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Gigantic Mantis Shrimp of madura Remote Island Catch Them With Simple bamboo trap…


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Date: May 25, 2020

01) Gigantic Mantis Shrimp of madura Remote Island Catch Them With Simple bamboo trap

“Ep 69 – I want to have dinner but I don’t have any side dishes this afternoon when I hunt and the water has receded normally when the water is receding I spear fish but today I just want to hunt mantis shrimp with fishing techniques using a simple bamboo trap.”

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Great Depression Cooking – Poorman’s Feast…


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Date: April 20, 2020

01) Great Depression Cooking – Poorman’s Feast


“IMPORTANT:
There have been a few requests concerning this video. The first is to notify people that when preparing lentils to check for stones. There should be a warning about this on the packaging of your lentils and please follow their instructions.

The second item is a question about why Clara reuses the lemon from the marinade. It has long been known that citric acid (in this case a lemon) is nature’s anti-bacterial agent. Today it is more commonly known as produce wash or FIT (Fruit and Vegetable Wash). There are many studies out today that consider FIT a more successful anti-bacterial agent than chlorine dioxide (which is produced chemically rather than naturally). Many cultures continue to use the citric acid from lemons and limes to cleanse meat and fish as this marinade does.

Clara cooks quite responsibly and always uses the freshest meats and fish when preparing her meals. You must always cook any meal at any time at your own risk. Clara is only providing you with lessons she has learned and she has lived to a ripe old age. If you are nervous about her tips then just enjoy the videos for the historical value.

If you are curious about the science behind citric acid you can find many articles online as well as this one here:
https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2008/06/26/Produce-wash-kills-bacteria-on-food/42751214505272/

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World’s Easiest No-Knead Sandwich Bread using a Poor Man’s Dutch Oven…


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Date: March 23, 2020

01) World’s Easiest No-Knead Sandwich Bread using a Poor Man’s Dutch Oven


“Looking for a Dutch oven that will shape sandwich bread… no problem… use a “poor man’s Dutch oven”. Bread making doesn’t get any easier than this… no mixer or bread machine (I’ll make it in a glass bowl with the handle end of a plastic spoon)… no-kneading (Mother Nature will do the kneading for me)… “hands-free” technique (that’s right… I won’t even touch the dough)… no shaping (I’ll let the “poor man’s Dutch oven” shape the loaf for me). It doesn’t get any easier than this.”

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Preserving Food Without (Canning) Refrigeration with Kelley Wilkinson…


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Date: March 02, 2020

01) Preserving Food Without (Canning) Refrigeration with Kelley Wilkinson


“Join Kelley Wilkinson as she teaches us about making the most of the harvest by finding ways to preserve food without canning and minimizing refrigeration. Learn how to store food; from use of Mason jars, to vacuum sealed bags. Eat and enjoy while you maximize the abundance of your garden year round when you utilize these simple methods. Store your bounty from every season at minimal cost. While we do cover refrigeration in this video, we decided to change the title to “Preserving Food Without Canning” after the video was produced. Refrigeration is also part of this video.”

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1 Day, 1 Pound, 3 Meals – Limited Budget Food Challenge…


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Date: February 26, 2020

01) 1 Day, 1 Pound, 3 Meals – Limited Budget Food Challenge


“This is just another exercise where I will impose an artificial budget of £1 for 1 day, to see if I can work around that to make three nice meals – breakfast, lunch and evening meal.

So this isn’t £1 a day for a week – it’s £1 for 1 day only – there is no scaled budget here to save by buying things in any kind of bulk

Parameters for this challenge include::
NO spices or ingredients from my own store cupboards (tap water only)
BUT I can add in anything else that I can get for free without stealing.

Just in case it isn’t abundantly clear: this is just an exercise to try to stimulate my own creativity. This is not intended to represent any kind of real-world hardship scenario.”

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Guga Foods – Can DRY AGE save a $1 Steak?…


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Date: February 04, 2020

01) Guga Foods – Can DRY AGE save a $1 Steak?


“You asked for an affordable Dry Age experiment and today I deliver your request. Normally you dry age an expensive cut of meat as it takes time and patience to do. But after so many requests made I decided to make this video to see what would happen if I dry age a $1 dollar steak.”

Hmmm…

…Marinating in pineapple for two hours, then basting with butter and garlic?…on cheap meat?

Sounds quite intriguing.

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