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    Quote Originally Posted by Milty View Post
    Must be the new Made with "Real" ___ trend
    Made with real, unadulterated CW crack?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darbyfett View Post
    "Eating one egg as part of a healthy breakfast may help you lose weight by keeping you from getting hungry later in the morning."

    One? ONE?! 3 is a small quick meal. I couldn't imagine how sad one egg would look.
    yeah... i'd just continue my fast. one egg would just piss me off.

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    Make your pizza & pasta healthy:
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    You can do it and you will be fine after eating the one egg for breakfast, at least you didn't skip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnegans Wake View Post
    In the L. Frank Baum book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Wizard's true name is Oscar Zoroaster Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkel Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs, but he goes by the initials of his first and middle name. The acronym is OZ PINHEAD. Seems appropriate, no? Time to pull aside the curtain and reveal Oz for what he is.
    LOL i never knew that!

    Speaking of going out and gathering wheat, friends of mine who just got a house with some land in upstate CA are going to lengths to grow a lot of their own food. Veggie plots, chickens, beehives, all sorts of good stuff. Theyre mostly vegetarian but theyre super against big agribusiness so we see eye to eye on a lot of points.

    Anyway, part of their plan is to grow their own wheat. They're really excited about it, got a scythe and everything. I couldnt help but think that they are going to learn REAL FAST how much work grains require to gather and what little pay-off you get for such amount of work.

    Id be a lot more excited if they were growing like einkorn or emmer or some other wild-type form of grain, but last I talked to them they were just planning on regular semi-dwarf wheat. Sigh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvidae View Post
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    Anyway, part of their plan is to grow their own wheat. They're really excited about it, got a scythe and everything. I couldnt help but think that they are going to learn REAL FAST how much work grains require to gather and what little pay-off you get for such amount of work.

    Id be a lot more excited if they were growing like einkorn or emmer or some other wild-type form of grain, but last I talked to them they were just planning on regular semi-dwarf wheat. Sigh.
    Please keep us updated; can't wait to see their eyes open.

    But being against big agri-business, how could they grow semi-dwarf wheat? Have they heard of Wheat Belly? Spelt? Kamut, even?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvidae View Post
    LOL i never knew that!

    Speaking of going out and gathering wheat, friends of mine who just got a house with some land in upstate CA are going to lengths to grow a lot of their own food. Veggie plots, chickens, beehives, all sorts of good stuff. Theyre mostly vegetarian but theyre super against big agribusiness so we see eye to eye on a lot of points.

    Anyway, part of their plan is to grow their own wheat. They're really excited about it, got a scythe and everything. I couldnt help but think that they are going to learn REAL FAST how much work grains require to gather and what little pay-off you get for such amount of work.

    Id be a lot more excited if they were growing like einkorn or emmer or some other wild-type form of grain, but last I talked to them they were just planning on regular semi-dwarf wheat. Sigh.
    Yeah, I don't think they've fully researched milling and the type of crop yields you need to have a useful amount of flour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudenveri View Post
    Yeah, I don't think they've fully researched milling and the type of crop yields you need to have a useful amount of flour.
    They are smart, i mean the gal is a professor at the local college and the guy is an environmental scientist. But theyre also looking to install solar panels and rain water collectors and new insulation in the house and im sure in the crush to do ALL THESE THINGS they just havent had the time to really sit down and think about the implications of growing the grain
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvidae View Post
    They are smart, i mean the gal is a professor at the local college and the guy is an environmental scientist. But theyre also looking to install solar panels and rain water collectors and new insulation in the house and im sure in the crush to do ALL THESE THINGS they just havent had the time to really sit down and think about the implications of growing the grain
    Hey, even smart, educated people sometimes do foolish things. I'm reasonably smart and educated, and today I got hot beef fat all over my kitchen counter (though I did get most of it in the jar where it was supposed to go).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudenveri View Post
    Hey, even smart, educated people sometimes do foolish things. I'm reasonably smart and educated, and today I got hot beef fat all over my kitchen counter (though I did get most of it in the jar where it was supposed to go).
    I'm supposed to be a genius and yet I frequently do stupid things. Like overspending with my shiny new credit card.
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