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 Post subject: No global warming
PostPosted: May 2nd, 2017, 3:36 pm 
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The worst part about the Kansas freeze and the destruction of the wheat crop is that now we'll have to deal even more with corn and soy crap in our foods. For some people wheat is bad, but we buy our wheat berries from the health food store and grind them, so we experience no issues at all. Also, I make a lot of sourdough type breads and we have no issues with that either. I mix rye flour and whole wheat together for my starter for sourdough wheat breads. Not quite as light and fluffy as regular bread but we like heavier breads because we don't eat as much of it that way. Also, I've become an expert at slicing bread v-e-e-e-r-r-y thinly!

Get ready for the onslaught of corn this and soy that in even more of our foods. Why the hell couldn't the weather have destroy one or both of THOSE two crops instead of wheat fields? No, this is not God's way of telling us to eat soy and corn . . . :mrgreen: :roll: 8-)

And yes, my area has had snow recently (last week, in fact, all over my already-bloomed lilacs but they survived) and now we're supposed to be getting a lot of rain in the next two days. Then the temps are supposed to be above normal for about a week, and then fall back into the "regular" category for this time of year. I never count on any of that happening until it does. Most weather people (meteorologists) can't tell us what's gonna happen in the next 10 minutes much less what's gonna happen next week.

And no, I'm not praying for global warming either. How about praying for just plain old global regularity? That'll do me just fine.


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