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Urban farming is hardly a new concept. Watch “Edible City,” and you’ll discover the trend was really taking root (see what we did there?) around 2008.But today, tonier restaurants on both coasts have gone beyond simply growing mint on the roof or kale next to the patio. Indoor farming, or sometimes called vertical farming, a highly technological, grow-your-own-indoors method, has been ...

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It is famous for being complicated - and all the big hydroponic operations have PhDs on the staff because 0.1% yield wobbles when playing in that league cause panic - but it's just a way to make plants as happy as possible, and even thin Miracle-Gro soup makes most of them ecstatic, if the roots have oxygen.

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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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Listen to music from Hydroponic Click like Get The Fuck Up [Komatoze ft. J-Nut & J-Bone], Another Catastophe [ft.J-Nut & J-Bone, Dion & Dirty Red] & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Hydroponic Click.

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The last time I farmed for FSD materials I found an Anarchy Famine system. Went to the distribution center, parked right in between the 4 T-9's and just spun in place scanning wakes (with a G5 lmost 8km Wake Scanner) until I had 50 of them.

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@Kiku I was at Merope 5C (-26.32, -156.40) barnacles site 2 nights ago. It took me almost 2 hours to find that thing. The terrain are steep as hell, just one little wrong turn my SRV was rolling down the hill like a ball.

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The farm Steven Dring operates in south London isn't like that. In fact, it's not even visible from street level. The operation is situated in an air raid shelter 100 feet underground that has ...

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The world's human population currently stands at around 7.6 billion and is projected to reach 11.2 billion by 2100. We will therefore need a food production and distribution system that can ...

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Christine Miller sits among some of the 250 marijuana plants on her farm near Benbow, California, October 12, 2016. Miller is concerned about the increase cost to operate her 250-plant farm if ...

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fol farming can only be done on post game! get a full yellow bonus board (+140% FOL) synth 2 Mille-Feuille to a 4blank weapon (+80% FOL) 4 characters should have this so that would be (+320% FOL) synth 1 Mille-Feuille to a neck acc (+30% FOL) 4 characters would be wearing this so that would be (+120% FOL) synth 1 Mille-Feuille to a Foal Snaps (+45% EXP) 4 characters would be wearing this so ...

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Seaweed farming and its surprising benefits. Seaweed may be thought of as a nuisance, but an increasing number of fishermen, scientists and consumers are seeing it as a solution

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Stardew Valley has received a positive reception in the years since, with our own review scoring the game an impressive 9/10. Stardew Valley has seen some enticing discounts recently.

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17 Feb 2020 ... The Globe and Mail ... Globe Investor Tools ... Climate change's impact on the availability of arable land has been studied for at least the past ...

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As long as you utilize strategy, the difficulty isn't too bad. If you really want a leg up, you can kill off everyone except Cecil (and possibly Yang) to get some power-leveling done on Mt. Ordeals where the enemies are easy and give decent experience.

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Engage your FSD to Jump to the next System. This will bring you into the next system at ZERO THROTTLE. • Plot Jumps to the closest Neutron Star, Honk, Scan it, enter the Galaxy Map, choose another Non Sequence Star, Line up your Jump, Engage FSD, Throttle Up when your FSD is Charged.

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I just want to clear the air on one thing too: Everyone says that Farosh spawns from Lake Hyrule at 12am in game time. This is NOT true. Although yes he does spawn from Lake Hyrule, it does not have to be 12am in game time for this to happen.

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Uh I got the ailing loran chalice from amygdala - no NG or NG+. As I am level 100, 30k a quick easy run is a godsend, much more convenient than the annoying scholar run in byrgenwerth or the executioner run in hemwick. I'd still rather fight 8 hooded beasts than 1 sage any day. I usually die 1 out of 5 times fighting a sage. *shrug*

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Farming Simulator 2013 Titanium also comes with an online mode and online services. You'll be able to manage a farm with up to 10 other players online or via local network. You can also share mods ...

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Big Barn World (BBW) is the new social farming sensation where you can play on your own or join up with friends. Obviously playing with friends is much better which is why we encourage everyone to ...

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Collect, Trade, Breed and Grow over 120 popular strains of Cannabis with millions of possible hybrid strains!

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Possible dumb question, but what's is the best way to farm zeni? Is it the Hercule event? Finally hit level 50 the other day so I'm not the most knowledgeable about the game so I apologize if it's a silly question.

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Dangerous "like-farming" scam returns to Facebook. Here's what you need to know. By Jennifer Earl Updated on: February 27, 2017 / 5:06 PM / CBS News

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For Tom Clancy's The Division on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Division Tech Farming (WSP)".

