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    Re: Bird ID

    A new post received today578521
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    Re: Bird ID

    Streaky headed Seedeater
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    Re: Lockdown Birding

    Some really amazing pics, pity no names... Does not encourage new birders...
    REALLY GUYS
  4. Re: What is a good A/T tyre for the new Jimny

    Just dont run them hard, wife has old shape pumped to 1.6kpa, big difference in comfort
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    I was at Makro this week. Lots of baking paper available
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    If you find your bread sticking, try the pan upside down on a rack and cover with quite a damp cloth for a few minutes and try removing again
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    Save the wrappers from your butter... Good used as pan liners...
    Stone ground flours are available at most SPAR and Checkers... ASK for it you may be surprised , as with baking paper...
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    Re: Sourdough Starter

    Baking paper/parchment paper is the best as it is a non stick both sides, I prefer the Supa Mama brand... Just unavailable in Durban at the moment...
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    The pans bottom you asked about570012
  10. Sticky: Re: No Nature Shots allowed !! Showcase your other photographic skills

    The view from where i am working today
    23 ships laying off today569613569614569615
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    Sorry boet just saw your question now, its actually the pattern on the base... Its a Jamie Oliver brand
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    Re: Solar Geyser

    This is exactly the problem, if one geysers pipe length is a bit shorter/longer than the other anything creating a more restricted or open flo changes the whole ball game

    For your 3 x 200lt...
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    Re: Earthen- cement oven

    Where did you get that wood?
  14. Re: 1968 VW Notchback 1900 S........Value, Etc Etc??

    I used to have one of those
    Thought the S = Sedan...
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    Posted in the wrong thread, can it be moved
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    Last night I made beef burgers, I was on Westville North Butchery a while ago and saw a really course fatty mince, when I asked for some the guy said it's the mix for drywors and not for sale, anyway...
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    Re: Biltong

    I freeze my biltong when it thaws it it actually amazing.
    Freezing also seems to tenderize it more
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    Re: Biltong

    I add brown sugar, black pepper, course salt and some Worcestershire sauce spice to the readymix
    I spray the biltong with vinegar and sprinkle it with spice mix, average is 50g per kg... Pack the...
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    Re: Augrabies flooding

    You can do a Google image seach
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    Re: Video van die Augrabies - 10 dae VOOR die vloed

    Then just do the credit in this thread, it's the right thing to do
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    Re: Game / bird viewing binoculars

    I'm very happy with my Nikons, very bright compared to bushnell
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    Re: Biltong

    Andrew do you add salt or use it as is
    Do you soak in vinegar or do you spray bottle it on
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    Re: Biltong

    I have been making Rump Steak biltong
    It is far more cost effective and a tastier cut than silverside... Even better than Waygu silverside
    Rump is going for about R90kg,
    Silverside goes from...
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    Re: Biltong

    A little Brown sugar is a must, keeps meat moist
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    Re: Game / bird viewing binoculars

    What's your budget
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    Pics from Durbans new cracked prominade early this am561876561877561878561879
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    Gutteral Toad
  28. Re: Would you help someone in distress? My story….

    Not good news
    How did it all end?

    Does the cell phone emergency number not operate even when there is no signal? Was led to believe it would work in nearly any situation
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    Re: Earthen- cement oven

    Just make sure you not cooking on Galvinizing...
    Never stop scheming
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    Re: Bathroom breaks at night in Botswana!

    Was thinking much the same, our [emoji372][emoji372][emoji372]humour!!
    Sorry I'm a plumber....
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    Re: Bathroom breaks at night in Botswana!

    You will also use it at Rooiputs & Polentswa, no night time walkies, the lion hang around the shower and toilet [emoji372], check the paw prints around your camp in the morning, that's enough for you...
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    Re: Bathroom breaks at night in Botswana!

    Dig a hole, what would you do without a toilet???
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    Re: Am I just full of sh#t

    May be its not the height that's the problem, more diameter needed
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    Re: Am I just full of sh#t

    What 42D
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    Re: Bathroom breaks at night in Botswana!

    Strong bucket
    OR
    We have a little portable chemical loo that is amazing
    No odours and totally unobtrusive very easy to clean, chemicals are "ecofriendly"
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