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Comments (0) | Sunday, January 15, 2017

foodguyjohn <mamounjo@gmail.com>: Jan 15 06:34PM -0800

Spinach Beef Salmon Stew
 
This stew is nutritionally designed to be highly digestible, with a complete range of essential amino acids, and is especially useful for providing brain energy by allowing the brain to replenish neuro-transmitters. The emphasis is on minimal boiling of the meat to preserve vitamins and because boiled meat is less full of carcinogens compared to baked or grilled meat. Other ingredients are added after meat has been boiled and heat has been turned off, which reduces heat damage to the nutrients in the other ingredients. Vinegar as an ingredient helps to pre-digest the meat while in the saucepan, increasing the nutrition availability of the meat and reducing the body's burden to digest the food. Yogurt with live cultures, mixed throughout the stew, also aids in digestion and helps to replenish the digestive tract with good bacteria. Eat with a multi-vitamin pill. There is no salt or sugar in this stew. This stew requires 10-15 minutes easy preparation time for those with little time to cook. Serves 1-2.
 
Ingredients:
 
2 all-beef hamburger patties (fresh or frozen)
1/4-1/2 pound of salmon (fresh or frozen)
3 cups water
1/4 cup white vinegar
10 ounces frozen spinach
 
2 tablespoons pepper
1/4 cup plain yogurt with active yogurt cultures
1/4 cup pasta sauce
1/4 cup whey protein
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
 
Directions:
 
Combine water, white vinegar, beef and salmon in a saucepan and boil until cooked. Turn off heat. Add in frozen spinach and wait until spinach cools down the boiled meat. Then add apple cider vinegar, pepper, pasta sauce, yogurt, and whey protein. Mix thoroughly and serve.
Roy <wilagro@outlook.com>: Jan 15 07:33PM -0800

On Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 7:34:41 PM UTC-7, foodguyjohn wrote:
> 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
 
> Directions:
 
> Combine water, white vinegar, beef and salmon in a saucepan and boil until cooked. Turn off heat. Add in frozen spinach and wait until spinach cools down the boiled meat. Then add apple cider vinegar, pepper, pasta sauce, yogurt, and whey protein. Mix thoroughly and serve.
 
I'll pass thanks...I see no mention of salt...hmmm.
Boiled ground beef...hmmm. No thanks.
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"itsjoannotjoann@webtv.net" <itsjoannotjoann@webtv.net>: Jan 15 08:12PM -0800

On Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 8:34:41 PM UTC-6, foodguyjohn wrote:
> 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
 
> Directions:
 
> Combine water, white vinegar, beef and salmon in a saucepan and boil until cooked. Turn off heat. Add in frozen spinach and wait until spinach cools down the boiled meat. Then add apple cider vinegar, pepper, pasta sauce, yogurt, and whey protein. Mix thoroughly and serve.
 
That conjures up a bowl of vomit. Ewwwwwwwww, nasty
sounding recipe.
Jeßus <j@j.org>: Jan 16 04:01PM +1100

On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 18:34:35 -0800 (PST), foodguyjohn
>1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
 
>Directions:
 
>Combine water, white vinegar, beef and salmon in a saucepan and boil until cooked. Turn off heat. Add in frozen spinach and wait until spinach cools down the boiled meat. Then add apple cider vinegar, pepper, pasta sauce, yogurt, and whey protein. Mix thoroughly and serve.
 
Oh, sure. Who wouldn't want to eat that? <roll eyes> :)
Dave Smith <adavid.smith@sympatico.ca>: Jan 15 09:00PM -0500

Prime rib steaks cooked on a grill pan, steamed asparagus and a mixed
greens salad with avocado, grated blue cheese and blue cheese dressing.
 
Dessert was a cherry clafouti based on Julia child's recipe, but with a
few changes. I had less cherries than called form and I made it in an
8x8 pan instead of the flan dish she claims to use. I did not bother
with the 1/4 inch of batter to cook for a while before adding the
cherries and the rest of the batter. This was the best clafouti I have
done. Sadly, it still falls short of the clafouti I had in Paris and in
Reims. That stuff was more than 2" high and had a smooth texture throughout.
Sqwerts <feel@my.dick>: Jan 15 09:49PM -0700

On 1/15/2017 9:28 PM, Sqwertz wrote:
> I've never heard of anyone grating blue cheese.
 
> -sw
 
How many women have you stalked off here?
Jeßus <j@j.org>: Jan 16 03:59PM +1100

On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 21:00:06 -0500, Dave Smith
 
>Prime rib steaks cooked on a grill pan, steamed asparagus and a mixed
>greens salad with avocado, grated blue cheese and blue cheese dressing.
 
Nice.
 
>cherries and the rest of the batter. This was the best clafouti I have
>done. Sadly, it still falls short of the clafouti I had in Paris and in
>Reims. That stuff was more than 2" high and had a smooth texture throughout.
 
Also nice :) I had a cherry smoothie for lunch today.
 