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The place is owned by Portuguese, and they also sell swell egg custard tarts (pasteis de nata). Barry eats with me frequently, so he’s learned to pace. Joel, as photos above indicate, made the mistake of eating full-out at each stop (hear the precise moment—after the horse steak, after the foie gras poutine, and after the blood sausage ...

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Read page 2 of the Anyone know how to use this - I see the instructions on the back, looking for anyone’s experience with this stuff :) discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Chinese food community. Join the discussion today.

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Denise Lum-Kan, executive director of the San Francisco Bay Area office of Tupperware, Inc., says Tupperware is a “treasured possession” that must be returned. However, I think that asking your friends to return your Tupperware is like asking them to return a Ziploc bag.

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In all my 20 years as a food writer, I never ever let a restaurant know I'm a reviewer. Too often, they fall all over you with great service and freebies. Then you have no chance to see how a typical customer is treated. I'm shocked that this writer would accept a free meal as payment for a review! That's totally amateur... blogger or not!

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When Should Bartenders Cut You Off? By Helena Echlin. February 7, 2012 Edit. Dear Helena, The other night I was sitting at a bar having a glass of wine and catching up with my girlfriend, and this guy leaned over to listen to my conversation, clearly eavesdropping. He let out chuckles from time to time.

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a while back I was in Panang and went to a dim sum place that was very interesting - a very large place, open on the side, with plastic chairs and tables, really simple. a lot of dim sum standards, but also maybe a third of the dim sum were very localized, very malaysian.

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Dear Helena, Every month my book group has a potluck dinner. Last time, three people showed up with lasagne and no one brought salad. I am hosting this month and want to make sure there’s more variety.

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A discussion on Chowhound recently pondered the question: What are the signs of good prosciutto? First, real prosciutto is dry—beware the moist slices resembling lunch meat that you find in plastic packages at the supermarket, splatgirl says. Good prosciutto is dry-aged, resulting in a firm, dry product.

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Which Grocery Delivery Service Is Best for You? ... Your post has been published! Share your post with your fan club! Take me to my post. Restaurants & Bars. Quebec (inc. Montreal) Does anyone know where I can get green or young coconuts in montreal? New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the ...

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In this episode Guillermo visits Kings County Distillery, New York City’s oldest distillery after prohibition (opened 2010). While Head Distiller and co-owner Colin Spoelman gives a tour of the 119-year-old facility, they talk about the illegal origins of the spirit, bringing Kentucky moonshine to Brooklyn, and how to make it in a DIY distiller set up.

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Of course, filling a takeout order isn’t as much work as bringing everything nicely plated to your table, not to mention keeping your water glasses filled and clearing away your dishes. So you need not tip 20 percent. Instead, you should tip somewhere between a couple of bucks and 10 percent. Tip on the higher end if your order was ...

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i have to admit, i am a fiend for the candy cane kisses! i saw they had finally come in a few weeks before christmas..but when i went to actually buy a bag they were all sold out! this resulted in me walking into nearly every food store randomly to see if i could find any... i finally did find a shoppers drug mart that had a box of them so i swooped in and grabbed not just one, but 4 bags!

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Dear Helena, About once a week, my girlfriend and I order sushi from a place on the next block. We pick it up since it’s so close. And every week we have the...

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Recipes We all cook for different reasons. Whether you want to make an easy weeknight dinner for two, cook a healthy work lunch, bake a cake for a friend's birthday, or plan a menu for a dinner party, we've got the recipes for beginner cooks and experts alike.

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The San Francisco Chronicle ran a “slow news day, huh?” story on its front page Sunday marveling over the fact that amateurs posting online restaurant reviews...

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While culinary fanfare surrounding France, Italy, and Spain’s restaurant scenes has always dominated the media landscape, I was hoping to find that Brussels was so much more than waffles, frites, beer, and chocolate.And after five days exploring the city and eating as much our stomachs could, well, stomach, I can confirm that it surpassed my expectations and then some.

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If a truly perfect dish exists, it just might be shakshuka.Easy to make, totally flexible, both comforting and exciting to eat, healthy, inexpensive, and composed of ingredients you likely regularly have on hand, it checks all the boxes for an ideal meal—plus, it’s fit for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner!As long as you like eggs and tomatoes, you’ll love this one-pan marvel, but even ...

