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  1. ha way late on answering this, but yes. I missed...

    ha way late on answering this, but yes. I missed this when harvest started at the end of summer, and I'm just now getting back to it. Holy dice you people can chatter.

    I'm 5 days into LR; My ass...
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    Wow. You're an ass. You don't have a clue about...

    Wow. You're an ass. You don't have a clue about the OP, do you? And the point is that just because it DOES work for one doesn't mean it WON'T work for others. There are several here recovering from...
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    So would adding kettlebell snatches be a decent...

    So would adding kettlebell snatches be a decent addition? I do them as well, but not as part of my 'regularly scheduled programming'. Pretty much works the same group as the row, from what I 'feel'...
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    How thorough is stronglifts?

    I've been following the stronglifts program, albeit with a few minor hitches due to illness, life, etc. and am seeing pretty dramatic changes in strength and fitness. I'm curious though, if by doing...
  5. IMO, eating massmarketed ground beef rare or...

    IMO, eating massmarketed ground beef rare or medium rare is stupid anyway. Unless I know the animal (not the producer-the animal) AND the butcher, ground beef gets cooked, thoroughly at my house....
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    Does he not digest meat well? It's possible...

    Does he not digest meat well?

    It's possible that low stomach acid affects the way he feels after eating it-my sis has hypochloridia and red meat literally makes her sick.

    Some BetaineHCL may...
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    One thing to think about with the RDA: It...

    One thing to think about with the RDA:

    It doesn't specify heme or non heme iron. Heme iron is found in animal products, nonheme is in everything else. Heme iron also absorbed much better-only 1-7%...
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    Magnesium is required for potassium retention,...

    Magnesium is required for potassium retention, and sodium and potassium have an inverse relationship. As potassium increases, sodium will decrease, and where sodium goes, water also goes.

    Not...
  9. Amen to that!! I gotta say...I feel your pain....

    Amen to that!!

    I gotta say...I feel your pain. Trying to broach the subject here at work gets me-

    What are carbohydrates again?
    I don't even know what foods have protein in them.
    I'm...
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    What cats do NOT handle well is prolonged fasting...

    What cats do NOT handle well is prolonged fasting eg over 24 hours, or 'spoilt' food. They must have fresh. Dogs, OTOH, (or at least mine) will act like a crazed crackwhore at the whiff of a...
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    Now THAT sounds good. Dinner tonight? I think...

    Now THAT sounds good.

    Dinner tonight? I think so.
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    Any way to do this sans microwave? I don't...

    Any way to do this sans microwave?

    I don't (won't) have one. Currently I'm buzzing in my mini-processor (two options-cut and grind, so not fancy) and then steaming, but it's passable at best for...
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    I know one that's over 35-he's 48, and still...

    I know one that's over 35-he's 48, and still wears a size 30W 501s. Eats everything in sight, and doesn't gain. Strong as an ox, but scrawny. IDK, maybe he just has a tapeworm.

    Calories count, but...
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    There is a ginormous thread about it somewhere...

    There is a ginormous thread about it somewhere here. Unless he's since taken advice given by multiple folks, he hasn't actually Read. The. Book. (any of them) and has only watched a few youtube...
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    It still has to be cut and wrapped...

    It still has to be cut and wrapped somewhere...and that (usually-depends on the state) has to be done by a butcher (USDA inspected) if a person is going to sell it AS cut and wrapped, not on the hoof.
  16. I have to ask, though-what does black pudding...

    I have to ask, though-what does black pudding taste like? I'm intrigued by it, yet somewhat put off making it by the primary ingredient.
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    I'm maturing some wild-caught-yeast-influenced...

    I'm maturing some wild-caught-yeast-influenced mead as we speak; That's what happens when you read Wild Fermentation too late at night after too many glasses of vino!

    I also have continuous brew...
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    If you're gonna huck an egg part, huck the white....

    If you're gonna huck an egg part, huck the white. Pitching the yolks is akin to spilling beer at a frat party.

    Worse, actually.

    BTW-eggs and cholesterol are in no way related. :) Eat...
  19. Hooray! Few things feel better than deflating...

    Hooray! Few things feel better than deflating after a chronic 'puff'.

    It only gets better from here!
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    I think the kicker is the ratio of...

    I think the kicker is the ratio of sodium:potassium. Cutting salt automatically increases the potassium side of the ratio.

    I'd bet that any gains seen would be seen by increasing potassium intake...
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    This is fascinating. I suspect I may have to do...

    This is fascinating. I suspect I may have to do something like this with DS in a few years-his teeth are perfectly straight now, but I'm scared to see what his perms look like. :(
  22. I vote shotgun. pros: shotguns don't require...

    I vote shotgun. pros: shotguns don't require aiming, just point and shoot in the general direction, and if you're well-coordinated, you can arrange for a fair spray of lead.
    Cons: reloading is a...
  23. IMO: OS: not a big deal. What is a big deal...

    IMO:

    OS: not a big deal. What is a big deal are the fing hairs that get stuck in your teeth. NOT. COOL. LOL I always wondered the same thing about guys...the inverse, I suppose. We get to play...
  24. What kind of milk? Whole? Pasturized/homogenized?...

    What kind of milk? Whole? Pasturized/homogenized? UHT? Raw?

    Probably makes a difference, all things considered. Before you get too carried away, I'd dig a little deeper into the methodology of the...
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    And by seamlessly organized you mean the part...

    And by seamlessly organized you mean the part where the story changes every 15 minutes? Even the Huffington Post is making noise about that.

    lulz.
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