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Unread 12-10-2010, 04:08 PM   #16
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Thanks Guys, I had a "leftover" for lunch. Boy that stuff is sure hard to take
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Nicely Done
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Dang that looks good!
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spice mix sounds interesting. i read somewhere about using some rough chopped potato to help absorb salt from the water, thereby reducing the salinity of the water, thereby allowing more salt to be pulled into the water. Is this just an Irish myth? I could not tell the difference, but then again I also went 3 days so who knows.

Looks great; I still have one in the freezer that I may need to get on...
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