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Old 08-12-2016, 06:59 PM   #21
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A question forWimbo77.
Who is your avtar picture.??
I think i'm in love,
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Old 08-12-2016, 10:32 PM   #22
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A question forWimbo77.
Who is your avtar picture.??
I think i'm in love,
Australian actress Georgie Parker.
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I liked the 'Immovable Trees' they kept referring to in the cycle road race
Obviously never met the Unstoppable Chainsaw...
TT course on the IOM, Geoff Duke (I think) asked for a telegraph pole to be moved 'cos he kept brushing it with his crash hat, and they did,
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Australian actress Georgie Parker.

Thanks Wim,
Looking forward to your next choice. My avtar needs another shag.
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Why can't the x-men movies be as good as Deadpool?
I mean seriously deadpool was truly awesome and has replaced team america as my favorite movie.
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OK, so wtf are ancient grains?
Why would eat some moldy old grains they found in the back of the barn?
Is this just another marketing scam like gluten?
I mean wtf is gluten and why do I need to be free of it?
Would one of you college boys please way in here and explain this to me.
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OK, so wtf are ancient grains?
Ancient grains are grains that haven't been altered by selective breeding by humans to improve them in some way. Whether they are better for you than modern grains depends on who you talk to. There is no firm evidence they are.
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Is this just another marketing scam like gluten?
I mean wtf is gluten and why do I need to be free of it?
Gluten is a mixture of proteins found in wheat and wheat related grains. If you have Celiac Disease you should definitely be avoiding it.. Eating it won't kill you, just make you wish you were dead.
Again, despite what all the self styled experts would have you believe, there's no evidence that restricting your diet to what our caveman ancestors ate is better for you that eating modern grains.
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An example of an "ancient grain" is bere, or ninety day barley, which has been cultivated in north European countries for millenia. It has been superseded by modern barley in large scale commercial cultivation in most of Europe because modern barley has higher yields. But interest in bere has revived in recent times. It is well suited to conditions in high latitudes where summers are short but summer daylight hours are long: in those long summer days bere matures much faster than most other grain crops. Oats will also grow in these latitudes but they have a different pattern and have to be sown early, because they grow well in cold conditions but go dormant in the summer heat, before finishing and ripening in the autumn. Bere is sown later than oats and has been harvested while the oats are still green.

Bere is also tolerant of salty air and soil. This photogrpah was taken on Orkney "Mainland": the largest island in the Orkneys, in early August. The ripe yellow fields are the bere.

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