17 Burst results for "Fuyu"

"fuyu" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

16:12 min | 1 year ago

"fuyu" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

"Why they would never eat you or anything else. Good to me, and me. I'm scared to them change in the world into being a place where we only grow vegetables, although saying that actually looking at all joking aside. They say that one of the major contributors to the global woman is cows. Yeah. I'm probably me. Yeah. And so, I guess if more of the world worldwide vegetarian, by the way, that was the connection between you and the cows ahead Vancouver, point that I that's all right. Maybe we shouldn't be scared of vegetarian. Maybe we should actually promoting just. The carnivores for many reasons global warming. And then, of course, you know, like I don't wanna be, yeah. Some lines pizza one night, you know what I mean? Like, yeah. Although I'm sure he probably wouldn't care about. Well, that's one of the more phobias is big cuts. Definitely and be kind when you guessed, this one K. You mean if I guess so far, I haven't got any I'm right? I'm not sure if you get it, right. I'm saying to be calling on your guesses. Okay. Faggot phobia. P. H. A. G Fagor, phobia, fear swallowing. How'd you know that man? That released Gaca phobia show got one. So in some cases, it can actually lead to massive weight loss and malnutrition, because of people's inability or perceived inability to swallow to know what the Greek word fag. O P, H, G O means. Eat. I shoulda figured that. Yeah. Anyway, you still get the point. I got one in one attitude. Ain't bad us fifty. That's good odds. All right, Phil phobia. This is so me the fear of not being full after Veton. No, the fear that fella, phobia. Is it with the ph? Yep. People. Not really. Anyway. It is the fear of falling in love. And or having close relationships with people occurred on hydro, onto that, just saying that is me. I'm scared by phone with me. Well, yeah, I was kinda scared because if you love somebody that person whether they know it or not, whether they wanted or not. They have the power to hurt you more than anybody else. You know got you know, but I mean, obviously they also have the power to make you happier than anyone else. But it is scary when you're going into something in your thinking 'cause I don't think that you can live, somebody don't really put your guard down. But is scary to it? Same time. Gosh, musuem. I'm scared to you. Full stop. As you should be. Philadelphia. The city backcomb is actually called the city of brotherly love. And that is, what that means earns three four three word failure, which is the beginning of Philadelphia, it actually means brotherly love, but also friendship affection, why. So what about the cheese Philadelphia cheese? No. I don't know good thought they make yummy cheesecakes. I I know. know. But But it's it's like. like we eat in brotherly love cheese. I'm very good. Well, I wonder if that's better untethered cheese. On fuller, phobia. So we get into the big words on full of. Phobias. O. P. H A, L phobia, I will give you fair God. I will give you two thousand guesses. Okay. You give them to me, but I'll give him back. What is it, it is the fear of belly-buttons? Look, you never know what's inside a bellybutton, if think about it, you can see. I mean if you're an Audi used together, see mug bellybutton. If you're an Audi it's all good. But if you're any in your deep any, as some people are you've don't know what the hell is in there. Do you. Well, major where my cocky is gone. Well. But I'm just saying you don't know what kind of crud, you know, like germs. I mean, a spider could across an air for all, you know, in the middle might while you were sleeping. I remember when we first got together being up, she Stein, did the fight. We used to get Q tips, clean Saadia, buddy. But McCue tips. Well, got to clean it. It kind of happens in the shower though. Doesn't it? You just kind of like shower at night. You don't need to use Q tips to you. Okay. How many people out there use Q tips? Anybody goes back to that whole thing that was on Twitter. Enough Ellen go about do you wash your feet. Okay. Yeah. And then somebody else in there said, well, hang on, if you don't wash your legs, does that mean you don't want your feet. It's disgust. Do you wash your legs? Please say do. Yeah. Does it? Yeah. Right. Okay. So you know one of the goals. Conan's down. I washed down to sort of my, I would say my ankles, I don't wash my feet in the shower. That's gross. Why not because I reached reach not far. I'm six foot five. You try bending over and Cuba, going out to sickness when you dip down to know too fast note, the galoshes in the way of my head when I'm trying to bend down now for stick your foot in the bathtub and wash it off, or somebody enter you don't need to because you. That's the scusi thing. You and a whole new light. When when you look down on the floor in a shower, and you've got good lava going on. And then you shut yourself off. You see all the so people earned suds in the button of the shower that is correct in my feet, getting them all smelling notion of do I have smelly feet. Well, why have smelly feet? Well, I don't know. No. Even go there. Anyway. Anyway, it doesn't matter. Feel. We will wait, wait, wait since you're on the subject of cleanliness and stuff. Why do people sometimes not ever? Use a wash cloth. I can't figure out why somebody 'cause you Hans, but your hands are not exporting you. They're just smearing the stuff. All right. So you don't use a wash cloth. Neither I I don't don't. know. Don't where where do you use it a freaking swimming pool? I mean one to lose loofah because I used one of them little nets thing ease who for this. The move for him. But okay. So the water flannels as you call them for, then what they make them. Oh, people. Oh people for what for washing because. Newsflash. You're forty six and your grandfather. So Hello Flynn. Oh, caress Ma, but. Terrif- Obea, how you spend an because all I'm Hyun a turf. Obea t you are phobia. Don't