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OINK

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  • Birthday 04/10/1957

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  1. unbelieveable. now I remember why I lost this bookmark lmao
  2. I can finger crochet. Just the same actions of looping and such, but just using the fingers. Of cource, the bigger your fingers are the bigger the loops will be.
  3. OINK

    Cough Syrup

    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Hard-Rock-Candy/Detail.aspx
  4. Yep. I use it. I use it instead of butter or margarine. I use it in some baking. Theres a website with recipes . I've noticed that my hair is more oily than normal, which compared to how dry and brittle it was, I'll take oily. I've started using it as a moisturizer lately. It soaks right in like a sponge.( at least on my dry skin) I don't know if it's the coconut oil or the diabetes medication, but I do have more energy and am starting to lose some weight.
  5. So, why don't you all list the Authors? Are others just suppose to guess? lol *shrugs*
  6. I use drywall mud buckets. I clean them well, rinse them in a bleach and water rinse. Dry and then I use mylar and oxy absorbs. The mylar and oxy absorbs are to keep light and air out of the foods. I would think that would include moisture. The buckets are just to keep anything from poking a hole in the mylar bags and to help stop or slow down critters like mice from getting in the food. Now, if you're going to just use the buckets without mylar bags, then you need to use food grade buckets. You could even use totes to store the food in mylar bags. Heat and light and moisture is t
  7. I just used organic pure grape juice. Came out fine
  8. I don't think it matters really. But, I'm sure that my answer will be pointed out as wrong. as usual. Why not try just a little of each and give them a taste test? I found some in smaller bags at a local Mennonite store that sells bulk foods. Good Luck
  9. funny how a whole week goes by with a national slant post is posted and nothing is said, but when I post a response something is said. yea. another reason why I rarely post. favoritism. it's ok tho. I get it. I'm not Mrs. material apparently. I'm just not in the clique. so high school people. the offending posts could have been moved to a thread and the members notified by PM.
  10. Ohhh, they exist alright, but you should do your own research and not just take my word for it. The problem is not about the 'known' ones, the Executive Order(s) authorizing them, etc., but rather the secret ones that people have discovered. As with any research in these disinformation issues, you often have to dig deep for the correct answers and not rely on what is being told to you by the governments (plural, because it is going on in almost every country and some countries are more open about it than the USA). And these internment/confinement camps are NOT for Katrina style moments,
  11. here. stop guessing and hear say. find out the truth http://www.earthtools.org/ I like using the hybrid map, myself. Once you find your place, use the height option on the left hand side to get the exact sea level for your place.
  12. when do the hearings begin? cha. right
  13. people will pay good money for fresh homemade breads and rolls. thats how my favorite Aunt made a living back in the 70's. she did good too, let me tell ya. as for the soap slivers, again let me say that I keep mine in a quart mason jar and add water to it and shake it. the soap melts and you can use it ( depending on type) to do delicates or just hand washing. it sorta turns into liquid soap, but more "gelly" than regular store bought liquid soap. I've been doing it for years and so did my mother and her mother. I keep it under the sink. I just shake it before I use it. I have o
  14. 5 pints cranberry sauce 8 jars strawberry jam
  15. got tired of people not finishing what they started. from a non writers view point, don't post it if it ain't finished. I don't bother anymore. waste of my time
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