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Cats, Cookies, and Food: meagir131 churchofpoetry Follow grossrabbit fucked o how cooking and baking from scratch is viewed s a luxury..like baking a loaf of bread r whatever is seen as something that only people with money/time can do. I'm not sure why capitalism decided to sell us the idea that e can't make our own damn food bc it's a special expensive thing that's exclusive to wealthy retirees but it's stupid as hell and it makes me angry grossrabbit bread takes like max 4 ingredients counting water and sure it takes a couple hours but 80% of that is just waiting around while it does the thing and you can to other things while it's rising/baking plus im not gonna say baking cured my es down when you're eatin f fresh bread you ijust made yourself., feels like everything's gonna be a little more ok than you thought. it's good. crows-cats-and-cackles Deactivated bread is amazing and it's also been sold to us as something really hard to make? Every time I tell someone I made a loaf of bread I get reactions like "you made it yourself???" and "do you have a bread machine then?" I haven't touched a bread machine in probably 10 years You CAN make your own bread, folks, and it's actually pretty cheap to do so. I believe the most expensive thing I needed for it was the jar of yeast. It was about $6 at the grocery store and lasted me MONTHS (just keep it in the fridge.) The packets are even cheaper. destroy capitalism. bake your own bread. boonbucks-city-beach You can also make your own yeast by making a sourdough starter, so that cuts cost even more. But you have to feed the starter daily/weekly and that means it grows quickly but there are tons do with your excess starter. frecipes online for what Cookies, pretzels, crackers, pancakes, waffles, you name itl unbossed Here's a link to The Home Baking Association's site. It has recipes and tips. petemorwood Make it even easier- "No-Knead Bread", All YOU do is mix the ingredients together and wait until it's time to heat the oven. The yeast does all the rest. it and the finished product. We've made even Here's @dduane's first take more photogenic batches since. Kneading is easy s well: either let vour machine do it, or if you don't want to on don't have one get hands-on, It's like mixing two colours of Plasticine to make a third. Flatten, stretch, fold, half-tun, repeat-it takes about 10 minutes- until the gloopy conglomeration of flour, yeast, salt and water that clings to your hands at the beginning, becomes a compact ball that doesn't stick to things and feels silky-smooth. Here's what before and after look like My Mum used to say that if you were feeling out of sorts with someone, it was good to make bread because you could transfer your annoyance into kneading better for it the dough REALLY WELL, and both you and the bread would Then you put it into a bowl, cover it with cling-film and let it rise until it doubles in size, turn it out and "knock it back (more kneading, until it's getting back to the size it started, this means there won't be huge "is something living in here?" holes in the bread), put it into your loaf-tin or whatever- we've used a reqular oblong tin, a rectangular Pullman tin with a lid, a small glass casserole, an earthenware chicken roaster. You can even use a clean terracotta flowerpot Let the dough rise again untilit's high enough to look like an unbaked but otherwise real loaf, then pop it in the preheated oven. On average we give ours 180 C/355 F for 45-50 minutes. YM (and oven) MV. Here's some of our bread LOUS 19/93/2017 12:18 Here's our default bread recipe-it takes about 3-4 hours from flour jar to cutting board depending on climate (warmer is faster) most of which is rise times and baking, hands-on mixing, kneading and knocking-back is about 20 minutes tops, and less if using a mixer. Here (or indeed any of the other pics) is the finished product. This one was given an egg-w er witht oppy-seeds n dle all the extras were intentional as a "ready for my close-up" alamour shot. I think any shop would be happy to have something this good-looking on their shelf, We're happy to have it on our table Even if your first attempts don't work out quite as welll as you hope, you can always make something like this. rae-napier Deactivated can we have more posts like this future please? this is really useful and could help those who are struggling satyinepu .it's not hard?.........shit... .I always thought it was lazzchan discursivebabe Iove bread 331.128 notes Get that bread!!... out of the oven, it's ready, binch :)
Cats, Cookies, and Food: meagir131 churchofpoetry Follow
 grossrabbit
 fucked
 o how cooking and baking from scratch is viewed
 s a luxury..like
 baking a loaf of bread
 r whatever is seen as something that only people with
 money/time can do. I'm not sure why capitalism decided to sell us the idea that
 e can't make our own damn food bc it's a special expensive thing that's
 exclusive to wealthy retirees but it's stupid as hell and it makes me angry
 grossrabbit
 bread takes like max 4 ingredients counting water and sure it takes a couple
 hours but 80% of that is just waiting around while it does the thing and you can
 to other things while it's rising/baking plus im not gonna say baking cured my
 es
 down when you're eatin
 f fresh bread you ijust made yourself., feels like everything's gonna be a little
 more ok than you thought. it's good.
 crows-cats-and-cackles Deactivated
 bread is amazing and it's also been sold to us as something really hard to
 make? Every time I tell someone I made a loaf of bread I get reactions like "you
 made it yourself???" and "do you have a bread machine then?"
