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pixipixil
Feb 23, 2016
In the Catskills we had chickens. I used to love watching the chicks hatch and collecting and eating the eggs, too. We had several roosters so I decided to slaughter and cook one. I must say I don't know how farmerrs manage to have an appetite for what they must kill. The smell was awful. And although I stewed the bird it was tough as shoe leather. Never did that again!
Wishing you good smells today.
This was my last day for eyedrops. HOORAY!
aknan
Feb 23, 2016
Great, pixi! How are your eyes feeling?
aussiesapphire
Feb 23, 2016
Ewwww pixi - nearly (but not quite) put me off eating chicken lol. Hugs.
pixipixil
Feb 23, 2016
Mostly normal, aknan. They do get itchy but that may be allergies.
pixipixil
Feb 23, 2016
Hugs bat atcha, Aussie. ;-)
ParsonWayne
Feb 23, 2016
Would you say it had a fowl smell to it?
vmarie
Feb 23, 2016
Old birds are only used for soup, pixipixil. The young pullets are used as fryers. Yes, they are all smelly when cleaning. The gizzard of the bird is very colorful on the outside, a violet with a bright blue and then creamy white in the middle section. The inside, though, is textured and gray. As a child, I always liked the white meat. My brother always wanted a drum stick. How can farmers eat what they raise? They just do. As a child, though, I did have a nightmare around age eight or so. The "little people" who cared for the chickens were angry with us for killing the birds and were going to "get back at us" by embodying the dead chickens. I vocalized fear and my sister nudged me with her elbow to wake me up! When I left home and went to college I eventually became vegetarian and am vegan (plant-based only) today.

Glad to know you have conquered your eye problem. Blessings!
pixipixil
Feb 23, 2016
Back at ya
pixipixil
Feb 24, 2016
I loved your story vmarie. I can see why you might become a vegan. For several years my son went with a woman who was a vegan. I never got to know her.
My brother married a farmer's daughter. They both went in for science and never went back to farming. They thought they would retire to the farm but as I had warned them, none of the family would be left there by then and I was right.
jiggler
Feb 25, 2016
Respect to you, vmarie! I'm a vegetarian, but am finding to leap to veganism just too hard, I'm afraid: I love cheese and eggs! But only guaranteed free-range eggs from hens who can forage outdoors.
ParsonWayne
Mar 7, 2016
So you ate chickens before they were born [eggs], and after they died. You had them coming and going.
aussiesapphire
Mar 7, 2016
Ewwwww parsonwayne, sounds gross!! lol - hugs.
pixipixil
Mar 8, 2016
Chickens to the right of me. Chickens to the left of me. Chickens behind me cackled and blundered, but only a dozen and never six hundred.
jiggler
Mar 9, 2016
Pixi, I like it! The Charge of the Egg Brigade ;-)
pixipixil
Mar 9, 2016
:-)
kittycat77
Mar 9, 2016
My mother raised chickens, for eggs and the chickens to sell. When she killed them my job was to pluck them. To this day if I buy a whole chicken in the store I am very picky if the pin feathers are still on.
pixipixil
Mar 10, 2016
No longer living on farms has cost us a lot of understanding about the value of things.
ParsonWayne
Mar 12, 2016
I only eat vegetation and the things that eat vegetation.
vmarie
Mar 13, 2016
Becoming vegan can be tricky, Jiggler, especially if you delight in dairy. I had done raw foods only for six months at an alternative health food school. In returning to cooked foods, my energy dropped so fast, it hurt. So, I learned that it's important to make changes gradually. I had been vegetarian about 40 years before becoming vegan. I was inspired by President Clinton who had to eat a plant-based diet because of his heart condition. I figured if a guy with his love of fast food and burgers could change to vegan, I certainly could with my vegetarian habit. When you eat lighter, you feel better. There's more energy, less heaviness. A springtime cleansing regime is a good start. A short fast with water and some herbal teas and juices helps clean the tastebuds so you can really taste the fruits and vegetables when you begin eating again. Fasting also helps hone the appetite. There are a nice variety of milks available on the market: soy, coconut, rice, almond, and cashew. Stir-fried, mashed tofu can substitute for scrambled eggs. Discover the culinary herbs--they do wonders for really heightening flavors in food. Sweet basil is my favorite for most vegetables.Cinnamon is a spice that works on most fruit. Summer is a great time to be vegan. Such a diet makes bearing the heat so much easier. Most important: Enjoy what you eat. Don't lay guilt trips on yourself if you're not psychologically prepared for veganism. YOU are the author of your life and have charge of it. Blessings and bon appetite!
ParsonWayne
Mar 14, 2016
My son, when he was young introduced us to his teacher [who was a vegetarian] as a veterinarian.
fiestyolelady
Mar 9, 2017
Older chickens are not good as fryers. that is why they are sold as pullets.
JamieT
Feb 23, 2016
I'm probably not going to be on for the next several days because I'm trying to get everything packed to move into an assisted living facility.

