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I wish I had hit this thread sooner. Sadly, people refuse to let go of old ways. I know I'm tilting at windmills, but the modern Lodge cast iron really does not need an initial seasoning. Just use it. I've had no difficulties at all. If there seems to be problems after using it, then season it...
What I found interesting was where the author explain that above certain level of hops, the drinker cannot taste the difference if more hops are added. Too much of a great thing.
I do enjoy the full taste spectrum of beers where hops are concerned. The lighter beers are often just the ticket in...
Is it possible to have to much hops? Here's some food for thought.
I grew used to Cicadas while living in Oklahoma for several years. They were simply a part of very summer, although more numerous some years. The dog liked to pounce on the ones that fell out of the trees onto their backs, wings buzzing loudly.
I have one of those old Shakespear's that is probably close to 50 years old now. I have fished with it a lot. One drawback is the drag because there really isn't any. But it does pick up line in a hurry. Still works smoothly, but I don't use it much these days.