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  2. They are supposed to arrive tomorrow. Let’s see if they actually make it first.
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  4. Do you have to send back the old ones which were hard to start?
  5. Pretty slick unit which can be remotely turned off, and has a very effective CO2 sensor. Here is a cool video with the unit's features.
  6. If I were to (maybe) sell 2 of these (new in box) who might be interested? I don't know what's involved in terms of cost to ship a 85 pound box... but I am curious if anyone would even be interested. Looks as if they are $1100 new now... and relatively easy to get. Testing the waters.
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  8. I do use oil and salt, not really care about gluten free or not. Plastics are no go in food storage but realistically it is almost impossible to avoid them totally. Do the best you can, certainly don't use them in microwave.
  9. Plastic has no salt, oil, or calories so it's ok. It's even gluten free in case you're one of those people.
  10. Sold.. Guy flying in from Chicago and riding it back. Crazy bastidge. It's a sad day, but like my buddy says.. "It's just a fucking motorcycle, dude"
  11. NeXXt 2004. Full size version...
  12. What’s the story with that one?
  13. Not mine, but a very recent ad on Craigslist, specifically the Northwest Chicago 'burbs Parts
  14. LOL, that's what I say about the Breville. Note that large sweet potatoes still need to be cut, but a Russet goes right in. Oh, and we use only the 1/8" attachments for both, air fryers don't do thick fries well. I should have mentioned before, since there are options to buy different attachments.
  15. Go Big or Go Home - appreciate the link. Purchased.
  16. I saw someone doing that with a flexible exhaust tube section. His "logic" for doing so was painful.
  17. You'll want to read this. Nutritional yeast also has great uses in flavoring, because it imparts a cheese-like tang. I'll post about its uses at some point. I actually make a WFPB 'gas station cheez sauce" with it, for those days when you want to feel like you are eating total junk. Also Taco Bell "meat" recipe. https://nutritionfacts.org/2021/09/14/the-effects-of-nutritional-yeast-for-cancer/?utm_source=NutritionFacts.org&utm_campaign=20d44878be-RSS_BLOG_DAILY&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_40f9e497d1-20d44878be-28710906&mc_cid=20d44878be&mc_eid=6bf37ade4d
  18. So, I wonder how long it will take the owner of that last bike (extended swing-arm) to realize you can't bolt the exhaust can to the swing-arm, if you are still running a shock? 🙄
  19. I linked to mine, and I'm not super picky on brands, but have found that oil based raises my D levels much better than tablets.
  20. I have a high end, really big cutter, and a small, multi-purpose "everything" cuber. The big one is huge and you may hate that about it. Super effective at big batches and even can do sweet potatoes which we love (and are VERY nutritious). The small cubing thing is worth having and I use it a lot. Slightly cut onions and put them in the cuber...tiny onion bits. Onions are super nutritious also and so low in calories. Use the shit out of them. Moriah wants them to be super tiny and soft. That one also does fries decently, but you have to use smaller potatoes or cut them. We do a lot of the middle-size yellow potatoes. You can't fit a Russet in it. Love this and recommend it a lot: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0764HS4SL/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 This is the monster: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00VSH9FHI/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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