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General Discussion / Re: Need a good venison recipe
« Last post by Chris on October 18, 2014, 03:30:45 pm »
I almost forgot garlic. Gotta have some garlic cloves in there, on both dishes.
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General Discussion / Re: Need a good venison recipe
« Last post by Chris on October 18, 2014, 03:21:31 pm »
Phaed, I usually just grill my backstraps somewhere between medium rare and medium. But, I did try something new, and last night as a matter of fact. I cut up some filets about 1" thick. Then I put them in a crock pot with just a tiny bit of water, and a generous amount of Worcestershire sauce. I sliced some onions and laid them on the top of the steaks. Then I slow cooked it on low until the meat was to my liking. It was pretty good served over a bed of rice. It's what I had in the house.

My old lady is out of town, so it's been crock pot cooking all the way for me.

Here's my favorite  recipe for venison roasts. Again, put the roast in a crock pot. Dump an entire jar of pepperoncinis in the crock pot. Slice up some onions, and slow cook for many hours. Best roast ever. You can even add some potatoes of you'd like.
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General Discussion / Need a good venison recipe
« Last post by phaed on October 18, 2014, 02:53:19 pm »
i've got a good amount of venison backstrap and need a good way to cook it.  what do you experienced folk recommend?
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General Discussion / A fan is issue in political debate
« Last post by H. Rearden on October 18, 2014, 10:33:30 am »
I did not watch the so called debate between Crist and Scott in the FL gubernatorial debate. I couldn't care less about the debate, but you may have heard that there was delay the night of the debate because Scott supposedly didn't want to go ahead with the debate because Christ had a fan under his podium. Apparently Scott claimed it was against the rules for Crist to have a fan at the debate.

Jon Stewart covered the fan controversy http://youtu.be/nOT_sVxVYKU#t=56s
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General Discussion / Re: Red Bull Settlement
« Last post by phaed on October 17, 2014, 04:37:07 pm »
yes, it's difficult to study in the US because, well...the government doesn't want people to study it.  they've gone as far as to patent certain cannabinoids in mj (for their medicinal properties) so they can sit on them.  the funny thing is they do that while simultaneously saying it has no medicinal properties per its class 1 drug categorization.

most of the scientific data comes from studies in modern day isreal and pre-1930's medicine, when it was legal and in widespread use by doctors.  its use for medical properties dates past 10,000 years ago.

it's certainly not a cure-all, and i don't know anyone that would make that claim.  however, one can ask themselves why a singular plant evolved to have the exact same chemicals that interface directly with humans' existing endocannabinoid system.  it cannot be an accident.  it's difficult not to see a symbiotic relationship.
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General Discussion / Re: Red Bull Settlement
« Last post by MamaLiberty on October 17, 2014, 01:30:18 pm »
Yes, I've studied it quite a bit and have several good books on it.  My sister has used it for many years herself. I actually did eat some of it made into "candy" once, and it tasted terrible. I had quite a bit of it too, and didn't notice any affect except the nasty lingering taste. I've seen excellent results in many other people, however, so I know it has many good properties.

I am very skeptical of such broad claims, most of which are not yet proven.  It is no more a cure all miracle drug/substance than anything else, but there are many good potential uses once people are free to research and explore them. Who knows what else is waiting in the wings to be discovered and made good use of. :)
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General Discussion / Re: Red Bull Settlement
« Last post by phaed on October 17, 2014, 12:26:31 pm »
ML, if you're really interested in medicine, you might want to read up on the stuff.  there's a reason the top contributions to anti-marijuana campaigns come from big pharma.  i used to think it was bullshit.  it ain't.



i'd also recommend watching Dr. Sanjay Gupta's video on the matter.  careful though, parts of it are heart wrenching.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrVXRZY1_x0
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General Discussion / Re: Rape Rape (Ebola Article)
« Last post by phaed on October 17, 2014, 12:07:20 pm »
i decided years ago that i'll never fly again, at least not while under the current governments' control.  i've been bugging in as a matter of course.
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General Discussion / Re: Red Bull Settlement
« Last post by MamaLiberty on October 17, 2014, 09:03:55 am »
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So now they want "wings?" Isn't that what the green weed stuff is for? [grin]

Mama, I don't know what kind of weed you're talking about, but if it gives you wings, I'll take some!

I wouldn't know from personal experience with it, but many of my patients have used it over the years and a lot of them got pretty "wingie" on the stuff. LOL  So far, not worth the potential troubles to experiment with it myself. I can get "high" on a windy day just sitting on my deck drinking coffee and watching the clouds, birds and my silly horse. :)
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General Discussion / Re: Red Bull Settlement
« Last post by Chris on October 17, 2014, 07:06:08 am »
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So now they want "wings?" Isn't that what the green weed stuff is for? [grin]

Mama, I don't know what kind of weed you're talking about, but if it gives you wings, I'll take some!
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