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>>>>Sustainable Living PLUS Canning and Dehydrating Food<<<<

 
Nine's

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Woof woof. Woof owwwwwwwwwl, arrooooooooo. Meowwww. Purrrrrr. LOL!!!
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I am either missing an inside joke, or you two have lost your damn minds! LOL
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It was code for "let's ship Flav a beagle and a kitten. We might have lost our minds, but we're still thoughtful. grinning
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I can kick in a tortoise...
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Awww, Flav is probably overwhelmed by our generosity. But a tortoise might live longer than....never mind. Very generous. A pet that will last a lifetime...and beyond. rockon
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Oh hell NO!!! I dont want anymore damn animals.

Pinkie is safe till Feb, I think. Heres the problem, he wasnt castrated, but I have been reading that its not an issue if they are out to pasture and not around females, that it doesnt taint the meat.

Dont know if getting him to the slaughter house would stress him and taint the meat, and we sure as hell dont know how to do it, nor do I want to.
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Uh oh. Not castrated huh? Don't you have that reversed, about not being around a female? Seems I've heard they need a female and at least 2 or 3 litters to make them taste good. Use up all that sperm so it's not floatin' around in the meat, ya know?

Well, cancel the pets guys. Flav has a long lifer and his descendants there. It's all good Flav. Pinkie will be a fine pet. No one wants skanky meat anyway. All the lovin' toe steppin' mud flinging and grateful oinks will reward you. Way ta go Pinkie!! Goofy Thum
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I am either missing an inside joke, or you two have lost your damn minds! LOL
 Quoting: Southern OR


It was code for "let's ship Flav a beagle and a kitten. We might have lost our minds, but we're still thoughtful. grinning
 Quoting: Nine's


I can kick in a tortoise...
 Quoting: Southern OR


Awww, Flav is probably overwhelmed by our generosity. But a tortoise might live longer than....never mind. Very generous. A pet that will last a lifetime...and beyond. rockon
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Ya, seems the kids bring home pets and then somehow they become mine. I figure I will be leaving the tortoise to a future grandchild!
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It was code for "let's ship Flav a beagle and a kitten. We might have lost our minds, but we're still thoughtful. grinning
 Quoting: Nine's


I can kick in a tortoise...
 Quoting: Southern OR


Awww, Flav is probably overwhelmed by our generosity. But a tortoise might live longer than....never mind. Very generous. A pet that will last a lifetime...and beyond. rockon
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Ya, seems the kids bring home pets and then somehow they become mine. I figure I will be leaving the tortoise to a future grandchild!
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HAHAHA!! For sure. Send 'em right back to the kids. lol
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Just had to stop in and say "Hello" to everyone! The terrible two's are wearing me out! I'll trade you the pets for a toddler for just a week!
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It's a DEAL Mama!! LOL.

Sure do remember those two's. Lordy. So long ago. Now it's easy to look back and smile. Had to use the bathroom one day and figured it was a good time because ds was playing with his hot wheels and making enough noise that I'd know where he was. It would only take a minute.

Remember that day vividly. I heard him say, "hot truck, HOT truck," followed by his little feet running across the floor. I hurried out, zipping on the way, to find him with a stick poking a burning hot wheel under the furniture to hide it. He'd put it on the stove burner where it caught fire. He didn't know what to do, so the logical thing was to get it out of sight.

I can laugh now but will never forget the horror of it. LOL.

It'll get better Mama. They grow soooo fast. Hope you're getting a break now that school is back in session. Is she doing ok there, or giving them a run for their money? LOL.

If it's any comfort, it seems to be the highly intelligent ones that keep us hopping.
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It's a DEAL Mama!! LOL.

Sure do remember those two's. Lordy. So long ago. Now it's easy to look back and smile. Had to use the bathroom one day and figured it was a good time because ds was playing with his hot wheels and making enough noise that I'd know where he was. It would only take a minute.

Remember that day vividly. I heard him say, "hot truck, HOT truck," followed by his little feet running across the floor. I hurried out, zipping on the way, to find him with a stick poking a burning hot wheel under the furniture to hide it. He'd put it on the stove burner where it caught fire. He didn't know what to do, so the logical thing was to get it out of sight.

I can laugh now but will never forget the horror of it. LOL.

It'll get better Mama. They grow soooo fast. Hope you're getting a break now that school is back in session. Is she doing ok there, or giving them a run for their money? LOL.

If it's any comfort, it seems to be the highly intelligent ones that keep us hopping.
 Quoting: Nine's


Now that is a dangerously cute story! At least he told you! Thank you for sharing that!

