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I used to bake bread for our big family, and now all the children are grown and off on their own.  I found out a few years ago that I have a wheat sensitivity (migraine headaches, etc.) so I am learning to bake and cook with Gluten-free flours that I blend together.  So far, I make some pretty delicious fluffy GF pancakes!  Bread is trickier, though, and have made some gooey tough bricks as well a few small tasty loaves. [wink]
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I'm ok with gluten free muffins, and I've had some tasty bread, but all of pastas I've tried are a sorry substitute for wheat.

Steve, hoping your health is quickly restored!

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I use my Kitchenaid but I hate the dough hook too, so I do all mine with the other mixer attachment (what DO  you call that??)  Not the whisk.. the other one. 

The flat beater? That’s thr technical name of the one that looks like a messed up peace sign or something
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The flat beater? That’s thr technical name of the one that looks like a messed up peace sign or something


Yep, the flat beater.

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I used to bake bread for our big family, and now all the children are grown and off on their own.  I found out a few years ago that I have a wheat sensitivity (migraine headaches, etc.) so I am learning to bake and cook with Gluten-free flours that I blend together.  So far, I make some pretty delicious fluffy GF pancakes!  Bread is trickier, though, and have made some gooey tough bricks as well a few small tasty loaves. [wink]


We thought my daughter had wheat allergies.....then we realized that she reacts to CHEMICALS in wheat, apparently....So, she can tolerate unbleached non-GMO, organic flour and we make our own bread.  Thankfully, it is easy to find at our Costco!

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Pam, that is very interesting. I've held that theory, too. I know I can handle home made wheat products better than "treated" store bought, and I prefer unbleached flour. For some reason, potassium and magnesium at supper helps, too. I would love to try organic einkhorn wheat flour.
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 I use my Kitchenaid but I hate the dough hook too, so I do all mine with the other mixer attachment (what DO  you call that??)  Not the whisk.. the other one.    


I think Kitchenaid calls it the paddle.

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My friends "Slim and None" say hello.  Those lazy bones; they slept until noon today!

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Bread baker here, too.  I make 5 loaves at a time because I'm too busy to get it all out and keep making it, so love to throw it all in the freezer.  Today I'm making 4 loaves and one pan of rolls out of my 5-loaf-batch.  Sometimes I make cinnamon rolls out of part of it, but not today as there is apple pie on the counter.....

I use my Kitchenaid but I hate the dough hook too, so I do all mine with the other mixer attachment (what DO  you call that??)  Not the whisk.. the other one.  I do the whole batch from start to finish and don't do any kneading - arthritis, doncha know.  


smokeythecat, I don't knead the bread with the dough hook -- I just mix it up using it -- then I put out the flour and knead it -- if the dough feels "ew w w ww", you don't have enough flour in it!  It shouldn't be so "thin" that it spreads out  or runs everywhere!

I'm no great expert, but I have made a LOT of bread -- as I said, I've had some failures.  I think the yeast packages have the temperature to be used to dissolve the yeast in water before mixing it with the other ingredients -- get it too hot and it won't rise in the oven -- too cool and the yeast won't dissolve.  If I remember correctly, my Kitchen Aid is a 1980's model.  I think I paid something like $250 at Sam's Club (it was cheaper there than anywhere else at the time), and I have the standard beater attachment, the wire whip, the dough hook, a 5 quart Stainless Steel bowl, and it's heavy as heck -- I couldn't begin to lift it.  I ruined the other mixer I had which was a Kenmore I think, making divinity -- cooked the syrup for it too long, it instantly solidified, seized up the gears and stripped them out -- my son replaced them for me, but it was just never the same, and it wasn't heavy enough to mix my bread.  I used to stir up my bread by hand, but I've not been able to do that for a lot of years -- carpal tunnel, torn ligaments repair, and bone shortening in the forearms -- one of the bones in each arm was too long which caused the ligament damage.  I wouldn't want to do that again!

