*yawwwn* didn't see ya there, wagecuck. I've just finished making some homemade eggplant lasagna, all from scratch. You see, because I am an actual man who dictates my own actions, I have time to learn things like fine cooking and to actually do it. And I only use the most natural, freshest ingredients. In fact, many come from my owner personal garden, which I also take care of because I have the time and inclination. I also use my own feces as fertilizer, since I am not a slave to the Jews and buy fertilizer, since it is literally cow shit.
Why? What is wrong about educating others and awareness? NEETS post as a way of community service if you will
lasagna will compliment the spaghetti I made.
> I also use my own feces as fertilizer, since I am not a slave to the Jews and buy fertilizer, since it is literally cow shit.
I hoped you would go with the diy fertilizer variant of neetgod post. It's a favorite of mine.
I'm one of those homestead fantasy posters who just want 10 acres and a tiny house. I actually do plan on using humanure, but I'd give it a year to rest. Even fresh cow shit is too 'hot' to be used as manure.
How do you make eggplant lasagna good though? I have had trouble with all variants of lasagna until I found whole wheat lasagna and made lasagna roll ups. Boil lasagna, mix frozen kale, ricotta, and seasoning, spoon mix onto lasagna, spread, and roll, top with a basic red sauce, I like my lazy version of arrabiata, and melty cheese, bake until warm all the way through, top with a hard cheese and eat with a side of paprika garlic roasted vegetables.
I've had eggplant in roasted or grilled veggies, I've even had it in a baked ziti, but I've never had it work as a pasta substitute. Do you actually like it for that or do you a food intolerance? I'm open to trying again if you have any one weird tricks and chefs hate you.
Its not the smell that is the issue. It's the elevated nitrogen content that makes it 'hot'.
Diarrhea is higher in water, but also varies in composition from normal fecal matter in pH and electrolyte content. I'd be more concerned with possible infection though. Usually diarrhea is caused by a non bacterial pathology but I'd play it safe and discard it. You can mix your manure with sawdust to help with the high N.