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  1. Mark

    Question What to make with too many/glut of eggs?

    I just sampled a batch last night. Tangy, but not salty or sour. Fermenting for 3 days.
    I just sampled a batch last night. Tangy, but not salty or sour. Fermenting for 3 days.
    I just sampled a batch last night. Tangy, but not salty or sour. Fermenting for 3 days.
    I just sampled a batch last night. Tangy, but not salty or sour. Fermenting for 3 days.

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  2. Mark

    Question Does pure honey mean pure honey?

    OK, have posted in the other thread. :)
    OK, have posted in the other thread. :)
    OK, have posted in the other thread. :)
    OK, have posted in the other thread. :)
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  3. Mark

    Question Which food strainer, mill, press, cold juicer to make sauce or jams?

    Mark, Not sure if you ever found something to strain your toms. I purchased an attachment for my KitchenAid mixer and it works very well. I have used it on tomatoes and to strain my fermented...
    Mark, Not sure if you ever found something to strain your toms. I purchased an attachment for my KitchenAid mixer and it works very well. I have used it on tomatoes and to strain my fermented pepper sauce.
    Mark, Not sure if you ever found something to strain your toms. I purchased an attachment for my KitchenAid mixer and it works very well. I have used it on tomatoes and to strain my fermented pepper sauce.
    Mark, Not sure if you ever found something to strain your toms. I purchased an attachment for my KitchenAid mixer and it works very well. I have used it on tomatoes and to strain my fermented...
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  4. stevo

    Question Home brew?

    A cupla bits of hardwood, some stainless tek screws and a length of 3/4 inch all-thread with a lever/handle welded to one end. It could be square, with an angled run-off tray with a lip to run all...
    A cupla bits of hardwood, some stainless tek screws and a length of 3/4 inch all-thread with a lever/handle welded to one end. It could be square, with an angled run-off tray with a lip to run all the juice to one corner. I've never been much of a fan of wine, but it could be used for all sorts...
    A cupla bits of hardwood, some stainless tek screws and a length of 3/4 inch all-thread with a lever/handle welded to one end. It could be square, with an angled run-off tray with a lip to run all the juice to one corner. I've never been much of...
    A cupla bits of hardwood, some stainless tek screws and a length of 3/4 inch all-thread with a lever/handle welded to one end. It could be square, with an angled run-off tray with a lip to run all...
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  5. Mark

    Question Chickens throwing straw out of nesting boxes problem

    Thanks Jason it's nice to know this behaviour does sometimes happen to others also. I can handle losing an egg every now and again that's no problem. As you say, I have increased the lip around...
    Thanks Jason it's nice to know this behaviour does sometimes happen to others also. I can handle losing an egg every now and again that's no problem. As you say, I have increased the lip around the front of the boxes and it seems to have worked! However, I wanted to give it a few weeks before I...
    Thanks Jason it's nice to know this behaviour does sometimes happen to others also. I can handle losing an egg every now and again that's no problem. As you say, I have increased the lip around the front of the boxes and it seems to have worked!...
    Thanks Jason it's nice to know this behaviour does sometimes happen to others also. I can handle losing an egg every now and again that's no problem. As you say, I have increased the lip around...
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  6. stevo

    Question Chicken Feed?

    Been through the whole gammit you write of. Started on chick starter, then to pullet mix, layer pellets( golden yolk, lurved it) THEN WENT OFF THAT AT MOULT, ONTO LAYER MASH FOR PROTEIN, NOW THE...
    Been through the whole gammit you write of. Started on chick starter, then to pullet mix, layer pellets( golden yolk, lurved it) THEN WENT OFF THAT AT MOULT, ONTO LAYER MASH FOR PROTEIN, NOW THE SNOTS WILL EAT 3 SEEDS FROM SCRATCH, BOTH DRY AND MOLLASSIS AND WASTE THE REST, THEY WERE DOING FINE...
    Been through the whole gammit you write of. Started on chick starter, then to pullet mix, layer pellets( golden yolk, lurved it) THEN WENT OFF THAT AT MOULT, ONTO LAYER MASH FOR PROTEIN, NOW THE SNOTS WILL EAT 3 SEEDS FROM SCRATCH, BOTH DRY AND...
    Been through the whole gammit you write of. Started on chick starter, then to pullet mix, layer pellets( golden yolk, lurved it) THEN WENT OFF THAT AT MOULT, ONTO LAYER MASH FOR PROTEIN, NOW THE...

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  7. Steve

    Question Macadamia Nuts

    Here's another type of macadamia nut cracker called... wait for it... Maca Craca :D I love the name. The guy who makes it (well I assume he does) is called Vaughn and he mentioned his invention to...
    Here's another type of macadamia nut cracker called... wait for it... Maca Craca :D I love the name. The guy who makes it (well I assume he does) is called Vaughn and he mentioned his invention to me on YouTube so I checked out his video and I reckon it's a pretty good tool for cracking macadamia...
    Here's another type of macadamia nut cracker called... wait for it... Maca Craca :D I love the name. The guy who makes it (well I assume he does) is called Vaughn and he mentioned his invention to me on YouTube so I checked out his video and I...
    Here's another type of macadamia nut cracker called... wait for it... Maca Craca :D I love the name. The guy who makes it (well I assume he does) is called Vaughn and he mentioned his invention to...
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  8. Greyyowl

    Question Buckeye chickens

    I love those Wyandottes (gold and silver) and I've always wanted one. Nearly got one from Heritage hens (Brisbane) once but they were sold out at the time then I just forgot about them...
    I love those Wyandottes (gold and silver) and I've always wanted one. Nearly got one from Heritage hens (Brisbane) once but they were sold out at the time then I just forgot about them...
    I love those Wyandottes (gold and silver) and I've always wanted one. Nearly got one from Heritage hens (Brisbane) once but they were sold out at the time then I just forgot about them...
    I love those Wyandottes (gold and silver) and I've always wanted one. Nearly got one from Heritage hens (Brisbane) once but they were sold out at the time then I just forgot about them...
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  9. Steve

    Question Sourdough Bread

    No, you have done nothing wrong. Sometimes you may prefer to use just a thumbnail like you have done especially if you are uploading several images into a post like I have done in the Abbey thread...
    No, you have done nothing wrong. Sometimes you may prefer to use just a thumbnail like you have done especially if you are uploading several images into a post like I have done in the Abbey thread but you can also see for effect I kept two images (the bread oven and bow maker) in the post below...
    No, you have done nothing wrong. Sometimes you may prefer to use just a thumbnail like you have done especially if you are uploading several images into a post like I have done in the Abbey thread but you can also see for effect I kept two images...
    No, you have done nothing wrong. Sometimes you may prefer to use just a thumbnail like you have done especially if you are uploading several images into a post like I have done in the Abbey thread...

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