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    or smothering it in ketchup!


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    What about easy crops that the deer won't eat.
    The sweet serenity of the wilderness, the only place someone can know everything about everything

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    Purslane, Proud American. That stuff will grow anywhere that's been cultivated and it will grow along side other plants. I have volunteer plants come up every year in my garden and I nurture them just like I do tomatoes or beans. It makes a great salad as do dandelion leaves.
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    Beans, beans are a tough plant too.
    There is no greater solitude than that of the Tracker in the forest, unless perhaps it's that of the wolf in the wilderness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nell67 View Post
    or smothering it in ketchup!
    Ketchup, Pift, Haggis
    A wise person does at once, what a fool does at last. Both do the same thing; only at different times.

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    Had haggis, once ya get past the smell its goooood eating.
    There is no greater solitude than that of the Tracker in the forest, unless perhaps it's that of the wolf in the wilderness.

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    Smell, he**. You'd have to forget what you're eating. Worse that brussel sprouts!

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    Tomatoes,squash,peanut,and peppers in the spring and cabbage,turnips and collards in the fall,all do well with little attention and makes for a nifty surprise when in camp.

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    Remember, ya'll. He said he had little room to grow plants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Smell, he**. You'd have to forget what you're eating. Worse that brussel sprouts!
    I bet you havent even tryed it before

    Try it rick and i promise you will like it

    Mash up some neeps and taties to go with it
    A wise person does at once, what a fool does at last. Both do the same thing; only at different times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beowulf65 View Post
    Had haggis, once ya get past the smell its goooood eating.
    Y'know....there's just sooooooooooo many responses to that, all of which I am just too polite to type in
    some fella confronted me the other day and asked "What's your problem?" So I told him, "I don't have a problem I am a problem"

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    The only thing I can say is no. No I (heave) haven't tried it. No I can't stand the thought of eating an animals (heave) stomach. No I don't eat (dry heave) animal organs (okay, maybe a gizzard or a liver or maybe even a chicken heart) but I'll be dam**ed if I'm gonna eat 'em cooked inside a (dry heave) stomach!

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    Not worse than brussel sprouts.
    There is no greater solitude than that of the Tracker in the forest, unless perhaps it's that of the wolf in the wilderness.

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    Matter of opinion?? I happen to be with Rick on this one,move over Rick..BLEH! along with blood pudding,BLEH! and mountain oysters cough cough....BLEH!

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    Haggis, Black Pudding (Blood pudding is a misunderstanding), Fruit pudding, Potato scons and Irn Bru to top it off

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    A wise person does at once, what a fool does at last. Both do the same thing; only at different times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony uk View Post
    Haggis, Black Pudding (Blood pudding is a misunderstanding), Fruit pudding, Potato scons and Irn Bru to top it off

    Commeee Ear
    blood pudding is not a misunderstanding,it is gross.

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    I don't have to say anymore. I almost barfed just posting this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    I don't have to say anymore. I almost barfed just posting this.

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    Stop your making me hungry

    Blood Pudding is awsome !!!

    Irn Bru, Everyone likes that, Try some rick
    A wise person does at once, what a fool does at last. Both do the same thing; only at different times.

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    There is no greater solitude than that of the Tracker in the forest, unless perhaps it's that of the wolf in the wilderness.

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    Oh Beo,Nooooo,yuk.

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