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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / Middle East & North Africa / FEBRUARY 2013 SUN & SPICE EVENT with VEGETARIAN FORUM!
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    FEBRUARY 2013 SUN & SPICE EVENT with VEGETARIAN FORUM!

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    Annacia
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 2:28 pm
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    Talk about living history! This is living in history.
    Elmotoo
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 2:41 pm
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    wow!! i kept thinking 'hobbitses houses'
    Annacia
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 2:46 pm
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    Not as cute as a Hobbit house but really low maintenance. icon_lol.gif
    Studentchef
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:14 pm
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    I wouldn't mind living in those kinds of houses. I mean, I still would like to enjoy the modern conveniences, but still, those houses are still pretty cool.

    As for the guy floating around on the Dead Sea, I was there about ten years ago. About a few metres from the actual sea itself is a natural made mud bath (I think that's what's called, well I'm calling it that). There's a section of the Dead Sea that kind of naturally produces the mud, and people go over there to cover themselves up with the mud.
    Annacia
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:22 pm
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    Studentchef wrote:
    I wouldn't mind living in those kinds of houses. I mean, I still would like to enjoy the modern conveniences, but still, those houses are still pretty cool.

    As for the guy floating around on the Dead Sea, I was there about ten years ago. About a few metres from the actual sea itself is a natural made mud bath (I think that's what's called, well I'm calling it that). There's a section of the Dead Sea that kind of naturally produces the mud, and people go over there to cover themselves up with the mud.


    Picture 11 doesn't look half bad and I like that I wouldn't be freezing for half the year. icon_biggrin.gif

    I do believe that I've heard about Dead Sea mud. Would it stay on someone's foot like that though?
    Nif
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:38 pm
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    Hi guys! wave.gif

    I'll try and play this game. icon_biggrin.gif
    Annacia
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:42 pm
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    Hello Nif wave.gif

    You're most welcome hon and we are tickled that you'll be joining us. icon_biggrin.gif

    I'll get you signed up right now.
    Elmotoo
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 4:31 pm
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    Nif wrote:
    Hi guys! wave.gif

    I'll try and play this game. icon_biggrin.gif

    wave.gifwave.gif
    Studentchef
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:21 pm
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    Annacia wrote:
    Studentchef wrote:
    I wouldn't mind living in those kinds of houses. I mean, I still would like to enjoy the modern conveniences, but still, those houses are still pretty cool.

    As for the guy floating around on the Dead Sea, I was there about ten years ago. About a few metres from the actual sea itself is a natural made mud bath (I think that's what's called, well I'm calling it that). There's a section of the Dead Sea that kind of naturally produces the mud, and people go over there to cover themselves up with the mud.


    Picture 11 doesn't look half bad and I like that I wouldn't be freezing for half the year. icon_biggrin.gif

    I do believe that I've heard about Dead Sea mud. Would it stay on someone's foot like that though?


    If you let some of the mud dry out, on you, then yes. Some one actually did that, when I was ther, and it took him a good long shore in order to get the mud off.
    Debbwl
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:30 pm
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    pammyowl wrote:
    Wow, incredible! Thanks fr sharing, Annacia icon_smile.gif


    I second that the photo are amazing! It is even more amazing that they were able to keep them livable after 700 years icon_eek.gif
    mersaydees
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:19 pm
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    Annacia wrote:
    I've found something else that I find very interesting. I think you will too.

    IRAN'S 700 YEAR-OLD HOUSES

    Allegedly, these homes in Iran, carved out of solid rock, were built on the order of 700 years ago and are still inhabited by people who have given them modern touches (you know, the little things like windows, doors, and electricity). Pretty impressive when you consider that houses in America barely survive a century without extensive maintenance.































    Makes me wonder about other utilities: heat (not that it gets cold there) and plumbing. Things I think about as a homeowner. Here in Maine, Mother Nature is quite harsh in these and many other respects. That's why structures don't last.
    Elmotoo
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:27 pm
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    ooh plumbing. good question. i wonder if they rent out to tourists?
    Debbwl
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:33 pm
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    I would say no and no. The very first place I ever rented was an old Victorian that was built pre indoor plumbing. The pipes to the kitchen were run up the side of the house on the outside with a hole drilled into the kitchen and the toilet had been an added on room off the back pouch.
    UmmBinat
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:24 pm
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    Annacia wrote:
    Update on start time.

    As you all know we start playing on Feb 1.

    The official start time will be 8:00am (Food time)

    We will not be tagging each other but recipes from the cookbooks that are now on pg 1 of this thread (they will be moved along with us to the Main Thread) or recipes that you have found here on food that qualify in the Vegetarian category and Vegetarian NA/ME cateory.

    Each tag must have 2 recipes, 1 from each cuisine to be valid. Loula's Vegetarian book does contain na/me recipes so if you find one in there that you like go ahead and tag it from that book. What matters is that you have 1 recipe (or 2, 4, 6 icon_wink.gif ) from each qualifying cuisine, not where you found it.

    Teaser: We will also be having two optional but fun things for you to do:
    1. Prime Ingredient Challenge
    2. Bonus Treasure Hunt

    All will be revealed in the main thread.


    You mean we have to make 1 tag from each category each time?
    UmmBinat
    Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:26 pm
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    Annacia wrote:
    I've found something else that I find very interesting. I think you will too.

    IRAN'S 700 YEAR-OLD HOUSES

    Allegedly, these homes in Iran, carved out of solid rock, were built on the order of 700 years ago and are still inhabited by people who have given them modern touches (you know, the little things like windows, doors, and electricity). Pretty impressive when you consider that houses in America barely survive a century without extensive maintenance.































    Neato!!
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