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Serrano Ham Project.
One of our young boars supplied the ham. The instructions call for massaging and pressing out any leftover blood; Mori's did an excellent job so there isn't any left when squeezing as per instructions.

Here you see me starting the salting process. That's kosher salt; the next step is very similar to actual koshering of beef which has the same desired outcome, removing any blood left after slaughter, bleeding and butchering.

http://www.sabor-artesano.com/gb/traditional-homemade-ham.htm
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New study reveals that people with higher incomes and better education no longer dominate demand for residential rooftop solar installation.

Some of us will be surprised by this. Although it's an Australian study, I believe the same holds true for North America. What do you think?


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This crazy weather has the plants around here all confused. 

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This is very interesting!

Slumping solar power prices have made the technology seem very profitable for some U.S. utilities. This, as President Trump looks to bring back coal and fossil fuels to the forefront of American power production.

Could this be a new age for solar power?


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My grandma used to tell me that every year her parents kept a journal of planting dates, yields, harvest dates, seed yields, garden diagrams about their gardens.

My question: is there a name for a book like this other than journal?
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