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Old 27th December 2013, 08:29 PM   #2621
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Time for a seasoned pepper medley. Along with coarse ground black pepper, the dehydrator is full of:

Sweet red pepper
Sweet orange pepper
Celery
Red onion
Yellow onion
Garlic
Carrot
Beet
Parsley
Lime
Tomato

Once dry, they will be ground and run through an oversized sieve to control the granule size.
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Old 6th January 2014, 11:42 PM   #2622
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I added some mustard seed and a couple other things I can't remember right now but here it is. I would guess it is 50% black pepper by weight, so around 1/3 by volume.
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Old 7th January 2014, 05:01 AM   #2623
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Nice! Can you pick out the beets? What is your favourite use case for this medley?
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I could've used this back in high school:
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Nice! Can you pick out the beets? What is your favourite use case for this medley?
The beets really stand out and that's why I use them. When you put the pepper on something moist you get a bright pink spot.

You use this any place you would use ordinary pepper.
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I could've used this back in high school:
What a great idea.
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I added some mustard seed and a couple other things I can't remember right now but here it is. I would guess it is 50% black pepper by weight, so around 1/3 by volume.
It looks like a bag of weed to me. Hope there is no cops on the forum.
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You have have some ****** weed in your neck of the woods if that looks like something to smoke.
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Hehe, once I was out in the country and bought a big bag of dulse from some kid by the side of the road. When I got home I shoved a handful in a baggie and went out to meet some friends at the bar. I was waiting for my friends, sitting by myself with a beer, and I tossed the baggie of seaweed on the table to snack on. Some guy I didn't know started telling me to put it away before a waiter saw it and I got busted! I said, "No, it's OK, it's dulse,", and he said "I know it's dope, you gotta put it away!"

Salt-crusted purple seaweed; that guy had a one-track mind.
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I have got these monsters to plant an a few weeks.
Only three cloves per bulb and I was expecting a lot more so that I could grow about half a dozen plants.
It was two cloves from an expensive elephant garlic bulb.
It had about 10 cloves and I saved a couple and planted them last year.
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