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29/05/2019 12:49 am  

Yep, sometimes at the end of the day you just want something to eat that is nutritious, easy and tastes really good.  Comfort food to the rescue.

Fresh baked 100% wheat bread. One medium ripe banana.  Freshly made extra crunchy peanut butter.

two tablespoons of peanut butter on each slice of bread, cut banana into 1/2 inch sections and place evenly on each slice of bread.

Place the two halves together, serve with milk and you have a 2.5 inch tall sandwich that is guaranteed to make your day complete.

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30/05/2019 1:27 am  

GOD how I miss Grilled cheese sandwiches.  


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30/05/2019 1:39 am  

I'm pretty sure the feces taken from large animals is a good thing to use to grow vegetables.  This is all.


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30/05/2019 8:16 pm  

 I love making soups, very little skill needed and cheap.


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03/06/2019 2:21 am  

My favorite is macaroni & cheese...

https://www.southernliving.com/recipes/classic-baked-macaroni-and-cheese-recipe

 

Family-Favorite Macaroni and Cheese Recipe - BettyCrocker.com

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03/06/2019 2:28 am  

I found out that passing out religious tracts at the local liquor store is considered "offensive." What wasn't offensive was the collection of vintage porn they kept in this large bin in the back.  They had some used drug paraphernalia in there too.  


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03/06/2019 1:18 pm  

There is absolutely no substitute for a nice juicy steak, especially at the end of a long day at work. I like London broils the best...but really any kind of meat you can toss on the grill or in a skillet is good in my book.


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GregBO
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03/06/2019 8:42 pm  
Posted by: Xanthine

There is absolutely no substitute for a nice juicy steak, especially at the end of a long day at work. I like London broils the best...but really any kind of meat you can toss on the grill or in a skillet is good in my book.

Check Xanthine, but when I am tired and do not want to face the grill I go for the easy peasy stuff.

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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04/06/2019 9:34 am  
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I'm pretty sure the feces taken from large animals is a good thing to use to grow vegetables.  This is all.

 

 

Actually, it is a science and artform alike to process the dung of large (and small) animals in the right way, so it indeed becomes a very good agent in feeding the soil. You do not feed the plants with processed dung, you always and only feed the soil. Life in the soil is very complex and a paramount factor in plant health and - growth.

The most simple plants cannot grow unless there are at least two dozens of fungi living in the soil, which are imperative in providing the plants with (digestable forms of mineral and other) nutrients. Without this (and other forms of) life in the soil no plants will grow (unless you give them synthetic and digestable nutrients).

Dung from cows is pretty good stuff, when it is golden and pithy coming out of the cow. A good farmer knows this makes him wealthy: seeing for his cows to be healthy so that their dung will have this characteristics and therefore be an excellent resource for creating fertilizer out of it. Which -perfected- is a process of many steps, that requires specialized facilities, heat, ventilation, drainage and months of time.

Doing this thoroughly pays off large dividends over time. The feces of chicken and pigs are for example not very useful and harder to process, though.

 


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04/06/2019 1:01 pm  

Dhal. Pretty simple and tasty. I add curry powder, soy-sauce and quark (the diary product, not the elementary particle). Dhal (rice and red lenses) is said to be India´s national recipe - or one thereof, so it is a very popular choice, worldwide, to say the least.

Diary products have to come from a trustworthy source. Most of what is available on the market is rubbish. This depends on how the cows are fed and treated, on how the environmental pollution plays in as a factor and so on.

You see the grass and herbs on the pasture of the cows in the image above? See their fur and attitude? lol, you get the picture, don´t ya?

So, here is another:

That´s one of the places where most of my diary products originate from. It´s a National Park where I even spent my holidays to annoy/enrich the cows´ lives with my humble presence. They all wear bells around their necks, so sleeping near their pastures often is only a thing, while they are sleeping, too. Other than that, there are pastures where the cows´ bells are very finely and harmonically tuned, so you can much more easily fall asleep, because there are no harsh disharmonies, but all the ringing goes to add up aesthetically.

 


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06/06/2019 12:50 pm  

Great picture Matcha. With the exception of the tree species, the last photo would have represented the area I grew up in.  There is indeed a substantial difference between those who have enjoyed the calm serenity of rural life for any amount of time, versus those who grew up within the concrete jungle.

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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