For dinner tonight I have some fresh scallops. I don't have any firm
plans for them yet but I'll probably involve things like lemon grass,
kaffir lime, coconut, chili etc. Plus some plain basmati, also either
a salad or some steamed veggies.
dsi1 <dsi100@yahoo.com>: Jan 15 03:09PM -0800

On Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 11:56:32 AM UTC-10, Sqwerts wrote:
 
> >> I guess anger is not natural response for me.
 
> > LOL. It certainly is when you perceive yourself losing face.
 
> AS often as you do, well...
 
These people don't understand the concept so it's just great that they go on blathering about it. It is my fond wish that they do not stop. The President understood the concept and it was a hallmark of his first term. Not so much the second term though. :)
U.S. Janet B. <JB@nospam.com>: Jan 15 04:25PM -0700

On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 13:34:23 -0800 (PST), dsi1 <dsi100@yahoo.com>
wrote:
 
 
>> Cindy Hamilton
 
>Note ornamentation of baroque music played on a guitar is an art that takes some practice. I never was very good at it. You really have to live with the music to understand the language.
 
>It's probably not healthy to let small things get to you. When I hear a singer going over the top, it makes me smile. I guess anger is not natural response for me.
 
there are legitimate variations on a theme that are carefully and
musically thought out. I doubt anyone here has objections to that. At
least, I don't.
Janet US
Sqwerts <feel@my.dick>: Jan 15 04:48PM -0700

On 1/15/2017 4:09 PM, dsi1 wrote:
 
>> AS often as you do, well...
 
> These people don't understand the concept so it's just great that they go on blathering about it. It is my fond wish that they do
> not stop.
 
Oh they won't, they won't...
 
> The President understood the concept and it was a hallmark of his first term. Not so much the second term though. :)
 
Agreed.
 
Now he's just become a dog in the manger on his way out.
dsi1 <dsi100@yahoo.com>: Jan 15 07:46PM -0800

On Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 1:48:08 PM UTC-10, Sqwerts wrote:
 
> > The President understood the concept and it was a hallmark of his first term. Not so much the second term though. :)
 
> Agreed.
 
> Now he's just become a dog in the manger on his way out.
 
He's got to get his kicks in while he still on the bully pulpit. It's a smart thing to do and a whole lot of fun! :)
dsi1 <dsi100@yahoo.com>: Jan 15 07:57PM -0800

On Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 1:25:22 PM UTC-10, U.S. Janet B. wrote:
> musically thought out. I doubt anyone here has objections to that. At
> least, I don't.
> Janet US
 
I've heard legitimate and carefully thought out music, having been in the classical guitar scene since the early 70's. I don't have any objections to it either. I don't much care to listen to that type of music because it's pretty damn boring. OTOH, some folks enjoy boring and conventional.
Sqwerts <feel@my.dick>: Jan 15 09:48PM -0700

On 1/15/2017 8:46 PM, dsi1 wrote:
 
>> Agreed.
 
>> Now he's just become a dog in the manger on his way out.
 
> He's got to get his kicks in while he still on the bully pulpit. It's a smart thing to do and a whole lot of fun! :)
 
It's neither smart nor fun, it's just thin-skinned.
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: Jan 15 02:27PM -0600

On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 10:56:07 -0500, jmcquown wrote:
 
> all pretty much the same in terms of basic ingredients. When I did make
> them at home I'd add a dash or two of cayenne pepper to the dry mixture
> because I like a bit of bite.
 
Fresh chopped jalapeno for texture. You can also add creamed corn or
whole kernel corn.
 
-sw
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: Jan 15 02:43PM -0600

On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 10:56:07 -0500, jmcquown wrote:
 
> where to store the used oil. It needs to be refrigerated unless you use
> it a lot, otherwise it will go rancid. I don't have room in the fridge
> to store used cooking oil which I might only use twice a year.
 
Grease shouldn't be a problem if you're careful and/or use a splatter
guard. As for using up the oil, plan on using the oil for several
things over the course of a week or so, then throw the oil away.
 
Frozen egg rolls/potstickers
French fries/tater snots
Fried chicken
Fried battered mushrooms...
so many things to think of...
 
Anyway you're set in your ways and won't do it so I'm just wasting
bandwidth.
 
-sw
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: Jan 15 10:28PM -0600

On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 21:00:06 -0500, Dave Smith wrote:
 
> Prime rib steaks cooked on a grill pan, steamed asparagus and a mixed
> greens salad with avocado, grated blue cheese and blue cheese dressing.
 
I've never heard of anyone grating blue cheese.
 
-sw
Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Jan 15 05:14PM -0500

>>water. Indian people STINK so HORRIBLY that I'm amazed they have so
>>large a population.
 
>Any time you want to kill yourself, be my guest.
 
So you readily admit to being a stinking filthy Indian. Indians
strongly adhere to incest... Indian mothers engage in oral sex with
their young sons from the time they are born. You have likely been
screwing your daughers since before they were ten years old while your
wife cradeled them in her arms, unless you could sell their virginity
to your brother or a neighbor. Jebus is one sick puppy... in fact if
the monster had a puppy he'd cook and eat it.
Dave Smith <adavid.smith@sympatico.ca>: Jan 15 05:22PM -0500

On 2017-01-15 4:13 PM, Je�us wrote:
>> water. Indian people STINK so HORRIBLY that I'm amazed they have so
>> large a population.
 
