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  • One Pot Wonder - Tomato Basil Spaghetti Recipe

    excellent video!! i make this dish once or twice a month but after the second time making it i started using canned diced tomatoes. my daughter prefers it that way but i like it with diced Roma tomatoes. i usually add a different meat each time, anything from sweet Italian sausage that's already cooked and chopped, to whatever ground meat might be in the freezer. if you place the cherry tomatoes between two plate you can run a knife between the plates and cut them all at once.

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  • james.l.stephens.33 commented on Spaceman Spiff's instructable How To Eat Deer Corn8 months ago
    How To Eat Deer Corn

    i worked in a feed mill where we made chicken feed for the folks raising poultry for Conagra about 20 years ago. the only thing they looked for was a fungus or mold that could potentially kill all the chickens on a farm in one feeding. corn came in on train cars except during the harvest when the grain hauling trucks would line up for testing. i saw the corn ground into meal by the ton and i could not tell any difference between that corn meal and store bought. our corn meal was probably higher in bug parts, rat droppings, pigeons, gloves, hats, and boots than commercial grind but chickens don't mind. i stopped eating corn and chicken for a while after working there. if you only ate the feed corn you could become malnourished over time, as someone else said Nixtamalization will rel...see more »i worked in a feed mill where we made chicken feed for the folks raising poultry for Conagra about 20 years ago. the only thing they looked for was a fungus or mold that could potentially kill all the chickens on a farm in one feeding. corn came in on train cars except during the harvest when the grain hauling trucks would line up for testing. i saw the corn ground into meal by the ton and i could not tell any difference between that corn meal and store bought. our corn meal was probably higher in bug parts, rat droppings, pigeons, gloves, hats, and boots than commercial grind but chickens don't mind. i stopped eating corn and chicken for a while after working there. if you only ate the feed corn you could become malnourished over time, as someone else said Nixtamalization will release the nutrients locked in the corn that we can't access otherwise and the lye soak and repeated rinse might take care of other nasty stuff that may have been sprayed on. grind some of that for hominy grits and it will keep you alive for a long time.

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