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The last time I purchased Heartgard for my dog, it required a prescription from the vet and about $60 for a 6 month supply. This would run me $120 per year. If I had two dogs, $240 per year. In addition, I have to have a prescription from my vet. I knew there had to be a cheaper and easier way. The only active ingredient in Heartgard is Ivermectin, which is sold over the counter for livestock.
The default Arduino Fuse and Lockbit Settings are as follows:
Sorry, no time to provide an expatiation of fuse bits now. After searching for ten minutes for a quick answer to program a stand alone Arduino capible board, had to look up the setting in the data sheet. Cant believe this hasn't been posted elsewhere, so I am making sure to capture it here.
I have been very eager to cook a beef brisket with my sous vide setup. Above is a nice whole beef brisket in a vacuum cryo pack. It is USDA Choice grade so it is nice piece of meat. I picked out a package with a nice white hard fat cap. Animals which were grain fed before slaughter are said to have the harder white fat cap.
I got the chance the other day to cook some duck. I have been wanting to for some time now, but have not been able to find any. I found some recently at a Ranch Market 99 in the Freemont area. I have never cooked duck before and have only eaten Peking Duck on a few occasions.
The following article is about Sous Vide cooking a Ranchers Reserve Cracked Pepper Petite Tender Beef Filet from Safeway. Normally when cooking Sous Vide, I purchase high quality beef and season myself. This package caught my eye, as it is pre-marinated and already in a vacuum sealed pouch.
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