My little one does not like going to preschool. She would rather stay home with Mama.
The other 2 had no problems seperating and loved it. She cries the hour before school and I have to force the poor child in the door. The teachers tell me she engages very quickly and seems to have fun once I leave. She then cries her heart out when she see's me at pick up time.

I had to take her to the dr yesterday because she could not put any weight on her right leg. She knew she was to go to school that day. As I got her dressed, she could not stand. I thought her leg was asleep, so I carried her to the car. We went to the bakery first and she still could not put weight on it. So of course I decided we needed to not go to school and go to the dr. instead. I carried her into the dr and she limped around for them to see when we got there. The dr. did an exam and made her walk the halls. She was miraculously cured!!!! She walked right on out of there no problem!

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Copay for leg $35.00
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at the age of 2
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It's a DEAL Mama!! LOL.

Sure do remember those two's. Lordy. So long ago. Now it's easy to look back and smile. Had to use the bathroom one day and figured it was a good time because ds was playing with his hot wheels and making enough noise that I'd know where he was. It would only take a minute.

Remember that day vividly. I heard him say, "hot truck, HOT truck," followed by his little feet running across the floor. I hurried out, zipping on the way, to find him with a stick poking a burning hot wheel under the furniture to hide it. He'd put it on the stove burner where it caught fire. He didn't know what to do, so the logical thing was to get it out of sight.

I can laugh now but will never forget the horror of it. LOL.

It'll get better Mama. They grow soooo fast. Hope you're getting a break now that school is back in session. Is she doing ok there, or giving them a run for their money? LOL.

If it's any comfort, it seems to be the highly intelligent ones that keep us hopping.
 Quoting: Nine's


Now that is a dangerously cute story! At least he told you! Thank you for sharing that!

My little one does not like going to preschool. She would rather stay home with Mama.
The other 2 had no problems seperating and loved it. She cries the hour before school and I have to force the poor child in the door. The teachers tell me she engages very quickly and seems to have fun once I leave. She then cries her heart out when she see's me at pick up time.

I had to take her to the dr yesterday because she could not put any weight on her right leg. She knew she was to go to school that day. As I got her dressed, she could not stand. I thought her leg was asleep, so I carried her to the car. We went to the bakery first and she still could not put weight on it. So of course I decided we needed to not go to school and go to the dr. instead. I carried her into the dr and she limped around for them to see when we got there. The dr. did an exam and made her walk the halls. She was miraculously cured!!!! She walked right on out of there no problem!

Cookies for breakfast .88Cents
Copay for leg $35.00
Not having to go to school for "hurt leg" PRICELESS
at the age of 2
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


Like Nines said they are the bright ones that keep you hoppin. Just wait till shes a teenager. screw the screens shut now!
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I think were gonna have pinkie castrated next week or the week after. The vet puts them down to do it so I dont feel so bad.

I have read on of all things a pig forum, that pasture pigs that are male dont need castration to taste good as long as theyre not near a female for the last two months.

They do get tainted if they are penned. I am not sure what to believe and as much as I hate choppin off the nuts of anything, I think we should just to be safe. Pinkie does run the pasture now and he loves it.
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It's a DEAL Mama!! LOL.

Sure do remember those two's. Lordy. So long ago. Now it's easy to look back and smile. Had to use the bathroom one day and figured it was a good time because ds was playing with his hot wheels and making enough noise that I'd know where he was. It would only take a minute.

Remember that day vividly. I heard him say, "hot truck, HOT truck," followed by his little feet running across the floor. I hurried out, zipping on the way, to find him with a stick poking a burning hot wheel under the furniture to hide it. He'd put it on the stove burner where it caught fire. He didn't know what to do, so the logical thing was to get it out of sight.

I can laugh now but will never forget the horror of it. LOL.

It'll get better Mama. They grow soooo fast. Hope you're getting a break now that school is back in session. Is she doing ok there, or giving them a run for their money? LOL.

If it's any comfort, it seems to be the highly intelligent ones that keep us hopping.
 Quoting: Nine's


Now that is a dangerously cute story! At least he told you! Thank you for sharing that!

My little one does not like going to preschool. She would rather stay home with Mama.
The other 2 had no problems seperating and loved it. She cries the hour before school and I have to force the poor child in the door. The teachers tell me she engages very quickly and seems to have fun once I leave. She then cries her heart out when she see's me at pick up time.

I had to take her to the dr yesterday because she could not put any weight on her right leg. She knew she was to go to school that day. As I got her dressed, she could not stand. I thought her leg was asleep, so I carried her to the car. We went to the bakery first and she still could not put weight on it. So of course I decided we needed to not go to school and go to the dr. instead. I carried her into the dr and she limped around for them to see when we got there. The dr. did an exam and made her walk the halls. She was miraculously cured!!!! She walked right on out of there no problem!

