The Stupid Polls thread (Part 2)

What’s summer sausage???

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I think it’s the sausage that does not have to be refrigerated. Such as beef jerky
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Or the log sausage
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That’s my guess

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Correct! I do not know why it is called summer sausage nor do I know how its made (probably gratefully) but it is the sausage you can buy off the shelf at the store.
One sandwich, all the protein!

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But with pb and jelly?

Sounds rough but I’ll try it :grin:

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This guy! Honestly someone used to make them for me years ago so, like Dinty Moore beef stew, it is probably nostalgia I am pining for.

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Ok I think I get it. I was thinking like Biltong, but this is like a lot thicker. Looks handy for camping though :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

I’d give it a go.

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Salty and preserved, not as hard as biltong. I am not sure why it doesn’t need refrigeration before it is opened but I won’t think too hard about that.

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So here in the Nort I need summer sheets and winter sheets and I have two pair of each. Flannel versus regular cotton.

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" You definitely need some form of culinary intervention "
I think you need to STUPID POLL Your sandwich

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Have you ever tried teddy bear sheets…maybe they are flannel.
They are bomb in winter.

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You can eat it, or you can use it as a weapon against the bears

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Or a pillow.

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Indoors at Home
  • Shoes
  • Socks
  • Slippers
  • Stopper Socks
  • Barefoot
  • None of that (explain)
  • I don’t care

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My best guess is they are flannel, not sure though but if you have a link send it along! I have to have flannel sheets in winter, it’s a must. But I can’t have anything too fluffy either because I tend to run hotter, so it’s a balance. And my fella runs colder so he needs another layer or the dog next to him :sweat_smile:

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Go Scandinavian. Separate duvets! I think it’s flannel. We can it teddy bear.

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