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Before it snowed? And, a month's worth? I want to go shopping with Richie!

Somebody needs to post up the post of the difference between how men and women shop again!

Somebody posted it on the CT!

I ain't going back to look.

Or, am I?
It took us a long time, and a lot of gas, to learn to shop for a whole month. You forget something, and have to drive back 110 miles to the store? Uh, no. But if it was important, we had to. A LOT of driving that first few months, until I got better at making lists.

Oh, and we got a month's worth of snow yesterday, too. It snowed ALL day long, and we ended up with 6 inches. So much for the stupid weather guesser's estimate of "less than one inch accumulation." Idiots. It tried to melt a little but our high of 38 ended up being only 31, so there wasn't much melting. Most of it is still out there this morning, and now it's foggy like pea soup. It's spring in South Dakota! What can I say?

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I've made cheese (paneer), but it hardly counts, I think, because it is not aged--it's a soft cheese like ricotta (which actually was originally a whey cheese, but isn't typically made that way now.) You drain it and press it, and then eat it (fry it in cubes and throw it in a sauce.)

And you use lemon juice, vinegar or yogurt to get it to start curdling--I never really looked hard for it, but I'm pretty sure ordinary suburban grocery stores don't carry rennet.
Cheese lesson imminent! Panir (or paneer) and whole milk "ricotta" are the same thing, except the panir is hung in a cloth to make a solid(ish) ball, and the "ricotta" is stirred up. Real ricotta is made by heating whey until the last of the proteins precipitate into a fine, soft curd. It's still made that way, if you have the whey to make it with, but it has to be the right kind of whey. The whey left over from an acid cheese (like the panir) won't precipitate out any more curd. But the whey left from a mozzarella or cheddar will make wonderful ricotta.

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I'm in the men's category for shoes. I just don't see the point of having hundreds of shoes.

I have one pair of each of these--snow boots, hiking boots, hiking sandals, casual shoes (vaguely loafer type) for winter, casual sandals for summer, dress (heels) shoes. That pretty much covers my needs.
Oh, I forgot--a pair of fiip-flops and a battered pair of sneakers for stuff like running agility.


I'm wondering how the doberman collar fetish fits into this though.
Boy, am I boring! I have one pair of tennies, and one pair of barn boots. And each dog has one collar, unless it's old and frayed, and then we get them a new collar. One new collar. LOL! Same thing with the shoes and boots.

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I had to laugh about the rennet crack Mel--in general I think you're right but I was looking for something in an area that has a mish mash of weird stuff to use for cooking, baking etc in a local Portland Safeway last summer and they actually had rennet. But like most of us posting on this thread (the CT) Portland is famous (or maybe infamous) for wanting to be kept weird (it's city motto is "Keep Portland Weird!").

ABTLH
You can get tablet rennet in grocery stores, but if you tried to use it on an aged cheese, like cheddar, it will make the finished cheese bitter. I buy liquid calf rennet from a cheese supply store online, and it works for everything, with no bitterness. But tablet rennet would work fine for any cheese you'd be eating within a week or two.

Well, that's enough for today's cheese lesson. I got on here late this morning (but at least the forum hasn't kicked me off the last few days!), so I have to go now. Maybe we can have a butter lesson next time, LOL!
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Good morning everybody !

Dang mow would not start ----------- Again !

Think I'm on the right track as to what's wrong , We try it this morning and see

Is it cranking but no ignition?

Doc, any safety interlock switches in ignition circuit or fuel cutoff solenoid valves?

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My last mower fix, Honda Harmony 21" self propelled push mower, after gave to SIL, he couldn't start it when got home. Turned out to be safety dead man safety switch on handle. Had to adjust switch end of cutoff switch located on side of engine, actuated by spring loaded cable from handle bar.

