Table of Soaking & Cooking Times For Beans & Whole Grains : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Preparation Forum : One Thread


-- Bingo1 (, July 06, 1999


Good catch!

Gonna have to head out for another printer cartridge and more paper.

This new forum is gonna take a lot of printing!!

-Greybear, puttin those beans on to soak!

-- Greybear (, July 06, 1999.

--Bingo1: Great site, thanks. If Y2K very turns mean, it may be difficult to come up with enough fuel and time to constantly watch your beans, and for that matter your other foods that you cook. To say nothing of the odors they give off. Check with Greybear on the advantages of cooking in a thermas. Easy, energy efficient, no odors, to burning problems, and the flavor of the food seems to improve. Who has the time and energy, along with the fuel to have beans cooking for an hour to an hour and a half. LOL --How do you spell the plural of thermas?

-- thinkIcan (, July 06, 1999.

One word--epazote!!!

Anti-gas herb (right, Greybear?), easy to grow, get seeds at Richters:

FINE catalogue site, lots of useful info, very good descriptions of many herbs. Canadian but no problem getting seeds into country. Check their seminars on the web, links at site. Worth getting catalogue just for encyclopedic info.

-- Old Git (, July 06, 1999.

Anyone know how long to cook the grain Kamut?

-- Libby Alexander (, July 06, 1999.


-- newbiebutnodummy (, July 06, 1999.

Can anyone point me to a good site on this thermos cooking stuff? I've seen it mentioned now several times and was wondering what the deal is. Sound useful to me.

-- Charlie Brown Thermos (, July 06, 1999.

here's kurt saxon's page on thermos cooking:

kurt also has a lot of other good info at his as raising catfish in a it's fun to look around there : )

hope this helps

btw....the plural of thermos HAS to be thermi

-- andrea (, July 07, 1999.

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