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Thread: Not For The Squimish

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    Not For The Squimish

    Decided to cull backyard pond this morning. As I have said before, nothing goes to waste. Had a few friends over this evening to enjoy the byproduct.

    !!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!

    This vid is not for the squimish. View vid at your own discretion.

    http://www.virginkoi.net/id27.htm

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    Shock horror - how could you cook those Keifer?????????

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    Wow! I don't think you should really give that recipe out..

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    Japanese recipe

    Hey kiefer, is that a traditional Japanese recipe??? If so it must be from the far south region
    BTW, how goes the mud pond? Are the ones you moved back to grow out enjoying their bigger digs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaBear
    Hey kiefer, is that a traditional Japanese recipe??? If so it must be from the far south region
    BTW, how goes the mud pond? Are the ones you moved back to grow out enjoying their bigger digs?
    Morning PB

    Let u know, today will be the first chance i've had to move them.

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    Wow, not really surprised...Because me being filipino, it doesn't bother me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaBear
    Hey kiefer, is that a traditional Japanese recipe??? If so it must be from the far south region
    BTW, how goes the mud pond? Are the ones you moved back to grow out enjoying their bigger digs?
    Just got back from the farm. The younglings wasted no time exploring the reaches of their new homw.

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    All I can say is WOW.
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    Carp is better smoked.... To many bones

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