On Yardman Shredder/Chipper with 8HP B&S engine, fixed 2-days ago, turned out to be stuck float valve in OEM carburetor (bowl empty) Replaced with MIC (made in China) repl. carb kit, incl air filter, plug & all gaskets for $16 on Amazon. Kit also included gas fuel cutoff valve installed in fuel line from tank, allowing easy work on carb without draining tank and cutoff of fuel to run carb dry when needed. Started on first pull!

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Got from HD one-day sale, dual fuel (gas/propane) 3500W Sportsman gen for $249, since I already had gas for my Honda gen and propane for BBQ pit. I also ordered the wheel add-on kit. Even though MIC had very good reviews on HD site.
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Tested yesterday on both gas and propane, starts on first pull and runs great!

There's another vendor, US Carburetion, offering Tri-Fuel kit for home generators. (about $178) NG hose must be 3/4" if installed long and installed at a longer distance from source, otherwise 1/2".

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Spock's Daddio, Markus?

Am I really supposed to put my age and marital status and how many kids I have on my resume'?

Yes! I threw Daddio under the bus!

He hurt my feelings when I sent him my resume' and he critiqued it.

Messing with you SD!

So many grammatical errors.

But, am I really supposed to include my age and marital status?

Okay, so fine!

I am living in sin and have no children and I'm only 30.

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SD Turns over great - pulled off the Fuel Shut off - and it's working , The problem is IF it starts - it runs great - plenty of power - never misses a beat - I just can't get it to fire right off . I think it is a lose - bad connection on one of the pickup's , cleaned the crank magnets - going to check gap on them = 12 to 15 K on them . It has 2 pickups - one could be grounding out the other - so will pull wire off one and see what it does . Seat safety switch is OK .
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Spock's Daddio, Markus?

Am I really supposed to put my age and marital status and how many kids I have on my resume'?

Yes! I threw Daddio under the bus!

He hurt my feelings when I sent him my resume' and he critiqued it.

Messing with you SD!

So many grammatical errors.

But, am I really supposed to include my age and marital status?

Okay, so fine!

I am living in sin and have no children and I'm only 30.

Very nice of SD...

And on the 3 Resume boxes - MALE or FEMALE or OTHER.

Hope SP - you filled out SEX accurately...using the OTHER box.
- and adding in OPINIONATED...once you get to know me

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And Hobby's...

- a small time, Chicken Hawk Farmer

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Is our Ma in hiding now ?
- since SD identified some irregular MOD indiscretions liberties taken lightly
- she just might have to get a 2.5 gallon pail of Ice Cream (chocolate two tone, to Beau's liking), plus fresh cherries & bananas and whipping cream optional
- to treat the entire DT gang here banana splits for everyone !!
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Who is DJ'ing before I take my nap?

Gonna pester The Mister for Z lessons when he gets home.
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SD Turns over great - pulled off the Fuel Shut off - and it's working , The problem is IF it starts - it runs great - plenty of power - never misses a beat - I just can't get it to fire right off . I think it is a lose - bad connection on one of the pickup's , cleaned the crank magnets - going to check gap on them = 12 to 15 K on them . It has 2 pickups - one could be grounding out the other - so will pull wire off one and see what it does . Seat safety switch is OK .
sometimes the coil mounts can get a little bit of corrosion where they bolt to the engine and this can cause a weak ground ...remove the coil or coils and use a file and re-attach. Just a thought.
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sometimes the coil mounts can get a little bit of corrosion where they bolt to the engine and this can cause a weak ground ...remove the coil or coils and use a file and re-attach. Just a thought.
Finally ----------------------------------- Finally figured it out ! It's the Carb . - Loosed the 4 bolts that hold the carb on and I bet a gallon of gas ran out on the floor , Float OR the needle sets are out- Of course , nobody had a kit for it- will be Tuesday at best for parts - betting that the float has a crack in it .
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You and I can disagree about peeps and malted eggs. We can still get along!

My neighbor and their goats? Not so much. I don't shove peeps and malted chocolate down their throats, but it's okay for them to shove their goats down my throat?

