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Re: Do marina liveaboards dump their s@!^ in the river?

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It's interesting to think why cow poop is less yucky than hu-poop.
Carnivore (and omnivore) poop smells a lot worse than herbavore poop.

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Unless you are buying very expensive organic meat (and maybe not even then) you are buying meat full of anti-biotics and a wide array of growth hormones.
I agree. Beef, Chicken, etc. are highly laced with all kinds of compounds inserted along the way. Not only is modern mass-market food scary in this aspect but it is also bland and tasteless. Sorry for throwing this thread off track.
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Carnivore (and omnivore) poop smells a lot worse than herbavore poop.

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Re: Do marina liveaboards dump their s@!^ in the river?

OTOH buffalos are such efficent digesters their exhaust is about dry enough to burn.
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OTOH buffalos are such efficent digesters their exhaust is about dry enough to burn.
So if you have a composting toilet, you can power your bar-b-que from it?

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So if you have a composting toilet, you can power your bar-b-que from it?

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Some like Hickory smoked or Mesquite smoked flavor. What would you call this kind of smoky flavor? I can smell a whole new marine technology here:-).
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