Country Living Series

Saturday, April 22, 2017

How to live "green"

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled "Want to live 'green'? Grow some watermelons."


Some people celebrate "Earth Day." We celebrate "Live your regular life day."

6 comments:

  1. These government-indoctrinated fools worship the creation but reject the Creator. Their final words will be, ‘Beam me up, Scotty. Scotty…?’

    Montana Guy

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  2. I am overflowing with chicken eggs right now and I offered some to my sister. She replied, "No I prefer to buy them in the store so I don't have to think about where they came from." Oh and surprise surprise...she is a flaming liberal.

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    1. Bwahahaha. Okay, that's funny.

      - Patrice

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  3. For those with an overflow of eggs and freezers. I freeze the extra eggs from my ducks. Put in a cup and lightly scramble. Pour into an ice tray. Freeze. When frozen, pop the cubes out and put into a zipper freezer bag and back into the freezer. One of my duck eggs equals 3 ice cubes. When I need to bake, I take out the number needed and let thaw. Stir a little and use. They keep well and cook great.

    Another funny, I had someone tell me that they wanted brown eggs because they are farm raised whereas the white eggs are from commercial facilities. Didn't try to correct them.

    Scrubbie

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  4. A woman offered me pears. I offered her eggs. She screeched about, saying she hated those awful golden yolks from chickens in people's yards. I didn't think she was ever going to stop her hysterical rant. She prefers paler yolks. I said, "Oh, you prefer to eat eggs without Omeaga3, the nutrient used to prevent and treat heart attacks? She said she would buy a pill. Crazy woman, very conservative, God-fearing. We were at a church dinner.

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  5. We're planning on getting chickens this year. I wasn't planning on butchering them myself. I'd hire a mobile butcher for that. The boss has already told me otherwise. The chickens will get names and be treated as pets. Chickens can live 8 years. It looks like I will have to BURY my chickens 8 years from now.

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