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Mike Haasl wrote:For anyone traveling to Wheaton labs, the boots apparently love cheese, butter and milk.  I brought 5 lbs of organic cheese and it disappeared in a day.  Penny brought a couple gallons of goat milk and it also disappeared in two days.  Butter appeared one day and was demolished in short order.  So if you want to butter up some boots, now you know how



J. Richardson had mentioned a desire to have some vegan alternatives on hand as well and the following would just be purchased items.....others may be able to weigh in with home-brewed offerings.

Cheese is getting there.....and while not cheap, our preferred types available in the US are Violife (cheddar and provolone slices and cream cheese) and Miyokos (spreadable cheese) and Forager (yogurt and sour cream) brands.  The oft-used ground almond flour with salt and nutritional yeast remains a good ground parmesan substitute. Everyone has their own 'palate favorites' but these seem pretty decent to our household.

'Butter' substitutes in the vegan world are almost too numerous to count and range from new products from MAJOR industrial brands to new kids on the block.  Lots of oil alternatives in this category....my wife likes Earth Balance and I rotate more around what's available when I end up at the store.  (Side note on waffles.....just seems best to use one of these "hard" oils both in the batter and melted onto the griddle as well for these crunchy comestibles.)

Milk....  Again, so many offerings.  Right now we're addicted to Chobani oat milk (unflavored plain extra creamy type) and I can make a reasonable facsimile in the blender from intact or rolled oats.  Very versatile from coffee creamer to cake batter to ..... waffle batter!    When a thickened cream-base is needed for cream-soups or gravy or alfredo-type sauce, quick-made cashew or almond milk in the blender works wonders and tends to "auto-thicken" without added starches or flours.
 
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Finally got a crispy waffle! Thanks Joshua Rimmer
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yumm!
 
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Thanks for the treasure chest full of seeds T MELVILLE. We are stoked.
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Josiah Kobernik wrote:Finally got a crispy waffle! Thanks Joshua Rimmer



Allright! Maybe cold mornings won't be quite as rough! You are quite welcome.
 
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Good afternoon, patrons!

We started an Amazon Wishlist today in case you're ever feeling like you want to send something to us but don't know what we might want at the moment. Here is the link to our Wishlist! We'll do our best to keep it up to date with helpful things for our projects.

I haven't had a chance to go searching through Amazon for these things, but a couple things that have come up in conversation that would be helpful for future projects would be:
- curved chisels (we have tiny ones in the carving set, but we could use some larger ones - 1/2"+ etc.)
- sewing supplies for fabric and leather (we have a sewing box that needs all the bits that go inside)
- a soldering iron (I used to work with a Weller that was the bee's knees)
- insulated work gloves and maybe some wool liner gloves
- neatsfoot oil (leather oiling)

If you happen to have any of these things sitting around and want to relocate them to our hands, we'd appreciate that immensely!

- Nine
 
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Oh my goodness! So many delicious treats in this box! You have definitely put something in here for all of us. SO TASTY! 😍😍😍😍😍
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Holy Mother of Chilly Holiday, Batman!
 
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So much chocolate!....and it'll probably only last a few days Mmmm, chocolate!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:So much chocolate!....and it'll probably only last a few days Mmmm, chocolate!



It's already open. It might not last the night. The licorice chews are already gone. 😂
 
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Davin Hoyt wrote:I want to gift the Boots a digital currency experience that may or may not become more valuable in the future.

This applies to each Boot...       ...Send me a Purple Moosage or email with your wallet address...



I'm extending this offer indefinitely.
 
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We received wonderful a package in the mail yesterday from our pal Shannon, one of the PDC students this year.
Josiah had a cup of the coffee this morning and I had a cup of the green tea. Thanks so much Shannon for the deliciousness 😊

And we can’t wait to see you again soon for the RMHJ work trade!
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So thoughtful ! 💛
So thoughtful ! 💛
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And so tasty!! 😌🍵
And so tasty!! 😌🍵
 
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We got some super tasty treats in the mail yesterday. Thanks so much, Greg!! The chocolate covered hazelnuts were the crowd favorite. I think you have satiated our large sweet tooth needs for a while :)
We all super appreciate it !
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Worth it just for that great picture of you guys!  They were out of my favorite....Better Bars.  Something to look forward to in the future when it's back in stock :)
 
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Books for boots?
Right now is Chelsea Green's summer sale with books up to 90% off.
For each current active boot send me a link to one 50% off book, 2 75% off books or 4 90% off books....each of you gets to pick what you want.  
If you can do that in the next couple days we'll have the best shot of your choices not being sold out....so hurry!!! :)
(I already bought mine!)
 
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Greg Martin wrote:Books for boots?
Right now is Chelsea Green's summer sale with books up to 90% off.
For each current active boot send me a link to one 50% off book, 2 75% off books or 4 90% off books....each of you gets to pick what you want.  
If you can do that in the next couple days we'll have the best shot of your choices not being sold out....so hurry!!! :)
(I already bought mine!)



