"Sparkling" pees sweetened with aged oranges

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UploadedApril 14, 2013
TakenApril 13, 2013
ModelFinePix XP50
Exposure1/15 sec at f/3.9
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5 mm

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The fridge in my van is still just an icebox without ice. It still works as a cooler but the summer days are only starting to get hotter.

The half full bag of pees I put in there a couple of days ago still passed the taste check but that was only after the smell check came out iffy. The Okra had to go.

So I used a pair of oranges that were also tossing around for a couple of weeks, and parayed that I wasn't pushing it.

After frying ginger, garlic and Jalapeno in sesame oil, adding organic brown Jasmine rice and then lentils I covered it with round orange slices and let it boil in water for 20 minutes.

Then I put off the flame, sparkeled it with parsley leafs and let sit covered for another 5 minutes.

The finished tasting exceeded all expectations. The orange really did the trick.

In the story DMC for dessert.

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