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Where does canola oil come from? It’s pressed from the seeds of a special variety of Brassica napus, a plant in the mustard family closely related to bok choi and turnips.Brassica napus’s unfortunate common name is rapeseed (from rapum, Latin for “turnip”).But that’s not its only problem. Rapeseed typically contains high levels of erucic acid (which makes oils go rancid quickly, is ...

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Soy lecithin is an additive found in many everyday foods, but it’s normally used in such small amounts that it rarely exceeds more than 1 percent of the weight of any food product. It works as an emulsifier in candy bars, keeping the cocoa and cocoa butter from separating.

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Chowhound member wasabica likes a good order of kitfo, a traditional Ethiopian dish made with raw beef and spices that pack a punch. Among the LA shops serving...

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Read the What feature would you like to see on Chowhound? discussion from the Chowhound Feedback Archive food community. Join the discussion today. Rank Your Favorite (and Least Favorite) Halloween Candy. Stylish & Shatterproof Dinnerware for Outdoor Entertaining +

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Just been to the ninety nine restaurant to pick up a to go menu, when looking at it I noticed on the cover they will be adding a 3% packaging charge. I find this crazy. e-mail the 99 and they e-mail back they do charge in some of there restaurant. I would like chowhound opions.

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This is a huge issue for me. I live in a small resort town and my industry (timeshare sales and marketing) is chock-full of hyper-social people. My social life is overloaded in the spring, summer and fall. In winter, I try to take a break. I have tried the honesty route and most of the time the inviter will try to jostle me out of my "funk".

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T here’s something powerful about hacking apart a pig, slathering it with salt and spices, tying it up, and letting it hang in the cellar until covered with mold. “It shows what you’re capable of doing,” says Christine Mullen, executive chef of San Francisco’s CAV Wine Bar & Kitchen.. “Not everybody can make their own salami and have a great product.”

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While they’ve made the recipe widely available to be replicated at home -- trust me, I’ve tried -- it still tastes best when a hot plate arrives in front of you, the small garlic bits grasping the sticky meat for dear life, and the contrast of crunchy skin and tender, moist meat is one that cures blues any day of the week.

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Read the Where do you keep the Kitchen Aid mixer? discussion from the Chowhound Cookware, Mixers Attachments food community. Join the discussion today.

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All I can say about Red Lobster's clams is "where's the clam?". It was all breading with some stringy little thing in a few of the fried clams. I didn't get a lobster from the tank, but a lobster tail that was dried out. So even if you pick your lobster straight from the tank, there's a chance of it being cooked badly.

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Farmers have to be patient; it takes four or five years for an apple tree to produce fruit. Apples are the second most valuable fruit in the country. Oranges top the list. Apples can be as small as cherries, as large as grapefruits, or any size in-between. It’s believed that the longest-lived apple tree was planted by Peter Stuyvesant in 1647.

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Read the Prasantin and others, need your help picking a Wpg restaurant for a party discussion from the Chowhound Restaurants, Prairie Provinces food community. Join the discussion today.

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It’s the $1,000 machine used by Ferran Adrià, and can only be seen by civilians after a prearranged in-home meeting with a “sales partner”—think Tupperware “consultant.” As if those obstacles weren’t enough, Vorwerk, the German manufacturer, stopped selling Thermomixes in the United States in 2003, says Aline Martin of Vorwerk USA.

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A full cup of tamarind concentrate mixed with an equal amount of orange juice, plus lime juice, garlic, and ginger, makes for a bold, tangy-sweet take on simple chicken thighs. This is the kind of quick and easy dish you can whip up on a busy weeknight, without sacrificing interesting flavor. Get the Roasted Tamarind Chicken Thighs recipe.

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I had terrible pho at Pho 999 on Sepulveda. Seriously lousy. I can get a very similar experience from a Top Ramen seasoning packet. It was bad enough that my lunchmate and I both paid, left our near-full bowls on the table, and bought lunch elsewhere.

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A hole-in-the-wall removed from the Little Ethiopia strip on Fairfax, Ibex sometimes hits a home run, says westsidegal, like with their rich and marvelous...

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Please help! I need to figure out what could be causing this, ruining expensive food, and how to fix it if possible. I live in a reasonably sized apt in a top floor in Northern California, but because I rent all my kitchen appliances are old as hell (fridge, that stupid white fridge, stove, dishwasher, cabinets,all of it ancient) Every now and again I will eat something and it will taste awful ...

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“My feeling is that the term ‘foraging’ provides a green shield,” says aser. “It gives an air of authenticity to the restaurant, that they’re really connected to their food source. People must think, there’s no way a lone forager can rape the land to a barren state.

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