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  1. For a basic quick pickle soy brine I like to use rice wine vinegar, sugar, soy sauce and water. Use what you'd use in salt×4 in soy, by volume. So, instead of 1 tablespoon of salt, use 1/4 cup of soy. If this seems like a lot, add half of the soy to your brine and taste it. I also tend to do 2:1 vinegar to water when using rice wine vinegar instead of 1:1. I like em zippy.

  2. Tacos al Molcajete has the best tacos in town. Fight me.

  3. I agree. But also try the lengua tacos at tacos la familia in the Sherman Williams parking lot on the Kenny P.

  4. Thanks for the suggestion! I also dig Guacamoles on Kenny P.

  5. Rant: I want to see more food gardens on people's lawns (front and back). Or some pollinator habitat. Or ... ANYTHING.

  6. I feel like I'm constantly having this conversation. Couldn't agree more.

  7. One of the worst meals I've had in this town. Beer was cold though!

  8. I read somewhere that East Moon bought it and it’s going to be split into two restaurants.


  10. Someone else posted this short and easy guide on another post and I love passing it around now. I hope it helps calm down some folks and keep them from being unnecessarily fearful of spiders.

  11. Super helpful. I do love spiders and learning more about them!

  12. They used to be a lot better but had a turnover in their kitchen about a year before Covid. Started using cheaper ingredients. Also, heads up, they make their tomato soup with chicken broth.

  13. Really? With leaves that big and the root comparatively small?

  14. After searching for what the seed pods look like: it definitely makes sense that I have a ton of this growing. The greenhouse was full of those pods at the start of this year.

  15. Pick it out. Humans have hair. Get over it.

  16. Radish seed pods, all brassica family flowers; if any of these things bolt in your garden! I also feel like not enough people allow cilantro to bolt to harvest the seeds (coriander) for eating.

  17. Broccoli greens are similar to collards (I mean it is the same species so). The stems are also good if you cut them into sticks & bread them and fry/bake them. They’re little broccoli fries 🙂

  18. It’s a drive, but I like to use Pacific Mercantile in Denver’s Sakura Square. It’s a small, locally owned Japanese grocery store.

  19. Thanks. Happens to be not that far from work, I might check it out.

  20. Nope. Mediterranean market and deli in Boulder is great, though.

  21. Not a rant or complaint but more or less seeking advice. I just bought a house in Longmont. I’ll be moving there next month and coincidentally enough it’s my step dads birthday. I’d like to go to a nice restaurant to celebrate both occasions. Was thinking either a steak or hibachi grill. Preferably not a chain although im welcome to any suggestions. Thank you in advance!

  22. West Side Tavern and Sugarbeet are perhaps the only "upscale" places in town.

  23. I always forget about that place. I still have never eaten there!

  24. Rosalees and Babette's are they only two places that have impressed me so far.

  25. I really enjoy the ouzel falls trail in the wild basin area of rmnp.

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