Jackfruit heralded as 'miracle' food crop

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Re: Jackfruit heralded as 'miracle' food crop

Post by vladimir » Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:48 pm

0to60 wrote:I've had similar thoughts. Sugarcane = rum :beer2:
At 3500 riel a bottle, you couldn't compete with Mekong.

I get wifey to make a fruitjuice in the blender and add vodka/mekong/tequila/brake fluid/sheep dip whatever.
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Re: Jackfruit heralded as 'miracle' food crop

Post by Mr Curious » Thu Aug 28, 2014 2:21 am

oh, so yer lazy :)
one of the things about being over there is how to occupy your time.
While so many seem to be fine with hitting a bar every day, it's NOT my way. I like to tinker with stuff and distilling stuff might be a fun way to go. I knew a guy that modified a crockpot and produced something drinkable. AND imagine if one HIT on a great blend. Firstly, no mekong, lets face it, that's a bit rough. Second, stuff to be busy with that don't involve paying for a seat (basically). Thirdly, booze to give all yer drunk buddies :) The list goes on. I ain't joining a tennis club. Don't think that guy got one response.
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