My MIL never used enough shortening or butter in her bread -- it was always hard -- I sometimes get too much butter in mine and it crumbles apart.  I think we're all individuals so we make it to our taste!



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Sugar helps bread to be soft.   Even adding a tablespoon will help.    DH makes most of the bread, and he prefers the breadmaker.   DH loves bread so he makes at least one loaf a week, usually 2.  
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Jeanette the one and only time I made divinity I stripped the gears in my moms mixer lol. Guess what she got for Christmas LMAO.

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I taught myself to make bread back when we had a blizzard and no bread. It IS very therapudic. It calms me down to knead the bread... tastes good, too.
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I don't make bread much being here by myself because I usually eat all of it before it's even cooled down. Can you say, carb fiend?

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On another note, got a call from the county yesterday. I took all my paperwork in on Monday and I'm happy to announce that the house I live in really does exist! The sad part is next year I start being taxed 5 times as much as in previous years. I joked with the gal that I should've kept my mouth shut and just kept paying on the old house. She didn't think it was funny.

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I’m sick :/ and we can’t afford wire to rewire those machines and the potatoes I’m trying to sprout are taking their sweet time. I’m gonna make pumpkin bread soon though and Smokey’s being cuddly
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Cari, some people have no sense of humor, lol.   I think we should meet for coffee & pumpkin bread at Jayce's house.....
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For your fabric storage needs... https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/grq/d/portable-fabric-storage/6702066893.html
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More like sewing machine storage
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The potatoes have really really tiny eyes now
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Dang, and I left all my portable fabric in my other suit. Just my luck!

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Got it started today - yes, it looks a bit ripply as there are very few nails at the edges because one nails through the edges of 2 panels at a time. Easier than I thought, overall. Even the cove molding is easier than I expected.


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I’m sick :/ and we can’t afford wire to rewire those machines and the potatoes I’m trying to sprout are taking their sweet time. I’m gonna make pumpkin bread soon though and Smokey’s being cuddly


What machines do you need rewired?

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What machines do you need rewired?

I got a 99 and 201 with scary wiring that i’m gonna fix and sell but I keep forgetting to budget for wire. If you saw my picture in today’s sewing machine adventure a while ago with the wires with no insultion at all that’s the 201.
I know this problem could be fixed with very simple math, I’m just bad at things :P
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smokeythecat,

I didn't find any picture, either here or in the Today's Sewing Machine Adventure

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I didn't find any picture, either here or in the Today's Sewing Machine Adventure

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I coulda bought wire and plugs instead of canning jars but i was excited about canning. Oh well. 🤷‍♂️
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I posted pictures of my lidless dutch oven on r/castiron asking if anyone knew what it was so i could find a lid for it (all it says on the bottom is 5 QT DUTCH OVEN) and someone said “it says right there it’s a 5 quart dutch oven” and someone said it looked like theirs and i googled it and none of them looked like it, and other people said to just find a lid that fits. I already have a pot lid that fits, i wanna know what it looked like before, maybe find an original lid
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One of my Aunts had a huge fireplace with swinging hooks for her cast iron pots to sit over the fire. Her lids were just flat round cast iron lids that fit the pots IIRC. Nothing special or fancy. She made some great soups in those pots.

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Heres the mystery pot by the way

And here is Bean trying to take my potatoes
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Got it started today - yes, it looks a bit ripply as there are very few nails at the edges because one nails through the edges of 2 panels at a time. Easier than I thought, overall. Even the cove molding is easier than I expected.


That ceiling is going to change the feel of that room, isn't it!  Looks like you have a good start.

We have the old metal ceiling tiles in our old downtown shop.  The ceiling is about fourteen feet high at the front and slopes gradually to the back.

