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Old 09-05-2016, 11:25 AM   #1
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O'Boy. Lately I'm into slow cooking shredded pork and beef. Burritos and Sloppy Joes, it doesn't get any better.
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Old 09-05-2016, 11:31 AM   #2
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O'Boy. Lately I'm into slow cooking shredded pork and beef. Burritos and Sloppy Joes, it doesn't get any better.
Like i said in a previous comment some days ago, "whos got it better than you"
If you want to ship one of those great lookin homemade salami's ya got there, let me know
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You had me at "Beef" Brother.
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O'Boy. Lately I'm into slow cooking shredded pork and beef. Burritos and Sloppy Joes, it doesn't get any better.
You need to know that I use to live on carne asda, shredded beef and carnitas burritos. I no longer can do that. It is the tortillas that cause me problems. I have found burritos are hard to eat without a tortilla.
What I am trying to say is that your home cooked burritos sound so good right now you woulnt' believe me if I told you.!!! It has been two years since my last burrito. My name is Tom and I am an addict.
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I'm getting ever closer to making salami for a business.

I’m consider having a concrete enclosure inserted into the hillside for a Do It Yourself root cellar, where I can get consistent cool temp and humidity. A 10x10 concrete enclosure, and I can ramp up the salami making process and start selling. Maybe in a year or two. I’m getting ready for making salami this Spring, purchased some netting, a humidity meter and have rethought some of the steps for my situation.

This morning I was out picking apples. I filled 3 five gallon buckets of apples (90+ bottles of wine) and tossed them into the 8' deep freezer for wine making, also in the spring. I still have plenty of freezer space so tomorrow another big batch of apples are to be picked. I don't know about the legal aspects of selling wine locally, but $8 to $10 a bottle could get me close to a Ed Brown Special Forces 1911.

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That sounds like a good idea but aren't you going to need a license and your manufacturing facilities be subject to health inspections?
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That sounds like a good idea but aren't you going to need a license and your manufacturing facilities be subject to health inspections?
Yes, likely. I'll be researching that and talking to the county. I've talked to them before, and they seem helpful.
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