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 No.281

I'm extremely butthurt because I said some certain things that can used against me because of laws and I don't want to have a criminal past because it'd keep me having good jobs in future.

I can't delete it and requested to admin to flush it down but he is afk at the moment and I'm very anxious.

also general blogposting

 No.283

I'm sorry to hear that. Maybe it will be resolved soon by the admin deleting it. If not, my advice is to take it like a man.
I dunno how it goes on the Turkey but here there are some offenses which aren't count in your rep sheat. Ofc they don't delete it and if you do something the police and other departments of the justice system will know about it and will take it into consideration when judged again, but those doesn't count if one wants a "moral certificate" which certain jobs demand.

Our grape "harvest" is very promising, turned out nicely, I'd glad I put much work in it (and money for the chemicals to spray).

 No.285

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>I'm extremely butthurt because I said some certain things that can used against me because of laws and I don't want to have a criminal past because it'd keep me having good jobs in future.

Stop worrying about it. Life will end someday, and caring much about work and laws is not what you need to do. Good person will find work even with criminal record.

On blogspot side, there are fucking apples. Don't even know what to do, and have no time or energy to do something with them. I've asked friends but they don't need apples too. Some people have same apple problem, others just don't like them.

 No.286

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>>285
I liek apples.
>have no time or energy to do something with them
Too bad. You could have made cider.
But beside eating as is, maybe you can introduce some variety into your diet. Sometimes I liek to grate one in my eggs.
Scrambled eggs but not savory but sweet: little sugar, little salt, and a grated apple (to three eggs). Tastes really good.
Maybe you could offer them to local zoo, I suppose quite a few animals can chow on them. Maybe ask for a free ticket in return, or two and bring the grill you carpool with.

 No.287

>>286
I dun goofed the recipe. So here it is:
- 3 eggs
- little sugar
- little flour(!), maybe one spoon per eggs
- 1 apple grated
Scramble the whole thing then fry it in oil.

 No.288

>>285
make vodkas ofc

 No.292

>>288
That's a very genre appropriate advice.

 No.293

>>281
How likely is it that any employer of yours would find it? On an obscure site it may never be discovered at all.

>>283
>grape "harvest"
My grandmother's grapes will be ready soon, I helped her prune them a couple months ago. She lives on retirement money and grows grapes, dragonfruit and other stuff as a hobby.

 No.308

>>293
I assumed it's something he can get convicted for. Which might goes on his rep sheet.
>dragonfruit
Never ever.

 No.312

Someone slid the whole /b/. Had a KC thread going slow, but no value was lost.
Someone reposted that proud Sarmatian, the Turan is stronk in him.

 No.314

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>>312
wut?

 No.315

>>314
'bout late 2016, early 2017 when we still were on 8/kc one evening some posters started to post their(?) pictures, there were two Polish post, one thin dude in a tracksuit but his face masked with a bandana or something, and another thicker guy with short black hair and beard and dark eyes. I commented both, to the first that he looked like a hooligan, the second I replied Turan is stronk in him.
Now this second guy's picture was posted again.

 No.317

>>315
can you repost the picture?

 No.321

>>317
I cannot either, didn't save any.
The black dude's is a frontal "headshot". The hooligan was a full one in a commieblock apartment or some such I assume.

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But I have a couple of Sinaola.

 No.343

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>>315
was he albanian? was it this picture?

 No.345

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>>343
No.
No.
I was talking about two pictures of two different dudes. Both Polish. Well, were posted under Polanball, maybe it was the same poster who did I cannot now.
Pic #1 - on a corridor of a flat, guy standing at a doorway opening on the side of the corridor, thin dude, he's wearing a tracksuit and his face is covered, probably a scarf/bandana something like this, I don't think it was a ski mask, maybe was I don't remember now, the piece of cloth was dark
Pic #2 - a photo of the face of a guy, most likely sitting in front of a laptop and just took a shoot with the cam above the screen, wearing dark clothes, shoulders show but otherwise just the face, nothing covers it, he has black hair and beard with stache and dark eyes
I can't describe it more precisely.

 No.349

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Here's some grapes, cut fresh. We keep them on the wines they can't go bad for a long while, just turn more sweet.
I've no idea what types are these. Tried to look it up by their looks, but since there are way over 50 subspecies of grapes grow on the Hungary… We have three or four in the garden, but the forth I almost killed last year and this year it didn't bring any fruit, the third one we already ate it. The little ones maybe hárslevelű, kéknyelű or furmint, at least these were the ones which reminded me of them. Perhaps I'm totally wrong, wouldn't be the first tiem.
There's some blight on the bigger one (which might be muscat) some bunch are full of it sadly. Next year I have to be more careful.
And now I'm gonna feast.