And yes, I am ranting. My motor has only been idling for about an hour now!

Hey Denny!

My candy likes and dislikes really weren't aimed at you...

But I said nothing about your neighbors and their roaming goats--didn't even know they'd been on your property again.

So no, I don't think it's right for anyone to inflict their animals on the neighbors. An accident once in a great while is one thing but this stuff with your neighbors livestock has been going on for ages.

Sorry about that.

Rant on.....

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On a jovial note, what is wrong with this picture?
The same thing that's wrong with the sight of (and no, I don't have pictures...) of a very large male Doberman trying to fit into a very small cat bed.

Hanging off all sides is not attractive I tell them.

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The same thing that's wrong with the sight of (and no, I don't have pictures...) of a very large male Doberman trying to fit into a very small cat bed.

Hanging off all sides is not attractive I tell them.

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Some dobermans just have difficulty with the concept of dog beds.

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The same thing that's wrong with the sight of (and no, I don't have pictures...) of a very large male Doberman trying to fit into a very small cat bed.

Hanging off all sides is not attractive I tell them.

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I still can't believe that YKH ate the ears off the bunny !
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I still can't believe that YKH ate the ears off the bunny !

YKH.......?????

Does the "H' stand for who ??????

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You Know Hoe?? ...Nah, Kenny wouldn't say that.

At least not to one of us on the CT.
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Hey Denny!

My candy likes and dislikes really weren't aimed at you...

But I said nothing about your neighbors and their roaming goats--didn't even know they'd been on your property again.

So no, I don't think it's right for anyone to inflict their animals on the neighbors. An accident once in a great while is one thing but this stuff with your neighbors livestock has been going on for ages.

Sorry about that.

Rant on.....

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Aunt B,

I know you weren't aiming anything at me!

Why would you, unless it's in good fun!

Surprisingly? No goats have been over here today, that I know of. I did take a nap.

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Cuz....
I know some people that eat goat meat!
Ww are gonna come visit and co ordinate a BBQ.....
TN....gonna swing by your place and pick up the smoker ...just leave it out on OUR deck!
Oh and TN could you whip up some of the tater salad.........
If Cuz is gonna Abscond with your smoker at her leisure, I am wondering about her intentions other than the smoker!



Chill out Cougar Cuz!

His beautiful wife has to approve of letting her smoker go.

Stirring the pot this evening!

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sometimes the coil mounts can get a little bit of corrosion where they bolt to the engine and this can cause a weak ground ...remove the coil or coils and use a file and re-attach. Just a thought.
Hey AJ!

Would you stop flitting in an out?

Are you dedicated to the CT or not?

Make up my mind.

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Hey AJ!

Would you stop flitting in an out?

Are you dedicated to the CT or not?

Make up my mind.

Oh chit are their more rules i need to know about!

I think i can now be officially a member...I started a flock of chicks a few weeks back.
I wanted to have them for a long time but i was not ready to start dealing with death again. I have hardened my heart and chirp chirp
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YKH.......?????

Does the "H' stand for who ??????

I thought it meant You Know How.

Just a suggestion.



Whose got the music tonight?

I am on vacation.

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Oh chit are their more rules i need to know about!

I think i can now be officially a member...I started a flock of chicks a few weeks back.
I wanted to have them for a long time but i was not ready to start dealing with death again. I have hardened my heart and chirp chirp
Pictures or it didn't happen.

Well?

What is taking you so long?

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Alrighty!

I am super pissed off!

Neighbors goats in the heart of my property!
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Pictures or it didn't happen.

Well?

What is taking you so long?

are you on lock down?

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How cute, AJ, your chicks even have a playhouse and a slide!

There might be an immediate job opening in FL for a CCBW (Certified Chickee Butt Wiper), with min. 2 yr. experience...... Know anyone?
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Ten Doberman Rules
Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!
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