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Dude this is awesome. I can offer cooking wisdom @Deleted User
Hey I'm Marlow and I also have a deep passion for cooking and nutrition, especially in preparing traditional vegan dishes from all around the world. I'm not 100% pure vegan but this is where my goals lie mostly (for health reasons, not necessarily for ethical ones).
Anyway, if that's what you're into and you want to get better at it I can offer some advice, but mostly I'm here to learn and absorb great ancestral wisdom from all of you
@Louis Loire - NY you're going to love this... This morning I baked a loaf of Bordelaise
@Erika It's all in the technique... recipes don't help much unless you understand how bread works (kneading, proofing, gluten development, fermentation, etc.)
Man that looks incredible
this video goes over some of these principles, if you REALLY want to get into bread baking I highly recommend this book https://www.amazon.com/Fundamental-Techniques-Classic-Bread-Baking/dp/158479934X
I know what you mean.... luckily it's prohibitively complex enough to the point where I only bake a loaf every two weeks or so
yeah bordelaise is like a mild sourdough, you use a bit of your own sourdough starter, not as much as you would in a true sourdough
The best food is European anyway
asian food's pretty good, tho
My wife and I love it... also indian food
basically if you're going to make anything vegan taste good, you're going to need to look into Indian and Asian techniques and flavors
This is how they STILL do it in France
you have local markets and bakers and you buy fresh baked bread every morning
And you eat meals with others... it's a beautiful tradition
The guy who wrote it is named Chad... nuff said
Dude we're gonna have such awesome food in the ethnostate
@Honneur et Patrie don't forget the sesame oil!
Freestyle sourdough experiment, measuring nothing and just doing it by eye/feel.... turned out great!
I let it proof overnight at room temperature... I think long proofing time is the secret to great bread
it's a delicate balance tho, depending on the yeast you use, it could proof too quickly and then "fall" and you get bread that has a tight, dense crumb, which is not good. You want air pockets, and depending on your preference, you want them big, but now so big it becomes difficult to spread stuff on it
but yeast cultured in your own sourdough starter is usually more robust than store-bought "active dry yeast" or even instant or rapid rise yeast, which is more suitable for bread machines.
the key ingredient in any good bread is time.... you gotta have patience every step of the way
Also, you're going to need to call upon the wisdom of your ancient European ancestors to get it right... bonus points if they're French
It's fun tho. I suggest everyone who isn't celiac to try it!
@snakob95 I was thinking about doing something like that, but an overall "lifestyle and life philosophy" channgel
it would be pretty cool, but it would take a lot of time
When will heebs finally learn that they will not divide us?
@Deleted User look into bit che. And always VPN
Right Wing Barbarian Squads
If you're not strictly conforming to the reverse hierarchy in the left, then you'll never truly fit in
you forgot homophobic
The newest Marlow is coming along quite nicely.
@Deleted User that's no kid brother... that's my 4th baby.
OHH!!! lol I read that all wrong!
you need to punctuate, my nibba
My wife and I (and our 4 kids) have been wanting to make the move over to Northern Idaho/Northwest Montana for years
how do I know this place is legit, and not full of commies or feds?
alright cool, so what's the goal? Just moving as many people up to the PNW as possible or to a specific area within the PNW?
I'm a skilled web developer and can work from home if need be
I just need to have good internetz for reasonable cost
Nah, we're pretty set on Kalispell or Coeur D'Alene
I hear rural Idaho up there has microwave towers for internet, that work pretty well
I've got work to do, unfortunately. I'm writing up a course on Angular development, working on multiple streams of independent income. This has been my dream for a long time... an ethnostate in the PNW
I wake up every freaking day amped to make it happen
I currently live in Utah, so it's not that far off
it was a nice place once upon a time, my suburb at least... now it's crawling with mexicans. There's not a single damn billboard that's in English anymore
it's pretty analogous to the conditions that helped us evolve into who we are
Alright, brothers. Keep at it. I gotta get back to work.
30, male, Utah. Ex-mormon turned Jungian pagan/stoic realist. National Capitalist. Also married with 4 kids. Web Developer.