 I haven't touched a bread machine in probably 10 years
 You CAN make your own bread, folks, and it's actually pretty cheap to do so. I
 believe the most expensive thing I needed for it was the jar of yeast. It was
 about $6 at the grocery store and lasted me MONTHS (just keep it in the fridge.)
 The packets are even cheaper.
 destroy capitalism. bake your own bread.
 boonbucks-city-beach
 You can also make your own yeast by making a sourdough starter, so that cuts
 cost even more.
 But you have to feed the starter daily/weekly and that means it grows quickly
 but there are tons
 do with your excess starter.
 frecipes online for what
 Cookies, pretzels, crackers, pancakes, waffles, you name itl
 unbossed
 Here's a link to The Home Baking Association's site. It has recipes and tips.
 petemorwood
 Make it even easier- "No-Knead Bread", All YOU do is mix the ingredients
 together and wait until it's time to heat the oven. The yeast does all the rest.
 it and the finished product. We've made even
 Here's @dduane's first take
 more photogenic batches since.
 Kneading is easy
 s well: either let vour machine do it, or if you don't want to on
 don't have one get hands-on, It's like mixing two colours of Plasticine to make a
 third. Flatten, stretch, fold, half-tun, repeat-it takes about 10 minutes- until the
 gloopy conglomeration of flour, yeast, salt and water that clings to your hands at
 the beginning, becomes a compact ball that doesn't stick to things and feels
 silky-smooth.
 Here's what before and after look like
 My Mum used to say that if you were feeling out of sorts with someone, it was
 good to make bread because you could transfer your annoyance into kneading
 better for it
 the dough REALLY WELL, and both you and the bread would
 Then you put it into a bowl, cover it with cling-film and let it rise until it doubles in
 size, turn it out and "knock it back (more kneading, until it's getting back to the
 size it started, this means there won't be huge "is something living in here?"
 holes in the bread), put it into your loaf-tin or whatever- we've used a reqular
 oblong tin, a rectangular Pullman tin with a lid, a small glass casserole, an
 earthenware chicken roaster.
 You can even use a clean terracotta flowerpot
 Let the dough rise again untilit's high enough to look like an unbaked but
 otherwise real loaf, then pop it in the preheated oven. On average we give ours
 180 C/355 F for 45-50 minutes. YM (and oven) MV.
 Here's some of our bread
 LOUS
 19/93/2017 12:18
 Here's our default bread recipe-it takes about 3-4 hours from flour jar to
 cutting board depending on climate (warmer is faster) most of which is rise times
 and baking, hands-on mixing, kneading and knocking-back is about 20 minutes
 tops, and less if using a mixer.
 Here (or indeed any of the other pics) is the finished product. This one was
 given an egg-w
 er witht oppy-seeds n
 dle
 all the extras
 were intentional as a "ready for my close-up" alamour shot.
 I think any shop would be happy to have something this good-looking on their
 shelf, We're happy to have it on our table
 Even if your first attempts don't work out quite as welll as you hope, you can
 always make something like this.
 rae-napier Deactivated
 can we have more posts like this
 future please? this is really useful and could
 help those who are struggling
 satyinepu
 .it's not hard?.........shit... .I always thought it was
 lazzchan
 discursivebabe
 Iove bread
 331.128 notes
Get that bread!!... out of the oven, it's ready, binch :)

Get that bread!!... out of the oven, it's ready, binch :)

America, New York, and Progressive: TH THE WEALTH OF NATIONS termines the state of propagation in all the different countries which renders it rapidly progressive in the first, slow and 395 ion tals, of the world, in North America, in Europe, and in China; gradual in the second, and altogether stationary in the last.19 the mon of a slave, it has been said, is at the 120 The wear and tear tion ever expence of his master; but that of a free servant is at his own expence. The wear and tear of the latter, however, is, in re- ality, as much at the expence of his master as that of the for- mer. The wages paid to journeymen and servants of every kind must be such as may enable them, one with another, to continue the race of journeymen and servants, according as the increasing, diminishing, or stationary demand of the so- ciety may happen to require. But though the wear and tear of a free servant be equally at the expence of his master, it generally costs him much less than that of a slave. The fund destined for replacing and tear of the slave, is commonly managed by a negligent master or careless overseer. That destined for performing the same office with regard to the free man, is managed by the free man himself. The disorders which generally prevail in the ceconomy of the rich, naturally introduce themselves into the management of the former: The strict frugality and parsimonious attention of the poor as naturally establish themselves in that of the latter. Under such different man- ong ence pe- ng a pro- vide p a hose or repairing, if I may say so, the wear does nand reas- such may d by ld at , the t any agement, the same purpose must require very different de- grees of expence to execute it. It appears, accordingly, from the experience of all ages and nations, I believe, that the work done by freemen comes cheaper in the end than that per- formed by slaves. It is found to do so even at Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, where the wages of common labour are so very high. ower nder- ocked тоper is in other The liberal reward of labour, therefore, as it is the effect men; inhabited From the Wealth of Nations - the work of freeman is cheaper than slave labor.
