Time Stamp For Podcast:
I have decided to try and add a time stamp for the podcast. it is a little more work, but I believe this will benefit people in being able to quickly find info they are interested in. Let me know if this is worthwhile to you.
00-28.30 Aqauponics by Gale Basic system set up and part. My plans, the cheap and easy way.
28.33-32.00 Resistant Starch/Prebiotics – Gale & Divinia
32.00 – 32.53 Jerusalem Artichokes
32.53-35.44 Cod Liver Oil and rheumatoid Arthritis – Divinia & Gale
36.50-40.14 Chlorella – Divinia & Gale
40.14-43.53 Pet poisoning from old dairy (mycotoxins) Divinia & Gale
44.04-45.43 Hardy lentil soup Recipe Divinia
45.43-end farm updates, invading dogs. How effective are electric fences, possible option of livestock guardian dog.
Times may be off a little. edited 3 times. Thanks audacity!
Here is nice link that gives a quick easy to understand detailed explanation on aquaponics:
Aquaponics the cheap way. Travis Hughey’s Barrelponics PDF: http://www.aces.edu/dept/fisheries/education/documents/barrel-ponics.pdf
What about food grade grow beds. An idea for using cheap plastic and making is safer.
Use a food safe liner: http://www.theaquaponicstore.com/6-Wide-Dura-Skrim-s/216.htm
40 aquaponic growbeds for 13 cents a day http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiHVHdlmRL0&list=PL17i08QeSc5UYNTIShlay17YQfE6jPYP3
Travis Hughey’s site http://www.fastonline.org/
See the mechanical pump. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLIr3naUzK4
~I found an article that one of our listeners might find really interesting at the healthy Home Economist dot com:
Study Shows Cod Liver Oil Reduces Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain
## and I want to thank Maia for reaching out to me and thank you for all your kind words about Gale and me and this podcast.##
~I found an interesting article on Chlorella at natural news dot com
and I believe I will give it a try:
Tablet (for starters to see if it’s worth taking)
Powder (for after I’ve found it’s worth taking and will add it to juice when I start juicing)
~Someone posted a warning on facebook about dogs getting strychnine poisoning from eating old dairy products. I found this difficult to believe and found the following abstract posted at PupMed dot gov::
Tremorgenic mycotoxin intoxication with penitrem A and roquefortine in two dogs.
2 Chicken Leg Quarters
1# Sorted and washed Lentils
1.5# Thawed Frozen Tomatoes (any tomatoes will do)
¼ Cup dry minced onions (any onions will do)
1 TBS. Granulated Garlic
1 TBS Parsley
1 TBS Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
Fill dutch oven about ¾ of the way with water, a little salt, and leg quarters. Boil until done about 30 minutes. Remove chicken and set aside (I usually put in the fridge) to cool. Add sorted and washed Lentils and seasoning. Bring to boil for about 10 minutes. When cool enough pick chicken from the bone, large pieces should be cut to be spoon/bite size. Add tomatoes and and chicken to the pot and reduce heat to simmer. Simmer for about 10 minutes and remove from heat. Leave covered for a while to let the seasoning permeate the chicken while it cools a little. Makes about 6 servings.
teresting article on resistant starch: http://freetheanimal.com/2013/12/resistant-primer-newbies.html