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SKULLBIKER'S 2022 FLOG(food log)

Well, it's about time to start this years FLOG. I guess now the first pic of the thread is the cover image.🤷🏻‍♂️ I made a frozen pizza the other day, This is it after adding Mixed Cowboy Candy to it and jammin' it into the Breyville.

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Now for the story that preceded that!
Here's the Box:

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Here's the pizza as purchased:

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Here's the pizza "dolled up":

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skullbiker

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The Emerald Fire Jalapenos from my GLOG, turns out it's less than half of what I need. Deseeded but including the "brain".

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Squeezin the life blood out of them to make some jelly.

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That bowl full got me just over a pint of juice, I need 40 oz..

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I decided to make a nice green salsa so I saved the tailings for that. Started with some Brad's Atomic Grape tomatoes featuring a siamese one.

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Added in the usual ingredients also, garlic, cilantro, onion(recently picked), lime juice. plus a bit of Jalapeno powder as it needed just a little more kick.

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I ended up with 4 pints. As a note, those tomatoes are superb in salsa.

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skullbiker

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I took the Kossak Kohlrabi that I picked the other day plus another similar to it to make kohlrabi kraut. About 5 lbs total after peeling.
First I cut them up so I could feed the pieces into the Kitchenaid/grater.

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I shredded them up, chopped up some of my recently picked Red Creole onions(which I find are the only onion to make my eyes water in many years), and buzzed a bunch of fresh Rio Haullaga Rocoto to add a little zip. I added 3% sea salt, let it rest a while and then packed it into a gallon jar with a vacuum fermenter lid. In a week(or more) we shall see what we have.

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