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2022-09-27 1:23:31 PM  
Who the Hell does?
 
2022-09-27 2:14:23 PM  
Pies at vudukungfu's house:

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/pretty sure you have to refrigerate things like pumpkin pie, anyway
 
2022-09-27 2:19:16 PM  
I refrigerate all of those things, except Tortillas, and even there if I don't use them all fairly quick, I then do.
 
2022-09-27 2:26:55 PM  
Who the hell doesn't eat a pie so fast there's no time to refrigerate it?
 
2022-09-27 2:32:51 PM  

Dr.Fey: Pies at vudukungfu's house:

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/pretty sure you have to refrigerate things like pumpkin pie, anyway


Almost all pies are shelf stable. While the shelf life might be far shorter homemade than storebought, the only pies that MUST be kept cold are things like cream pies, key lime pies, or anything else with an uncooked cream or milk in it

And you obviously get memory loss at the end of every year when you seem not to remember how every grocery store has thousands of pumpkin pies sitting right by the entryways during the holidays
 
2022-09-27 2:37:19 PM  
Who the h*ll is so chickensh*t that they can't even type HELL?
That'* * G-d da*n sh*me, I re*lly me*n i*.
 
2022-09-27 2:49:58 PM  
I refrigerate everything. Even things they say not do. I did find out that you can not refrigerate olive oil. I still don't like just leaving it in the cupboard.
 
2022-09-27 2:50:54 PM  
I don't but mostly cause I can't remember the last time I had pie. I think my , then wife, made one for thanksgiving like 12 years ago but they're not something I buy.
 
2022-09-27 2:53:47 PM  
Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.
 
2022-09-27 3:02:03 PM  
Subby apparently doesn't read their own articles.  Depends on the filling.  Fruit pies can be kept out for a couple of days, and they should since the fridge will affect their texture.
 
2022-09-27 3:10:06 PM  
What a load of shiat. Between May and October the ambient temperature in my kitchen is above 25 Celsius. I always leave my butter out, it takes me over as week to get through a block and it never goes rancid.

Ketchup? Lol with all that sugar, vinegar and salt? That's in the cupboard as well.

I only cook savoury pies so they always go in the fridge. No mention of savoury pies in that article. I guess I would refrigerate a sweet pie though.
 
2022-09-27 3:13:01 PM  
we had cold cherry pie from the fridge as breakfast.  It was marvelous.

/we'll do it again, tomorrow
 
2022-09-27 3:13:12 PM  
Yeah, pies don't last long enough to NEED refrigerating in our house. The wife makes me lemon meringue for events, actually she makes 2, sometimes 3, because suddenly the kids decided that they like it, too. Still gone in 2 days.

And no, butter doesn't turn rancid after 2 days. We've actually NEVER had it go bad sitting on the counter.

And ketchup should be OK, despite the fearmongering in TFA. Having worked for YEARS in restaurants, back when they actually "married" the ketchups together, the only thing we ever saw that was an issue is when the ketchup bottle develops a lot of bubbles. Don't open one of these, the ketchup with get all over the place. Otherwise, they were fine., The thing to remember though, is that the restaurants were actually rotating stuff, so that ketchup bottle that had been on the table for 4 years really only had ketchup that was a few weeks old in it.

Unfortunately, I can't find a good pic, but these aren't normal bubbles, it's a ton of little bubbles, all clustered together to watch for.
 
2022-09-27 3:18:21 PM  
I store things in the 'fridge by default because it's a *constant* temperature, with controlled humidity.
 
2022-09-27 3:27:58 PM  
I mean ... most people would say that pie doesn't last long enough to be at risk of mold growth, but in my house, it does. So I fridge it. And cover it. And try to eat it all within a week.
 
2022-09-27 3:36:52 PM  

BlackCloudofDespair: Who the hell doesn't eat a pie so fast there's no time to refrigerate it?


This is the correct answer
 
2022-09-27 3:38:01 PM  
Golly, a listicle that I hit 100% on. Although my wife likes JIF, so I don't buy natural PB any more. It takes too long to go through a jar and the bottom becomes brick-like.
 