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.....5 QT DUTCH OVEN.....I already have a pot lid that fits, i wanna know what it looked like before, maybe find an original lid


Since your pot doesn’t have legs to hold it up in a bed of coals, it probably didn’t have the flat lid with a lip around the edge to hold hot coals on top.  I have a lid that may be similar to what your pot originally had on it.  It’s a slightly domed lid with a lid hook ring cast into the top, a small rib around the inside edge to set the lid centered on the inside the pot, and small nubs covering the inside surface to collect condensation allowing it to drip back into the center of the pot instead of running to the outer edge.

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Smokeythecat, that looks like a Lodge brand lid you would need. The part that the handle goes into the pot looks like that. I think this one is 1950's and meant for over open fire on a stand. If it was for a wood cookstove, there would be a ring on the bottom and corresponding ring number on the lid and bottom. This is the type that would also be suitable to swing over a fire using a fireplace crane in the old days. The lid is sold now in that size, you can even get a clear lid now. The original lid was called the basting lid, like CD mentioned.

Zorba, that is very good tile. I have seen horrible reproduction stuff, even plastic/PVC. I have seen and worked on many copper tiles, i love that stuff. Same with the exterior stuff. The best was the 1870's era, here is what was in Ottawa.... the tin house https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/art-monuments/public-art/tin-house.html . Imagine installing that!!!

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The potatoes have really really tiny eyes now


Q: Why do potatoes make good detectives?

A: Because they keep their eyes peeled.  [rofl]


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On another note, got a call from the county yesterday. I took all my paperwork in on Monday and I'm happy to announce that the house I live in really does exist! The sad part is next year I start being taxed 5 times as much as in previous years. I joked with the gal that I should've kept my mouth shut and just kept paying on the old house. She didn't think it was funny.

Cari


Sounds about like my adventures with them. [rolleyes]

We have about 40 acres of farm land. Every few years it gets re-valued as development land and I get a tax bill about 15 times higher than normal. So I have to drag out all my paper work and haul it down to the county tax office, then it goes to review and I finally get my adjusted tax bill. Adjusted back down to where it is supposed to be.

Years ago I got into it with the county tax assessor over the value of a beat up old Chevy station wagon that I had, I got all the value estimates, pictures, comps, etc., took them down to the tax office and they reduced the bill, the next year it went right back up, I figured for the $40 or so it just wasn't worth the battle any more.

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The real estate (property taxes) taxes in Florida are very low compared to a lot of other areas.  In Florida, there is a "Homestead Exemption" of up to $50,000 of the assessed market value -- Except for taxes levied by the school boards.  You do have to apply for the homestead exemption, but the requirements to be eligible for that exemption:  you have to live on the property as your primary residence -- the exemption is, of course, only available for one residence within the state.  It does make a significant difference in the taxes you have to pay. -- Also, if the taxes are paid in November, there is a 3% discount.
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The real estate (property taxes) taxes in Florida are very low compared to a lot of other areas...

Then I'd hate to see what they're like elsewhere - I consider them rather high vs. California. That's the ONE thing California got right - and the politicians have been trying to do away with "Prop 13" ever since!

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Zorba,

Florida has NO state income tax (established by state constitution)-- the very wealthy are required to file intangible tax on such things as stocks, bonds, etc., PLUS there is no sales tax on foods or medicines.  There is a sales tax on "prepared" foods such as one would purchase in a restaurant, and there is sales tax on rental housing.

For instance, we have a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 2-car garage, (2,200 square feet) sitting in the center of two acres (house built in 2000) ,so it's in pretty good shape -- access by paved roadway.  In addition, we have a hobby building for woodworking, etc. which is 24 x 50 feet.  Of course, we're out in the country (but it's a platted subdivision out in the country), and our taxes, including special assessments for fire protection, law enforcement, etc., at any rate, our total tax bill will be less than $1,000 this year, and I think that's pretty doggone reasonable.

Zorba, remember, if you own the house (even subject to a mortgage), and you're living in it as of January 1 of each year, you are entitled to apply and get the homestead exemption on your taxes -- you need to be sure you apply for that before March 1 next year, and I think you'll be surprised how much of a savings you'll have on real estate taxes.  If you were living on the property as of January 1 of this year, you should have been eligible for the homestead exemption for 2018.  Your realtor/attorney/title company when you bought your house, should have advised you about that.

