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11-11-2017, 04:38 PM #436
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(11-10-2017, 05:14 PM)Ninelives Wrote:  This is BS...WOW Just WOW !!!

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Yeah, it's sad but they would be liable if someone was hospitalized or died from salmonella or E-coli poisoning - particularily the elderly and very young. And there is no way for Walmart to know if a young strong man or woman will be feeding it to an aged or very young person.

Quote:Morbidity and mortality in the elderly from infectious disease is far greater than in other populations. For instance, death rates for infectious diarrheal disease alone are five times higher in people over 74 years of age than in the next highest group, children under four years of age, and fifteen times higher than the rates seen in younger adults. Published studies attribute the elderly’s heightened risks, both of infection and mortality due to enteric infectious disease, to several factors: (1) the aging of the gastrointestinal tract (reduced gastric acidity/reduced gastric mobility); (2) a higher prevalence of underlying medical disorders (co-morbidity factors); and (3) malnutrition and a decline in the immune response that leaves the host less able to defend itself against infectious agents.

http://www.marlerblog.com/case-news/the-...outbreaks/
11-11-2017, 11:36 PM #437
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(11-11-2017, 01:35 AM)Octo Wrote:  Speaking of appetite...

We had rib eye steaks with rutabaga mash and salad...

İmage

Rutabaga mash?
I can has recipe? good.png
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11-11-2017, 11:38 PM #438
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The food hadn't expired yet, the ham was good for another three years. It would feed many, they could donate to a food bank to not be liable if the food hasn't yet reached expiration date
11-12-2017, 01:36 PM #439
Octo Mother Superior
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Don't know anything about liability laws in the US. I know one store here in town puts meats and such in the freezer on the expiration day if it's not sold at a discount. It's then donated to the local day center for the destitute where they run a café and serve food every day. Excess food can be picked up for free by anyone.

Anyhow, dinner last night was leftover rutabaga mash (now with added cheddar), grilled chicken, brussels sprouts and salad
11-12-2017, 07:46 PM #440
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Sounds better than my cold pizza. gaah.gif
11-12-2017, 09:34 PM #441
Octo Mother Superior
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I just baked this bread:

https://www.ketoconnect.net/recipe/best-keto-bread/

We're having burgers beercheer.gif
11-12-2017, 09:44 PM #442
Octo Mother Superior
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(11-11-2017, 11:36 PM)Meh Wrote:  
(11-11-2017, 01:35 AM)Octo Wrote:  Speaking of appetite...

We had rib eye steaks with rutabaga mash and salad...

İmage

Rutabaga mash?
I can has recipe? good.png

We don't have a recipe, we just wing it. If you know how to mash taters this should not be difficult.

1. Buy rutabaga. I got a 2 kilo bag for 99 cents. Peel it and cut it into cubes (just to shorten the cooking time). Remember a little goes a long way. A couple of rutabagas is at least 4 big servings.


2. Put the pieces in water. I throw some salt in there as well, a couple of tsp at least. Boil until soft. You can't overcook them so if you leave them in there to boil for an hour that's fine.

3. Drain the rutabaga. Whip out your electric beater. Add butter and salt, sour cream, heavy cream and whatever else you fancy. Garlic powder works well. Beat it like it stole from you. JR added onion grass to it also. Grind some black pepper over it and enjoy.
11-12-2017, 09:59 PM #443
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as to that vid & peeling:
^once you cut the ends off the rhutabaga-just use a potato peeler for the rest/much easier than the knife/faster & less awkward
..then use knife to cut up into chunks

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11-12-2017, 10:16 PM #444
Octo Mother Superior
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I find it easier to peel with a sharp knife than the potato peeler 13.gif
11-12-2017, 10:22 PM #445
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(11-12-2017, 10:16 PM)Octo Wrote:  I find it easier to peel with a sharp knife than the potato peeler  13.gif
could be the kind of potato peeler used

oldschool type is still the best

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11-12-2017, 11:15 PM #446
Octo Mother Superior
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Mine is plenty oldschool, but it cuts the peel too thin. Rutabagas as you know can be a bit bumpy so it goes quicker for me with a sharp knife.
11-12-2017, 11:23 PM #447
Octo Mother Superior
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speaking of oldschool...

https://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/D...in-the-Pot

Quote:Dopp i Gryta (Dip-in-the-Pot)

Instructions
Strain vegetables and other solids from reserved ham water. Pour the broth into a stockpot and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Add aromatics and let the mixture simmer uncovered for one hour, stirring occasionally until liquid is reduced; it should be rich and flavorful. Strain out the aromatics and serve the clear broth in a fondue pot or another serving vessel, accompanied by bread squares.

To eat, spear bread squares with fondue sticks or forks and dip in the liquid.


This is delicious and part of our Yule tradition as well, but here we dip rye bread and also skip fancy cutlery and use our hands.
11-13-2017, 08:36 AM #448
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Espresso. emo-daj.gif Tis early here.

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11-13-2017, 09:24 AM #449
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Mornin' JR

Espresso sounds good
but
no coffee for me..
..almost my Zzzzzzzzzzz......time

..saw your Tday list on other thread
..had been wondering if you did Thanksgiving over yonder there or not
& that answered that question.
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11-14-2017, 12:12 AM #450
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chuckle.gif Was always my fave holiday, love the turkey and dressing and pumpkin pie! Octo makes great from scratch pumpkin pie with almond flour crust... it's actually better than wheat. damned.gif + you can't get canned pumpkin here so we use butternut sqaush, and it's actually better than pumpkin. blink.gif what the heck?

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