2022-09-27 3:46:32 PM  
It's nice that the article lists the items at the top, saving us the trouble of scrolling down.

Yes, I refrigerate all that stuff. Food seems to grow mold in my kitchen more quickly than elsewhere - probably due to limited space.
 
2022-09-27 3:54:20 PM  

natazha: Golly, a listicle that I hit 100% on. Although my wife likes JIF, so I don't buy natural PB any more. It takes too long to go through a jar and the bottom becomes brick-like.


One of the "natural" peanut butters that we buy, Kraft (Canada) "Just Peanuts", has "Stir and store upside down in refrigerator".

Like a lot of their condiments, the Canadian Heinz ketchup has/had  more sugar than the US version.   Long before the labels on the US version recommended refrigeration, the Canadian bottles carried that message.
 
2022-09-27 4:18:51 PM  

cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.


Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. 
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2022-09-27 4:21:50 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]


The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

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/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine
 
2022-09-27 4:29:12 PM  
Concrete Donkey:
And you obviously get memory loss at the end of every year when you seem not to remember how every grocery store has thousands of pumpkin pies sitting right by the entryways during the holidays

Those pies and everything else in that supermarket are loaded with extra preservatives. That is why. Preservatives are not a normal part of the recipes for pies. So a home made pie or one from a good bake shop will not have the preservatives.
 
2022-09-27 4:42:49 PM  

Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine


As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.
 
2022-09-27 4:43:47 PM  

Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine


Margarine was originally lard.

Not to be confused with the best fusion Punk Metal band LARD. 
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2022-09-27 4:54:45 PM  

Dr.Fey: Pies at vudukungfu's house:

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/pretty sure you have to refrigerate things like pumpkin pie, anyway


Like they last long enough for mold spores to find them
 
2022-09-27 4:55:13 PM  

Concrete Donkey: Dr.Fey: Pies at vudukungfu's house:

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/pretty sure you have to refrigerate things like pumpkin pie, anyway

Almost all pies are shelf stable. While the shelf life might be far shorter homemade than storebought, the only pies that MUST be kept cold are things like cream pies, key lime pies, or anything else with an uncooked cream or milk in it

And you obviously get memory loss at the end of every year when you seem not to remember how every grocery store has thousands of pumpkin pies sitting right by the entryways during the holidays


do they do that everywhere though?

/it's pretty much fridge temp that time of year in these parts
//and I don't remember seeing apple pies outside for the 4th of july
 
2022-09-27 5:01:58 PM  

skyotter: I store things in the 'fridge by default because it's a *constant* temperature, with controlled humidity.


you have a humidity adjustment you can make? I only have a temperature knob

/a fridge is a very dry place
//if your not putting moisture in
///it's just drying everything out
////the crisper draw included
 
2022-09-27 5:08:32 PM  

Swiss Colony: What a load of shiat. Between May and October the ambient temperature in my kitchen is above 25 Celsius. I always leave my butter out, it takes me over as week to get through a block and it never goes rancid.

Ketchup? Lol with all that sugar, vinegar and salt? That's in the cupboard as well.

I only cook savoury pies so they always go in the fridge. No mention of savoury pies in that article. I guess I would refrigerate a sweet pie though.


I agree that ketchup is just fine left out. But I prefer it being slightly chilled.
 
2022-09-27 5:16:28 PM  
I'll just leave this here.

Early American Dairy
 
2022-09-27 5:59:33 PM  

petec: Concrete Donkey: Dr.Fey: Pies at vudukungfu's house:

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/pretty sure you have to refrigerate things like pumpkin pie, anyway

Almost all pies are shelf stable. While the shelf life might be far shorter homemade than storebought, the only pies that MUST be kept cold are things like cream pies, key lime pies, or anything else with an uncooked cream or milk in it

And you obviously get memory loss at the end of every year when you seem not to remember how every grocery store has thousands of pumpkin pies sitting right by the entryways during the holidays

do they do that everywhere though?

/it's pretty much fridge temp that time of year in these parts
//and I don't remember seeing apple pies outside for the 4th of july


Every store I worked in, including the bakery I managed, window silled them. Hot out of the oven. Right in the boxes as they sold. Never had leftovers.
The only leftovers we had were the dutch treat fixings.
 
