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This just made me go 'huh'...

On the radio news, I just heard that vaccinations of vaccines etc etc. in BC are starting with "those 85 and older"....and "Indigenous people 65 and older"....

 

Which made me immediately wonder.... Why the 20 year age difference? Do indigenous people pass away at an earlier age?

That's all. I just wondered. 😕

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Poem by Anon...imoose. 🍁

"Spring has sprung ~ The grass has ris ~ I wonder where the flowers is? 🌻

As they say, 'The Bird is On The Wing' ~ But that's absurd ~ The Wing is always On The Bird."

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omgomgomgomgomgomg....

it's National (Canada) Potato Day!

Mmmm enjoy your spuds, buddys!

On either side of the border! 🍟

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I went into my kitchen 3 times within a half hour. To turn on the oven, to put a pizza into the oven, and to pull the pizza out of the oven. The whole time, my cat is sleeping on a chair in the adjacent room. The only time she wanted to cuddle was when I went to grab my pizza from the oven.

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^ Yep. Cats happen. 😻

Came back a couple of hours ago, from getting my first vaccine shot.

And so far ..... no growing scales or fur, losing hair, eyesight's fine ..... doo dah.

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Baking My Very First Loaf of Bread, today!

Really easy recipe, that involves a dutch oven, and overnight 'rising.'

Results soon to follow...

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^ Wellll ..... my first loaf had not 'risen' enough, but was still awesome to eat.

(And I froze 1/2 of the loaf, as I will for all three "plain white" breads I create and bake. To "compare.")

My second loaf (today) was bigger, and way more 'spongy' than I like. But it did pay to whisk all the dry ingredients together, before adding the water. Also, I put 1/4 cup more water than usual (1-1/2cups) and the dough was "hard to control," as far as reshaping it for a second rise. And most importantly, this is not a bread to allow overnight rising. I let too many hours go by (12+), when it should have been only 6-8 hours' rising time, as recommended. But still, a great loaf to eat.

Tuesday, I am going to now start it in the morning, and end up baking Bread #3 in late afternoon. Which is probably for the best.

Stay tuned for The Big Finish! 🍞

(And I will have photos to show the differences between the 3 loafs, etc. And I may start The BREAD Thread! here, since I cannot be The Only One who has been baking up loaves during these times, yes? No?)

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I had a nice day, earlier. A friend had organized a picnic get together, for several queers, us included.

Went off great, and I took (2) new loaves of bread to share with others. It was a nice afternoon.

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This was "one of those loaves...." Cheddar and jalapeno, mmmmmmm.

 

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