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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    I have tried a slightly different version of that, w/ the herring.. The theme was Norwegian, via Minnesota..

    I had several dishes I had never tried & honestly thought would be disgusting but which were quite good & I encouraged my picky daughters/family to try them..

    Pickled herring was prob the most surprising as it had cream or sour cream of some type & was not fishy & the flavors well balanced..

    Another surprise was Pheasant (leg quarters) & Elk sausages cooked in sauerkraut..

    The flavors coalesce very nicely, not sour & tended to lighten up a bit the heavier flavors of the meats.... YUM!!!!!
    I really like sauerkraut, and that sounds really good!

    One thing I appreciate about the Baltic countries: smoked, salted, and pickled fish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Life is Golden View Post
    Have you ever tried intermittent fasting? It's supposed to reduce inflammation.
    I do intermittent fasting. Metabolic issues can be fixed by ourselves. I'm preaching to the choir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MASON View Post
    Sucking on dried ginger helps my touchy stomach!
    I take ginger in capsules, every morning. I also chew 2 PREbiotic gummies in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Controlled Opposition View Post
    I take ginger in capsules, every morning. I also chew 2 PREbiotic gummies in the morning.
    I like the dried ginger I get from Kroger!
    I take probiotics and magnesium,and a multiple vitamin every other day
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    I see a lot of ppl now using kumbucha.....

    We use to make it 15+ years ago & now I think it does help many ppl, but not because it is some mystical elixir "from the orient" but because it is vinegar/acidic & most Americans aren't making that part of their diet..

    It is really sad that some in our country have more trust & respect for foreign adversarial leaders than our own loyal opposition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MASON View Post
    Go to the dried fruit section of Kroger or wherever you shop,get the ginger,nothing natural works as good as ginger!
    I have ginger tea, would that work? Ginger is one of the herbs I have only slight experience with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    I see a lot of ppl now using kumbucha.....

    We use to make it 15+ years ago & now I think it does help many ppl, but not because it is some mystical elixir "from the orient" but because it is vinegar/acidic & most Americans aren't making that part of their diet..
    I just take Mother’s, don’t have to mess with making tea!
    That’s why I’m so screwed up, because I had a father who pushed me so hard,” Trump acknowledged in 2007, in a brief and rare moment of self-awareness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantasmal View Post
    I just take Mother’s, don’t have to mess with making tea!
    My daughter makes it but I don't drink it any more.. If I feel my tummy getting out of wack I will eat something that requires vinegar, kruat-dog etc..

    It is really sad that some in our country have more trust & respect for foreign adversarial leaders than our own loyal opposition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    I have ginger tea, would that work? Ginger is one of the herbs I have only slight experience with.
    Ginger tea should help!Ginger has been used for stomach issues for 100's if not 1000's of years
    Melchizedek

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    Quote Originally Posted by Controlled Opposition View Post
    I do intermittent fasting. Metabolic issues can be fixed by ourselves. I'm preaching to the choir.
    What is your window? Do you ever do OMAD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    I have ginger tea, would that work? Ginger is one of the herbs I have only slight experience with.
    Here Jade, maybe this will help:

    https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320705.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    It is also very, very easy to grow & can be evasive..

    I cook w/ it as well... I actually dropped some in my ham n bean soup, for the first time but have added it in pasta & salads as well..

    It is really sad that some in our country have more trust & respect for foreign adversarial leaders than our own loyal opposition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I've tried Chamomile supplements, and peppermint oil. They are stronger forms then the tea. You want enteric coated with the oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    It is also very, very easy to grow & can be evasive..

    I cook w/ it as well... I actually dropped some in my ham n bean soup, for the first time but have added it in pasta & salads as well..
    I'm trying to start some indoors in peat pots. So far it's not doing much. Given our local climate, if that shit can be invasive all hats off to it! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I'm trying to start some indoors in peat pots. So far it's not doing much. Given our local climate, if that shit can be invasive all hats off to it! lol
    Yea, I dunno how it does in tundra lol... Does great here. Perhaps a big pot.. Peat does not hold much water?? It does like water, & I never fertilize mine as I am afraid it will explode..

    You have some old crappy soil you could mix w/ it, & maybe a shot of some nitrogen to get it happy & excited??

    It is really sad that some in our country have more trust & respect for foreign adversarial leaders than our own loyal opposition.

    “But I suppose the most revolutionary act one can engage in is... to tell the truth.”
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