> Any time you want to kill yourself, be my guest.
 
Assisted suicide is legal here now. Do you want me to help him?
;-)
Sqwerts <feel@my.dick>: Jan 15 03:32PM -0700

On 1/15/2017 3:22 PM, Dave Smith wrote:
 
>> Any time you want to kill yourself, be my guest.
 
> Assisted suicide is legal here now. Do you want me to help him?
> ;-)
 
How'd you like your dog drowned to death in a gunnysack?
Jeßus <j@j.org>: Jan 16 12:43PM +1100

On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 17:22:11 -0500, Dave Smith
 
>> Any time you want to kill yourself, be my guest.
 
>Assisted suicide is legal here now. Do you want me to help him?
>;-)
 
Yes please. Consider it your civic duty <G>.
Sqwerts <feel@my.dick>: Jan 15 07:48PM -0700

On 1/15/2017 6:43 PM, Je�us wrote:
 
>> Assisted suicide is legal here now. Do you want me to help him?
>> ;-)
 
> Yes please. Consider it your civic duty <G>.
 
It's a duty to dissolve your ass in acid.
Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Jan 15 09:43PM -0500

Made them tonight. Inspired by a Bobby Flay dish he made with sausage,
I made it tonight to go with a pork roast.
 
Sliced and onion and stated it in a pan with butter.
 
Cut up two apples. The onions were translucent at that point as they
would take longer than the apples. I let them cook together a few minutes
I added a big glug of maple syrup, then a glug of cider vinegar. Let it
cook and reduce a bit.
 
It was a nice combination and went well with the pork.
 
Yeah, I'll do it again.
Star Bread ★ <Bread@TheSearchForBread.org>: Jan 15 09:12PM -0500

Yesterday I puked from being blacked out in a Hyberabad cabs, and I had
a lucid dream as a result of the tinnitus~! Shanty Town Drift in the
place of Mesopotamia~!
 
My dream was in relation to instat Pot, which, upon close examination,
was a retaliatory course of usage. Basically, my neighbor from grade
school shat into a crock pot and put in a cold turkey breast, and
cooked that sucker in dookie for 8 hours. Can you guess the resistance
formula~!?
 
Gank,
TREEEUPO~!
"Ophelia" <OphElsinore@gmail.com>: Jan 15 09:51PM

"dsi1" wrote in message
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On Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 10:59:07 AM UTC-10, Ophelia wrote:
> like ... <g>
 
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Kale and coconut milk seems to be a natural. The Samoans will make taro and
coconut milk, with canned corned beef. I've never tried palusami made this
way but my wife says it's delish. As far as taro leaves and corms (the
roots) goes, they're going to look something like this:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YFK1J_mv9E
 
====================
 
Wow they are huge!!!! Nope they wouldn't be able to hide among my kale <g>
 
Thanks:)
 
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"Ophelia" <OphElsinore@gmail.com>: Jan 15 09:51PM

"Roy" wrote in message
news:92a27dd1-be85-440a-bfdc-f38ab270af99@googlegroups.com...
 
On Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 1:59:07 PM UTC-7, Ophelia wrote:
> like ... <g>
 
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I don't believe Taro would grow or thrive in Scottish soil and the climate
is too cold.
I could be wrong but you might Google it for more info.
=====
 
I suspect you are correct:) I have never seen anything like that in our
shops:))
 
 
 
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[Occupy-strategy] The Bizarre Coalition Against Donald Trump

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This is from George Galloway, the former Glasgow MP. who famously confronted the U.S. Senate in 2005 for its support for the invasion of Iraq two years earlier.  He makes it clear here that his first choice for U.S. President was Bernie Sanders.


If I were him, I wouldn't be going near any grassy knolls, I wouldn't be on any motorcades in Dallas or anywhere else, I wouldn't be traveling in an open-top car because the coalition which is assembling in Washington on the Potomac against Trump is not only the usual suspects; it's not only the Military Industrial Complex that General Eisenhower, Republican President of the past, warned us about them overweening power, it's not only the spy agencies who killed political opponents from Patrice Lumumba through Salvador Allende, Diem in Vietnam, and many others.  It's not only even the war party personified by Senator John McCain.

They've been joined by a new element which is particularly virulent indeed; and that new element is people who at least until now would have been defining themselves as liberals, as on the left, as progressive, so hostile to Trump are they that they have begun embracing the worst people in the world: the David Frums, the John McCains.  They have embraced the CIA that once upon a time they would have known are their natural predators.

And that bizarre coalition of the War Party, the Liberals, the spy agencies, the Military Industrial Complex, which stands to lose almost everything if tension in the world, and war in the world, becomes a thing of the past.  That is a very toxic and dangerous coalition.


Full video and text  

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/trump-russia-zinoviev-letter/ri18526





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