John Polk wrote:For best results, freeze your lard overnight. Then use one of those box type cheese graters (course side) to grate your lard.
Once it has been mixed, divide in half. Put top half in freezer while you work the bottom half.
Remember, you want the lard still solid when you put it in the oven !!
James Landreth wrote:I'm one of the few people who would advocate for more, rather than less, land...
Tyler Ludens wrote:
Jocelyn Campbell wrote:inflammatory foods are linked to the deterioration in the brain
My dad has moderate Alzheimer's but appears to have improved while taking Theracurmin, a concentrated form of curcumin, the "active ingredient" in Turmeric. It's difficult to eat enough Turmeric to get the same effect, unless one lives on Indian food (yummmmm), so for ease of ingestion, my dad's physician recommended Theracurmin. Curcumin is an anti-inflammatory.
Nina Jay wrote:In response to Gail Gardner's wish for charts for other countries that speak and write their own versions of English:
A very unofficial table, based on my experiences.
Dan Boone wrote:"They say" that tick disease is most likely to be caught from a tick that latches on and goes undetected for multiple hours, or especially 24 hours or more.