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Would you do it rolls? would you work for the company?


No way.


Absolutely not. They are not a comfy organization.


Can't really say I feel inclined to, no.

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It's fern friday!
Any fern fans around?
Either way, let's keep this thread lush and leafy
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And another surprise find


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this is cute fern


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Wow, that's a fern?
Either way, it's hella cute


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Been curious about fiddleheads for a while now. But I have no idea if the young ferns that grow in norway and other nordic countries are safe for eating. I don't want to go totally into the wild just yet. They seem pretty delicious to me.


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Do rolls like to go camping? I used to be a scout and did it a lot, but not so much lately.
I should get back it sooner or later.
Any tips you wanna share?
For example, have you tried an alcohol portable stove? Gas-operated ones are way more common, but alcohol-ones are lighter, easier to clean and they use alcohol which is easier to come by than gas cans.
Just make sure you pour your alcohol in a regular empty water bottle because alcohol comes in silly bottles.


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Hell yeah!
I'm in the same situation though, I haven't been camping proper in a very long time.
I've used quite a few alcohol stoves, my favourite is a coke can penny stove though. Simple, efficient, and literally free with a little bit of work. The only downsides are that you need a really good windshield to keep it burning well, and that if you use one with smaller holes they can soot up over time if your fuel's not good.

I love gasifier stoves too, they're wierdly expensive to buy, but you can throw a pretty good one together from a few cans in no time.
They're bulkier than an alcohol stove, but mostly hollow so you can store cooking stuff in it for transport, and with any luck you don't need to bring fuel atall!
You need way less wood than for an open fire, so it's easier to scavenge stuff lying around.

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Any succulent breeders here?
I just started, this is my first one so far. I found it detached from it's stem and I planted it and it's coming along nicely.
Show me yours sushi roll


have some black ones of them. they do seem to take easy from cuttings - on in my case, broken off bits from when the dog knocked the pot over.


This one was black when I found it, I plan to take it out to the sun when it grows a bit more so it gets black.
My mother loves them when they're black, and I have to admit, they're pretty dope.


I kinda want to get one for my room, what should I get?
I heard they are really easy to care of, is this true?


I don't know too much about succulents, but I've never had any trouble caring for them, in general they like good light and free draining soil.
I'd say just pick one you like the look of and have a go, there are plenty of sites with more detailed instructions if you're not sure what to do.
The RHS plant finder [ https://www.rhs.org.uk/plants/search-form ] is pretty comprehensive, although a lot of the reccomendations are specific to the UK climate.


>although a lot of the reccomendations are specific to the UK climate

That's were I live currently, perfect.
I'll give it a go.

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