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1/19/13 2:09 PM
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i might give it a go one day soon.
1/21/13 2:34 AM
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well, there are times i still go back and eat my favorite korean dish... samgyupsal. all veggies grown in my garden. found that i really like the kale when eaten like this too. :)



and this is how u do it

1/21/13 5:47 AM
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...also one of my faves...and let me tell you, FCTV's garden is no joke.
1/21/13 11:10 AM
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Time to portion these guys out. Steaks are just under 3 pounds.



 





 



One down.



 



 





 



Ready for the freezer.



 



1/21/13 11:17 AM
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what's the sauce?
1/21/13 11:19 AM
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LOL at veggie burgers...... why you have veggie burgers?
1/21/13 11:24 AM
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reelfoot - LOL at veggie burgers...... why you have veggie burgers?

LOL

I'm married.

You know, sometimes a steak can be too heavy... I'll have a veggie burger & 2 cupcakes instead!


You should taste those things, they taste like mud.
1/21/13 11:32 AM
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This my attempt at a hydroponic garden. I barely get enough lettuce for a sandwich. Basil is the only thing doing well, and somehow I have aphids on my pepper plants. Phone Post
1/21/13 11:47 AM
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Where do you live?
1/21/13 11:57 AM
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samichlaus - Where do you live?

Tenn. to cold for outdoor garden.
1/21/13 12:06 PM
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roger that

It's been cold here in S. Cal for a bit, frost on my windshield in the morning, just starting to warm up.
1/21/13 12:37 PM
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reel it's a variation on bi bim bap sauce.
1/21/13 3:38 PM
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Holy shit, I've found my new wallpaper!

 

...and somehow I have aphids on my pepper plants


lol, Dude, no shit. Not matter what part of the country you're in, growing indoors or out, chili plants will get aphids...it's like magic...like they originate from within the plant itself...as though the seed they sprout from has genetic instructions and material to generate aphids at a certain point in it's growth.

 

1/21/13 4:47 PM
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those fake ladybugs are flying around the house too.
1/23/13 3:12 PM
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http://www.chinapost.com.tw/taiwan/national/national-news/2012/10/26/358957/Tainted-South.htm

tell me this isn't true
1/23/13 3:13 PM
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1/23/13 4:41 PM
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why does this not surprise me.
1/23/13 6:21 PM
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Given this Wiki description, I'm guessing we get exposed to benzopyrene all the time in larger quantities than ramen...

A benzopyrene is an organic compound with the formula C20H12. Structurally speaking, the colorless isomers of benzopyrene are pentacyclic hydrocarbons and are fusion products of pyrene and a phenylene group. Two isomeric species of benzopyrene are benzo[a]pyrene and the less common benzo[e]pyrene. They belong to the chemical class of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

Related compounds include cyclopentapyrenes, dibenzopyrenes, indenopyrenes and naphthopyrenes. Benzopyrene is a component of pitch and occurs together with other related pentacyclic aromatic species such as picene, benzofluoranthenes, and perylene.[1] Moreover, they can be found in coal tar (after a forest fire), after eruption of volcanoes, in cigarette smoke, wood smoke, and in burnt foods such as coffee. Especially fumes that develop from fat dripping on blistering charcoal are rich in benzopyrene, which can condense on barbecued goods.[2]

Benzopyrenes are problematic because they intercalate into DNA, interfering with transcription. They are considered pollutants and carcinogens. Especially the mechanism of action of benzo(a)pyrene-related DNA modification is well investigated and relates to the activity of cytochrome P450 subclass 1A1 (CYP1A1).[3] Seemingly, the high activity of CYP1A1 in the intestinal mucosa prevents major amounts of ingested benzo(a)pyrene from entering portal blood and systemic circulation.[4] The intestinal (but not hepatic) detoxification mechanism seems to depend on receptors that recognize bacterial surface components (TLR2).[5]

Evidence exists to link benzo[a]pyrene to the formation of lung cancer

1/23/13 7:17 PM
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Thanks mike, almost tossed all my ramen Phone Post
1/23/13 7:18 PM
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My slave labor making pot stickers. Phone Post
1/24/13 7:03 PM
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making Singapore chicken rice tonight, any suggestions? been simmering the chicken at a very low simmer for the past hour with some ginger and a little soy. my plan is to grate 3 or 4 tbs of ginger, saute in some chicken fat, and cook rice and some stock in the steamer. Might cold shock the chicken when done cooking to seal in the drippings.
1/24/13 7:14 PM
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Moke - 


Holy shit, I've found my new wallpaper!




How about this?
1/24/13 7:41 PM
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I must say I like your smartly cut prime rib steaks better.
1/24/13 7:53 PM
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yup, that marble would make a mean step and repeat!
1/24/13 11:11 PM
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A couple months ago I got into a bone broth phase again...I had found a supplier that had bones with a very high marrow ratio (yay!)...my body resisted for a while and then boom! I gained almost ten pounds.

Well I found a new place with these nice bones...this is half a bag...these seem to have the perfect cartilage/marrow/bone ratio. The broth is great with a wonderful translucent color and is lean. Now I can continue my broth quest without gaining weight again.

I'll take some pics in the coming days of said broth right before I sit down to eat.

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