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  1. Just use a serving spoon or slotted spoon
  2. The bones don't have much meat on them typically, but whatever comes on them when you get them you can keep while roasting and making the broth. For example some of what I used included lamb neck bones with little meat, beef ox-tail with some meat, and let all of it brown up, as well as a pork hock, where i left all the meat/fat on. It adds a nice depth of flavor, and the fat will separate from the broth like I said so it will stay lower on the calorie side. Hell, when you eat dinner, if you have any leftover steak bones or chicken carcasses bag it and freeze until you're ready to use it up in a batch of broth. It's pretty easy, just be sure to strain it afterward to catch any small bone shards or chunks of meat and vegetable you want out. Also thank you, means a lot coming from a car guy such as yourself! Let me know if you ever need more advice or whatnot, cheers man.
  3. Supplement wise, fish oil is good, but you should also look into making homemade broths (what many call bone broth). It's pretty easy. Some supermarkets have bones, but any butcher will be able to provide (discuss incase they need a little advance notice). I just made a batch with a mix of beef, lamb, and pork. I brown them up in a pan quickly (some people roast them at 400-425 for 30-40 minutes). Throw them into a pressure cooker with the fond, throw in some vegetables (you may want to add these halfway through), bay leaves, and garlic, then top off with a few quarts of water and let it cook 16-48 hours. I went 24 hours on low, occasionally skimming any scum off the top. What happens is this allows a lot of nutrients/proteins in the bones to seep out, namely collagen, which is incredible for many parts of your body, including the digestive system, skin, hair, and joints/bones/tendons. It comes from the cartilage and marrow in the bones. Drink this regularly. Making a lot you can store them in mason jars too and freeze them (leave room at top for expansion) and defrost them as needed. When you refrigerate, the fat will rise to the top and separate, making it easy to skim off, and the broth takes on the consistency of jello thanks to all the collagen. Just throw some in a pot and heat it up. I find myself drinking a cup of it a few times a week out of a coffee mug. I just salt it a little since I don't season it while making it. I suffer from bursitis in my knees after a car accident and some days my knees can really bother me, overall I've noticed I do feel a bit better, but your best bet as stated is to lose some extra weight, as every pound lost is a 4 pound reduction in pressure on the knees. In turn, the bone broth is healthy and filling too, and can help aid your weight lose by becoming part of your meals or a replacement for snacks. Good luck with it man.
  4. Had my brakes repainted today, headlights are being done tomorrow. Paid a buddy to do mine originally, he did the fronts half assed and never finished them. So much for friends. Had a guy in Brooklyn redo these. Hit them with a sandblast, then primer, red paint, brembo stickers, and clear coat.
  5. Finally got my new wheels on. Next week I'll be getting some custom work on my headlights and getting my brakes repainted red with black brembo stickers on the fronts. Also have lowering springs sitting in my room, and I'll be throwing on some carbon fiber. Gonna be a good year for the car.
  6. Bought a kind pen battery for tanks and lost it within 3 hours I'm looking into the medical program here for PTSD from a car accident and subsequent assault (long story). It's only CBD in NY right now though. Hope Jersey legalizes so we make the move next.
  7. The Mustang community is huge too so it helps, what's your Instagram I'll follow you Thanks pepperoni nips, lmk your username so i can follow back
  8. A lot of networking, shoutouts, and I've archived many posts that didn't do so well over time. I may be clearing out my posts again soon and narrowing that number down further. use of hashtags too.
  9. I won a contest today too for some carbon fiber parts! I'll be getting a front splitter, side skirts, GT350R wing, and rear diffuser worth roughly $3,000. Second contest I've won with my car. Super excited to get everything together.
  10. Thanks man, sponsorship wise I built a large following on Instagram. The bigger I get the better the sponsorships will get. Basically companies feel that me having a large audience with good engagement will help advertise their products. Some of the sponsorships are only partial, some are full. I spent a year looking at different wheel styles until I settled on these. I felt that they look very good on black in that style and so far no one has done gloss black so I should be the first with this specific wheel. Many spokes seem to compliment this chassis and I love the profile of 20's as well.
  11. Was gonna wait to post till they're on the car but fuck it. Landed a wheel sponsorship so I got these. 20x9 front 20x10.5 rear. Just got 1.5" lowering springs too. Waiting on tires and TPMS sensors. Also have to finish ceramic coating them so cleaning isn't a bitch. Fitment is about to be perfect. And a very rough render of what they'll look like.
  12. Sooo Louis CK violates women too, guess I gotta change my signature quote now...

    1. CaPn bOnEs

      CaPn bOnEs

      at least he had the decency to ask first...

    2. Qdeathstar


      All he did was whip it out and masturbate.  All the women were legal and went up to his hotel room. #getoverit

    3. TreeFitty


      Anyone who has ever watched his standup would concur that what is described sounds about right for Louis CK.

  13. $10 hard hat and safety vest = best Halloween costume ever



    1. Qdeathstar


      Yea, if your going as a village people cum guzzler.

    2. Brian


      How'd you know

    3. Qdeathstar


      Dunno, I went with black-face and hand cuffs for my hollowed costume.

  14. So I did the exhaust. H-Pipe replacing the resonator and 2.5" straight pipes out the back. Considering a cat delete as well.
  15. IDK why everyone shits on Pumpkin Spice Lattes, had one for the first time last night and it was delicious. Like fall in a cup.

    1. Qdeathstar


      Because it is cliche now