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Do you have to pay property tax if your house gets taken out by a hurricane that year?
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Wow I’ve never seen so much grease in one place

Sometimes it’s a little sluggish so I wanted to see what it looked like inside. I stirred the grease around so some of the clean grease was on the gears. Also I found where the oil that dripped out was coming from, and managed to tip it over and make more come out. Ahhhhhhh it better not drip in anything
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I was trying to figure out what brand of sewing machine that was.  [crazy]
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Ok, I am back.  Life sure is never dull around here.  I headed to the Hospital on Tuesday with Diverticulitis, I've lose about 10 pounds since then....  I am on two antibiotics and feeling MUCH better.

I get back today and find out my company is being purchased by Hoya (http://www.hoya.com/)
 
If you scroll down a bit on their website you will see the "News" section where they announce the purchase.
If you click the message title you can read the PDF of the press release.
No idea what this means for me/us currently.  I will be meeting with my boss for details
 
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.....find out my company is being purchased.....No idea what this means for me/us currently.  I will be meeting with my boss for details.

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Maybe you'll find that you have more time to play with sewing machines now (after you've trained your replacement from Singapore, of course).

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Zorba,

Florida has NO state income tax (established by state constitution)-- the very wealthy are required to file intangible tax on such things as stocks, bonds, etc., PLUS there is no sales tax on foods or medicines.  There is a sales tax on "prepared" foods such as one would purchase in a restaurant, and there is sales tax on rental housing.

For instance, we have a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 2-car garage, (2,200 square feet) sitting in the center of two acres (house built in 2000) ,so it's in pretty good shape -- access by paved roadway.  In addition, we have a hobby building for woodworking, etc. which is 24 x 50 feet.  Of course, we're out in the country (but it's a platted subdivision out in the country), and our taxes, including special assessments for fire protection, law enforcement, etc., at any rate, our total tax bill will be less than $1,000 this year, and I think that's pretty doggone reasonable.

Zorba, remember, if you own the house (even subject to a mortgage), and you're living in it as of January 1 of each year, you are entitled to apply and get the homestead exemption on your taxes -- you need to be sure you apply for that before March 1 next year, and I think you'll be surprised how much of a savings you'll have on real estate taxes.  If you were living on the property as of January 1 of this year, you should have been eligible for the homestead exemption for 2018.  Your realtor/attorney/title company when you bought your house, should have advised you about that.

I am well aware of these things - and the property tax is STILL way too high. I shouldn't have to pay a tax on my own house, for Goddess's sake, much less "this much". Granted, this is one of the few things I can carp about in Florida - the rest of it is good!

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Smokeythecat, i hope that is butterscotch pudding lol. Wow that is allot of grease.

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Ok, I am back.  Life sure is never dull around here.  I headed to the Hospital on Tuesday with Diverticulitis, I've lose about 10 pounds since then....  I am on two antibiotics and feeling MUCH better.

I get back today and find out my company is being purchased by Hoya (http://www.hoya.com/)
 
If you scroll down a bit on their website you will see the "News" section where they announce the purchase.
If you click the message title you can read the PDF of the press release.
No idea what this means for me/us currently.  I will be meeting with my boss for details
 
Never dull,
Steve


Must be the week for it, Steve.  Hubby & I just started a two-building painting project here at the farm for the forecasted 'last week of good weather before the rains come' AND he just shot a problem bear in the front yard.  THEN he had another 'episode' of bad hemorrhoids.  Long story short, he's in the hospital recovering from surgery and I'm making 1 1/2 hour round trips to and fro (sleeping in a chair at the hospital nights) and madly cutting up bear meat while I'm home.

Can you say.....TIRED?   For some reason, our life seems to go this way a lot.....builds character, lol.

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