Old August 22nd, 2020, 07:45 PM #501
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I'm going to bring back the butter debate. My wife wanted to have butter bread with her spaghetti tonight and this is what we found. I've never seen butter look like this before, but I'm guessing it's starting to go rancid even though it didn't smell spoiled or bad. We don't eat butter bread or toast that often so this has been in the covered butter dish on the table or counter for the better part of a month.
I like to experiment and see how far I can push the envelope with my food so I dug out the center that looked normal and spread it on 1/2 slice of bread then scraped the funky looking part from the top and sides to put on the other 1/2. The funky part tasted a bit 'off' but not bad or unpleasant. The center tasted like it looked, normal.
If it doesn't give me belly problems tonight I'll put it in a skillet tomorrow morning to fry some eggs up and see if smells or tastes different.
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Old August 22nd, 2020, 08:04 PM #502
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Got another pound of yeast, some more cheese ncentrsted bleach and some dry goods And flour from the Amish grocery store to pad the pantry
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I don’t believe butter is supposed to have a rind on it! I’d pick out the middle.
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I don’t believe butter is supposed to have a rind on it! I’d pick out the middle.
Lol, I didn't think it was supposed to either.
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I’ll circle back with everyone who is interested, including any of my Homebrew club members who are not on MDS, in about a week, so I can gauge the overall interest and make a phone call to Dutch Gold.
Last call for bulk honey orders. I will call in the final order tomorrow (Tuesday) after lunch, and will pre-pay for it. I anticipate driving to Lancaster on Friday to pick it up. Once I have picked up the order, I will send PMs with payment info to whomever has requested a pail.
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Chicken prices are all over the place right now.

They are ranging from $1.49/lb to almost $9.00/lb in the same store, depending on cut, boneless or not, and how "clean" it says it is.

I picked up a freezer full of boneless chicken thighs for $1.99/lb. That's some fine eating right there.
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Chicken prices are all over the place right now.

They are ranging from $1.49/lb to almost $9.00/lb in the same store, depending on cut, boneless or not, and how "clean" it says it is.

I picked up a freezer full of boneless chicken thighs for $1.99/lb. That's some fine eating right there.
Bone in bulk chicken thighs are .99 per pound at our BJs.
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20 pounds of dried pasta, 16 x cans of San Marzano Peeled Tomatoes, 28 Ounce.
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200 de-linked M80 ball in a 30cal can courtesy of DSA. $0.59/rnd after shipping.

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