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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    Snow.......I read about that once. Sounds like interesting stuff.
    He,He, He! We must've read the same article.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunlady87 View Post
    He,He, He! We must've read the same article.

    And there is a disease associated with it, cabin fever. Good food and wine seems to help with the symptoms.
    "They call us civilized because we are easy to sneak up on."- Lone Waite

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    Quote Originally Posted by intothenew View Post
    And there is a disease associated with it, cabin fever. Good food and wine seems to help with the symptoms.
    I'll drink to that and add some good music to the mixture.

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    You can get them already dried and vacuum packed in half pound or 1 pound bags. There great out of the bag or put into soup, stews etc. www.grandisledriedshrimp.com
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    Pluggin' Grand Isle are we, Wayne?

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    Waynek - I had edited your post in error earlier this morning. I have put it back to its original form - my apologies.
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    Do mean to say he still hasn't got the hang of those white stuff identification flashcards?

    Oh and if Prawns weren't so expensive, I'd dehydrate some too. You'd think living on an Island surrounded by bountiful seas, fish and seafood would be cheap. HA! Not a chance.
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    Define cheap.....Because I've been called that before. Names won't be mentioned.

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    Intothenew how long do you usually dry them for?

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    He might not see your question. This is a four year old thread and the last time he logged on was June of this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf12107 View Post
    Intothenew how long do you usually dry them for?
    Hope you get an answer....Intothenew hasn't been around for 3 years.
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    sounds like my luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf12107 View Post
    sounds like my luck
    Yeah, I hear ya....
    Google is your friend....
    Found this...was curious myself....
    http://www.backpackingchef.com/dehydrating-meat.html
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    I ate dehydrated shrimp in Hawaii. Gross.

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    You can always tell when shrimp are dehydrated. They pee yellow.

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    Yeah, but if you don't find out until after you ea..............I think I just did my Bear Grylls imitation (so much better than squeezing elephant poo).
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    From one Floridian to another: I understand a Cracker, I can indulge in Tabasco, but why wouldn't you just net and boil a couple pounds of fresh caught shrimp? I mean I've even gone so far as to serve them over solid water (ice), and I've even scraped crystallized solid water from the sides of the freezer. While in Hawaii I even used the washing machine to tenderize squid, but what possible use is there for dried shrimp South of the Georgia Border?

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    heck that"s easy asian military rations
    coyotes listen to them, like children of the night what music they make.

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    I remember when those where economical, and I was a single Sailor on the left coast. (yes I took full advantage of those times)
    Transverse mounts make a different sound sliding down a banister, rice feed and well ........
    50 years to late to discuss on today's forums. JMO.

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