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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    I grew up with this as a kid and still make batches of it for myself and friends.

    Ways to enjoy it are-

    1) As filling between to two plain Digestive cookies

    2) Spread on banana slices

    3) Warmed up and drizzled on ice cream

    4) Make a pie



    Very important to keep the cans submerged while boiling.

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    Water has always been an issue here. I live outside the city and my water comes from a deep well. The way around this was to install a transfer switch so my Yamaha generator can power the well pump. Lately, with all the talk about things like EMP weapons, I've been considering installing a manual well pump as a back up to the backup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TK421a View Post
    Water has always been an issue here. I live outside the city and my water comes from a deep well. The way around this was to install a transfer switch so my Yamaha generator can power the well pump. Lately, with all the talk about things like EMP weapons, I've been considering installing a manual well pump as a back up to the backup.
    Or build a faraday cage for your generator...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootemup604 View Post
    Or build a faraday cage for your generator...
    How do you deal with the cabling from the generator to the pump and other devices? I guess in some setups you could put the pump in the cage too..
    We were told he wasn't ready, now we know he will never be!
    Rewarding 4 years of incompetence and corruption with 4 more years, says a lot about our electorate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve MKII View Post
    The outdoor life series are not too bad. I have this one


    I would hesitate to buy that magazine just based on the cover art. What does a pile of burnt up matches convey to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TK421a View Post
    Water has always been an issue here. I live outside the city and my water comes from a deep well. The way around this was to install a transfer switch so my Yamaha generator can power the well pump. Lately, with all the talk about things like EMP weapons, I've been considering installing a manual well pump as a back up to the backup.
    I think its called “Buffalo pumps” or similar. Hand pumps designed for deep wells. 250ft kinda deep. Most hand pumps can’t get that deep it seems...

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    Quote Originally Posted by labradort View Post
    I would hesitate to buy that magazine just based on the cover art. What does a pile of burnt up matches convey to you?
    Someone isn't very good at starting a fire?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisc View Post
    Someone isn't very good at starting a fire?
    Exactly. But I could have got it wrong. Maybe that's the intended audience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisc View Post
    Someone isn't very good at starting a fire?
    Perhaps the prepper forgot the fire wood and only had the bit of wood in the match stick.

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