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    Quote Originally Posted by boyzoi View Post
    leftovers from meals, if not for yourselves can be used to feed the dog, the chickens etc.
    Yep...fatten Rover up, just in case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    Yep...fatten Rover up, just in case.
    Do you have a copy of How To Wok Your Dog?
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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    Yep...fatten Rover up, just in case.
    HA...... I'll be keeping the hounds fed and healthy so they can help catch game, not end up in the WOK

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    For those of you suggesting she learn how to kill and clean live chickens, there's just one problem with that. There aren't exactly very many chickens running around wild outside of farms. Here in the city, I can't just walk outside and see a chicken running around.

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    you're going to have to learn how to catch pigeons....... I hear they make a great stew taste like chicken

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyzoi View Post
    you're going to have to learn how to catch pigeons....... I hear they make a great stew taste like chicken
    Is there anything that doesn't taste like chickens?
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    I dont care what anyone says.......aligator dont taste like chicken

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    Yep...fatten Rover up, just in case.
    Ha ha! When we got our dog my husband said, "well, she's kind of skinny if we ever need to eat her", and I said "funny, I was thinking the same thing." So I think she's safe--I'd rather have her around anyway.

    As far as chickens go, we're plenty rural to own chickens, but you don't find them just wandering around, so we'd actually have to get some chickens first and raise them before being able to make dinner out of one. Although there are grouse/chuckar/etc. around . . . just have to find them.

    Had my ladies over yesterday to make bread and it went really well. Two had never made bread from scratch and the third had, but she used her mixer to do all the kneading, so it was a good experience for all of them and I got my bread made for the next couple of days. Got my friend talking today about getting some flour and yeast so she can try it at home. It's sure not so scary or daunting once you've done it. We're supposed to meet next Monday at one of the other ladies' house--we're going to bottle butter. This is one I've heard of but never done. Makes shelf stable butter until it's opened. We'll see how it goes. We've got a long list put together of things to do and learn and we'll probably have to call in some specialists on some of the topics. Should be interesting anyway. Always good to practice those skills you may need . . .


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    youre gonna need my address so you can overnight a loaf of that bread....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom of 3 angels View Post
    Ha ha! When we got our dog my husband said, "well, she's kind of skinny if we ever need to eat her", and I said "funny, I was thinking the same thing." So I think she's safe--I'd rather have her around anyway.

    As far as chickens go, we're plenty rural to own chickens, but you don't find them just wandering around, so we'd actually have to get some chickens first and raise them before being able to make dinner out of one. Although there are grouse/chuckar/etc. around . . . just have to find them.

    Had my ladies over yesterday to make bread and it went really well. Two had never made bread from scratch and the third had, but she used her mixer to do all the kneading, so it was a good experience for all of them and I got my bread made for the next couple of days. Got my friend talking today about getting some flour and yeast so she can try it at home. It's sure not so scary or daunting once you've done it. We're supposed to meet next Monday at one of the other ladies' house--we're going to bottle butter. This is one I've heard of but never done. Makes shelf stable butter until it's opened. We'll see how it goes. We've got a long list put together of things to do and learn and we'll probably have to call in some specialists on some of the topics. Should be interesting anyway. Always good to practice those skills you may need . . .


    That bread sure looks good. Wish it did not cost so much to over night it I would order one from you.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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