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Old 09-27-2017, 11:37 PM   #41
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Wifey B: And for full disclosure. He and I use to cook nearly every night. Generally when we cook, he will grill the meats and I'll make salads and we'll pour veggies out of a package or can.
Vegetables out of a can? They might be fresh when they go in the can but don`t seem to survive the process. But frozen veg are great, imo.
Don`t forget that famous side dish,the Glasgow salad(aka French Fries or chips).
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Vegetables out of a can? They might be fresh when they go in the can but don`t seem to survive the process. But frozen veg are great, imo.
Don`t forget that famous side dish,the Glasgow salad(aka French Fries or chips).
Wifey B: We don't eat french fries or chips. Haven't either of us had any in over 10 years.
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Wifey B: We don't eat french fries or chips. Haven't either of us had any in over 10 years.
I wasn`t advocating it either. I was just amused that in Glasgow, Scotland, chips qualify as salad.
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I don't make french fries at home, but do like sweet potato french fries every so often when eating out.

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Re: eggs
I have been keeping Backyard Chickens for 7 years. Can't tell you how much better the eggs are. Taste, color, texture. My hens eat non-GMO grains and table scraps when appropriate. Since birds universally like bread and worms, cooked spaghetti is like a "bread worm" to them...these ladies go nuts. Oddly, some like fruit while others turn their beaks up it.
They free range 2-3 days per week.
With 6 hens (no rooster) I get about 35 - 40 eggs per week so I make a lot of soufflés, quiches, cakes, ice creams...and give them and the rest of my eggs to neighbors. My current mix of shell colors are Light Brown, Dark Brown, Light Green, Light Blue and White. The eggs themselves are all the same. An amazing food source.
By the way, there's really no need to refrigerate eggs on a boat, as long as you turn them over once per day. (Flipping the whole carton counts) but most trawlers have plenty of room in the fridge.
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