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Feb 13, 2019 11:32 |  #23956

GibJock wrote in post #18810209 (external link)
Ewes are making me hungry. Lamb hot-pot anyone?

Doesn't sound Keto friendly.


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Feb 13, 2019 11:36 |  #23957

Chet wrote in post #18810311 (external link)
Doesn't sound Keto friendly.

Who’s Keto and why doesn’t (s)he like eating sheep?


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Feb 13, 2019 11:38 |  #23958

GibJock wrote in post #18810313 (external link)
Who’s Keto and why doesn’t (s)he like eating sheep?


Keto is a "diet" 20% protein, 75% good fats and 15% carbs. Nothing wrong with sheep, and if sheep if a fatty ass meat, it's even better.


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Feb 13, 2019 14:34 |  #23959

Chet wrote in post #18810314 (external link)
Keto is a "diet" 20% protein, 75% good fats and 15% carbs. Nothing wrong with sheep, and if sheep if a fatty ass meat, it's even better.

Thanks Chet, you'd get overweight on that diet, eating way more than required 20%+75%+15% = 110%  :p


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Feb 13, 2019 15:02 |  #23960

GibJock wrote in post #18810402 (external link)
Thanks Chet, you'd get overweight on that diet, eating way more than required 20%+75%+15% = 110%  :p

Carbs supposed to be 5% :(


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Feb 13, 2019 17:01 as a reply to  @ Chet's post |  #23961

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Feb 13, 2019 19:08 |  #23962

Chet wrote in post #18810428 (external link)
Carbs supposed to be 5% :(

All my cars are fuel injected so no carbs.


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Feb 13, 2019 21:17 |  #23963

Sheep are fatty hunks of deliciousness.

Carbs are pretty necessary. Need them to make things go! Even modern "no-carb" models still use a simple form of the things.


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Feb 13, 2019 21:52 |  #23964

Jill-of-all-Trades wrote in post #18810608 (external link)
Sheep are fatty hunks of deliciousness.

Carbs are pretty necessary. Need them to make things go! Even modern "no-carb" models still use a simple form of the things.


Where did folks get their carbs from before the 20th century? Most fruits weren't available till fall, proteins, seeds and veggies were most abundant. Your body produces what it needs, ;)


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Feb 14, 2019 09:11 |  #23965

Jill-of-all-Trades wrote in post #18810608 (external link)
Sheep are fatty hunks of deliciousness.

Carbs are pretty necessary. Need them to make things go! Even modern "no-carb" models still use a simple form of the things.

THat's not a carb though, it's a throttle body. Very different beast. No mixing of fuel and air.


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Feb 14, 2019 09:16 |  #23966

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Where did folks get their carbs from before the 20th century? Most fruits weren't available till fall, proteins, seeds and veggies were most abundant. Your body produces what it needs, ;)

Grains, wheat, corn, oats, rice, barley, beans and the biggest one of all, beer and wine.


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Feb 16, 2019 06:50 |  #23967

gjl711 wrote in post #18810876 (external link)
Grains, wheat, corn, oats, rice, barley, beans and the biggest one of all, beer and wine.

Sounds like a menu at a party for vegans.


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Feb 16, 2019 22:41 |  #23968

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THat's not a carb though, it's a throttle body. Very different beast. No mixing of fuel and air.

A throttle body is a carb without the fuel. The fuel entry point just keeps moving further downstream from the throttle plate.


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Feb 27, 2019 21:51 |  #23969

10 day kill, that was some bad cooking. :oops:

Responded to a house fire today. Call came in about 10:15 am for a fully engulfed structure fire, half way across town from the hall. (Small town, 5000 people) Three departments called in.

Our guys were there quite quickly. Two entered through the front door, headed to the kitchen at the back of the house. About 10 feet in, the floor collapsed under them. Wally ended up in the basement, Steadman managed to not go right down. Mayday called. RIT team was in place in front of the house. They put a folding attic ladder down to him and he was able to crawl/climb out, was sent straight to the hospital. He's been released and cleared of injuries (I imagine he's pretty bruised).

The whole kitchen and most of the living room fell into the basement. Fire was put out before it got through the roof. Single story with full basement. The Camaro in the garage was unharmed.

The cause of the fire is not good for some people. A company was there installing a water heater in the basement. They were drilling a hole through the brick from the outside and caught the floor joists on fire. It looks like it was fairly extensive before they noticed. And since it was the floor joists that burned first, the floor had no strength left.

I didn't know who the homeowners were, until their son showed up. I used to work with him.

Everyone got out in time. The prized car was ok. A cabinet full of important documents, family heirlooms, and jewelry were saved.


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Feb 27, 2019 22:48 |  #23970

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10 day kill, that was some bad cooking. :oops:

Responded to a house fire today. Call came in about 10:15 am for a fully engulfed structure fire, half way across town from the hall. (Small town, 5000 people) Three departments called in.

Our guys were there quite quickly. Two entered through the front door, headed to the kitchen at the back of the house. About 10 feet in, the floor collapsed under them. Wally ended up in the basement, Steadman managed to not go right down. Mayday called. RIT team was in place in front of the house. They put a folding attic ladder down to him and he was able to crawl/climb out, was sent straight to the hospital. He's been released and cleared of injuries (I imagine he's pretty bruised).

The whole kitchen and most of the living room fell into the basement. Fire was put out before it got through the roof. Single story with full basement. The Camaro in the garage was unharmed.

The cause of the fire is not good for some people. A company was there installing a water heater in the basement. They were drilling a hole through the brick from the outside and caught the floor joists on fire. It looks like it was fairly extensive before they noticed. And since it was the floor joists that burned first, the floor had no strength left.

I didn't know who the homeowners were, until their son showed up. I used to work with him.

Everyone got out in time. The prized car was ok. A cabinet full of important documents, family heirlooms, and jewelry were saved.

Very sorry the house was lost, but very glad no one was seriously injured.


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