Beef tongue is rich, fatty, and delicious. Downside? This bizarre cut of meat can be extremely off-putting and the preparation could make the faint of heart a little squeamish. But, you’re not afraid of trying new things and are always up for a challenge! Right? This is the recipe for you!
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Another Manly Green Weekly Link Round Up! A hand selected curation of the best of the internet. These selections went through a very thorough vetting process. Each and every one passed a rigorous inspection by our panel of esteemed Manly Green experts.
We’ve really got some top-notch material for you.
First off, what the hell is kombucha?
I had no idea what kombucha was until about half a year ago, so don’t be ashamed if you’ve never heard of it.
Kombucha is a fermented tea drink, made from tea, sugar, and an alien like colony of yeast and bacteria – sounds tasty right? Well, it is!
Happy Friday the 13th and on to round two of The Manly Green Weekly Roundup! Last week, I posted my first weekly roundup, a curation of the most interesting things I’ve come across in the past week. I’m on a mission to help my fellow man live happier more fulfilled lives. I think that this can be […]
I don’t like waste. As I’ve sought to eat only locally sourced humanely raised animal products, I’ve made sure not to let anything go to waste. Some cuts of sustainably raised meat are twice as much as their conventional distant cousins in the grocery store – but once you taste the difference and know the truth behind factory farmed meat, its not a price that leaves a sour taste in your mouth.
A collection of the most interesting things I’ve come across this week.
The internet can be a wonderful and enriching tool, a way to connect with people and share ideas.
The internet can also be a mindless time suck, a productivity void that ensnares you and refuses to let go, or source of negative polluting ideas.
I’m a man with too much stuff. Our stuff, as with the universe, follows the second law of thermodynamics: without an input of energy, everything eventually goes to hell (in summary). With less stuff, we have to use less energy keeping it all together. Time to clear the clutter.
I grew up hunting. The first present I ever received was shotgun that was given to me by my father on the day I was born. Through hunting, I gained a great appreciation for nature and a greater appreciation for life. It was actually in part due to hunting that I became a vegetarian and stayed one for seven years.
It has been more than a month and a half since I wrote a post for The Manly Green. My lack of posting, however, was not from a lack of want but rather being busy with graduate school finals as well as the holiday season. Furthermore, I felt hypocritical about writing. Once life became busy, […]
Want to improve your community? Shop in your community.
For every $100 spent at locally owned businesses, $68 stays in the community while $43 of $100 spent at a national chain stays in the community (source). Shopping at a locally owned business is an economic stimulus package that you control – and one that works.