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    1 pint of salt??? Seriously??/

    1 pint of salt??? Seriously??/
  2. If they're turning black, or otherwise moldy,...

    If they're turning black, or otherwise moldy, heave them. But if not, rinse and bake. no need to heat oven just for them - toss in at the end of baking something else. Leave in oven till cooled off....
  3. Thread: Raw potatoes???

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    Then it seems the toxicity is dosage dependent....

    Then it seems the toxicity is dosage dependent. There's fair distance between a slice or two and an entire large serving of raw taters. I used to slice raw potatoes into fry size fingers, and...
  4. Pamela - sounds like under production of acid to...

    Pamela - sounds like under production of acid to me. But for Marielle, and her problems involving meals other than breakfast, it's possible her digestion works better after an all-night rest, but...
  5. Speaking their native language usually indicates...

    Speaking their native language usually indicates swimming upstream against tremendous odds. Those who do are very protective of their culture and seek out their traditional foods. The ones who...
  6. Speaking their native language usually indicates...

    Speaking their native language usually indicates swimming upstream against tremendous odds. Those who do are very protective of their culture and seek out their traditional foods. The ones who...
  7. Gelatin will have a thickening effect, but it's...

    Gelatin will have a thickening effect, but it's still a useful addition. I don't like any soy-based drinks like Ensure because soy is such an allergenic food. It is, however, convenient and tasty. I...
  8. Thread: Too Much Fruit?

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    There's more to fruit than carbs and calories....

    There's more to fruit than carbs and calories. Fructose (fruit sugar) is the mysterious factor that can pack weight on, enlarge your fatty liver, and leave you ravenous. Fruit in moderation is...
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    It's been in the news lately. Health Advice from...

    It's been in the news lately.
    Health Advice from a Grizzly - Scientific American
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    Vit B1 is supposedly a specific for repelling...

    Vit B1 is supposedly a specific for repelling mosquitos. Low carb diets, along with my usual B supplements, kept me bite-free lots of summers. High carb intake was an invitation for bugs to feast.;-)
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    Then there's Flylady, online and free. Her...

    Then there's Flylady, online and free. Her ongoing mission in life, after recovering from life's bad experiences which involved clutter and low self-esteem, is to help establish good habits, one step...
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    Huh? Try English.;-)

    Huh? Try English.;-)
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    FWIW, I understand soap's main germicidal action...

    FWIW, I understand soap's main germicidal action comes not from contact with the bacteria themselves, but from dissolving the skin oils that hold the bacteria. That, to me, indicates that the...
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    Orange redheads tan - but it breaks up into a...

    Orange redheads tan - but it breaks up into a million bits, with pasty skin in between.
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    First off, arm yourself with some Permaculture...

    First off, arm yourself with some Permaculture books, and prepare to spend a few years growing into your garden/homesite. Since design is about the most important thing you can do, eliminate as much...
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    Never say never again. -James Bond. ;-)

    Never say never again. -James Bond. ;-)
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    Horsemeat in Canada can be found in Toronto, or...

    Horsemeat in Canada can be found in Toronto, or at least, used to be, at ethnic shops. The main slaughter plant in Ontario is/was at Owen Sound, and on slaughtering days, Georgian Bay would run red...
  18. Thread: inflamation?

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    Lyme disease possibilty is my second guess. Lyme...

    Lyme disease possibilty is my second guess. Lyme is more widespread than we ever dreamed, and the numbers worldwide are astonishing. Nor do all tests reveal Lyme the first time.
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    I won't microwave anything. I find boiling or...

    I won't microwave anything. I find boiling or roasting sufficient. Am looking at Instant Pot which seems as fast as microwaving but w/o negative press. Otherwise, cooked and cooled older potatoes...
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    In fact, I prefer the gamey dark meat of...

    In fact, I prefer the gamey dark meat of squirrels and wild rabbits to the bland white meat of domestic rabbits. I've eaten dozens of rabbits -the meat is tender or not depending on age and sex, but...
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    Until they (the big food conglomerates) can grow,...

    Until they (the big food conglomerates) can grow, harvest, bend, spindle and mutilate plants grown where even goats fear to tread, and do so that the resulting produce contains all the various...
  22. Thread: Women's Breasts

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    Shall keep my endowment private, but big breasts...

    Shall keep my endowment private, but big breasts run in both hubby's and my families. Sad to say, if any of our daughters gain any weight, it tends to migrate chestward. An aunt found bra-wearing...
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    Your gut biome has been radically disturbed...

    Your gut biome has been radically disturbed lately, and 6 months may not be adequate to fix it. Add in possible allergies (including to sun and surf) ad skin issues can arise. If fermented veggies...
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    The difficulty in breaking through the rind led...

    The difficulty in breaking through the rind led to my preference for butternut squash, and that was the main reason. Otherwise, I loved my homegrown monster Hubbards for their taste. Yum.
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    If only they did that - and no more. But with our...

    If only they did that - and no more. But with our damaged guts, and carb addictions, most of us then go on to carby snacks in between, followed by bedtime snacks for better sleep. WE wake up a little...
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