know this is the fear of cheese. The fleet of cheese while brotherly love cheese. Jeez. You said earlier that you were scared of the fact that the blue cheese is moult. Scares. Think about the fact that it is just like I cannot think when I'm eating mushroom that it's fungus. Because it just doesn't seem but think of the fact that when you're in a big it's grind up several bits of animals. Goodness knows what parts of the animals. That's okay. Is it? No. Because when I'm eating burger, I'm not sitting there thinking about Molly moo cow neither, but. At your character. No. I just made her up, so yes, she's a character. Molly moo cow is our new mascot. I think you should start doing children's stories. Molly fuck knows what the other stories. I take that back. Fear cheese a lot of times, I would see actual texture of the cheese. I don't know why it would be the texture because we'll know some people are very textual into a gag on coconut a food via 'cause I can't stand coconut. Swallow coconut, that's what I mean because of the texture of thing, but no suppose it's not weird because, you know, when you have Luxy real and you get the bits in the milk at the bottom. Yeah. Can't do that because I'm kind of expecting a nice smooth milk on, when you got a little bit to know makes you cough anyway, per phobia, spelt P A, a phobia, the fear of daddy's note who baddies, what a talion daddy's yes. Yes. Now. Yes. Kids, just keep on the Italian route sausages. Oh, fuck me. Absolutely. What you go from Salvin to sausages. I don't know this. Don't the way your folks. What is it? Of. When you said. Maybe congregations. But. Sausage stew? Oh my gosh. So it's people that are frayed of the pope. Is it people that refrain of the pope all pop ac-, okay? Okay. But also closely related to that hockey phobia, and that's the fear of saints and holy things. Nia phobia, how you spell it any o phobia Neo phobia? Do you remember us scared of new things? Excellent, Can you remember when we had scotch in about what neophyte was? Yes. That's how he knew that because I told my eye and still wisdom trip. Afo. Bia. T. R Y, peo- phobia trip, Afolabi, a-, don't know. It is a fear of small groups of holes bumps or even circles barely, but ends. I'm pope's. They don't like no, no, no, no. They don't like sponges 'cause bunch of holes in sponges plants that have seeds retrieves. Yes, was cheese in. The fear of cheese screwed and even your own muscle horrors, and, and stuff monsters. I don't know. It just says, no, none about nostrils is actually quite a common phobia, when I've not ever heard of that. And it's from the Greek word triple, which means hose, see, now that makes sense to me because I would trip you don't need to hold a trip. True. But anyway, you on the most accident prone person I've ever met me and Bryce Rupp stays this morning, ladies and gentlemen, to suddenly hia a scream from them stays, and then Bella shut up. I put myself in. I do that. A lot. Because like big is no descend phobia and ascend Fuyu. The fear of going up time. Yeah. Especially elevators later the list. I don't like lifts alligator's atole them if I have to it's if I have to lead wouldn't like the elevators at my work thing, because every once in a while one of them suddenly go and jar, and you'll your feet will come off the floor. I quite like that feeling but you don't like it. Because when we drove in, and we go over a slight incline through the country lanes. Hia. He goes down the road. I'm going. Think like butterflies spent cool. No. It's not cool. It's not. But roller coasters, not not cool. Cool, I knew Rivarolo coasters lot when we go somewhere I do decide phobia the fear of decisions making decisions. That is exactly right. Enough of the phobias now I asked you to test earlier on so that we could do our fleet archetypes, right? Check the show notes. If you want to do this yourself because we will include it in the show notes for you. The test can be done online. Did you put your Email address in the end, by the way you did? Okay. I don't know whether you have to do that, I didn't try in, but I did immediately unsubscribe. All right. Okay, fine. So but you don't have. To put it in. It'll show it to screen. What do you think my fear archetype is I'm not sure not having control of something. Right. Very good. I apparently the crash donator. So he is says that I I'm a perfectionist to likes things to be done right. Yeah. Degree with that? That's year. Yeah. You'll fear of making a mistake and having trouble, pulling the trigger definitely, you can spend too much time, researching and planning. You typically produce high quality work. Yeah. Yeah. You tend to be well organized, and you give great attention to detail. Yes for me. I think it was pretty close. Yeah. I think that's actually pretty accurate. So what was yours? Guess I don't know what the archetypes are. So I couldn't. Well, I am the outcaste, believe it or not. Okay. I am very afraid of rejection. Concede that I alpha n- pass up meaningful personal relationships, while I think that's a good thing because you've got one with me. Yes, I do. But it took a long time. You have that wasn't all your fault. You sometimes miss opportunities to Fuster valuable connections. You occasionally forfeit, chances to collaborate vote agree that you come across his fearless, and unstoppable. But it's probably just veneer, the fear of rejection lives beneath all that armor your frayed to trust others. You might also have a tendency to reject others before they do the same to you is exactly you couple of other things that says you fear rejection and often push people away in order to avoid being rejected. I, but I can also be a very effective leader. I'm self motivated, and I'm persistent and willing to take risks so good true. Like I like to true, but then when when I'm done doing the whole. Oh public thing. And I go home and I shut my door. I want to be left alone. I'm perfectly happy with that. I don't mind we all complete opposites ready when you think about it in that source sense, on your because I would be.