 No.361

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>>308
It's a cactus. A couple years ago it became a fad and many people began to grow it. The fruit looks beautiful but its taste is weak -not watery, but not very sweet either. Internal consistency is roughly comparable to papaya, and likewise I at least consume it by splitting it in half and eating with a spoon. The seeds are not a concern in this case though. Afterwards some of the color sticks to your hand.

 No.362

>>349

What would you do with grapes?

 No.365

>>362
What do you mean?
What use we have? We eat it, there's too little for wine and I don't really have the necessary equipment or barrels (demijohns are fine too tho).
What would I do to preserve them more? I'm pretty sure the blight comes from another plant in the near, so I have to preserve that better. Keep cleaner garden, with more air an sunshine. I kinda left vegetation and weed growing too much which helps various fungi (mold types and such) spread. Also more pesticide…

 No.368

>>365
>What use we have?

Yes, that was the question. If you got amount that you can just eat, it is ok. I'm asking because often people harvesting more than could eat until the food is spoiling.

For example, I've gathered some gooseberry and blackcurrant (not my own actually, but friend asked to collect some because she had too much), and ended with freezing most of them because I couldn't eat them in time (even considering that I made drink with them). But they are compact and could be placed in refrigerator. Same problem exist with apples, but there are no place to store them.

Considering grapes, I know only about using them in wine (of course), juice and simple eating.

 No.373

>>368
Different fruits demands different treatment.
Grapes can stay on the vines for a while. If illnesses don't attack them they could simply just hang until it's freezing. They would loose water eventually, turning into raisins slowly (some wineries leave them out until they get bitten by the frost which makes them more sweet, only then they make wine out of them, they call the final product icewine). We leave them there and only bring as much we eat at one sitting. Sometimes we press juice (must) out of them and drink that, like last year. We don't have too much (liek a dozen vines or so) and just treat them as something that can be eaten only seasonally.
Fruits growing on trees however will drop by themselves if not harvested - and decay on the ground. So they need to be eaten or processed. Alcohol (spirits or cider) is one way, we do it with plums for example. But from plums I also tried and succeeded to make fruit leather (you can see it in the cooking thread on end/kc, I think grapes could be made into fruit leather too), which basically dried fruit without the peel. I think drying is the less work intensive processing. Canning or making jam demands much time. So I leave that to my me mom.
I think with your apples your best bet would be drying. Slice them thin and put them to a place with much direct sunlight and breeze. Alternatively driers can be purchased (needs electricity, but in a commieblock that would be the way). Then store them in a dry place, maybe in paper or cotton/canvas bags. Sadly, I don't have experience in drying apples.
Berries, you can freeze them as you did, or making jam. Or syrups(!) but again I've no experience in that. Also one great way to consume them is milkshake.

 No.378

>>368
If you wish you can reply here, if you have something. I pop in to this place almost every day.
But for a new topic we should use End.

 No.384

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>>373
I had some experience with grapes too, long ago my grandma had summer house in south part of Russia (I've posted photos from there) and there were plenty of grapes. As far as I remember, they were used only for wine (and occasional eating).

>I think with your apples your best bet would be drying. Slice them thin and put them to a place with much direct sunlight and breeze. Alternatively driers can be purchased (needs electricity, but in a commieblock that would be the way). Then store them in a dry place, maybe in paper or cotton/canvas bags. Sadly, I don't have experience in drying apples.


Yes, driers are relatively common thing here. I still don't know what to do, but at least I found some people who like apples and gave them few dozens, so burden is lessened.

>Berries, you can freeze them as you did, or making jam. Or syrups(!) but again I've no experience in that.


I've did something like mors: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mors_(drink)

Got juice using colander and muscle power, took remains, boiled it for few minutes with small amount of sugar, then separated liquid and added juice from first step. It was relatively good, although this thing aren't good for long term storage. But storing frozen berries is ok for me.

 No.385

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>>384
Those are very nice vines, healthy leafs as far as I can tell. I wish ours were like that.
Dehydrators can be used to dry other foodstuff, and they need only some water and heat to re-hydrate them.
Apples can be stored for a few months in cool (but not freezing), dry places. They will evaporate moisture and dry slowly and become less appetizing but still consumable. Maybe even until spring. We get our apples from the market or from acquaintances, sometimes in "larger" quantities, we put them such place and we hope for the best. And end up throwing out part of it.
I think some strain of apples are better for this than others.



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