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    Yesterday I bought two organic duck legs. Only to go to bed with a bad migraine when they were ready, I couldn't even stand the smell... (good that I don't get migraine that often now!) Had leftovers today with my salad, delicious!

    Last week I bought a copy of "The Primal Solution" for my ebook reader, and I have almost finished reading it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billp View Post
    You don't need any of that. If you shower regularly (can't be that primal really, but necessary to fit in...) afterwards you can shave with hot water from the hot tap, alone. Your face will feel better, you will get a better shave and your razor will last longer. Mine last disposable razor lasted about four years.
    You must have very soft facial hair, not be prone to ingrown hairs, be okay with a lot of tugging and uncomfortable shaves, or produce a ton of oil. Even using feather blades on a DE safety razor, I have to replace the blades at least once a week. With no shaving soap I get tons of irritation despite using witch-hazel afterwards.

    Next you'll be telling us that cold-water shaving is THE BEST THING EVER!

    Shaving foam is a total con.
    Shaving foam? Maybe. You can use a shaving soap. Some people like the pre-shave/shaving oils as well as lather-less creams.
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    I bought:
    2 pork chops, a rib eye, a pound of ground beef, some chicken quarters, a pack of bacon, a dozen eggs, a slab of a 7 year aged cheddar and some goat cheese.

    For my "diet"... that is going to cause me to have to go buy new clothes soon.

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    Groceries... Meat, veg, eggs, goldfish crackers (for my son). Why is beef so GD expensive?!?! I live in Texas, shouldn't it be free? At the store, the cashiers always comment on all of the vegetables I buy... while most of them are as big as a house.

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    I bought 3 clamp lights and grow bulbs for starting seeds indoors this year. They haven't come in yet, Amazon. And a slab of green marble, which I pick up tomorrow, and four casters for a dresser I'm redoing. I still need to buy the paint, which I haven't decided on just yet, I want to have the marble here when I decide, and the pulls.

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    Soil cube maker for starting seeds: The Soil Cube Tool - Soil Block Maker I plan on gettting an early start to my veggie gardens this year so I don't have to buy too many already-potted plants.

    I really like the "no transplant shock" angle, especially for things like squash & nasturtiums that hate being transplanted.

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    $100 worth of grass fed top round and chuck... and pickles.

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    A burger, sans bun, +swiss, jalapenos, onions, garlic, bacon for lunch. Prior to that, it was canned pureed tomato for homemade sloppy Joe's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
    Soil cube maker for starting seeds: The Soil Cube Tool - Soil Block Maker I plan on gettting an early start to my veggie gardens this year so I don't have to buy too many already-potted plants.

    I really like the "no transplant shock" angle, especially for things like squash & nasturtiums that hate being transplanted.
    Is this your first time using that? I'd be interested to hear how it works out for you. I'm using peat pots (to also make transplanting easier on me and the plants) and I have a mini indoor greenhouse then will switch over to tables once sprouted. I have room for about 400 but I'm starting perennials as well.

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