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Acorn Preparation Methods
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Acorns can be prepared and eaten with a minimum of effort. With the right methods, acorns can be shelled, ground, rinsed of tannins, and cooked more easily than you would imagine. Not only the nut... More > meat but also starch and oil can be extracted. Acorns can be used in soups, cereals, breads, as a binder in pies, and in other surprising and delicious ways. This book is the result of many months of experiments gathering and processing acorns. You will find information here that cannot be found in web sites about acorns. You can see the entire book for free by looking at the book preview, one page at a time. For an update, go to http://www.preparetosurvivenow.org and see the article "Brief Acorn Preparation Guide." For another update, send me email.< Less
The Holy Bible Lighthouse Version Second Edition
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This Bible preserves the King James Version as far as possible while updating the language. You are invited to compare this version with others for its faithfulness to the KJV and its modern... More > language. This second edition is the same as the first edition with changes made here and there to further update the language. If there is sufficient demand, second editions of other styles can be made available as well.< Less
The Holy Bible Lighthouse Version Red Letter Style
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This Bible preserves the meaning, style, and words of the King James Version as far as possible while modernizing the language. Occasionally old words like "ye" and "thou" are... More > left in. Verses that are in the KJV but left out in many modern versions have been included. This translation was done using the e-Sword software as well as online dictionaries of the English language. Other Bible versions were frequently consulted. Factors taken into account in the translation process were the definitions of words in the KJV as found in old dictionaries, the way in which words and expressions are used elsewhere in the KJV, the underlying Hebrew and Greek and their English translations, and the context of the passage. Also, five Bible commentaries, those of Jamieson, Fausset and Brown, Barnes, Wesley, Clarke, and Matthew Henry, as well as the 1599 Geneva Bible Translation Notes, were frequently consulted for insight into the meaning of the passage. Hard cover red letter 9 point type.< Less
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