Algrin "Bailey" Bagley - PA (Discord ID: 350819068816916480), page 1
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Nice. Now bread it and fry to make is sufficiently not healthy 😃
Keep it up goys 😃
With a few slices missing.
After using the bread machine for a while,
I decided to try making bread by hand and baking it in the oven.
I'm not a prepper, ... more of a suburban homestead hobbyist/dabbler.
So I won't be taking refugees during the apocalypse.
Bucket o' wheat
SuperPail Hard White Wheat - 40 lbs. $50
(Shelf-life 15 to 30+ years.)
Bucket and Bung Opener $5
(Or just mangle the lid off with a screw driver.)
Gamma Seal Lid $8
Hand Grain Mill $75
(Get two if you are a prepper. 2 is 1, and 1 is none.)
Mixing bowl, wooden spoon, measuring cups, measuring spoons, wooden cutting board.
Stoneware Loaf Pan $25
(No high-tech non-stick stuff.)
Next baking experiment:
(Ready to eat. Long shelf-life. Like old school MREs.)
@Warren H I enjoyed shinkendo.
Not many locations. The one in PA closed up when the teacher moved.
If I remember correctly, an EMP attack could shut down electric for months, but nuclear reactors only have back up for weeks. Can they shut down in time? What if they are unattended?
Who would say 'yes'? The same gov that inspected the platforms in the gulf?
@John O - Fukishima was a disaster. It seems that it can't be that easy. I wish nuclear power could save us. But I don't trust the gov if they say its safe.
20% growth forever! All else be damned! .... what could go wrong?
The short sighted people who are making quick money now will still make money in the collapse. They make money in peace and war, ... good times and bad.
Nice! I'm definitely interested in trying that.
"Organic Food"... what our ancestors called "Food". Yes, I prefer organic, but... the Chinese self-certify. And since they put poison in baby formula, I don't trust them at all. So, I'd rather USA non-organic than non-USA organic. And, sometimes the markups are too much. I'll pay maybe 20% more, but sometimes they ask double or triple for organic. I won't go that far. Anyway, I get organic when I can. @The Eternal Anglo
The original Dune was fantastic. I never made it through the rest of the series. When his son put out some, it was entertaining to read some of the books that were the foundation of things that were the history of the original, but they weren't as epic as the original. I read Dune at least 3 times.
I tried one of those. I never figured it out. In show's about the 50s they always show dads pushing them around like they are going for a stroll. I tried and tried but it either didn't cut, or it jammed up.
Ug. Twice a week? How about twice a month? Mabye I'll I give it another chance. @Phillip Wiglesworth - FL
@Aleis⊕ccidentalis I was confused by that. I thought tempeh didn't have the estrogen problem, but it does. https://www.livestrong.com/article/547762-tempeh-estrogen/ Quote: "...tempeh is fermented, which allows easier digestion of its protein and reduces the harmful affect of its phytic acid. Like all soy products, tempeh contains plant hormones known as phytoestrogens, specifically called isoflavones." So, if you are worried about estrogen, tempeh is not the answer. Whether or not the soy-estrogen question is something to worry about is a different question.
When you reward whining, you get more whining.
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