2022-09-27 7:02:59 PM  

vudukungfu: petec: Concrete Donkey: Dr.Fey: Pies at vudukungfu's house:

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/pretty sure you have to refrigerate things like pumpkin pie, anyway

Almost all pies are shelf stable. While the shelf life might be far shorter homemade than storebought, the only pies that MUST be kept cold are things like cream pies, key lime pies, or anything else with an uncooked cream or milk in it

And you obviously get memory loss at the end of every year when you seem not to remember how every grocery store has thousands of pumpkin pies sitting right by the entryways during the holidays

do they do that everywhere though?

/it's pretty much fridge temp that time of year in these parts
//and I don't remember seeing apple pies outside for the 4th of july

Every store I worked in, including the bakery I managed, window silled them. Hot out of the oven. Right in the boxes as they sold. Never had leftovers.
The only leftovers we had were the dutch treat fixings.


well, you'd normally wait for them to cool a bit before putting them in the fridge, if they're selling before they're cooled, you wouldn't need to fridge them

my company is doing the hvac and plumbing for a new high end grocery store a few towns over, wanna know one of the items we're providing refrigeration and a condensate drain for?
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yup, it's a pie/pastry/cake cooler

/and most grocery stores ain't baking all those pies in house
 
2022-09-27 7:21:19 PM  

petec: vudukungfu: petec: Concrete Donkey: Dr.Fey: Pies at vudukungfu's house:

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/pretty sure you have to refrigerate things like pumpkin pie, anyway

Almost all pies are shelf stable. While the shelf life might be far shorter homemade than storebought, the only pies that MUST be kept cold are things like cream pies, key lime pies, or anything else with an uncooked cream or milk in it

And you obviously get memory loss at the end of every year when you seem not to remember how every grocery store has thousands of pumpkin pies sitting right by the entryways during the holidays

do they do that everywhere though?

/it's pretty much fridge temp that time of year in these parts
//and I don't remember seeing apple pies outside for the 4th of july

Every store I worked in, including the bakery I managed, window silled them. Hot out of the oven. Right in the boxes as they sold. Never had leftovers.
The only leftovers we had were the dutch treat fixings.

well, you'd normally wait for them to cool a bit before putting them in the fridge, if they're selling before they're cooled, you wouldn't need to fridge them

my company is doing the hvac and plumbing for a new high end grocery store a few towns over, wanna know one of the items we're providing refrigeration and a condensate drain for?
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yup, it's a pie/pastry/cake cooler

/and most grocery stores ain't baking all those pies in house


//didn't mean to imply i own the place
///i just work there
 
2022-09-27 7:23:05 PM  

Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.


that just begs the question

what's in your water?
 
2022-09-27 7:38:22 PM  

petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?


That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.
 
2022-09-27 7:56:24 PM  

Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.


'Begs the question" is often used interchangeably with "raises the question;" however, some grammarians argue they are not synonyms.'

/it's a good thing i'm not a grammarian
 
2022-09-27 9:06:52 PM  

Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.


Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.
 
2022-09-27 9:14:58 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.


fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both
 
2022-09-27 9:19:10 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.


from wiki...

"With all the care given, the city's water supply system is partially exempted from filtration requirements by both the federal and the state government, saving more than "$10 billion to build a massive filtration plant, and at least another $100 million annually on its operation"
 
2022-09-27 9:26:28 PM  

petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both


You do understand that while nyc water is, you know, water. So has stuff all water has. It is generally purified by aquifiers and UV plants.

Statistically all water on earth has been piss at some point. A bajillion years of fish & dinosaurs and all.

But lake water is generally not preferred for portability. Mountain streams and treated reservoirs are.

Sorry. Btw, maybe pop a few fluoride tablets. I'm guessing your dentist is making a good profit off you.
 
2022-09-27 9:35:49 PM  

petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

from wiki...

"With all the care given, the city's water supply system is partially exempted from filtration requirements by both the federal and the state government, saving more than "$10 billion to build a massive filtration plant, and at least another $100 million annually on its operation"


Your reading comprehension needs work.

