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  1. It's going to have the classic mealy texture, and literally absorb any gravy on the plate. Personally I like the breast around 155, and the thighs 170ish.

  2. I heard 145 was the magic number (except for poultry which I usually take to 160)

  3. You add salt based on the weight of your veggies. Lets say its 3%. Then you make brine: water weight + 3% salt. Then you add as much brine as you want to the veggies. This exact mash ferment had no water/brine added.

  4. I was taught that it’s by weight of the veggies if you add directly to them (eg adding salt to cabbage when making kimchi) however it’s by weight of the water if making a brine regardless of the weight of the veggies (that are added to the brine later).

  5. It’s supposed to be the weight of the system.

  6. I'm sorry, but did he smack and grab her butt??

  7. From what I understand, the drug companies won't sign off on using their drugs for executions. But that shouldn't affect the use of nitrogen or helium.

  8. Drug companies don’t need to sign it off, millions of prescriptions a day are written for “off label” use of different types of medicines

  9. No its not... if I tell you the price of something and you buy it for the price i said thats not me ripping you off.. you paid it..

  10. Say that sentence again from an American context and see if it makes sense. You can only imagine the outcry if Americans were doing this to tourists.

  11. Look at the trees on the left and the falcon, nothing is in focus. I don't think a blurry picture is in abstract view

  12. Yes, you really need at least some experience for a spinnaker race otherwise you will be in the way and probably not asked/allowed back on that boat. Non-spinnaker races can still be competitive, especially on the upwind legs, but generally the race series is less important overall so it's more social and thus the skippers will be more tolerant of newbies.

  13. Thanks. Eastsail seem to offer their 5 day RYA competent crew course for $200 cheaper than flying fish. Is FF a better course? If I’m going to spend that much I’d rather get the best course possible (but happy to pay less!)

  14. I used to be very complimentary of EastSail but they have changed management and lost most of their longtime staff, so I'm unsure if that good reputation remains justified. Flying Fish has an excellent reputation also and if more convenient to you on the north shore, I wouldn't hesitate to choose them.

  15. Thanks, done! As an aside, Im thinking of buying a share sometime in a boat. How much experience do you think I need to sail my own 40 foot yacht. competent crew? day skipper? Nothing but just need the right experience?

  16. A) when offered the choice always take the “she’ll jacket “😉 B) if the fleece is removable, then that can be convenient. If not, no, take the shell, you can always wear a fleece. They key is flexibility.

  17. yep, in this part of the world layering is nearly always the way to go for outdoor sports

  18. I’m thinking of buying this jacket as an outer layer. If I get the fleeced lined version, will I be too hot in summer? It doesn’t look super warm, but I live in Australia.

  19. I’m trying to choose between a shell jacket and a shell jacket that has a face lining. I live in Australia. What would you recommend?

  20. People forget they used slave labor to build the stuff for the world cup. Literal fucking modern day slaves.

  21. No one has forgotten that why do you think everyone is saying boycott Qatar?

  22. I'll fill you in. He said he knew the guy who drives the car and his name, said he also drives like how he parks.

  23. I bet your private searches aren't much better.. Haven't even looked at it. Probably won't.

  24. Yep, zebra shark I think?

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