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What Was Your Prep Of The Day (Part 2)

This is a discussion on What Was Your Prep Of The Day (Part 2) within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by 46rkl My prep for the day (sort of) was to tap my latest home brew. A New England IPA that is one ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 46rkl View Post
    My prep for the day (sort of) was to tap my latest home brew. A New England IPA that is one of my best ever! If your into craft beer, it’s 8.2% alcohol and 62 ibu. Hazy and light citrus flavor, it’s not gonna last long enough to help me long term but hey, gotta enjoy the moment.
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    Looks yummy. I was in that hobby for a long time. Enjoyed it a lot. Love them IPAs. You bottling or kegging in the five gallon soda cans? That reduces the work load by a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulag1955 View Post
    It gives my girl the runs even mixed with dry. And, trust me, the runs are no joke on a dog with pantaloons as impressive as Shasta's. There is no dog shelter in Lincoln County, WA. I may put it on FB Marketplace for free just to get it out of my way.
    We have a golden retriever that has huge pantaloons, when we got her she was suffering from Giardia,

    what a mess she was every day during treatment.

    Daughter had the privlidge of cleaning her up, it took 3 months to clear it up.

    Today we make her food ourselves, her stomach was left so sensitive from the problem.

    Any canned dog food goes right through her.

    Diet consist of mixes of rice, chicken, carrots, pasta, boiled cabbage, and some dry Purina lamb mixed in.

    The dog loves all sorts of food.

    The others have no problem at all related to diet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
    Finished a project I've been putting off for months.

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    And for a minute I thought it might be a gun rack of some sort.......then I seen the second pic. Great idea. .
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    Speaking of homemade dog food, I did finally can up 3 qts awhile back and as soon as I cull more chickens, will be canning up some more, just to have some on hand.

    This has been something I've been thinking/worrying about as far as preps.....critter food. My chickens and dogs, is more or less easy enough and workable to a point. I have whole grains to sprout for the birds, plus odds& ends leftovers. Dogs prefer leftovers or homemade anyday. But that darned cat is something else. She prefers her dry kibble, period. She even turns her nose up at tuna or the oil it's packed in, no interest in treats or anything like that. She's my next project.....to figure out a good mix of foods, that can be baked or dried for a crunchy kibble, that she's willing to eat.


    Other preps? Thinking it's time to minimalize my megabyte footprint...not yet, but soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAnotherNut View Post
    And for a minute I thought it might be a gun rack of some sort.......then I seen the second pic. Great idea. .
    Hahahaha! A gun rack was my first thought, too.
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    ordered duke body traps and a manual oil press to process our canola.
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    Cool

    Processed about a dozen garden fresh zucchini's - sliced thick, and froze.

    Picked about 6-7 lbs of garden peppers: cut, cleaned; froze some, dehydrated the rest: Big Jim, Green Bell, cayenne, purple Serrano, and jalapeno.

    The house smells wonderfully spicy!! No, I didn't use gloves, and my fingers are burning now! Oh well!

    1 of the 2 strainers full:
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    Peace,
    Michael J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael_Js View Post
    Processed about a dozen garden fresh zucchini's - sliced thick, and froze.

    Picked about 6-7 lbs of garden peppers: cut, cleaned; froze some, dehydrated the rest: Big Jim, Green Bell, cayenne, purple Serrano, and jalapeno.

    The house smells wonderfully spicy!! No, I didn't use gloves, and my fingers are burning now! Oh well!

    1 of the 2 strainers full:
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    Peace,
    Michael J.
    I think it was last year that I didn't wear gloves when doing my peppers, and when I realized it, I thought it strange my fingers weren't burning.......then I wiped my eye. BIG mistake!
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    Made a fresh batch of pickled eggs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by charito View Post
    Made a fresh batch of pickled eggs!
    That's on my list for this week!! Plus fridge pickles, plus marinated eggplants!!

    Peace,
    Michael J.
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