Discussion in 'Good Eats' started by Frogleg, Aug 25, 2018.
Hard to leave those chicken skid marks on em though.
I thought it would be something you would tow behind a truck.
At first I thought it was absurd but they're growing on me. Mine is on a slab with a hurricane fence around somit ain't moving.
Yeah, it was essentially like that. Those chickens could destroy a patch of grass in about a week, dirt and shit was left. Then i'd move it to a fresh patch.
So it's also a mobile lawnmower. No I gotta have one.
The chickens will provide the fertilizer.
My favorite farmer, ever. Dude flat knows his shit.
It stands to reason that anything in the super sold out on the shelves can survive in the pantry. Anything sold in the refer, needs to be in the refer. There really are only a few items that if opened, need to be fridged. The insistence on putting shelf items in the fridge are mostly for long-term preservation.
I know people who even keep Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce in the fridge.