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    Funniest movie of all time.

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    At a risk of having this thread totally degenerate . . . but in line with the spirit of it:
    Why did god make farts smelly? So that the deaf can enjoy them too!

    OK, to compensate for that tasteless lapse, when I was in India I found that cooks there add asafoetida ('hing' in Hindi) to lentil and bean curries. A quarter to half a level teaspoon of 'hing' in the pot brings down the level of flatulence. It works!

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    Nice, what cleaver are you using 1303?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaneg View Post
    Nice, what cleaver are you using 1303?
    It is a Moritaka that I had custom made.

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    That looks tasty. I have a bunch of Rancho Gordo beans that need using, so I might try this out. And nothing says Cowboy more than Kombu AND custom Moritaka cleaver.

    Btw, I once heard a doctor talk about farts and he said that we are all cultured from infants to be pleased by them. Gassy infants learn that farting (and burping) relieve gas pressure and make you feel better. Interesting point, and it just takes ridicule in school and dating to change all of that baby learning

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    ...I have a bunch of Rancho Gordo beans that need using...
    Have you used their stuff before? I'm pretty curious about their beans, but the price has scared me away for now. I had some Rancho-Gordo-commissioned heritage corn tortillas made by my favorite Mexican place in SF and they were awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    It never ceases to amaze me that when Blazing Saddles is on TV they censor the fart sounds from that scene.

    You deserve a laurel, and hearty handshake for your accomplishment, sir!
    They censor farting!! are you serious?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotchef38 View Post
    They censor farting!! are you serious?.
    Quite serious. They'll show the scene with the cowboys eating beans, but the track with the fart noises is edited out. The scene makes NO sense without them.
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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    The mods also censor farting in KKF posts.

    k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    The mods also censor farting in KKF posts.

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    Given the participants, it's probably the only way to have any "real" posts get through!
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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