America, New York, and Progressive: TH
 THE WEALTH OF NATIONS
 termines the state of propagation in all the different countries
 which renders it rapidly progressive in the first, slow and
 395
 ion
 tals,
 of the world, in North America, in Europe, and in China;
 gradual in the second, and altogether stationary in the last.19
 the
 mon
 of a slave, it has been said, is at the
 120
 The wear and tear
 tion
 ever
 expence of his master; but that of a free servant is at his own
 expence. The wear and tear of the latter, however, is, in re-
 ality, as much at the expence of his master as that of the for-
 mer. The wages paid to journeymen and servants of every
 kind must be such as may enable them, one with another, to
 continue the race of journeymen and servants, according as
 the increasing, diminishing, or stationary demand of the so-
 ciety may happen to require. But though the wear and tear
 of a free servant be equally at the expence of his master, it
 generally costs him much less than that of a slave. The fund
 destined for replacing
 and tear of the slave, is commonly managed by a negligent
 master or careless overseer. That destined for performing
 the same office with regard to the free man, is managed by
 the free man himself. The disorders which generally prevail
 in the ceconomy of the rich, naturally introduce themselves
 into the management of the former: The strict frugality and
 parsimonious attention of the poor as naturally establish
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 ld at
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 grees of expence to execute it. It appears, accordingly, from
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 done by freemen comes cheaper in the end than that per-
 formed by slaves. It is found to do so even at Boston, New
 York, and Philadelphia, where the wages of common labour
 are so very high.
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 nder-
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 men;
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From the Wealth of Nations - the work of freeman is cheaper than slave labor.

From the Wealth of Nations - the work of freeman is cheaper than slave labor.

America, Bad, and Complex: Ja 1 hr US Submarines vs. the ISS I can speak from plenty of experience on this one, folks because not only did I serve onboard a Navy Attack Submarine, I now do the QA oversight for their construction. Originally posted by R Is it really within the realm of possibilities that any heavily funded government entity would allow such shoddy construction? Now here's where it gets really freaky. The modern submarine costs the American taxpayers $2.4 Billion to build. And look at how neat and precise everything is. a place for everything and everything in its place. No wires dangling dangerously in the space. No stupid cheap laptop computers used on vital systems. And, all in all, this is what we should expect to see onboard the ISS too... after all, we spent $150 Billion on the ISS. And another thing... the Navy believes in cleanliness.. that's why it builds spaces that are easily accessible for cleaning. Look at the ISS POS... can you imagine getting behind all the wires and stuff in order to swab the deck (mop the floor)? So why doesn't the ISS look like the nuclear subs??? Maybe NASA should start letting the US Navy handle all the space exploration and they can go back to designing movie sets. $150 Billion... are you serious America? Isn't there something else you people could be doing with all that money? Like feeding and housing the poor and providing medical insurance so people don't have to choose between medical insurance and eating! Oh yeah, and one other thing... how come when something breaks on a nuclear submarine the technicians don't have to put on wetsuits and go outside to fix it? Because the US Navy builds all their vessels with the ability to fix or repair components from the INSIDE! I say again, maybe NASA should hook up with the Navy man, and quit looking like a buncha idiots. Take a close look at these photos from a submarine. See any wires or stupid laptops hanging on these walls? ISS If its a hoax it must look complex at least. AI The stupid cheeps need to see a mess to totally rely on the NASA lies without thinking for themselves. "You can tell its real because it looks so fake". Thanks for reveal that inside logic E 3 Like Reply (1h) Edited Multiple issues with this post. Ai 1. Subs aren't designed to be "easily accessible for cleaning. 2. Submarines are designed as a "class," so there are many of them built based on a single design, plus minor modifications within the class. So there is an economy of scale. Build one submarine and it will cost waaaay more since R&D is rolled into the cost of one boat and not an entire class. 