NYC drinking water doesn't REQUIRE filtration. That doesn't mean if is not filtered and purified.

It is.

Both naturally through wells and aquifers. As well as UV filtration plants. (Plus other filtration techniques, Google it, but try understanding the difference between required and applied).
 
2022-09-27 9:36:54 PM  

petec: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

'Begs the question" is often used interchangeably with "raises the question;" however, some grammarians argue they are not synonyms.'

/it's a good thing i'm not a grammarian


It is becoming a bit like "literally" now being accepted to mean  literally or figuratively.  I'll admit to being an old fart about such things, I've spent too much of my life surrounded by grammarians.

Getting back on topic, the  lake water in our place is triple filtered and UV irradiated.  It tests better than the area's municipal systems.
 
2022-09-27 9:45:47 PM  

Gough: petec: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

'Begs the question" is often used interchangeably with "raises the question;" however, some grammarians argue they are not synonyms.'

/it's a good thing i'm not a grammarian

It is becoming a bit like "literally" now being accepted to mean  literally or figuratively.  I'll admit to being an old fart about such things, I've spent too much of my life surrounded by grammarians.

Getting back on topic, the  lake water in our place is triple filtered and UV irradiated.  It tests better than the area's municipal systems.


Unless you're doing reverse osmosis, your lake water is skanky.
 
2022-09-27 9:46:34 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both

You do understand that while nyc water is, you know, water. So has stuff all water has. It is generally purified by aquifiers and UV plants.

Statistically all water on earth has been piss at some point. A bajillion years of fish & dinosaurs and all.

But lake water is generally not preferred for portability. Mountain streams and treated reservoirs are.

Sorry. Btw, maybe pop a few fluoride tablets. I'm guessing your dentist is making a good profit off you.


can you explain in detail the difference between a lake and a reservoir?

i fish in NYC reservoirs from the shore, and you can fish them from a row boat (no motors, not even electric)

so, there are certainly fish in there (i can, occasionally, prove this) and i have peed while trying to find the best spot to cast from

i'm sure the guys in the rowboats are having a few brews (i do have a dual purpose cooler i carry, in case i do catch something) while our there, i'm quite sure they're peeing while there out there too

and, yes, NYC has one of the most protected and clean aquifers

but, it's solution by dilution, it may be miniscule, but you've have drunken mine, the guys in the row boats, and the fishes i didn't catch pee

/can i get you a glass of NYC tap water now?
 
2022-09-27 9:57:28 PM  

Gough: petec: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

'Begs the question" is often used interchangeably with "raises the question;" however, some grammarians argue they are not synonyms.'

/it's a good thing i'm not a grammarian

It is becoming a bit like "literally" now being accepted to mean  literally or figuratively.  I'll admit to being an old fart about such things, I've spent too much of my life surrounded by grammarians.

Getting back on topic, the  lake water in our place is triple filtered and UV irradiated.  It tests better than the area's municipal systems.


isn't it ironic?
 
2022-09-27 10:00:52 PM  

petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both

You do understand that while nyc water is, you know, water. So has stuff all water has. It is generally purified by aquifiers and UV plants.

Statistically all water on earth has been piss at some point. A bajillion years of fish & dinosaurs and all.

But lake water is generally not preferred for portability. Mountain streams and treated reservoirs are.

Sorry. Btw, maybe pop a few fluoride tablets. I'm guessing your dentist is making a good profit off you.

can you explain in detail the difference between a lake and a reservoir?

i fish in NYC reservoirs from the shore, and you can fish them from a row boat (no motors, not even electric)

so, there are certainly fish in there (i can, occasionally, prove this) and i have peed while trying to find the best spot to cast from

i'm sure the guys in the rowboats are having a few brews (i do have a dual purpose cooler i carry, in case i do catch something) while our there, i'm quite sure they're peeing while there out there too

and, yes, NYC has one of the most protected and clean aquifers

but, it's solution by dilution, it may be miniscule, but you've have drunken mine, the guys in the row boats, and the fishes i didn't catch pee

/can i get you a glass of NYC tap water now?


