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    The beans are dried. They're soaking right now...

    The beans are dried. They're soaking right now and over night. My slow cooker does reach what I call a low boil set on high. Bubbles surfacing one after the other. Thanks.
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    Reading this thread for awhile I've decided to...

    Reading this thread for awhile I've decided to include some beans in what I eat. I'm putting some small, white Great Northern beans in the slow cooker along with a fat-trimmed ham hock tomorrow. I...
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    I do strain the stock. I was concerned about any...

    I do strain the stock. I was concerned about any sanitation problems.
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    Glad to hear that. Chicken stock is easy to make...

    Glad to hear that. Chicken stock is easy to make but if I have to blanch the feet in boiling water and strip off the membrane and clip the "nails" it just got too labor intensive. Thanks.
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    Prepping chicken feet

    I bought some chicken feet today to add to a pot of stock. I've been doing some reading about if and how they should be prepared before dropping them in the stock pot. The ones I bought from a...
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    Just returned from the Mexican grocery. A really...

    Just returned from the Mexican grocery. A really nice adventure. The chicken feet came about 20 to the foam tray. They appear very white and clean. I'm sure I'll conquer the "ick" factor...
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    Good point! My mom never failed to make it at...

    Good point! My mom never failed to make it at Thanksgiving and the flavor was great.
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    Thanks, I'm about to leave for our local Mexican...

    Thanks, I'm about to leave for our local Mexican market in the city next door. Meat sale I want to get in on. I'd think that would be a good place to buy chicken feet. Since the price of gas is a...
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    Thanks, I don't have a cat or dog and I was...

    Thanks, I don't have a cat or dog and I was raised to not waste food. It's hard to just throw them away.
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    Giblets in chicken stock

    After cutting up a whole chicken and cooking it in the slow cooker I'll make chicken stock with the bones. Is it a good idea to toss the "innards" (liver, heart etc.) into the stock for additional...
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    My major thought is that there will be an insulin...

    My major thought is that there will be an insulin spike from the carbs. I don't want to start the downhill slide into obese again. You're right, it seems "everything (nearly) in moderation" is...
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    Don't have a problem with any beans (small, white...

    Don't have a problem with any beans (small, white northern are the favorite) but, apparently, there is a healthy way to prepare them. Before primal I just boiled them in water with a ham hock and...
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    I know, I know, touchy subject. However for...

    I know, I know, touchy subject. However for someone cooking for just one - me- it cuts down on the prep time and rounds out the meal. I could eat it in the closet and not say anything. My husband...
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    How do I "prepare" beans properly to keep them...

    How do I "prepare" beans properly to keep them healthy? They sure would (occasionally) add a dimension to my chili or soup. What's a nice middle of the road bean? Small white northern, black or...
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    I know what you mean. I googled "homemade, no...

    I know what you mean. I googled "homemade, no sugar added, sweet pickle relish" and every recipe I found ended up being a major production. I'm also "messing around" trying to make my own no sugar...
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    I agree, that's the easiest and simplest way to go

    I agree, that's the easiest and simplest way to go
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    Thanks, with a crock pot that's not hard to do.

    Thanks, with a crock pot that's not hard to do.
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    What might I add instead? I'd like to keep it...

    What might I add instead? I'd like to keep it primal if possible.
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    That's simple enough. Don't have the canned...

    That's simple enough. Don't have the canned pumpkin could I leave it out this time, hate to drag myself out to the store. Thanks.
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    Planned on making chili. I'm not a picky eater...

    Planned on making chili. I'm not a picky eater and don't like a lot of "hot, spicy stuff". Just want a plain, unsophisticated chili recipe. Something I can do in the crock pot. I like to put it...
  21. Baken-ets - Frito Lay. Two ingredients - pork...

    Baken-ets - Frito Lay. Two ingredients - pork rinds and salt. They're fried in their own fat.
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    Homemade No Sugar Added Sweet Relish

    I've been buying the Vaslic brand of "No Sugar Added" sweet relish but lately I've been unable to find it in the stores. I know I can find it for a lot more money online. I'd like to try to make...
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    I'll go take a look at NOW.
  24. Actually that's a good exchange. My eggs come...

    Actually that's a good exchange. My eggs come from Sam's Club for .12 each. But I do see where I could make cuts some other places and come out the same.
  25. Do you mean because the gelatin is so high in...

    Do you mean because the gelatin is so high in protein it could easily replace 2 of the 4 eggs I sometimes eat during the day?
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