3. Building the ISS for a reasonable amount of money requires commercial-grade equipment that is compatible with common computer infrastructures, radio transmission capabilities, and other hardware that can interface with equipment in the US and around the world. Plus, commercial equipment has lots of data on reliability based on being in widespread use by the general public. 4. Things don't get dirty and dusty in a filtered environment. Submarine HVAC units don't have HEPA filters and only condition the air, they don't have filtration. Plus, there isn't much dust on the ISS because- get this- in zero-G, how it it going to settle on anything? 5. Subs don't have to do external repairs...oh wait, they do. Subs don't spend years and years away from maintenance bases unable to tend to external equipment. When something external breaks on deployment and absolutely has to be fixed, divers put on wetsuits and go outside and fix it. The ISS, however, does spend years and years in space unable to pull into a maintenance base. So occasionally, the crew have to suit up and make repairs. If the ISS could just pull into a dry dock every few years, it wouldn't be an issue. Very, very misleading and misinformed post. 9 Like Reply (1h) Edited Ar Ja Wow, this is absolutely ridiculous. 1. While I won't 100 % agree with Rthat they're to easily be cleaned, Submarines (as well as all naval ships) are cleaned multiple times throughout each day. 2. Your logic is sound on making multiple units of a given class as being cheaper, however, who's to say WHAT even went into the making of the ISS? It was never tested on the Earth (unlike EVERYTH ING else ever built by mankind) 3. Commercial based equipment? Have you ever heard of MIL Standards? Naval vessels primarily use MIL Standard grade equipment because it's been designed to withstand more abuse. Why would the ISS chose to equip dding me?1? You DO you with less reliable crtainly wasn't to save money. It what dust is made up of right? Not to mention the amunt of hair, finger d when thor ings and other things that are the air i 5. Of course Submarines at all How ofteen have any of the ihmarine have I an passengers.S s to LOTS of filters, tbreathable by mac nes to keep do external to at wasn t his p0int at al. ow e dINSIDE of Tha rs. perfor Sowed ma the ISS? I'd have to say NFVER, Well, guess what, 100% of the maint INSIDE the on a submarine is har ring operations. The only things that need to plessu dedeke be done externally happen during upkeeps and dry-docks. 3 Like Reply (28m) tDon't forget, in this very high tech and highly Ja sensitive ISS interior, they let fly all sorts of liquids and food and long hair as if it's no big thing. 2 Like Reply (45m) Ja! Don't forget about people dressed up ape costumes! Like Reply (27m) t Ja yep, and the egg they got Ja up there that we're not supposed to ask how he got an egg up there, wink. b 1 Like Reply (26m) Edited Your arguement is bad and you should feel bad. BI Like Reply (35m) GREAT POST!! Ja 1 Like Reply (16m) Globers are crying because they look stupid if they ever refute this post. They are suppressing their feelings. Like- Reply (8m) Still no real proof of plat earth Di Like Reply (1m) The International Space Station is really a Submarine (Since there is no outer space)
America, Bad, and Complex: Ja
 1 hr
 US Submarines vs. the ISS
 I can speak from plenty of experience on this one, folks because not only did
 I serve onboard a Navy Attack Submarine, I now do the QA oversight for
 their construction.
 Originally posted by R
 Is it really within the realm of possibilities that any heavily funded
 government entity would allow such shoddy construction? Now here's where
 it gets really freaky.
 The modern submarine costs the American taxpayers $2.4 Billion to build.
 And look at how neat and precise everything is.
 a place for everything and
 everything in its place. No wires dangling dangerously in the space. No
 stupid cheap laptop computers used on vital systems. And, all in all, this is
 what we should expect to see onboard the ISS too... after all, we spent $150
 Billion on the ISS. And another thing... the Navy believes in cleanliness..
 that's why it builds spaces that are easily accessible for cleaning. Look at the
 ISS POS... can you imagine getting behind all the wires and stuff in order to
 swab the deck (mop the floor)?
 So why doesn't the ISS look like the nuclear subs??? Maybe NASA should
 start letting the US Navy handle all the space exploration and they can go
 back to designing movie sets.
 $150 Billion... are you serious America? Isn't there something else you
 people could be doing with all that money? Like feeding and housing the
 poor and providing medical insurance so people don't have to choose
 between medical insurance and eating!