Lakes generally are within vicinity of sceptic systems and chemical discharge. Reservoirs, in NY, are not.

The occasional guy pissing off his row boat. (And yes, boats on reservoirs are highly regulated, no outside contagions are permitted and you will end up in jail for farking around).

Lakes. Not so much.
 
2022-09-27 10:06:01 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

'Begs the question" is often used interchangeably with "raises the question;" however, some grammarians argue they are not synonyms.'

/it's a good thing i'm not a grammarian

It is becoming a bit like "literally" now being accepted to mean  literally or figuratively.  I'll admit to being an old fart about such things, I've spent too much of my life surrounded by grammarians.

Getting back on topic, the  lake water in our place is triple filtered and UV irradiated.  It tests better than the area's municipal systems.

Unless you're doing reverse osmosis, your lake water is skanky.


That might be the way to bet, but in this particular case you'd be wrong.
 
2022-09-27 10:07:29 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both

You do understand that while nyc water is, you know, water. So has stuff all water has. It is generally purified by aquifiers and UV plants.

Statistically all water on earth has been piss at some point. A bajillion years of fish & dinosaurs and all.

But lake water is generally not preferred for portability. Mountain streams and treated reservoirs are.

Sorry. Btw, maybe pop a few fluoride tablets. I'm guessing your dentist is making a good profit off you.

can you explain in detail the difference between a lake and a reservoir?

i fish in NYC reservoirs from the shore, and you can fish them from a row boat (no motors, not even electric)

so, there are certainly fish in there (i can, occasionally, prove this) and i have peed while trying to find the best spot to cast from

i'm sure the guys in the rowboats are having a few brews (i do have a dual purpose cooler i carry, in case i do catch something) while our there, i'm quite sure they're peeing while there out there too

and, yes, NYC has one of the most protected and clean aquifers

but, it's solution by dilution, it may be miniscule, but you've have drunken mine, the guys in the row boats, and the fishes i didn't catch pee

/can i get you a glass of NYC tap water now?

Lakes generally are within vicinity of sceptic systems and chemical discharge. Reservoirs, in NY, are not.

The occasional guy pissing off his row boat. (And yes, boats on reservoirs are highly regulated, no outside contagions are permitted and you will end up in jail for farking around).

Lakes. Not so much.


so, you think all those houses on all those hills and mountains around the NYC reservoirs just magically drain into something other than the reservoirs?
 
2022-09-27 10:08:33 PM  

petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both

You do understand that while nyc water is, you know, water. So has stuff all water has. It is generally purified by aquifiers and UV plants.

Statistically all water on earth has been piss at some point. A bajillion years of fish & dinosaurs and all.

But lake water is generally not preferred for portability. Mountain streams and treated reservoirs are.

Sorry. Btw, maybe pop a few fluoride tablets. I'm guessing your dentist is making a good profit off you.

can you explain in detail the difference between a lake and a reservoir?

i fish in NYC reservoirs from the shore, and you can fish them from a row boat (no motors, not even electric)

so, there are certainly fish in there (i can, occasionally, prove this) and i have peed while trying to find the best spot to cast from

i'm sure the guys in the rowboats are having a few brews (i do have a dual purpose cooler i carry, in case i do catch something) while our there, i'm quite sure they're peeing while there out there too

and, yes, NYC has one of the most protected and clean aquifers

but, it's solution by dilution, it may be miniscule, but you've have drunken mine, the guys in the row boats, and the fishes i didn't catch pee

/can i get you a glass of NYC tap water now?


Also, I've already said statistically all terrestrial water has been largely recycled piss at this point. Unless it was from a meteor or comet. Then it's alien piss.

You got around to admitting lake water needs multiple levels of filtration that neither well nor reservoirs need. But reservoirs have applied.
 
2022-09-27 10:14:12 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both

You do understand that while nyc water is, you know, water. So has stuff all water has. It is generally purified by aquifiers and UV plants.

Statistically all water on earth has been piss at some point. A bajillion years of fish & dinosaurs and all.

But lake water is generally not preferred for portability. Mountain streams and treated reservoirs are.

