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There can be a learning curve to eating well. We buy advertised products and what makes money is what is advertised.

Gullible people respond positively to advertisements/marketing.

 

The rest of us buy what we wanted in the first place.

 

 

..... and often (at least in the grocery business), what is advertised actually loses money, but gets people into the store, where they will generally make impulse purchases that DO make money...... this is known as "loss leader pricing" ...... there's a sucker born every minute: stick with your shopping list.

"Where there is animal worship, there is human sacrifice." - G.K. Chesterton

 

 "What we achieve too easily, we esteem too lightly." - Thomas Burke

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"Where there is animal worship, there is human sacrifice." - G.K. Chesterton

 

 "What we achieve too easily, we esteem too lightly." - Thomas Burke

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post #62 of 63
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Originally Posted by Sutremaine View Post

Do you need to rinse the saurkraut before feeding it? It uses salt as a preservative, after all.


Do YOU rinse YOUR saurkraut when you eat it? Lol wink.pngbig_smile.png

No rinsing for me, in fact, they love it even more the more "potent" it is; if we rinse it, we will essentially rinse out all the great microbes in it.




And you're right, @jimbob86; I don't own a TV lol, so when I send the kids to grandmas, they come home all FULL of great ideas from all the commercials they saw. Guess where they always want to go?

CEREAL. Five dollar boxes of Lucky Charms, and NO they will NOT accept the generic. Lol they don't get it at all, they get oatmeal or granola. wink.png

Pretty sure they're going to die without their Lucky Charms lol wink.png

Add to that, tempting them to go to McDonalds and fill up with yuck because you'll get a $.05 toy. For 5 bucks.

I bet these companies just laugh all the way to the bank. tongue.png
Edited by shortgrass - 1/19/16 at 2:14am
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http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/990759/chickens-in-permaculture

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1008185/lets-talk-relocation

3rd generation of Colorado ranchers, raising organic alfalfa, corn, Red Angus cattle, Suffolk sheep and of course, chickens! Comitted to a lifetime of health without chemicals, I am entirely dependent on what God has given me to nurture soil, plant, and animal. Sharing...
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post #63 of 63
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Originally Posted by shortgrass View Post

Do YOU rinse YOUR saurkraut when you eat it? Lol wink.pngbig_smile.png
No, but I do scoop it onto some loo roll to dry it out a little. There's too much free liquid otherwise.

In that case I guess they'll be fine with the odd bit of sauerkraut.
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