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Be Ready For The Great Depression
Folks...So many emails have come in to the WebSite wanting to know what one can do about leftovers other than just heat and serve. "Is there anything better you can do with them when conditions are extremely harsh?" the Site is asked.
Chef Charles gives the following:
If you have a BackYard Flock started, you can use the versatile egg for so many things. One important thing is to bind leftovers together and make an entirely new dish with them, such that the foodstuffs are no longer leftovers but an entirely new, exciting, fresh dish.
There will be a great depression, mentally, coming over people who will soon lose so much. The more one is used to having much — the greater will be his depression, if he has not prepared that such a thing will come, and has not prepared mentally, physically, and spiritually. This is not going to be easy, people!
Simple foods, well–prepared...yes, even leftovers—not just heat & serve...and eat begrudgingly— can be made into an exciting, interesting meal. You must work the senses! Smell, taste, mouth feel, presentation of the food, and then the organoleptic sensation to the brain.
Dr. "B" told me a story. I suspect it was he who was called in by some psychologists as to why a prison was in constant turmoil. They had searched and could not find the answer. The tumult was constant: riots, fights, stabbings, some killings, you name it—it was there on a continual basis. Depression was extremely high and attempted suicides occurred regularly.
The doctor asked and received permission for him and several of the psychologists to don inmate colors and go through a day of activity there, with the prisoners.
He was asked: "What's this going to show?"
"Plenty," he responded.
After they had gone through a harrowing day, constantly looking over their shoulders, the doctor said he knew what the trouble was in the main.
"You saw something!" came the exclamation from two of the psychologists, and the third looked quizzical and muttered something under his breath.
"I lived it, and you did too."
"What was it?"
"Did you notice," the doctor replied, "that the angst was the highest at each meal?"
"So? They're just a bunch of mad losers there."
"Not necessarily," the doctor replied. "What did you notice most?"
"They complained about the food loudly and claimed the food was lousy," all three "shrinks" agreed. "We agree. It was."
"Well, fellas," the doctor intoned, "the food actually was quite good. It's hot, delicious, and nutritious...but," they all leaned forward, "it was lousy in presentation. It was served on pewter, with bent silverware. Tines in many forks were missing, and the cups were thick and sounded cheap."
One of the "shrinks" chimed, "What's the solution? Kill the cook?" The others chuckled.
It was plain to see that they, too, fell for the illusion that "the food was bad." It wasn't. In fact, it was quite good, just not presented correctly.
"Have the warden replace all service with restaurant china. Let us all be there for the first day's meals to share with the inmates," the doctor said.
"Agreed," they responded, and the great experiment was on. The warden went for it. Everyone was assembled for it.
Dr. "B" told me, "Almost immediately at breakfast, a murmur went up and it was distinctly understood: The cook must have been fired, the inmates felt.
"The rest of the meals were similar that day, and you could feel the mood changing among the inmates," Dr. "B" said.
The prison became more manageable and depression went down.
"Biochemically, what had happened," Dr. "B" explained, "was that the organoleptic area of the brain was stimulated and not the rage or aggression center, called the amygdala, which was extrapolating, by the stria terminalis, to the hypothalmic area, and this put this portion of the brain in a very, very pissy mood. From there," he explained, "it went into physical action mode, manifesting as anger, rage, hurt, aggression, and depression."
Dr. "B" explained the last four modalities are not in tandem for a "happy camper." The inmates were in abject depression most of the time.
Times are gonna get very tough, Folks! This little bit of information can be understood better in the light that no commanding officer wants his army "marching on their stomach." Most to all governments try to present pleasing meals in the field for its fighting men. And you can see numerous reasons why from the above.
Keep these things in mind when "push comes to shove"... very soon now.
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It's Still Coming! Subduction: One Plate Goes Under Another As The Other Goes Over The Former.Interestingly...Early Church Saints Said: "Mountains Will Roll Over Another." This Sounds Like They Saw Subduction.
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Learn This...Memorize This...Let It Become a Part of You! Bring It Back When The Terrible Chaos Is Over...If There Is Something To Come Back To.
In The MeantimeRun For Your Life
From now on, Folks, it's gonna get pretty rough! In fact, downright cussed. Mr. Ugly Is Showing Now!
But For Now...Keep RunningKeep Your Purse and Scrip With You—Luke 22:36And NowGet Two Guns—Luke 22:36–38Before The New Dude Won't Let You Have Them
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