Sorry. Btw, maybe pop a few fluoride tablets. I'm guessing your dentist is making a good profit off you.

can you explain in detail the difference between a lake and a reservoir?

i fish in NYC reservoirs from the shore, and you can fish them from a row boat (no motors, not even electric)

so, there are certainly fish in there (i can, occasionally, prove this) and i have peed while trying to find the best spot to cast from

i'm sure the guys in the rowboats are having a few brews (i do have a dual purpose cooler i carry, in case i do catch something) while our there, i'm quite sure they're peeing while there out there too

and, yes, NYC has one of the most protected and clean aquifers

but, it's solution by dilution, it may be miniscule, but you've have drunken mine, the guys in the row boats, and the fishes i didn't catch pee

/can i get you a glass of NYC tap water now?

Lakes generally are within vicinity of sceptic systems and chemical discharge. Reservoirs, in NY, are not.

The occasional guy pissing off his row boat. (And yes, boats on reservoirs are highly regulated, no outside contagions are permitted and you will end up in jail for farking around).

Lakes. Not so much.


"Lakes generally are within vicinity of sceptic systems"

just were does this actually apply?

lake are bodies of water, in low lying areas, usually with an infeed and outlet, but can be stagnant
 
2022-09-27 10:25:29 PM  

petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: petec: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Gough: petec: Gough: Trocadero: Serious Post on Serious Thread: cloverock70: Butter does NOT go rancid in 2 or 3 days. I always have soft butter on the counter.

Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Ghee you gdmn savage. [Fark user image 425x318]

The French developed this magical voodoo heresy a long time ago.

[i.pinimg.com image 550x576]

/in payment, the Devil made them invent margarine

As I've mentioned in previous threads on this topic, butter in a butter bell is the only time I've had butter get moldy.  The first time, I thought it was a fluke.  After the next time, I gave up on that technology.  I've never had that issue with an old-fashioned covered butter dish.

that just begs the question

what's in your water?

That may be part of the problem, we pump it straight out of the lake.

PS. That doesn't beg the question, that raised the question.

Ack. Lake water is not good. Well water is naturally purified and nyc reservoir water is artificially purified and damn tasty.

Lake water is fish piss and possible human scat. No thanks.

fyi - i have personally pissed in (well, about 2 ft off the shore) of a few of the NYC reservoirs while fishing

/so you're actually getting the best of both

You do understand that while nyc water is, you know, water. So has stuff all water has. It is generally purified by aquifiers and UV plants.

Statistically all water on earth has been piss at some point. A bajillion years of fish & dinosaurs and all.

But lake water is generally not preferred for portability. Mountain streams and treated reservoirs are.

Sorry. Btw, maybe pop a few fluoride tablets. I'm guessing your dentist is making a good profit off you.

can you explain in detail the difference between a lake and a reservoir?

i fish in NYC reservoirs from the shore, and you can fish them from a row boat (no motors, not even electric)

so, there are certainly fish in there (i can, occasionally, prove this) and i have peed while trying to find the best spot to cast from

i'm sure the guys in the rowboats are having a few brews (i do have a dual purpose cooler i carry, in case i do catch something) while our there, i'm quite sure they're peeing while there out there too

and, yes, NYC has one of the most protected and clean aquifers

but, it's solution by dilution, it may be miniscule, but you've have drunken mine, the guys in the row boats, and the fishes i didn't catch pee

/can i get you a glass of NYC tap water now?

Lakes generally are within vicinity of sceptic systems and chemical discharge. Reservoirs, in NY, are not.

The occasional guy pissing off his row boat. (And yes, boats on reservoirs are highly regulated, no outside contagions are permitted and you will end up in jail for farking around).

Lakes. Not so much.

so, you think all those houses on all those hills and mountains around the NYC reservoirs just magically drain into something other than the reservoirs?


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You claim to be a fisherman familiar with NY reservoirs.

Here's a picture I took last time I was upstate. Where are all those imaginary sceptic systems that don't exist for acres upon acres of state owned land?

The only likely chemical pollutants were from the towns the state submerged. But that was like a century ago, so mostly pine tar or other stuff long gone.

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