Cookies for breakfast .88Cents
Copay for leg $35.00
Not having to go to school for "hurt leg" PRICELESS
at the age of 2
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened

Awww, Mama, that has to be so heartbreaking having her cry for you. It sure is a testament to your parenting that she'd rather be with you. It's sad that you have to leave with her crying. Bet that put a damper on your days at the beginning.

That was so adorable about her leg. Now just how smart is that, to figure something like that at such a young age!! That's some pretty advanced thinking there. I hope you guys both had a good day after her leg healed up.

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I think were gonna have pinkie castrated next week or the week after. The vet puts them down to do it so I dont feel so bad.

I have read on of all things a pig forum, that pasture pigs that are male dont need castration to taste good as long as theyre not near a female for the last two months.

They do get tainted if they are penned. I am not sure what to believe and as much as I hate choppin off the nuts of anything, I think we should just to be safe. Pinkie does run the pasture now and he loves it.
 Quoting: flavapor


You'll probably end up very happy that you had it done Flav. I buy grass fed organic beef and bison for pupster and myself, and had part of a pig from the same place. Have never had anything bad from there, but I couldn't eat that pig. It tasted hmm, gamey for some parts of it. Can't remember which parts now, but I wondered if he'd been gelded. Kinda doubt it. It ended up that I gave it all away. The ones I gave it to all thought it was fine...but it wasn't. LOL.

Don't forget to ask the vet how long before the meds he uses are out of his system. You wouldn't want to send him off and find out he still had it in his system. I'm sure you've already thought of that though. 8) It's really sweet of you to have him put to sleep to have it done.
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I think were gonna have pinkie castrated next week or the week after. The vet puts them down to do it so I dont feel so bad.

I have read on of all things a pig forum, that pasture pigs that are male dont need castration to taste good as long as theyre not near a female for the last two months.

They do get tainted if they are penned. I am not sure what to believe and as much as I hate choppin off the nuts of anything, I think we should just to be safe. Pinkie does run the pasture now and he loves it.
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You'll probably end up very happy that you had it done Flav. I buy grass fed organic beef and bison for pupster and myself, and had part of a pig from the same place. Have never had anything bad from there, but I couldn't eat that pig. It tasted hmm, gamey for some parts of it. Can't remember which parts now, but I wondered if he'd been gelded. Kinda doubt it. It ended up that I gave it all away. The ones I gave it to all thought it was fine...but it wasn't. LOL.

Don't forget to ask the vet how long before the meds he uses are out of his system. You wouldn't want to send him off and find out he still had it in his system. I'm sure you've already thought of that though. 8) It's really sweet of you to have him put to sleep to have it done.
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I shall never look at bacon the same way...lol. I had no idea you had to castrate the males for the meat to taste better. Poor, poor Pinkie!
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I know SO. I can think of several men that I would prefer to have castrated than pinkie.

I cant imagine NOT putting him down to do it. I mean its bad enough he doesnt even get a yr of his life before he becomes dinner, to whack off his nuts without him being asleep just seems so cruel
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It's a DEAL Mama!! LOL.

Sure do remember those two's. Lordy. So long ago. Now it's easy to look back and smile. Had to use the bathroom one day and figured it was a good time because ds was playing with his hot wheels and making enough noise that I'd know where he was. It would only take a minute.

Remember that day vividly. I heard him say, "hot truck, HOT truck," followed by his little feet running across the floor. I hurried out, zipping on the way, to find him with a stick poking a burning hot wheel under the furniture to hide it. He'd put it on the stove burner where it caught fire. He didn't know what to do, so the logical thing was to get it out of sight.

I can laugh now but will never forget the horror of it. LOL.

It'll get better Mama. They grow soooo fast. Hope you're getting a break now that school is back in session. Is she doing ok there, or giving them a run for their money? LOL.

If it's any comfort, it seems to be the highly intelligent ones that keep us hopping.
 Quoting: Nine's


Now that is a dangerously cute story! At least he told you! Thank you for sharing that!

My little one does not like going to preschool. She would rather stay home with Mama.
The other 2 had no problems seperating and loved it. She cries the hour before school and I have to force the poor child in the door. The teachers tell me she engages very quickly and seems to have fun once I leave. She then cries her heart out when she see's me at pick up time.

I had to take her to the dr yesterday because she could not put any weight on her right leg. She knew she was to go to school that day. As I got her dressed, she could not stand. I thought her leg was asleep, so I carried her to the car. We went to the bakery first and she still could not put weight on it. So of course I decided we needed to not go to school and go to the dr. instead. I carried her into the dr and she limped around for them to see when we got there. The dr. did an exam and made her walk the halls. She was miraculously cured!!!! She walked right on out of there no problem!

