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The hens scratching around on the property could help rehabilitate and fertilize the soil too, in the aftertime.
A gradual process but seems it should really help...
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Barb, That same brand of grits is available with an organic label (non-GMO).  A quick, nutritious meal can be made by cooking up a cup of grits, letting butter melt on top, and dumping an over-easy (runny yolk) egg on top and stirring it in, with some sea salt of course!  It makes a nice meal in a mug.  In a survival situation without eggs, egg powder could be substituted for extra protein.  I hope everyone considers keeping one hen per family member, which should provide everyone in the family roughly an egg per day for at least a few years.  There should be ample decomposition insects available for them to forage on in the aftertime :)



RR, thanks! That's a great find!
That recipe sounds so good and so filling! I hadn't thought of doing that...will try it...
Totally agree such a good idea to keep hens...
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Videos / Re: You Tube videos with survival info, miscellaneous
« Last post by Yowbarb on November 17, 2017, 09:29:07 PM »
Barb, I watched several of his videos today, and appreciated them.  He has things very well thought-out!

He seems to be a good man. Wouldn't mind him being my neighbor or part of a survival group...
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Meals That Heal / Re: quantities of miso
« Last post by Yowbarb on November 17, 2017, 09:23:56 PM »
I recommend getting a decent sized stash of miso, the containers which are about 12 oz or larger, from which you just scoop out what you need.
Miso comes in sturdy soft plastic containers or round hard plastic or cardboard containers.
Perhaps one should forgoe western ignorance and take a more Japanese stance on miso...
Miso and rice [hey, why not add tahini?] make an excellent combo; way better than rice alone. Therefore, while so many 'preppers' are stashing tons of rice, why not get yourself a decent barrel of miso?
Should be much cheaper than buying by the oz...

All the miso recipes use tahini in them, at least any that I have seen or cooked.
All the ones posted here have tahini mixed in with the miso, as the basic for soup, gravy, sandwich spread, etc.
Craving it now...
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Meals That Heal / Re: quantities of miso
« Last post by Yowbarb on November 17, 2017, 09:22:54 PM »
I recommend getting a decent sized stash of miso, the containers which are about 12 oz or larger, from which you just scoop out what you need.
Miso comes in sturdy soft plastic containers or round hard plastic or cardboard containers.
Perhaps one should forgoe western ignorance and take a more Japanese stance on miso...
Miso and rice [hey, why not add tahini?] make an excellent combo; way better than rice alone. Therefore, while so many 'preppers' are stashing tons of rice, why not get yourself a decent barrel of miso?
Should be much cheaper than buying by the oz...

I agree a barrel would be much better... I had posted about that awhile ago...
I needed to post a source...
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News / Humor
« Last post by R.R. Book on November 17, 2017, 05:28:00 PM »
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News / Humor
« Last post by R.R. Book on November 17, 2017, 05:22:10 PM »
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News / Humor
« Last post by R.R. Book on November 17, 2017, 05:21:12 PM »
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Post It All And Let Blog Sort It Out / Re: Positive News / Humor
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