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@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ C: Well, what are we talking about today?
M: Today we are talking about dehydrated meals. And we're talking about this now because you recently released a video on the internet.
C: Partly because I was very impatient because you were having a phone call, but eventually getting a little bit bored in between. And I was like, you know what? I had some of the dehydrated meals out and I'm like, I'm just going to start recording a little jokey cooking show about all of this. And so it was Christine's kitchen, a cooking show that doesn't exist and probably never will. And I recorded these little clips and at the last Hack & Craft , I put them together and then put them online. And people actually seemed to enjoy it. I mean, like 150 views, not like a ton of people, but like, you know, enough.
C: Partly because I was very impatient because you were having a phone call, but eventually getting a little bit bored in between. And I was like, "you know what?" I had some of the dehydrated meals out and I'm like, "I'm just going to start recording a little jokey cooking show about all of this". And so it was Christine's kitchen, a cooking show that doesn't exist and probably never will. And I recorded these little clips and at the last Hack & Craft , I put them together and then put them online. And people actually seemed to enjoy it. I mean, like 150 views, not like a ton of people, but like, you know, enough.
M: Yeah. And we'll link that in the show notes.
@ -60,9 +60,7 @@ C: Other things perhaps, spinach,
M: Spinach, turnip greens...
C: Turnip greens. Yeah, we've dehydrated a lot of turnip greens. Yeah. It is easier to grow turnip greens to the
this to grow like the thing that people think of as turnips I feel.
C: Turnip greens. Yeah, we've dehydrated a lot of turnip greens. Yeah. It is easier to grow turnip greens than it is to grow like the thing that people think of as turnips I feel.
M: Yeah.
@ -70,9 +68,7 @@ C: So...
M: The main one that we use it for is travel.
C: Yeah, traveling. That's the main main purpose for us. And sometimes also you're just lazy and you're like, I don't have any food in the freezer, any food in the fridge. What do I got? And you're just like, okay, well, we've
got these things that normally we would eat while we were traveling. And there we go. Back up, just heat up some hot water.
C: Yeah, traveling. That's the main main purpose for us. And sometimes also you're just lazy and you're like, I don't have any food in the freezer, any food in the fridge. What do I got? And you're just like, okay, well, we've got these things that normally we would eat while we were traveling. And there we go. Back up, just heat up some hot water.
M: Yeah. So you may recall we mentioned this, these dehydrated meals when we did the episode on the van that we converted into a camper because that is a really easy type of food for transporting; it's shelf-stable.
@ -106,9 +102,7 @@ M: it's not Wisconsin-specific, but it is very Wisconsin.
C: It is very Wisconsin. That's correct.
M: Yeah. And also like, if you are traveling via plane and you want to have meal options and not have
to pay like $20 for a small hamburger at the airport, this is something that you can get through TSA easily.
M: Yeah. And also like, if you are traveling via plane and you want to have meal options and not have to pay like $20 for a small hamburger at the airport, this is something that you can get through TSA easily.
C: I also have made batches of these things. And since you can make them in such large bulk amounts at once, you can just pour them in a mason jar. And I have given them to friends who have just left them on their desk and then at lunch, they're like, "Oh, it's time for some meal". They just grab a scoop and just scoop out some meal into a thing, pour some hot water in there. And they're like, "Oh, it was so great when I had that, I did'nt have to think about lunch, I just scoop out some meal", you know. And the final reason is because it's fun. And also because it can maybe kind of disturb and weird out the people around you where you're like, "look at this bag full of this desiccated substance. This will soon be chili".
@ -386,7 +380,7 @@ C: You can just use that. They have like a hummus mix sometimes?
M: Yeah, that's helpful for these.
C: Depending on what you're making, like, I've made some interesting, weird things that would not be a normal recipe I would make, but we're like, oh, "let's make a creamy chickpea thing". And it was delicious. There are also all sorts of other things that you can go online and you can find, like, some weird things. So like, they'-re--
C: Depending on what you're making, like, I've made some interesting, weird things that would not be a normal recipe I would make, but we're like, oh, "let's make a creamy chickpea thing". And it was delicious. There are also all sorts of other things that you can go online and you can find, like, some weird things. So like, they're--
M: Oh, wait, the one of the easy ones that you can get in like any grocery store that we use a lot is instant mashed potatoes.
@ -546,11 +540,11 @@ out with things like this. Because it seems like this is the algorithm trying to
C: You-- let me actually put this the way that you said it. You're like, "Christine, you have to stop. This is how people get indoctrinated into white nationalism!" So yes, the funny thing is, is that you get the most extreme ends of the political spectrum when you're talking about people getting into creating dehydrated meal stuff. Like there are--
M: Because you have like the very far left
M: Because you have like the very far left--
C: Hippie--
M: Hippie, like the anarchist co-op.
M: Hippie, like, the anarchist co-op.
C: Yeah, like backpackers who, you know, yeah, they're very, environmentally conscious. And then you have the people who are waiting for the apocalypse and they make jokes about the zombie apocalypse sometimes, but they're actually maybe talking about something else. And it's sometimes a little bit disturbing. So you just cross the whole range of the political spectrum and find all that stuff. But you, audience member, don't have to do that if you don't want to, you can just go to Backpacking Chef Blog to read about that. It's pretty good.
@ -660,16 +654,17 @@ M: That's true.
(Both laughing)
C: The umm, the umm (laughing) [the cat] is being very funny. Uh, umm... But but but also. Well. You-- I don't know if you-- Oh you mean-- I was gonna-- I had-- So-- How about-- How about-- I-- We-- You-- Do you wanna--
C: The umm, the umm (laughing) [the cat] is being very funny. Uh, umm... But but but also. Well. (Stammering) You-- I don't know if you-- Oh you mean-- I was gonna-- I had-- So-- How about-- How about-- I-- We-- You-- Do you wanna--
M: I didn't know you had a plan.
C: Do you wanna do your favorite which is the
Both: The mac and cheese florentine?
Both: The Mac and Cheese Florentine?
M: Yeah.
C: You know, like, some sort of hippie grocery store?
M: (Chuckling)