Collared can be an awful meal if cooked wrong or a delicious if done correctly. I guess that's true of a lot of foods, but this one seems to be more black and while.
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I have to ask again. Why refuse a breath test?
I think the 100% mark is the level to which we as homebrewers can pratically achieve. Anything more than that will require additional resources and steps with which we don't ordinarily undergo. So for all pratical purposes, 100% efficiency for homebrewers is the ultimate goal.
Sounds like 100% is average, the way you put it. Anything less, is due to not enough effort on the brewer's part.
So, the new "C" grade brewer needs to get 100%, anything below is lazy and below average - anything above is due to effort above and beyond (aka: above average effort).
I can. And although I find this objectionable, it's not clear that it violates the constitution.
Lets hope 2011 is better than 2010.
How could it not be.
I just got done a great big overflowing plate of Roast wild pork and homemade sauerkraut served along side a couple of huge perogies. I think I over did it. Gonna abstain tonight and Im not even sure I will be awake to ring in the new year.
You guys are gonna have to do it for me.
Happy New Year to all.
Enjoy those wings tuber, one of my very favorite dishes.
I would never use a whisk in my mash. Too much aeration.
Why is that a problem? And if it is, couldn't you use the whisk to mix gently?