 Oh yeah, and one other thing... how come when something breaks on a
 nuclear submarine the technicians don't have to put on wetsuits and go
 outside to fix it? Because the US Navy builds all their vessels with the ability
 to fix or repair components from the INSIDE! I say again, maybe NASA
 should hook up with the Navy man, and quit looking like a buncha idiots.
 Take a close look at these photos from a submarine. See any wires or stupid
 laptops hanging on these walls?
 ISS
 If its a hoax it must look complex at least.
 AI
 The stupid cheeps need to see a mess to totally rely on the NASA
 lies without thinking for themselves.
 "You can tell its real because it looks so fake".
 Thanks for reveal that inside logic E
 3
 Like Reply (1h) Edited
 Multiple issues with this post.
 Ai
 1. Subs aren't designed to be "easily accessible for cleaning.
 2. Submarines are designed as a "class," so there are many of them
 built based on a single design, plus minor modifications within the
 class. So there is an economy of scale. Build one submarine and it
 will cost waaaay more since R&D is rolled into the cost of one boat
 and not an entire class.
 3. Building the ISS for a reasonable amount of money requires
 commercial-grade equipment that is compatible with common
 computer infrastructures, radio transmission capabilities, and other
 hardware that can interface with equipment in the US and around
 the world. Plus, commercial equipment has lots of data on reliability
 based on being in widespread use by the general public.
 4. Things don't get dirty and dusty in a filtered environment.
 Submarine HVAC units don't have HEPA filters and only condition
 the air, they don't have filtration. Plus, there isn't much dust on the
 ISS because- get this- in zero-G, how it it going to settle on
 anything?
 5. Subs don't have to do external repairs...oh wait, they do. Subs
 don't spend years and years away from maintenance bases unable
 to tend to external equipment. When something external breaks on
 deployment and absolutely has to be fixed, divers put on wetsuits
 and go outside and fix it. The ISS, however, does spend years and
 years in space unable to pull into a maintenance base. So
 occasionally, the crew have to suit up and make repairs. If the ISS
 could just pull into a dry dock every few years, it wouldn't be an
 issue.
 Very, very misleading and misinformed post.
 9
 Like Reply (1h) Edited
 Ar
 Ja
 Wow, this is
 absolutely ridiculous.
 1. While I won't 100 % agree with Rthat they're to easily be
 cleaned, Submarines (as well as all naval ships) are cleaned
 multiple times throughout each day.
 2. Your logic is sound on making multiple units of a given
 class as being cheaper, however, who's to say WHAT even
 went into the making of the ISS? It was never tested on the
 Earth (unlike EVERYTH ING else ever built by mankind)
 3. Commercial based equipment? Have you ever heard of
 MIL Standards? Naval vessels primarily use MIL Standard
 grade equipment because it's been designed to withstand
 more abuse. Why would the ISS chose to
 equip dding me?1? You DO
 you
 with less reliable
 crtainly wasn't to save money.
 It
 what dust is
 made up of right? Not to mention the amunt of hair, finger
 d when
 thor ings and other things that are
 the air i
 5. Of course Submarines at all How ofteen have any of the
 ihmarine
 have I
 an passengers.S s to LOTS of filters,
 tbreathable
 by mac
 nes to keep
 do external
 to
 at wasn t his p0int at al. ow e dINSIDE of
 Tha
 rs.
 perfor
 Sowed ma
 the ISS? I'd have to say NFVER, Well, guess what, 100% of
 the maint
 INSIDE the
 on a submarine is har
 ring operations. The only things that need to
 plessu
 dedeke
 be done externally happen during upkeeps and dry-docks.
 3
 Like Reply (28m)
 tDon't forget, in this very high tech and highly
 Ja
 sensitive ISS interior, they let fly all sorts of liquids and food and long
 hair as if it's no big thing.
 2
 Like Reply (45m)
 Ja!
 Don't forget about
 people dressed up
 ape costumes!
 Like Reply (27m)
 t Ja
 yep, and the egg they got
 Ja
 up there that we're not supposed to ask how he got an egg up
 there, wink.
 b 1
 Like Reply (26m) Edited
 Your arguement is bad and you should feel bad.
 BI
 Like Reply (35m)
 GREAT POST!!
 Ja
 1
 Like Reply (16m)
 Globers are crying because they look stupid if they
 ever refute this post. They are suppressing their feelings.
 Like- Reply
 (8m)
 Still no real proof of plat earth
 Di
 Like Reply (1m)
The International Space Station is really a Submarine (Since there is no outer space)

The International Space Station is really a Submarine (Since there is no outer space)