Cookies for breakfast .88Cents
Copay for leg $35.00
Not having to go to school for "hurt leg" PRICELESS
at the age of 2
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


Like Nines said they are the bright ones that keep you hoppin. Just wait till shes a teenager. screw the screens shut now!
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chuckle

I know, right? We tell our kids that we created all those moves already and better think twice about doing it.
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It's a DEAL Mama!! LOL.

Sure do remember those two's. Lordy. So long ago. Now it's easy to look back and smile. Had to use the bathroom one day and figured it was a good time because ds was playing with his hot wheels and making enough noise that I'd know where he was. It would only take a minute.

Remember that day vividly. I heard him say, "hot truck, HOT truck," followed by his little feet running across the floor. I hurried out, zipping on the way, to find him with a stick poking a burning hot wheel under the furniture to hide it. He'd put it on the stove burner where it caught fire. He didn't know what to do, so the logical thing was to get it out of sight.

I can laugh now but will never forget the horror of it. LOL.

It'll get better Mama. They grow soooo fast. Hope you're getting a break now that school is back in session. Is she doing ok there, or giving them a run for their money? LOL.

If it's any comfort, it seems to be the highly intelligent ones that keep us hopping.
 Quoting: Nine's


Now that is a dangerously cute story! At least he told you! Thank you for sharing that!

My little one does not like going to preschool. She would rather stay home with Mama.
The other 2 had no problems seperating and loved it. She cries the hour before school and I have to force the poor child in the door. The teachers tell me she engages very quickly and seems to have fun once I leave. She then cries her heart out when she see's me at pick up time.

I had to take her to the dr yesterday because she could not put any weight on her right leg. She knew she was to go to school that day. As I got her dressed, she could not stand. I thought her leg was asleep, so I carried her to the car. We went to the bakery first and she still could not put weight on it. So of course I decided we needed to not go to school and go to the dr. instead. I carried her into the dr and she limped around for them to see when we got there. The dr. did an exam and made her walk the halls. She was miraculously cured!!!! She walked right on out of there no problem!

Cookies for breakfast .88Cents
Copay for leg $35.00
Not having to go to school for "hurt leg" PRICELESS
at the age of 2
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened

Awww, Mama, that has to be so heartbreaking having her cry for you. It sure is a testament to your parenting that she'd rather be with you. It's sad that you have to leave with her crying. Bet that put a damper on your days at the beginning.

That was so adorable about her leg. Now just how smart is that, to figure something like that at such a young age!! That's some pretty advanced thinking there. I hope you guys both had a good day after her leg healed up.

princesss
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Oh yes it did! Had my own 2.5 hours planned out. Of course, no one in this house ever wants to give me alone time!
Guess who is going to school today no matter what!!!!
Wish me luck!
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I think were gonna have pinkie castrated next week or the week after. The vet puts them down to do it so I dont feel so bad.

I have read on of all things a pig forum, that pasture pigs that are male dont need castration to taste good as long as theyre not near a female for the last two months.

They do get tainted if they are penned. I am not sure what to believe and as much as I hate choppin off the nuts of anything, I think we should just to be safe. Pinkie does run the pasture now and he loves it.
 Quoting: flavapor


You'll probably end up very happy that you had it done Flav. I buy grass fed organic beef and bison for pupster and myself, and had part of a pig from the same place. Have never had anything bad from there, but I couldn't eat that pig. It tasted hmm, gamey for some parts of it. Can't remember which parts now, but I wondered if he'd been gelded. Kinda doubt it. It ended up that I gave it all away. The ones I gave it to all thought it was fine...but it wasn't. LOL.

Don't forget to ask the vet how long before the meds he uses are out of his system. You wouldn't want to send him off and find out he still had it in his system. I'm sure you've already thought of that though. 8) It's really sweet of you to have him put to sleep to have it done.
 Quoting: Nine's


I shall never look at bacon the same way...lol. I had no idea you had to castrate the males for the meat to taste better. Poor, poor Pinkie!
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Me neither SO!
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I know SO. I can think of several men that I would prefer to have castrated than pinkie.

