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Old 02-28-2014, 11:08 AM   #757
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sounds great...maybe we should start a new heathy eating thread so others herre don't have to weed thru our posts,, I did that-

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f483...ml#post1421354

I do drink coffee though And I eat healthy fats...coconut oil and olive oil and grass fed butter
Yes!

Much more appropriate place for all this.


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Old 02-28-2014, 04:02 PM   #758
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Roadrunner can you give (Sandlapper and Big Hooter) us an assist with this diet issue?

The possums are starting to move around down here in the Tar Heel state, but most of them are really fat? But I have been reading the thread and everything I like is bad for me? I am concerned about the air we breath since it was in China just five days ago. I guess it is time for me to fly back into my nest tree?

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Old 02-28-2014, 05:22 PM   #759
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Hooter and John...I'm afraid I can't be of much help. We eat groundhogs up here and they have a high level of fat. But put them in a pan with some potatoes and beans...um um. Since you'll be our neighbor...I'll be sure to fry some up...just follow your nose!

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Old 02-28-2014, 06:54 PM   #760
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Let's see here......

stewed possum

fried fish

bacon, sausage, eggs,

pies, cakes

specialty beer

single malt

Wilkes county spring water

and.....Rita


sounds good to me. Everything is good in moderation.

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I have been eating squirrels lately,,very tasty. You put em on a stick and roast over the fire.
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Old 03-01-2014, 06:58 PM   #762
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One of our fellow forum members upgraded his air conditioner, and asked me to see if I could find anybody that could use his old one. It's a Carrier Air V, 13,500 btu, without heat. He'd probably be happy to get a hundred bucks for it, and I can bring it along with me when we come down on the 29th. It works great, he is just going with a 15K heat pump.
He also has a couple of rebuilt roof vents and a Fantastic vent from his upgrade, if anybody needs them, he'd let them go pretty cheap as well.

Now, does anybody have any requests for any kind of seminars that we can do, or any tips they would like demonstrated? I'm one of those people that feels guilty unless I sing for my supper.
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I have been eating squirrels lately,,very tasty. You put em on a stick and roast over the fire.
I hear they're high in cholesterol.
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Well, maybe not a seminar. BUT I would love some pointers on- removing a newer fridge to replace it with a restored vintage one, how I will be able to patch my floor by the door, and what the steps are to remove my bathroom to get two roof segments repalced, and the rearmost floor. I'm not looking for more than advice from someone who has done it before. John
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Is there any furnace preventive maintenance? We have rarely needed to use the furnace but wondered if there is pm needed that owner could do.
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Hey Alan, when you cook squirrel, do you leave the head on?
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One of our fellow forum members upgraded his air conditioner, and asked me to see if I could find anybody that could use his old one. It's a Carrier Air V, 13,500 btu, without heat. He'd probably be happy to get a hundred bucks for it, and I can bring it along with me when we come down on the 29th. It works great, he is just going with a 15K heat pump.
He also has a couple of rebuilt roof vents and a Fantastic vent from his upgrade, if anybody needs them, he'd let them go pretty cheap as well.
PM sent on the AC, could you bring the vents with you for us to look at, too?
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Now, does anybody have any requests for any kind of seminars that we can do, or any tips they would like demonstrated? I'm one of those people that feels guilty unless I sing for my supper.
Oh, Terry.

It's okay just to relax and visit with folks, ya know.

I'm sure there will be tons of folks, many who have not yet met you, who will be tapping your immense expertise on all things AS informally at this rally.

I would ask you to demonstrate how to clean a Fantastic Fan .....except we now have a brand-new one, all shiny and bright, courtesy of Fantastic Fan. The motor went out, we called them and they sent a new one. Cost of shipping, only. Such greats folks there.

Time is getting close!


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Hey Alan, when you cook squirrel, do you leave the head on?
I hear brains are full of nutrition. Had an aunt in MS who used to spoon the brains out of fried chicken heads. A true story. My grandma had chickens in a pen in the backyard. Would wring their little necks and butcher them to fry up on sundays.


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The whole-wheat version, with 1/2 cup cooked steel-cut oats & quinoa. Wheat bran on the outside.

Was researching something the other day and saw a comment from a person who made a 100% whole wheat bread, with the added wheat gluten. Her report was a loaf that was light and airy, unlike most which are quite dense...too dense for me.

Might have to try that, but don't know that I will do that for the first time with charcoal, as a longer baking time might prove challenging.

FWIW, anyone who didn't want to use the 3 tsp of vital wheat gluten in my recipe could leave it out.

It is the commonly occurring protein found in bread, as I understand it. It makes a better, lighter loaf, which keeps better over 3-4 days.

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