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2021-06-11 4:41:07 PM  
I would like my malt fire-roasted with a less gross fuel, please.
 
2021-06-11 4:45:53 PM  
I might try a sip of that, but no way I could finnish it


/I'll show myself out
 
2021-06-11 4:56:53 PM  

johnny_vegas: I might try a sip of that, but no way I could finnish it


there's some yayhoo somewhere who lapps it up.


/holds the door
 
2021-06-11 5:14:55 PM  

elvisaintdead: johnny_vegas: I might try a sip of that, but no way I could finnish it

there's some yayhoo somewhere who lapps it up.


/holds the door


Sounds like Hell. Stinki.
 
2021-06-11 5:31:02 PM  
the puns, the puns! en-plaisir continuez, I love it!!

but, eh, how different is this to that cat-butt covfefe, or isinglass, or beaver anal glands, or carmine/cochineal.

also isn't such as bovine dung was/still-is a major cooking+heating fuel source in a lot of places?

lol, when I was in the desert, we'd cut the bottom off a 55gal steel drum, fill it with sand, soak it with diesel fuel, set it on fire and cook over it, sleep around it. now that seems healthy!
 
2021-06-11 5:32:01 PM  
as always, it hits me too late:

I see nothing wrong with this.

so suomi.
 
2021-06-11 5:49:01 PM  
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2021-06-11 5:49:54 PM  
nsfs

/do not want
 
2021-06-11 5:57:00 PM  
Well when you're culture is so farked up you produced Simo Hayha. Who's really gonna question you?

Don't fark with Finland
 
2021-06-11 6:07:40 PM  
We are constantly developing ways to utilize new ingredients in brewing, and are not afraid to think outside of the box.

Or, in this case, the cloaca.
 
2021-06-11 6:27:23 PM  

tintar: the puns, the puns! en-plaisir continuez, I love it!!

but, eh, how different is this to that cat-butt covfefe, or isinglass, or beaver anal glands, or carmine/cochineal.

also isn't such as bovine dung was/still-is a major cooking+heating fuel source in a lot of places?

lol, when I was in the desert, we'd cut the bottom off a 55gal steel drum, fill it with sand, soak it with diesel fuel, set it on fire and cook over it, sleep around it. now that seems healthy!


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Hangikjot. Lamb smoked with dried hay and sheep's dung. Very popular in Iceland as there's very little wood there.
 
2021-06-11 6:35:12 PM  

tintar: but, eh, how different is this to that cat-butt covfefe, or isinglass, or beaver anal glands, or carmine/cochineal.

also isn't such as bovine dung was/still-is a major cooking+heating fuel source in a lot of places?


Unlike the case of the coffee beans, the beer ingredients haven't actually come in contact with any digestive products.

And yes, yak, buffalo, and other ruminant dung is used as fuel in glasslands that don't have a lot of fuel. But it's usually in hotter climates where they can dry the patties in the sun before trying to burn them.
 
2021-06-11 6:46:10 PM  

eyeq360: [assets.atlasobscura.com image 580x580]
Hangikjot. Lamb smoked with dried hay and sheep's dung. Very popular in Iceland as there's very little wood there.


that. looks. amazeballs.
 
2021-06-11 6:48:35 PM  
I'd give it a gander
 
2021-06-11 7:16:20 PM  

tintar: eyeq360: [assets.atlasobscura.com image 580x580]
Hangikjot. Lamb smoked with dried hay and sheep's dung. Very popular in Iceland as there's very little wood there.

that. looks. amazeballs.


This episode of New Scandinavian Cooking mentions it. Andreas and a chef visit a place that makes it. About 11 minutes in.
New Scandinavian Cooking - Back to the Roots
Youtube zNFbbWbm040
 
2021-06-11 8:54:51 PM  
Here's why you don't want waterfront property ->

The geese groan in their sleep. OHN OHN OHN OHN OHN. Constantly. And it's illegal to shoot them.

That is what I have learned.
 
2021-06-11 9:22:17 PM  
I really don't have the stomach to hunt or kill animals, but the one animal I have no care for are these dumb wal-mart shoppers of the animal kingdom. They just stand there in the middle of the road. my entire neighborhood is covered in shiat, 24 7, all summer.

I purposely give them very little room as i swerve around them, giving them just enough of a scare that maybe some sort of genetic coding will occur and they will learn that a 4k pound vehicle is no match for the little shiat factories.

I kind of dream about getting a truck with a snow plow attachment, lowering it, and just ramming the whole flock of them.
 
2021-06-11 10:08:39 PM  

eyeq360: tintar: eyeq360: [assets.atlasobscura.com image 580x580]
Hangikjot. Lamb smoked with dried hay and sheep's dung. Very popular in Iceland as there's very little wood there.

that. looks. amazeballs.

This episode of New Scandinavian Cooking mentions it. Andreas and a chef visit a place that makes it. About 11 minutes in.
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subscribed! looks like I have about 15 seasons to binge now...
 
2021-06-12 12:10:40 AM  

tintar: eyeq360: tintar: eyeq360: [assets.atlasobscura.com image 580x580]
Hangikjot. Lamb smoked with dried hay and sheep's dung. Very popular in Iceland as there's very little wood there.

that. looks. amazeballs.

This episode of New Scandinavian Cooking mentions it. Andreas and a chef visit a place that makes it. About 11 minutes in.
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subscribed! looks like I have about 15 seasons to binge now...


You won't be disappointed.  The episodes that I have seen have food that looks so good.  Their use of local herbs and wildflowers in dishes is fun.  I started watching it recently on PBS when I can catch an airing; I guess I should check it out on the tubes.
 
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