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Can you talk turkey?

How much do you REALLY know about turkeys?

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Not much, 8 and two were a guess.

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After a year on this site a lot

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12 outa 20 I must be a turkey

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12 outa 20 I must be a turkey
I bow to your turkeyness,9 of 20

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Damn! You guys really know your turkey facts. I only got 3 out 20.

We're deep frying our Tom this year. Can't wait!

First, some deep fried twinkies, then the Turkey, then the Oreos!

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Feathered friends, I got 12.

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11 out of 20. And to think I get these things in my yard all the time.

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domestic turkey is like eating corn, and corn by-products. force fed to fatten, and then slaughtered. (don't get me started on grain (corn) fed beef)

Archer Daniels Midland, and Carghill (the Industrial Food Chain!!) thank you for keeping them in business...

look up the agricultural food bills that are only coporate welfare. Family farms see NOTHING!

reference:
http://www.michaelpollan.com/omnivore.php

"IN DEFENSE OF FOOD
Michael Pollan. Penguin Press, $21.95 (232p) ISBN 978-1-59420-145-5

In his hugely influential treatise The Omnivore's Dilemma, Pollan traced a direct line between the industrialization of our food supply and the degradation of the environment. His new book takes up where the previous work left off. Examining the question of what to eat from the perspective of health, this powerfully argued, thoroughly researched and elegant manifesto cuts straight to the chase with a maxim that is deceptively simple: "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants." But as Pollan explains, "food" in a country that is driven by "a thirty-two billion-dollar marketing machine" is both a loaded term and, in its purest sense, a holy grail."


Read it if you dare. it WILL change your life. Read it only if you want to save your life.

I was at a one of his talks last week in Maine, moving and passionate.

My wife and I went off the industrial food chain in august '08. the only things we buy at the "grocery store" are toilet paper, and wine.

All of our meats are purchased at a local farm, where they are all 100% grass fed, and within 10 miles of my house.

Beef, Pork, Chicken, Duck, Veal and Lamb. all local, and all fed grass.

We go to 2-3 farmers markets a week, and only buy what is in season. I have 9 cold frames out, and we are still harvesting brussel sprouts, broccoli, carrots, and cold tolerant lettuce and spinach. I am in zone 4, (Maine) and I am making it work.

My wife and I both work 40+ hours a week, and purchase NO prepared food. We make pasta from scratch, as well as homemade breads and rolls. We went through the cupboards and tossed all of the corn, and corn supplements (malto dextrin, xantham gum, high fructose corn syrup), as well as soy (another subsidized commodity crop).

and anything that is hydrogenated...ANYTHING! including frigging crisco.
(margarine is only one molecule away from plastic, but "they" claim it is good for you, or at least better than the evil butter. (BULLSHIT)

There IS a HUGE difference between nutrition, and food.

IMPORTANT:
"Eat food, not too much, mostly plants."

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I managed 13, with a few educated guesses. Then again I probably cheated, since my ancestors came over on the Mayflower so they were actually at the first Thanksgiving.

As for the other comments, we've been trying to minimize consumption of high fructose corn syrup, but it's in everything out there.

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19/20 What can I say?

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I managed 13, with a few educated guesses. Then again I probably cheated, since my ancestors came over on the Mayflower so they were actually at the first Thanksgiving.

As for the other comments, we've been trying to minimize consumption of high fructose corn syrup, but it's in everything out there.

It is not in the stuff I grow in the garden...........

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domestic turkey is like eating corn, and corn by-products. force fed to fatten, and then slaughtered. (don't get me started on grain (corn) fed beef)

Archer Daniels Midland, and Carghill (the Industrial Food Chain!!) thank you for keeping them in business...

look up the agricultural food bills that are only coporate welfare. Family farms see NOTHING!

reference:
http://www.michaelpollan.com/omnivore.php

"IN DEFENSE OF FOOD
Michael Pollan. Penguin Press, $21.95 (232p) ISBN 978-1-59420-145-5

In his hugely influential treatise The Omnivore's Dilemma, Pollan traced a direct line between the industrialization of our food supply and the degradation of the environment. His new book takes up where the previous work left off. Examining the question of what to eat from the perspective of health, this powerfully argued, thoroughly researched and elegant manifesto cuts straight to the chase with a maxim that is deceptively simple: "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants." But as Pollan explains, "food" in a country that is driven by "a thirty-two billion-dollar marketing machine" is both a loaded term and, in its purest sense, a holy grail."


