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Keep these research reports coming!

"After statistically adjusting for other known CVD risk factors including things like age, income, lifestyle, dietary habits, and other diseases, the CVD risk was lowest for those with high levels of the fatty acid (reflecting high intake of dairy fats). Those with the highest levels had no increased risk of death from all causes."

Cream. A great band. A better fat.


HF Mystery Signals / Fast pips, episodic, repeating 40 m
« on: July 25, 2021, 0042 UTC »
Fast pips, about 35 pips per episode, pips alternate frequency  about 2 kHz apart, episodes last 7 seconds, parallel transmissions on 7121 kHz, 7126 kHz, 7131 kHz,  7166 kHz, and 7171 kHz.

Has been occurring for past 20 minutes as I write this.


I am hearing double and occasional single pips about every 4 seconds on 8825 kHz USB.

Shortwave Pirate / Re: Camelback Radio 4020 USB 0207 14 Feb 2021
« on: February 14, 2021, 0231 UTC »
Big signal into central Florida @ 0231 with food discussion after signoff  :)

Shortwave Broadcast / Re: Radio Rebelde 5025 AM 0003 UTC 2 Aug 2020
« on: August 09, 2020, 1242 UTC »
Radio Rebelde is copyable in my car AM radio often during winter in central Florida.

They broadcast on multiple frequencies throughout the commercial AM broadcast band 530 to 1710 kHz.


Shortwave Pirate / Re: Zekey's Attic 6933 USB 0054 UTC 02 AUG 2020
« on: August 02, 2020, 0156 UTC »
In Orlando, S9+20dB on attic antenna at sign off.

Wow! I read a reference to Beefy King in HFhunderground.... I nearly grew up in that Orlando Beefy King during the 1960s. Itís an Orlando icon.

It is indeed a beautiful display of homebrewingness. Let us know when you have it on the air.

MW Loggings / Re: 530 AM
« on: November 21, 2019, 0053 UTC »
The nice music station that Pinto refers to is Radio Encyclopedia from Cuba. It plays pleasant music.

Terrific graph!

Graphing lets you, me, us, get in touch with the data. Nicely done.


By posting that pic, you are obligated to share the recipe in accordance with Internet Regulation 34.6-2(a-c).


I found Birchbenders Keto Waffle and  Pancake mix at my local  grocery store. https://birchbenders.com/collections/pancake-waffle-mix/products/keto

It's a dry mix to which you add some water to make a pancake and waffle batter.  Very easy.

I get about 5 4" pancakes from one serving, enough for my wife and me (not including the 4 thick Applewood bacon slices that I put on the side.)

I pan  fried the batter in ample butter: the presentation is indistinguishable from a conventional flour-based pancake mix (pleasant golden brown), such as Aunt Jemima's -- although they deflate a little once on the serving plate. The texture is ever so slightly grainy consistent with the almond  flour component, but the taste is very satisfying and a very closely resembles the pancakes I grew up on.

Macros per serving of mix: 56% fat, 23% carbs, 20% protein. I rounded the results: it adds up to 99%)
One serving: two 4" pancakes: 10 g carbs,5g fiber, 9 gr protein.
Ingredients: Almond flour,  eggs, Tigernut flour, coconut flour, Cassava starch, buttermilk,leaving (monocalcium phosphate,sodium bicarbonate), salt, spice.

This product can fit into a keto diet sort of. I'm a little concerned about the cassava starch.

I give it a 9 on a scale of 10 for taste and ease of preparation.


Bacon, BBQ, Beef, And More / Product review: Rhythm Cauliflower Bites
« on: September 01, 2019, 2018 UTC »
My wife brought home a bag of  Rhythm Foods Cauliflower Sea Salt bites https://rhythmsuperfoods.com/  from Costco.

The ingredients are: organic  cauliflower, organic high oleic sunfloweroil, sea salt.

Macros: 84% fat, 12% carbs, 4% protein.

1 serving  (14 pieces = 6 grams total carbs, 2 grams fiber.

They are terrific! Slightly crunchy, salty, a little oily like that of a french fry. (Not dry like pork rinds, but I like those too.)
Most of the pieces are the size of a popped corn, some larger, some smaller, and have a golden deep fried appearance with a slight crunch and only a vague cauliflower flavor. The satisfaction comes from the salty oily crunch, not the  cauliflower flavor (which is barely detectable, but pleasant.)

They also come in Buffalo Ranch flavor and White Cheddar flavor.

I give them a 10 on my satisfaction scale.


Bacon, BBQ, Beef, And More / Re: Starting a Keto diet
« on: May 01, 2019, 1110 UTC »
I've been keto for almost 2 years for health improvement,  not weight loss.

Here are my observations that may save you some time searching for answers:

If you've been timid about using salt and have no medical reason to avoid salt, Inrease you table salt intake. I use Morton Lite Salt which is a mix of sodium and potassium salts. Also, a magnesium citrate supplement daily. All of these addressed leg cramps I got. Now resolved.

Buy some Ketostix (OTC) and check urine for fat-burning byproduct acetoacetate. Ketostix are about $14 at  Target and CVS near me.

Get a free carb tracker app for your phone: the two I found helpful are Carb Manager  and Lifesum. Both are free. Track everything you eat for two weeks...soon you'll see what foods to minimize due to high carbohydrate content.

Checkout dietdoctor.com

If you are diabetic, virtahealth.com

Good luck with it.

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