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What Was Your Prep Of The Day:

This is a discussion on What Was Your Prep Of The Day: within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by SGG Found some bacon spam so I grabbed a couple of cans just to try. It's freaking almost $3 a can at ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGG View Post
    Found some bacon spam so I grabbed a couple of cans just to try. It's freaking almost $3 a can at Wally World. Kind of an expensive prep?
    Would like to it try aswell but finding spam in Europe is like looking for a needle in a haystack....not even the big companys that specializes in US foods sell it.
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    Took the vocab and personality test. Failed the vocab. I guessed on almost half There were words I didn't even know existed on that test :/ 3 months I can re take. Kind of a blessing so now I have 3 months to get more fit....

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    Filled in the missing seeds needed for this years garden, a few hundred onion sets. Was lucky to find some non-hybrid heirloom varieties.

    Mixed up some potting soil for vegetable starts: 1/2 topsoil, 1/2 rotted cow manure, some dried blood greensand and bonemeal. Putting in tomato and peppers, and early stuff, that early stuff will plant as soon as frost in ground is gone (cabbages, broccoli, kale, telephone peas grows 6-8 ft!, brussel sprouts, etc)

    Also two heirloom variety grapes.My current arbors are products of my parents work and some of the vines are older than I. Plan on burying some of the longer runners, instead of pruning them off, on the old vines to start some new vines for free this spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plumbum View Post
    Would like to it try aswell but finding spam in Europe is like looking for a needle in a haystack....not even the big companys that specializes in US foods sell it.
    I'll try to recreate the experience for you as best I can.

    Buy the absolute best moist cat food you can find. Mash it into bits. Visit the local butcher, and get any refuse he refuses to sell, and add that. Add 3 cups of salt. Squeeze out the undershirt of your fattest, most sweaty friend, and add the juices you get. Mix well. Mold the entire mass into a brick, and allow it to congeal. Slice it into even slabs. Fry it in a pan(no need to add extra grease), cook each side for about 5 minutes until ever so slightly toasted.
    Slap it between two pieces of bread and your favorite cheese, and achieve nirvana.



    I dare anyone to tell me where I messed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kauboy View Post
    I'll try to recreate the experience for you as best I can.

    Buy the absolute best moist cat food you can find. Mash it into bits. Visit the local butcher, and get any refuse he refuses to sell, and add that. Add 3 cups of salt. Squeeze out the undershirt of your fattest, most sweaty friend, and add the juices you get. Mix well. Mold the entire mass into a brick, and allow it to congeal. Slice it into even slabs. Fry it in a pan(no need to add extra grease), cook each side for about 5 minutes until ever so slightly toasted.
    Slap it between two pieces of bread and your favorite cheese, and achieve nirvana.



    I dare anyone to tell me where I messed up.
    Sound like a treat! Yesterday my wife asked why I hade put a discusting slab of catfood in the fridge.....by hun thats not catfood its corned beef!
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    Got an upright freezer on the way. Lowes is supposed to deliver it today. More room for food.

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    Replaced one of the outdoor cameras that had gone bad. Planted some muscatines on a wood fence I put in last year. Sprayed the apple trees for blackrot fungus. Installed a new freeze proof water hydrant to make watering easier.

    If I ever do have to totally depend on home grown food having a solar powered well is useless without the ability to get the water to the garden easily.

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    Eat some popsicles, wife mentioned she wanted some small stick to mark some seeding with. I was happy to help out.
    New life as a house husband, major shift in duties.

    Karl Marx said, "Destroy their culture, rewrite their history. Ruin their art and literature, and defame their heroes, by offering fabrications to scandalize that which they considered good.
    After reading this Obama said I am on it.

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    Hade to stay home from work to watch a sick child so I used the time to learn something I have always whanted to know how to do -Weave paracord!

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    So what to do with this new skill? I know, a survival collar for the cat(it will go great with his tiny survival knife)!

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    Went for a short walk (about 7 miles). Since I have three months until I can re take the test, I'm using that time frame to get into shape. Decided to grab a small bag and pick up recyclables along the route. Scored $1.60 on the way there, and probable $3-$4 on the return trip (different route).

    Got paid to exercise basically haha.

    I also learned that at about the 5.5 mile mark, I will get the urge to have to use the restroom haha. I cut through a construction zone but no portapottys and it was a residential area, so couldn't just drop trousers and drop a deuce haha. I also learned that uphill walking while being poked by a prairie dog is absolutely no fun, and that the urge intensifies as you get nearer and nearer to a place that has facilities. Luckily I made it home, without incident haha. But I don't feel bloated anymore!
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