I cant imagine NOT putting him down to do it. I mean its bad enough he doesnt even get a yr of his life before he becomes dinner, to whack off his nuts without him being asleep just seems so cruel
 Quoting: flavapor


I have had the same best friend since we were 9 years old. She was a FFA kid, had horses and raised sheep for fair. They would geld the sheep themselves using rubber bands! They just twisted the rubber bands on really tight and left them on until the balls fell off. That was quite an eye opener for me when I was young.
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Oh yes it did! Had my own 2.5 hours planned out. Of course, no one in this house ever wants to give me alone time!
Guess who is going to school today no matter what!!!!
Wish me luck!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


LOL. My heart goes out to you Mama. That alone time seems to be on a sacred alter that is doled out to everyone except you. At the time, it's real hard to believe that the day will come when you have too much alone time. Hope you had good luck in getting her to school today. Maybe she'll soon adapt and look forward to going. I hope for your sake and sanity. Kissyblow
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I know SO. I can think of several men that I would prefer to have castrated than pinkie.

I cant imagine NOT putting him down to do it. I mean its bad enough he doesnt even get a yr of his life before he becomes dinner, to whack off his nuts without him being asleep just seems so cruel
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I have had the same best friend since we were 9 years old. She was a FFA kid, had horses and raised sheep for fair. They would geld the sheep themselves using rubber bands! They just twisted the rubber bands on really tight and left them on until the balls fell off. That was quite an eye opener for me when I was young.
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Farmers have a regular device for it. Snip. Done. UGH. Makes me feel weak just thinking about it.
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I know SO. I can think of several men that I would prefer to have castrated than pinkie.

I cant imagine NOT putting him down to do it. I mean its bad enough he doesnt even get a yr of his life before he becomes dinner, to whack off his nuts without him being asleep just seems so cruel
 Quoting: flavapor


I have had the same best friend since we were 9 years old. She was a FFA kid, had horses and raised sheep for fair. They would geld the sheep themselves using rubber bands! They just twisted the rubber bands on really tight and left them on until the balls fell off. That was quite an eye opener for me when I was young.
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Farmers have a regular device for it. Snip. Done. UGH. Makes me feel weak just thinking about it.
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I bet it looks something like a melon baller! Now I will never eat melon balls again!
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I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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LOL, SO. Not the ones I've seen. Here's a page of them if you're interested. Yeah,right. LOL.

[link to www.jefferslivestock.com]
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LOL, SO. Not the ones I've seen. Here's a page of them if you're interested. Yeah,right. LOL.

[link to www.jefferslivestock.com]
 Quoting: Nine's


Thank goodness they look different, I like melon balls...LOL
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lol Yes, your balls are safe.

Not going to read Flav's dinner and recipe thread for a while. She might come up with a delicacy. Isn't that what they call mountain oysters? tdown
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lol Yes, your balls are safe.

Not going to read Flav's dinner and recipe thread for a while. She might come up with a delicacy. Isn't that what they call mountain oysters? tdown
 Quoting: Nine's


LOL, yes those are the rocky mountain oysters. Not on my menu.
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Mine either! yak
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Mine either! yak
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I will only eat guts if they are livers or gizzards, and I'm pretty picky about how they are prepared. I have had tongue (in mexican soup) and intestines (fried with seasoning) that were good, but would not make it a regular part of my diet.
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lol Yes, your balls are safe.

Not going to read Flav's dinner and recipe thread for a while. She might come up with a delicacy. Isn't that what they call mountain oysters? tdown
 Quoting: Nine's


LOL, yes those are the rocky mountain oysters. Not on my menu.
 Quoting: Southern OR


Haha! Reminds me of Lamb Fries from the movie Funny Farm with Chevy Chase!
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pigchef
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yes, you can can bacon. see above. pottygnom
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bacon is one of the easiest to prepare! esp. in the pressure cooker
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Mine either! yak
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I will only eat guts if they are livers or gizzards, and I'm pretty picky about how they are prepared. I have had tongue (in mexican soup) and intestines (fried with seasoning) that were good, but would not make it a regular part of my diet.
 Quoting: Southern OR


I'm with you. Like liver and gizzards, and haven't knowingly eaten tongue, but since I hung out at my grandma's as much as I could when young, there's a real good chance I've had it. LOL.
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lol Yes, your balls are safe.

Not going to read Flav's dinner and recipe thread for a while. She might come up with a delicacy. Isn't that what they call mountain oysters? tdown
 Quoting: Nine's


LOL, yes those are the rocky mountain oysters. Not on my menu.
 Quoting: Southern OR


Haha! Reminds me of Lamb Fries from the movie Funny Farm with Chevy Chase!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


rofl Yes! Was thinking of that when we were discussing it. That's an old movie. Couldn't remember the movie and was thinking it was John Candy but it didn't seem right. It was Chevy Chase......but Funny Farm doesn't sound right. Arrrgh. Was it Funny Farm? I thought there were kids in it. Oh well. LOL.