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Food / Re: Capers
« Last post by kimberlygretchen on February 18, 2021, 12:50:33 PM »
Well, the price is right.

I believe Capers, by definition, are pickled, no?

No.

I use them in my Italiian Dressing and my Marinade for King Mackerel.

And once I used them to knock up some Tartar Sauce when I ran out of the store bought stuff.
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Food / Re: Capers
« Last post by Book_meister on February 17, 2021, 10:06:36 PM »
Changed this thread so it is not associated with the pineapple thread. 
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Food / Re: Pineapple technique
« Last post by Book_meister on February 17, 2021, 09:02:55 PM »
What do you know about capers?  I bought a jar at the source that sells Amazon and Target stuff that has been returned or culled.  Bought a pint of small capers, they look to be pickled.  Looked them up on the net.  Seems there are quite a few ways to use them with other foods.  Paid just a $1 and they don't expire til 2023. 

David

Well, the price is right.

I believe Capers, by definition, are pickled, no?

I use them in my Italiian Dressing and my Marinade for King Mackerel.

And once I used them to knock up some Tartar Sauce when I ran out of the store bought stuff.

A video of knocking up Tartar Sauce might be banned.


Capers come from caper bushes they are the unopened flowers.  They are usually pickled but not always
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Food / Re: Pineapple technique
« Last post by kimberlygretchen on February 17, 2021, 08:51:43 PM »
What do you know about capers?  I bought a jar at the source that sells Amazon and Target stuff that has been returned or culled.  Bought a pint of small capers, they look to be pickled.  Looked them up on the net.  Seems there are quite a few ways to use them with other foods.  Paid just a $1 and they don't expire til 2023. 

David

Well, the price is right.

I believe Capers, by definition, are pickled, no?

I use them in my Italiian Dressing and my Marinade for King Mackerel.

And once I used them to knock up some Tartar Sauce when I ran out of the store bought stuff.
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Food / Capers
« Last post by Book_meister on February 17, 2021, 08:40:29 PM »
Bought a pint of them for $1 at one of my sources.  They don't expire til 2023  They are small about the size of peas or smaller. Read a bit about them.  Any experience with capers?

David
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Food / Re: Pineapple technique
« Last post by Book_meister on February 17, 2021, 08:29:04 PM »
What do you know about capers?  I bought a jar at the source that sells Amazon and Target stuff that has been returned or culled.  Bought a pint of small capers, they look to be pickled.  Looked them up on the net.  Seems there are quite a few ways to use them with other foods.  Paid just a $1 and they don't expire til 2023. 

David
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Open Discussion / Re: Where to Invade Next
« Last post by hoodatsaydat on February 13, 2021, 07:52:41 PM »
Wi stil mis Mik  ;o /

I agree. I didn't often agree with Mike but he made me think.
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Open Discussion / Re: Where to Invade Next
« Last post by dunkie on February 05, 2021, 03:14:47 PM »
Wi stil mis Mik  ;o / 



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Candy, Barry's wife passed away.  He is a major 45 seller of northern soul, popcorn, etc.
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Open Discussion / Re: Buddhism
« Last post by Tim on December 03, 2020, 06:00:29 PM »
Question: Wasn’t the Buddha a joyous and light person?

Thanissaro Bhikkhu: Yes, after his awakening. Before his awakening, it was a different matter. As he once said, there were two qualities that allowed him to become awakened. The first was not being content with the level of skill he had reached. In other words, if he realized that there was something better, a more skillful way to act, he would go for it. The second quality was his determination that if he saw any unskillful qualities in his mind he would put them out, just as he would put out a fire on his head. Ajaan Suwat used to make a comparison with eating. When you are finished a meal, you can sit back and relax. But as long as you’re hungry, you have to do everything that you can to get food.
https://www.dhammatalks.org/.../KarmaOfM.../Section0006.html
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