Rebroadcast of an earlier show, as I am traveling and blanked on posting a show before I left town. In this one, Rick and I talk about unique protein diets for dogs that may help them with skin issues and food allergies. Then we touch on sous vide cooking for a minute, and of course beekeeping.
Dashcams, cameras that are mounted on the dashboard of your car, are a topic today also. Having a dashboard camera may help if you are in an accident.
Eric brings up his new favorite book, Modernist Cuisine, about food safety and how to disinfect your kitchen sponges. Eric tries to disinfect his kitchen sponges in the microwave and discusses what happens next. Rick touches on the correct way to crack eggs before adding them to the bowl you are mixing them into.
Finally we read viewer mail about dogs in the kitchen. You know how this ends.
Hi guys. I might be the first person to comment again on the same episode.
(I was the one who proposed the popularity of dashcams in Russia)
But I figure if you can rebroadcast, hey, I can recomment.
Ok.. my dehydrator has paid for itself just in the dried sweet potatoes for my dogs. Thrift stores are a great place to pick one up cheap. I also like to play around with different beef jerky recipes too. That too is a fraction of what you'd pay in the store.
Last comment. All your talk of sous vide cooking made me want to try it myself, and I took a different, but still GardenForky approach. Any slow cooker with a warm setting holds food (or in this case water) right around 140 degrees. It cooked perfectly! Thanks for making me try something new!
Eric Gunnar Rochow
Hey Stephen, good to hear, we use the dehydrator each month to make sweet potato dog treats for the Labradors. Saves a lot of money. For sous vide, I bought the Dork Sous Vide controller for slow cookers, it has a temperature probe that works well. thx! eric.