this kind of crazy experiment!
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    Pigeon egg omlette?

    Pigeon egg omlette?
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    Poll: I think we need photos.

    I think we need photos.
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    Poll: Hmm, that doesn't rhyme. My dad always said...

    Hmm, that doesn't rhyme.

    My dad always said 'no matter how you shake your peg, there's always one drips down your leg'
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    powdered pea protein, water, sunflower oil, and...

    powdered pea protein, water, sunflower oil, and various nutrients and natural flavor...

    (Cows also produce undesired) non-meat-like things such as blood, bone, and brains...

    and 0 milligrams of...
  12. First guess, wholegrain intake correlates with...

    First guess, wholegrain intake correlates with increased health and nutrition awareness, which correlates with health? I.e. thinking about your food gives health benefits, even if the thoughts are...
  13. Thread: Women's Breasts

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    It's not a reasonable n=1, just like if you wear...

    It's not a reasonable n=1, just like if you wear heels or formal shoes all day every day, it will hurt if you try running barefoot. I would think teenage development wearing / not wearing has a big...
  14. Thread: Paleo Haggis

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    Im happy with oats as a 'condiment' (how I think...

    Im happy with oats as a 'condiment' (how I think of 20% stuff) - today I was making oatcakes on an old cast iron griddle, just oatmeal, lard, salt & water.

    So I'll have a good haggis from the...
  15. Thread: Women's Breasts

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    Excuse me madam, may I remove your bra? Purely...

    Excuse me madam, may I remove your bra? Purely for your own benefit you understand. Here are the scientific papers to back me up.
  16. Thread: No fear of fat

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    Yes, and fish. Even when I was mostly vegetarian...

    Yes, and fish. Even when I was mostly vegetarian I thought that ethically, one cow's life would provide a lot more dinners than one chicken's life.
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    My mum keeps me supplied with homemade soap, more...

    My mum keeps me supplied with homemade soap, more than I can use - only used for grubby or greasy hands and face. Haven't soaped in the shower for months. No problems at all.
  18. Get a yoghurt maker and make your own!

    Get a yoghurt maker and make your own!
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    What is the difference between greek yoghurt and...

    What is the difference between greek yoghurt and normal yoghurt?

    I make yoghurt regularly, I get a pint or two of unhomogenised milk (here it's a chouce of organic homogenised, non-organic...
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    Rocking chairs are great, keep rocking and moving!

    Rocking chairs are great, keep rocking and moving!
  21. Thread: Hares again

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    I was at the local posh farm shop this morning,...

    I was at the local posh farm shop this morning, which has an excellent butchers counter, much of it from their own beasts. They had a hare for sale, 7. They have had rabbits before, the hare looked...
  22. Thread: Raw wine

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    In the autumn I make bramble wine; the rest of...

    In the autumn I make bramble wine; the rest of the year I make mead. I use sulphite to rinse out the glassware but NEVER add it to the ingredients. Never have problems. Heating the must to about 70c...
  23. No problem getting dulse in health food shops in...

    No problem getting dulse in health food shops in the south and west.
  24. Thread: Laverbread

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    We eat local dulse when we can get it (much...

    We eat local dulse when we can get it (much easier to get it in Ireland). I used to make laverbread occasionally, though I prefer dulse just in a salad, or steamed with Kale.

    I always assumed it...
  25. Guardian article: is there any science behind the latest fad regimes?

    Diets: is there any science behind the latest fad regimes? | Science | The Guardian

    The Guardian is the daily newspaper of the London & South-East English trendy well-off liberal left.


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