That’s such generous offer for us boots, thanks Greg!

And thank you so much for awesome treats you sent me and the other boots!! I’ve been on the search for the perfect mug and getting one in the mail was such a wonderful and funny surprise!
And now I also have my new favorite socks 🙂
The kindness is heartwarming.
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!!!!!Yummy peanut butter puffs for days!!
!!!!!Yummy peanut butter puffs for days!!
 
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Thanks to Ash for the great poster of logical fallacies! Since pinning it up by the dining table, our time spent arguing has been reduced by half!

I kid. My favorite one is Begging the Question. Very sneaky.
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Easy to read and to point to
Easy to read and to point to
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All the improper reasoning
All the improper reasoning
 
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I like how Paul is sitting right next to it, so he can easily point out any logical fallacies in everyone else's arguments!
 
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Yay! I'm so glad y'all like it.

Love ya, boots!
 
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Thanks so much Greg for gifting these books to us!! We love them :) lots of learning and exploration in store 🤓
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Was looking the the amazon wish list.
Knowing that many folks like to stay away from plastic containers and such:

*Would sending First Aid Kits in plastic closing/locking container be alright to send?
*Is there a need for WOmen's personal period products?
*may we send you fabrics? such as cotton flannels, wool remnants which can be upcycled?

*how about any of these non-fortified nutritional yeasts?
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=alive+foods+nutritional+yeast&crid=21395FZK60G9Q&sprefix=alive+foods+%2Ctools%2C348&ref=nb_sb_ss_fb_2_12_ts-doa-p

https://www.amazon.com/Foods-Alive-Nutritional-Vegetarian-Support/dp/B07KMGLVGX/ref=sr_1_3?crid=21395FZK60G9Q&dchild=1&keywords=alive%2Bfoods%2Bnutritional%2Byeast&qid=1631450351&sprefix=alive%2Bfoods%2B%2Ctools%2C348&sr=8-3&th=1



P.S. How does one create the ?hyperlink? such as "nutritional yeast" for the above without having the entire link address in the post? thanks.

 
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As winter rolls in, I think it makes a huge difference to have really excellent winter gear.  Layers.  Really good winter boots (layers here too).  Really good gloves (still layers).   Hats, long johns, hot pants (kinda like insulated overalls) or maybe even insulated coveralls.  A nice sweater, and, of course, a good coat.  I think now is a good time to start learning about all this stuff ...
 
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Alex Freedman wrote:*Is there a need for WOmen's personal period products?



I'm not sure about the Boots, but I know that for events Paul arranged for there to be boxes with washable menstrual products for anyone to take who needs one. Right now, I think it's just stocked with bandannas. I'm thinking bandannas won't do much for a heavy flow day, and it'd be great to have some other alternatives!

I think this is the sign for the "Shark Week" boxes at Wheaton Labs:

menstrual products at Wheaton Labs

I think more reusable or compostable menstrual products would be really handy!






P.S. How does one create the ?hyperlink? such as "nutritional yeast" for the above without having the entire link address in the post? thanks.



Ah! This thread about formatting tags should help! But, in general, what you're doing is putting [url=YOUR LINK HERE] WHAT YOU WANT TO CALL IT[/url]


Like this:
[url=https://www.amazon.com/s?k=alive+foods+nutritional+yeast&crid=21395FZK60G9Q&sprefix=alive+foods+%2Ctools%2C348&ref=nb_sb_ss_fb_2_12_ts-doa-p]Alive Foods Nutritional Yeast[/url]

and it'll look like:

Alive Foods Nutritional Yeast

I hope that helps!
 
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Magdalene Bolton wrote:Thanks so much Greg for gifting these books to us!! We love them :) lots of learning and exploration in store 🤓


Thank you for the awesome pics!  If they weren't packed in there, there should be a second box coming with some books for Paul.  Enjoy!!!
 
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We have cool wood boxes for shark week in the willow feeders, but i couldn't find a pic.
 
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Are there boots who would like to have a vegan cook book or two? Like "The Non-Dairy Evolution Cookbook: A Modernist Culinary Approach to Plant-Based, Dairy Free Foods" ( ISBN: 1499590423 ) and/or "The Homemade Vegan Pantry: The Art of Making Your Own Staples"(ISBN:1607746778) I like both books and  have cooked many a recipe from each one.
 
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paul wheaton wrote:As winter rolls in, I think it makes a huge difference to have really excellent winter gear.  Layers.  Really good winter boots (layers here too).  Really good gloves (still layers).   Hats, long johns, hot pants (kinda like insulated overalls) or maybe even insulated coveralls.  A nice sweater, and, of course, a good coat.  I think now is a good time to start learning about all this stuff ...



These are nearly all things I'm in need of. Boots, warm pants/coveralls and a good coat especially. I came late spring and didn't bring anything with me for cold weather and it seems that the cold is now creeping upon us. Suggestions on durable, warm, waterproof, vegan work boots? Seems like a hard find...
 