One of my ongoing projects is building a viable replacement for Discord
but it's one of those things that's just going to take a while, being a working family man :/
that just hits a little too close to home for me
If it's too decentralized, then you get issues in synchronous messaging... Lets say Alice, Bob, and Carl are in a chat room, it's completely decentralized so they each store the data for the chat history
but if alice and bob had a conversation, and neither are online, carl won't be able to retrieve that conversation's data
you could implement a decentralized blockchain, but then you have to incentivize people to host and compute all of those cryptographic messages, this is usually done with some kind of digital token
if you want an experience like discord, then the only solution is to have a "single source of truth" (a central server)
now, whether that can be like a minecraft server, where it's easy for users to just spool up, even keep it on a raspberry pi, that would be ideal
My thinking is to build a chat client, and also host a general chat server
but offer a free and open source server users can use in parallel to the default main server (that I'd be running)
to the end user, he won't know the difference looking at the list of "servers" he's subscribed to
the way I'd make money is by offering a "premium" version of the client
that's what any thing "in the cloud" already is
@Orchid I think we should have a channel where we discuss possible locations, like particular towns that will fit as a hub. I've been reading lately on Libby, MT. It was basically BTFO'd by a vermiculite mine, a bunch of asbestos contaminated the town, but they've undergone a huge cleanup process by the EPA and 2 years ago they said it's completely safe
@Heebus many of us in that organization have expressed interest in this project, but we don't want to clutter up our discord with it, since we focus more on activism and not the specifics of permanent settlement
@John.II and a cup of coffee, with a good book, and a roaring fireplace
I think white people are apathetic because they've been beaten down for so long, they've forgotten that it's OK to stand up and be proud of who we are
once we normalize white identity, it'll only be natural for them to want to be around their kind, openly and explicitly, whereas right now it's just an implicit, "white flight" sort of thing
I think the problem with Covington is he was too explicitly natsoc
not that it was wrong, it was just too much info too quickly for the normie
if we exude self confidence in white identity, and have an overall positive message, that'll go a long way
we don't need to get into the technicals of whether or not charging usury is valid
we just need to push the meme that "we're building a homeland for white people... a place where you can raise families and feel safe"
this is why most leftist communes fail
It depends on how far we want to go... maybe a newsletter, lol
holy crap how have I never heard of this forum before?
We need to be integrating more closely to True Cascadia
```Promote a White ethnic consciousness in the Pacific Northwest and prevent, as well as reverse, the increasingly discriminatory policies enacted in opposition to Whites in our own homelands.
Encourage traditionalism by investing in traditional family values, and stopping the degradation of White culture.
Regain our sovereignty and prevent foreign influence on our people.
Stop the continuation of non-White immigration into our communities and rebuild our sociocultural infrastructure.```
I think it's just a growing network of alt-right people in the area
yeah there's a lot of stuff they go over
yes, a while ago when it first came out
that's how I found out about this movement of people wanting to do this
They're not too concerned with the government, it sounds like
it seems as tho they're more interested in building community, rather than the particulars of policy or economics
whatever the case may be, the most important thing is we develop the cultural network
build the skills, become self-reliant, move up to the PNW, and advocate for white identity
if there ever comes a time where we're going to have to sort out a new government, we'll deal work it out then
for now, none of that crap will matter if there are no people to govern
I think it's going to take a monumental paradigm shift before we openly accept conquest as a legitimate means for acquiring land again
people are too cucked by universalist morality
Libertarians always twist themselves into knots over the issue of land ownership
the land that is yours is the land you can defend, or that someone more powerful acknowledges is yours
Even animals understand the value of territory, and are willing to kill to acquire it
@Primo Muslims are a more primitive, and therefore vigorous culture
The West is collapsing under the weight of it's own decadence
When will we be deciding where to make the move? What are the criteria we're looking out for? I've done a ton of readind and research into all parts of the PNW, and the rest of the country. It all started years ago when I read Skousen's Strategic Relocation book.
I have a pretty good idea of the general parts of the country, their demographic trajectory, and their strategic advantages and disadvantages
yes there are bigger population centers, so it's easier to find work
but the politics of those areas is terrible
there are some places that are better suited outside of those cities, if you really need access to the economy there, but I advise Idaho or Montana
much friendlier politically and culturally
climate is also sunnier and swings to seasonal extremes more as you travel east, Finally when you hit the rockies, expect a slightly wetter climate, a little more snow, and up in the rockies by the continental divide (Columbia Falls, etc.) much more snow, shorter growing season, colder overall temperatures, etc.
the happy medium, to me, seams to be the Idaho panhandle, Benewah, Kootenai, and Bonner county
I would recommend the eastern areas of Washington and Orgeon, were it not for the governments there, but at the same time if you're looking for safety and good demographics, those places are excellent.
Coeur D'Alene has a population of about 50,000 and is close to Spokane, so it's not too isolated from the conveniences of civilization, Moscow further south is about half that and is a different ecology (high plains). We need to define our goals... do we want to "take over" a town? Or do we want to participate as a vocal minority in the politics?