Read it if you dare. it WILL change your life. Read it only if you want to save your life.

I was at a one of his talks last week in Maine, moving and passionate.

My wife and I went off the industrial food chain in august '08. the only things we buy at the "grocery store" are toilet paper, and wine.

All of our meats are purchased at a local farm, where they are all 100% grass fed, and within 10 miles of my house.

Beef, Pork, Chicken, Duck, Veal and Lamb. all local, and all fed grass.

We go to 2-3 farmers markets a week, and only buy what is in season. I have 9 cold frames out, and we are still harvesting brussel sprouts, broccoli, carrots, and cold tolerant lettuce and spinach. I am in zone 4, (Maine) and I am making it work.

My wife and I both work 40+ hours a week, and purchase NO prepared food. We make pasta from scratch, as well as homemade breads and rolls. We went through the cupboards and tossed all of the corn, and corn supplements (malto dextrin, xantham gum, high fructose corn syrup), as well as soy (another subsidized commodity crop).

and anything that is hydrogenated...ANYTHING! including frigging crisco.
(margarine is only one molecule away from plastic, but "they" claim it is good for you, or at least better than the evil butter. (BULLSHIT)

There IS a HUGE difference between nutrition, and food.

IMPORTANT:
"Eat food, not too much, mostly plants."
Hey Mark - I'm guessing you would also agree with this quote from Anthelme Brillat-Savarin who wrote in 1826:

"Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es." [Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are].

Amy and I got off all that crap about 5 years ago. If I was to eat any fried food now I would literally shit my pants in about 30 minutes. Salt puts me into a coma - and we won't even consider consuming high fructose corn syrup or anything made from refined flour. Restaurant food is not even a possibility these days.

While it is just about impossible to grow our own in the desert we hit the local farmer's market frequently and are fortunate enough to be able to buy mostly organic.

It has made a huge difference in our weight and health.

Keep up the rant as long as you want.

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10/20 here.

I just counted the correct answers, I did not go back to see what the correct answers were to the ones I missed So I don't know any more about turkeys now than I did before I took this quiz.

It's starting to seem like I don't even care.

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Hey Mark - I'm guessing you would also agree with this quote from Anthelme Brillat-Savarin who wrote in 1826:

"Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es." [Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are].

Amy and I got off all that crap about 5 years ago. If I was to eat any fried food now I would literally shit my pants in about 30 minutes. Salt puts me into a coma - and we won't even consider consuming high fructose corn syrup or anything made from refined flour. Restaurant food is not even a possibility these days.

While it is just about impossible to grow our own in the desert we hit the local farmer's market frequently and are fortunate enough to be able to buy mostly organic.

It has made a huge difference in our weight and health.

Keep up the rant as long as you want.

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Can be started in any season.
Produces 5 times the harvest of a conventional garden.
Can be done by those with physical or mental limitations. If getting down is a problem, raise the boxes to a wheelchair level.
Makes a great family project, all ages can participate - kids love to garden. "

I have some pics of my SFG, and will post them tonight. I have critter cages built over them to keep out the animals.
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The only 2 things I know about turkeys is how to eat them and how cool they look in the woods!

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http://www.squarefootgardening.com/

Hit this link. This will work anywhere. He goes all around the world (3rd world too) teaching them how to grow their own vegetables in inhospitable places.



"IMPROVEMENTS OVER OTHER METHODS

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Uses much less water; only about 20% compared to conventional gardening.
No fertilizers or pesticides to handle -- it's all natural
The planting method requires no thinning and very few seeds.
All the hard work has been removed in the Square Foot method - only the enjoyable part remains.
Can be started in any season.
Produces 5 times the harvest of a conventional garden.
Can be done by those with physical or mental limitations. If getting down is a problem, raise the boxes to a wheelchair level.
Makes a great family project, all ages can participate - kids love to garden. "

I have some pics of my SFG, and will post them tonight. I have critter cages built over them to keep out the animals.
Won't work here unfortunately - we've got Javelinas and they would tear that apart in about two minutes... They are generally pretty low key but when it comes to food they can rip apart anything short of welded steel. They can also EAT just about anything - they LOVE to chow on prickly pear cactus - spines and all.

Although THEY are very tasty with a nice spice rub grilled over charcoal!

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TURDUCKEN is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Nice Breasts! Awh come on guys get your mind out of the gutter, I am talking about the bird!


What is the difference, taste-wise, from a wild Turkey to the one's we buy in the store?

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