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nomifyle

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Rationing:

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11.57 run time

Oh my goodness, how would we make it now what with our supersize eating. No wonder my relatives of yesteryear provided their own food by big gardens, raising beef and pork, etc. Their off spring around here are totally dependent on the grocery store, no gardens, no farm animals, etc.

Its no wonder that people weighed a lot less then than we do now.

And many people around here that live in the woods turn their noses up at wild game, would rather have the processed, God only knows what they are fed, crap from the grocery.

God is good all the time

Judy
 

Fake Shemp

Super Cool TB2K Member
True. For example, about 3 weeks ago, I went to a store that has live lobster. I got one. Cost me $50. I only got it because I hadn't had one for almost 2 years, so if you amortize it out, it's cheaper than burger... ;)
Sorry for the little drift.

Just curious if that was a warm or cold water lobster like we have here in NE. I just had a couple on Labor day. They were awesome!
 

Illini Warrior

Veteran Member
just more DNC election campaign dooming propaganda >>> if you can't stop or hinder the recovery - LIE ABOUT IT >>> be a DNC lackey and naive sheeple follower - don't just be a gullible believer - spread the lies also ....
 

ghost

Contributing Member
Rationing:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRTEuPjdYnw


11.57 run time

Oh my goodness, how would we make it now what with our supersize eating. No wonder my relatives of yesteryear provided their own food by big gardens, raising beef and pork, etc. Their off spring around here are totally dependent on the grocery store, no gardens, no farm animals, etc.

Its no wonder that people weighed a lot less then than we do now.

And many people around here that live in the woods turn their noses up at wild game, would rather have the processed, God only knows what they are fed, crap from the grocery.

God is good all the time

Judy
Tell them to move out of the woods and move closer to a grocery store nearby, problem solved?
 

WalknTrot

Veteran Member
I have actual frozen eggs. Crack those suckers into a muffin tin, place it into freezer, pop them out quickly into freezer bags.
Yes, I always freeze eggs when the hens are going nuts, too. I've kept a layer flock since I was a ten year old 4H kid, but you never know. Have also had predators try to take out the flock a few times over the years - bears, wolves (a few weeks ago), fox, bobcat, coyote. That's why I still keep LTS dried eggs in the pantry.
 

WalknTrot

Veteran Member
Great idea! Can they be used like a regular egg after defrosted?
I do. To freeze, you need to stir up the white with the yolk...break up the yolks good, then add a little sugar OR salt to the mixture to keep the yolk from getting tough - coagulating. (Label the container). Otherwise - defrost and ya have scrambled eggs - use same as fresh for eating or baking.
 

WalknTrot

Veteran Member
Look at using pickling lime or waterglass to store them. They will keep for months.
They keep for many months just stored in the refrigerator. I always load up on fresh right before the hens quit about the first of November. The eggs I've saved last a good three months with no discernible change in quality. The old girls usually get back to work about March 1st.
 

Troke

TB Fanatic
There will not be rationing. Instead there will be Allocation of Scarce Resources. Rationing implies a shortage. Allocation implies that needs will be met satisfactorily, that there really is no shortage.

Baring civic collapse so the trucks run only under police protection, power will be the first one rationed. Note the savage resistance to increasing power production. As power plants are closed due to global warning restrictions, increasingly scarce power will be allocated to only social useful activities. As I have ranted many times, production of guns and ammo will not be one of those activities.
 
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