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Magdalene Bolton wrote:

These are nearly all things I'm in need of. Boots, warm pants/coveralls and a good coat especially. I came late spring and didn't bring anything with me for cold weather and it seems that the cold is now creeping upon us. Suggestions on durable, warm, waterproof, vegan work boots? Seems like a hard find...



Vegan Waterproof Boot !

Made in Italy! They seem durable, but I don't know from personal experience.
The entire website, vegetarian shoes, is all vegan even their glues! (:

Vegan Boot 'Wraps'

Vibram ( The toe-shoe company ) makes these cool 'wrap' style boots. I'm wanting to get a pair myself to test them out. Not sure how durable they'd be for deep snow or hard farm work , but I imagine they'd be good paired with thick wool socks for general walking / hiking / light to moderate work.
 
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Magdalene Bolton wrote:

paul wheaton wrote:As winter rolls in, I think it makes a huge difference to have really excellent winter gear.  Layers.  Really good winter boots (layers here too).  Really good gloves (still layers).   Hats, long johns, hot pants (kinda like insulated overalls) or maybe even insulated coveralls.  A nice sweater, and, of course, a good coat.  I think now is a good time to start learning about all this stuff ...



These are nearly all things I'm in need of. Boots, warm pants/coveralls and a good coat especially. I came late spring and didn't bring anything with me for cold weather and it seems that the cold is now creeping upon us. Suggestions on durable, warm, waterproof, vegan work boots? Seems like a hard find...



I second this! I did inherit a small bit of winter layers from my uncle before shipping out here, but certainly lack warm wool gloves and some nice wool socks to keep the appendages from turning blue. Of course maybe there are some of these already available at basecamp I just haven't found yet?
 
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I think something that the boots would really enjoy is an electric bicycle.
 
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Thank you R.A. For this book gift! Yesss!!!
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Any new items that current boots would like? I'll be visiting the lab soon!
 
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Medium men’s hiking/utility pants.. my Columbia’s have lasted me nearly a decade of heavy wearing.. now they have a hole in the knee from a barb wire while changing a fence post.. and the rear pockets are ripped but I get by.. they don’t have a model number but they are 32x34..

Other than that my every day items are pretty okay.. my large size Carhart rain coat has a small wrist hole but works ok.. and rainy season should be Pretty much done..

A thanks to Greg M. For this wonderful cowboy hat which I just need to wash for this upcoming sunny season..’

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The next thing I am looking at buying (I don't know if it is appropriate for boot love) is rye flour and experimenting with rye sourdough.
 
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Dez Choi wrote:my Columbia’s have lasted me nearly a decade of heavy wearing.. now they have a hole in the knee from a barb wire while changing a fence post.. and the rear pockets are ripped but I get by.. they don’t have a model number but they are 32x34..


Unrelated to the glory of boot love...  Maybe someone at the free BB20 event could earn a BB for patching them so they can continue to serve you when the "old" pair is good enough?  
 
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Dez Choi wrote:my Columbia’s have lasted me nearly a decade of heavy wearing.. now they have a hole in the knee from a barb wire while changing a fence post.. and the rear pockets are ripped but I get by.. they don’t have a model number but they are 32x34..


Unrelated to the glory of boot love...  Maybe someone at the free BB20 event could earn a BB for patching them so they can continue to serve you when the "old" pair is good enough?  



Why not both? New pants for everyday wear, and then these one's getting mended for the really dirty/destructive jobs!
 
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I am not a boot, but I wish for a brand new electric golf cart.  2wd.  Straight axle (no lift kit).  Super basic so that it will keep working a long long long time - without needing constant repair (like the fancy stuff with lift kits always need).

Here is what I had on mount spokane that just worked endlessly.  I used it all day every day.

 
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I’m currently looking for a hat to work in for the upcoming spring and summer. I’m wanting something cotton-y, lightweight, and washable. Like a bucket/boonie hat with a decently sized brim for sun protection. :)
 
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paul wheaton wrote:I am not a boot, but I wish for a brand new electric golf cart.  2wd.  Straight axle (no lift kit).  Super basic so that it will keep working a long long long time - without needing constant repair (like the fancy stuff with lift kits always need).

Here is what I had on mount spokane that just worked endlessly.  I used it all day every day.



Not sure how to say this, so I’ll be direct— I would definitely use this! :)
 
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Thanks Matt G for the snacks!
And anonymous for the squash!
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This is Stephen: the shameless, current High Commander of the Boots here. This is my earnest entreaty and humble request for dried fruits. Should anyone find some spare organic...
  • blueberries
  • apricots
  • figs
  • dates
  • pineapple

  • ...or anything else you'd like to contribute to the Boot team along those lines, it would be much appreciated. It's an efficient, tasty way to ensure we're packed full of vitamins over the cold winter months.

    Thank you...!
     
    I agree. Here's the link: http://richsoil.com/cards
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