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duluthralphie

Dux eradication specialist
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5 Years
Jul 11, 2014
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Glad to hear the tree turkeys survived. I'd freak if mine decided to spend the night in a tree. But then again, I worry when they get muddy feet. I wanted to put them in rain slickers & muck boots the other day. I'm jealous of the Chantix turkeys wardrobe. I worry about them when I'm out of town. Sigh.....I'm pathetic.
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OneMountainAcres

Smothered in Feathers
6 Years
May 14, 2013
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Garlic huh? I can't eat it raw. May try the sock thing. Do you just stick cloves in your socks? Or rub it on your feet? I've also heard vicks on your feet with socks could help. Don't need to get sick. Have to travel next week. Anyone near Austin TX?
I'm sipping lemon water with honey. Curled up in bed with the coonhound. Who is the perfect footwarmer. Besides killing varmints in the yard...he doubles as a full body heating pad. What more could I ask for!
Same thing, cut up the cloves then put them in your socks for the night. Garlic can be hard to eat raw but the saltine crackers take the bite away. You can eat the smallest piece of garlic with each cracker till it's gone.
 

CindyinSD

Crossing the Road
Aug 3, 2018
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Same thing, cut up the cloves then put them in your socks for the night. Garlic can be hard to eat raw but the saltine crackers take the bite away. You can eat the smallest piece of garlic with each cracker till it's gone.
I pickle it. Pickled garlic is yummy raw... just be careful not to overdo it. People who get near will still notice that you've been eating raw garlic.
 
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OneMountainAcres

Smothered in Feathers
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May 14, 2013
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Central, PA
I'm not eating garlic. I can't do it. Now I'm wondering if I have the flu. I did get my shot. Just feel terrible.
I hope you feel better soon. We don't do the flu shot, ever. We tend to get sick, eat garlic, then it goes away pretty fast, a day or two at most usually. Everyone around us that gets the shot always seems to get the most sick :confused:
 

shawluvsbirds

Lord luv a Duck!
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Apr 17, 2017
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Garlic huh? I can't eat it raw. May try the sock thing. Do you just stick cloves in your socks? Or rub it on your feet? I've also heard vicks on your feet with socks could help. Don't need to get sick. Have to travel next week. Anyone near Austin TX?
I'm sipping lemon water with honey. Curled up in bed with the coonhound. Who is the perfect footwarmer. Besides killing varmints in the yard...he doubles as a full body heating pad. What more could I ask for!
Yours will lay at your feet? 💁
Not Mason. If we let him in the bed he wants to be right between us where he can steal my pillow and then stretch his legs out stiff as a board keeping the dh on his side of the bed for a change :lau
My old terrier dog used to do the exact same thing. Lately he's been doing a lot of things she used to do. It's almost uncanny. Even the dh commented about it before I ever said anything.
He rolled his eyes and said. .
Flipping great. Daisy is back. . only triple the size. :barnie:lau
 
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