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    As I was cleaning up from my dinner of BBQ ribs and brussel sprout slaw with bacon, I realized that I have about 25 vegetarian cookbooks with recipes for BBQ Tofu. I want to be environmental and recycle The New Farm Cookbook (the home of nutrition yeast cheese) and "The Tofu Cook Book". But part of me wants to use them to build a big fire to roast a whole pig over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    As I was cleaning up from my dinner of BBQ ribs and brussel sprout slaw with bacon, I realized that I have about 25 vegetarian cookbooks with recipes for BBQ Tofu. I want to be environmental and recycle The New Farm Cookbook (the home of nutrition yeast cheese) and "The Tofu Cook Book". But part of me wants to use them to build a big fire to roast a whole pig over.
    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - You'd be reusing them, so it would still be environmental. Right?
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    After eating a slow cooked beef stew with bone broth, my hubby said in a perplexed tone, "I think this has too much flavor!"

    The problem turned out to be that the sauce needed to be thinned just a tad. We've been laughing about that ever since. Take that, wimpy SAD beef stew!
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    Speaking of bone broth, I have the tragic "frustration" that now that I've finally figured out my favorite recipe for bone broth, I am running out of room in the giant chest freezer that we bought and we were sure was too big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Energy! View Post
    After eating a slow cooked beef stew with bone broth, my hubby said in a perplexed tone, "I think this has too much flavor!"

    The problem turned out to be that the sauce needed to be thinned just a tad. We've been laughing about that ever since. Take that, wimpy SAD beef stew!
    Ha, I learned that lesson. So many recipes say to remove extra grease/fat (or all the fat, if they're really failing), and I was all, "Ha-HA! There can NEVER be too much grease!"

    No, I was wrong, there totally can be. >.<
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    you know, these days, when I have anything sweet/sugary (part of the living life so have a piece of cake once in a while aspect of primal), i get a headache. Thanks primal! no more sugar for me!

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    Because I am now cooking meat, and making bone stock, I had to buy myself a new, fancy, bells-&-whistles slow cooker.

    *sigh*

    It even has a probe so my roasts will come out absolutely perfect.

    Thanks, ever so much, Primal living, for making me update my cooking methods...

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    My dishes often come out of the dishwasher with a sort of film on them still. I assume it's bacon grease and butter getting evenly distributed.

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