Do we want to buy one big patch of land together and start a "commune" lol.... there was this "Citadel" project that kinda fell flat
I think it would be better if we just made a general push to move to a specific town and the surrounding areas, and focused on making that town /our place/
in that case I submit Coeur D'Alene or Sandpoint as my suggestion
Sandpoint has 8000 residents, and an older population than Coeur D'Alene
I have 4 kids, one of the big things for me is to find a place where there are other young families
Yes, there's enough to work with for personal gardening
as far as large scale farming I'm not so sure
check this map out: http://sil.uc.edu/webapps/socscape_usa/
it's got population and demographic stats mapped for the years 1990, 2000, and 2010, to give you an idea of where the white population is growing
Potlatch is really, really low in population
and it might be too small for our people to find good work
that would be a good target if we wanted to take over completely
but if enough of our guys move out there and we get active politically, then yeah it could happen
but, again, the economic factor is limiting
so it's just something to think about
I think it would work best if we chose a decently sized city, and moved there or the surrounding lands
because for most people, it's a big deal to have access to good shopping and such
I think there are places that strike a good balance
Maybe we can pick a specific small town next to one of these cities
so people could still commute if they want to
```Race in Athol, Idaho
98.00% of people are white, 0.00% are black, 0.00% are asian, 0.00% are native american, and 0.00% claim 'Other'.```
We gotta think about the economic opportunities if this thing is going to have any legs
we can grow food pretty much anywhere if we're in a good grow zone
this is good tho, it's good we disagree somewhat on this, and that we have different things we're looking for
it's going result in making a better decision in the end
It does look like a place you could go full Varg
which is where I eventially want to end up
he's always preaching to people to live a more traditional lifestyle away from collapsing civilization, have lots of kids, become self-reliant, etc.
Yeah that's why I feel like moving next to a small city (pop 25k -50k or so) would be best
because you would attract people who want to be part of the community, but want to be more isolated, they can just move further away
it depends on how big you dream, how charismatic you are
I have no qualms running for public office
I think it boils down to which location can accomodate the most kinds of people, the survivalist types are awesome to have around in your community, but the high economic performers are also useful
we need to find a place that attracts both extremes and everyone in between
This is something we'll eventually have to work towards, but it'll be hard to just start out that way
But you don't wanna be too close, either... cuz then you'll be dealing with the refugees
I recently lost 40 lbs, in the span of about 3 months, using a combination of prolongued fasting (twice, once for 5 days, the second for 26 days) and a plat-based/whole-foods diet
I've been able to keep it off by just being reasonable about what I eat, not trying too hard to follow any specific diet plan, etc.
so if you want to lose weight, you could always just not eat for a few weeks lol
sometimes... I did feel like my back hurt, probably from kidneys and dehydration
during the longer fasting period, if i was feeling particularly bad, I'd have a piece of fruit or if I had baked a loaf of bread, I'd have an ultra thin slice to taste it
Building in Africa is a bad idea... because it would be awesome and nogs would nog it up and want in on it.
You wouldn't get enough people to come and stay to maintain a pure bloodline
Southern Brazil is a slightly better idea (I was born in Northeastern Brazil)
there's a LOT of pure europeans in the southernmost two or 3 states
and the people are awesome, and very beautful
Patagonia is good if you don't mind the occasional earthquake, but it lacks big game
We'd have a hard time getting people over there, and having them stay there
PNW is our only option, and there's also Appalachia
There's a reason why it's the core state of Western Civilization, while also being one of the youngest
the European people here are just too valuable. The culture we've built is too valuable.
Also should the government ever collapse, having a gun in the hand of every law-abiding citizen is critical to maintaining order
In deep red, very conservative (very white) places in this country, almost everyone owns a gun, and a large percentage of people carry guns all the time... no problems
but when black people in urban areas have guns, it's a war zone
so if there ever was a SHTF situation, I'd fel much safer around white people with guns than around white people without guns
@Roman Dreams your question is fundamentally an anthropolical one... why does indifference and alturism exist simultaneously in the same species?
the answer has to do with social habits, dunbar's number, in-group/out-group, and kin selection
dunbar's number refers to how many primates can exist in one social group, as extrapolated by brain measurement... Robin Dunbar measured the brain and the troop size of many different kinds of primate and found that this roughly correlates
our number is about 150... meaning we can only keep track of our social obligations to about 150 people, and remember their obligations to us
beyond that and our brain automatically "kicks one out"
so when we form these social groups we become intensely altruistic toward them, usually they're related to us so helping them increases their chances of passing down DNA (which you have in common)
J. B. S. Haldane, evolutionary biologist, famously sayd "I would lay down my life for two brothers or eight cousins" to illustrate this point
So this is why nationalism makes sense to me... it fits in with out desire to see our own people succeed, while at the same time it allows us to express being protective of them against the out-group. These different traits have been honed and tuned to differing degrees across populations as they adapted to different climates, but the fundamental program is the same... be suspicious toward outsiders, but treat your people like family. Nationalism formalizes this understanding so that it can spread across a bigger society than just 150. We do this by maintaining a common language, culture, and genetic heritage.
@Orchid what book is that 1 and 5 acre diagram from?
that's the goal we're working towards
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