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HansV wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 15:43
Moose biscuits?
Well, yes.
Any sort of flesh (meat-protein) will serve.
I harvest broths from chicken, pork, beef, Cod, trout, salmon, moose, rabbit, and whatever else is big enough to attack with a carving knife.

When I have bottled/preserved jars of broth and have a 1/2 cup left over, I mix it with two to three times that volume with wholewheat flour, roll it thin onto a baking sheet, and bake as for ginger cookies.
Twenty minutes in I score the thin cake into one-inch squares(1) with a pizza cutter, then continue baking until dry.
Once cooled it splits pretty well into one-inch square biscuits.

Fergus the Sheltie loves them, although I usually have to wait until the car is out of sight when I'm dog-sitting, or Tom tries to yell at me.

Fergus is my BFFFFF!(2)

(1)Symmetric rectangles some 2.54cm on a side
(2)Best Fellow-Foraging Feurry Ferrgus Ferend Ferever

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You attack a moose with a carving knife? :flee:
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HansV wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 19:59
You attack a moose with a carving knife? :flee:
Only if the moose is carrying a shotgun over its left arm.
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ChrisGreaves wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 20:58
HansV wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 19:59
You attack a moose with a carving knife? :flee:
Only if the moose is carrying a shotgun over its left arm.
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You are very brave. I know people that have tried attacking Moose with large trucks and lost ... and the Moose walked away !!!!
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NotQuite wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 21:14
I know people that have tried attacking Moose with large trucks and lost ...
Yabbut! Who was riding shotgun?
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ChrisGreaves wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 21:17
NotQuite wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 21:14
I know people that have tried attacking Moose with large trucks and lost ...
Yabbut! Who was riding shotgun?
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Shotguns are rather ineffective against Moose ... Even slugs bounce off !!!
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NotQuite wrote:
05 Nov 2020, 21:22

Shotguns are rather ineffective against Moose ... Even slugs bounce off !!!
Snails as well.

I much prefer mousse. The sort you eat, not the sort you out in your hair.

No mousse is bad mousse.
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Save the chocolate moose!

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HansV wrote:
20 Nov 2020, 21:57
Save the chocolate moose!
Don't DO that! :scold:
Pension isn't due in for another six days; the rain is falling only lightly; there is no wind.

And the Convenience store is open for another three hours.

Glumly (Nice pun in there somewhere)
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This may suit your budget better
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GeoffW wrote:
20 Nov 2020, 23:48
This may suit your budget better
Ah!
Twothsome!!
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Speaking of moose. Here's a warning to Canadians. Do not let moose lick your car.
https://edition.cnn.com/2020/11/22/amer ... index.html

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And don't let moose lick your chocolate mousse...
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Just put the mousse on your hair and you'll look fabulous
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StuartR wrote:
22 Nov 2020, 23:04
Just put the mousse on your hair and you'll look fabulous.
Hair?

:hairout:

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GeoffW wrote:
22 Nov 2020, 21:27
Speaking of moose. Here's a warning to Canadians. Do not let moose lick your car.
https://edition.cnn.com/2020/11/22/amer ... index.html
Having seen the results of Moose vs car or even good sized pickup etc. I would certainly try very hard not to allow a moose anywhere near a vehicle I was in. Even in fairly high speed collisions the moose ALWAYS WINS !!! And usually comes back and tries to destroy said vehicle. They are extremely tough and strong animals !!!
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NotQuite wrote:
22 Nov 2020, 23:12
GeoffW wrote:
22 Nov 2020, 21:27
Do not let moose lick your car.
,,,,extremely tough and strong animals !!!
:yep: It's important to know when you're licked.
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Some cars cannot cope with strong licker.

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GeoffW wrote:
23 Nov 2020, 21:28
Some cars cannot cope with strong licker.
:cheers:

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