Happy puzzle solving!
slippers
Feb 23, 2016
Good luck with the move, We look forward to seeing your name up on comments as soon as you are settled in.
ichibanvic1
Feb 26, 2016
Jamie
Hope your moving goes well and you settle in happily.!! Look forward to your return to puzzling.
Eveningstar
Feb 27, 2016
May God Bless you Jamie T:) HUGS:)
JamieT
Mar 1, 2016
Thanks! I got quite a bit moved earlier Sunday, but I had a nasty fall on the top of the concrete stairs. I'm not used to my new bifocals and misjudged where the stairs actually were. I felt my heel hit the riser of the stair.
ParsonWayne
Feb 29, 2016
He's just a "crowing" boy.
sharondarlene
Feb 27, 2016
"Cock-a-doodle-do" III Good looking Rooster......what a fun puzzle!
Eveningstar
Feb 27, 2016
This puzzle was fun:)
nlbuchanan
Feb 23, 2016
Lovely rooster. I love the color.I saw a similar one running around with it's head cut off once, long, long ago. When I say I am running around like a chicken with its head cut off, I do know of what I speak.

God bless you all and may He keep your heads firmly on straight.
aknan
Feb 23, 2016
You're right, nlb - there is a reason for the saying "like a chicken with its head cut off" and I've seen it a LOT. Rather messy, don't you know...

God had his hands full with my head today. Thanks for the thought!
vmarie
Feb 23, 2016
Same here, NL and aknan. Not a pretty sight. Plucking the feathers off them is no picnic, either.
nlbuchanan
Feb 24, 2016
You got that right, vmarie, fortunately at that time I was too young to pluck them.
aknan
Feb 24, 2016
Lucky devil!
cindyj28
Feb 23, 2016
My mother kept chickens when I was little. I used to love the babies. What a memory!
pixipixil
Feb 23, 2016
We had chickens when we lived in the Catskills. I loved watching the chicks hatch.
Wishing you healthy food today.
Barbaranne
Feb 23, 2016
Pixipixil, when you say you live in the catskills do you mean Cumbria UK near Keswick, or somewhere else.
vmarie
Feb 23, 2016
We would get a couple dozen through the mail in the springtime. There would be one or two poor little things didn't make it, but the rest were always healthy.

Adjusting the warming light in the chicken coop was a bit tricky--if the chicks were hovering in the corners, it meant the light was too warm and had to be raised upward; if they huddled under the light, it meant they were too cold and a warmer light was needed. We had to strive for a balance. Then fresh water daily with a vitamin supplement and special mash.

The chicks were a delight. ~~~
pixipixil
Feb 24, 2016
Barbaranne, I live in the USA. The Catskills are in upper New York state which is to say they are over an hour north of NYC on the expressway and we lived in the north part of them which is another hour north and west in the ski areas.
pixipixil
Feb 24, 2016
Vmarie the chickens came with the house we bought. The barn had a hen houe and the hens roosted there and we left a few eggs so they'd hatch. I quickly discovered the chicks didn't stay in the nest and would fall off the ledge onto th cement floor so I built a runway for them to get to the floor. Once a chick hatched with a soft beak and it couldn't pick up the food or "chew" off the seed covers so it died. Other than scattering feed and filling the water pan, the chickens mostly did what they did. One year I forgot to clip their wings and they flew up into the trees.
Coravee
Feb 23, 2016
We have a small flock of pretty chickens, but none with the yellows of this fine bird..
vmarie
Feb 23, 2016
Not sure, but this one might be a Rhode Island Red.
vmarie
Feb 23, 2016
I see below the species Bantam is given. That's probably right.
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