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"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Areas of fog and then sun. Anybody who's lived here any length of time and spend the winters here knows what that means depending upon the persistency of the fog, you may only see the sun for about fifteen minutes somewhere around three o'clock. Other areas may clear out a little bit sooner. This is actually a good thing. And we'll talk on fill per cell gets here. We'll talk to him about the need for chill hours and chill units. So that you have a bountiful fruit crop in two thousand nineteen and foggy days. Do a lot to help preserve and increase chill units and chill hours as opposed to yesterday. The temperature got up to what the mid sixties. That's not a good thing for fruit. Trees in January. Also, I'm wondering if nurseries got their first wave of customers in on a sunny Saturday like yesterday asking for tomato plants, I hope not. But. Customer's. Always right. Wrong. Don't buy your tomato. Plants in January. Thank you. Or February could you wait till March. Yeah. Yeah. I know climate change. No, wait till March, April, even better, the warmer, the soil the better. All right. So the weather looking like a drive, but possibly foggy week ahead. Right. All right. A little tip. I picked up from the master food preservers newsletter from San Joaquin county and their winter newsletter regarding persimmons we've talked about this before about the foo versus the Chia persimmon persimmons are in season right now, if you go to a farmer's market, you'll probably find several vendors that are carrying persimmons, but no you're persimmons because you could be in for a rude awakening. The Fuyu versus the the food is kind of a light orange round piece of fruit. The Chia is a little bit of a darker, orange or red. And it's sorta heart or acorn shaped much bigger than an acorn. But let that be your guide because you can bite into a Fuyu and good bite into a Chia. That's still firm. And I think I mentioned this on Twitter. Speaking of old man, ranting. If you know somebody that's about to take a bite out of a firm had Chia whip out your cell phone, turn the video on and aimed at their face and watch the contortions their face goes through after they take a bite out of a firm had Chia. It is to say a stringent it's sort of like swallowing listerine if you will. And people sometimes don't have the patience waiting for the Chia to soften up to become sweet. And that's what you have to do. If you buy is you have to basically leave him out or put them on a clothesline or something like that until they're like almost drippy soft the software. They are the sweeter. They're going to be but in the master food preservers newsletter put out by the San Joaquin county master food preservers, they say you can put a Chia persimmon in a paper bag or next to pairs or bananas, and they give off ethylene gas and that'll help it ripen quicker. So on something you might wanna think about or probably an apple two for that matter. So if you want to get it to ripen a little bit quicker, those Chia persimmons stick it in something that gives off ethylene gas like a piece of fruit and stick it in a bag. All right. Okay. Why don't we come back? Let's talk to Robert Couric about Beirut trees, and how to choose them as we continue with the KFI garden show on this January twentieth on NewsRadio KF PK ninety three point one FM fifteen thirty AM and the iheartradio.

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"fuyu" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"fuyu" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"So pufferfish, they did not, you know, they weren't the first to invent to tro toxin, but to toxin is actually named after them while kind of to Toda toxin is actually named after an order of bony fish called Tetra Dont'a formulas, which includes the Puffer fish, but also porcupine fish in the big floppy ocean sunfish, they're like huge kind of flat and really goofy. Lookin' also triggerfish so altogether. It's about almost three hundred and fifty species in the order, but not all of these species have toxin. So it was named in nineteen ten actually has the principal toxin in pufferfish in obviously the principal component of of Fuyu as we as you were saying before since then it's been subsequently described in a really wide array of organisms across the tree of life. Both marine in in terrestrial organisms. Several obviously several genera- which is the genus several general of of pufferfish a habit specifically like liver and go ads the marine goby, which is another bony fish has to toxin in its skin muscles. And then even there several invertebrates marine invertebrates that also have it. So there are several species of marine flat worms. There is a trumpet shellfish, which is a different invertebrate. That has it in digestive gland. Horseshoe crabs apparently have them in their eggs, some starfish species. I should say one of the most interesting is actually the blue ring octopus that actually has it in its salivary glands. And it uses it as I you know, as its co-opted as a venom in in that species. So that's that's really interesting the coolest love blurring activists. They like take all and they're like you wanna fight with me. Oh my God. Love them. That's the first the first time ever invites you to dis. Oh my God. I love them. Very often except on this. I have a quick question chain. So okay. You mentioned that the Oregon of a lot of of where this toxin is stored for a lot of these animals, why the liver the Goan ads, the intestinal whatever system. Why why they're so that is a great question. And quite frankly, I don't think we know of there's so in doing research for this realized that there's there's a ton that we don't know about tro toxin ya in terms of how it contributes to two bio-diversity, and how the vast array of organisms that use it how they actually go about using it. Yeah. That's so cool. It's it's weird. It is very weird. Because I mean, essentially like you're talking about chemical warfare, essentially, right? I mean, you taking the super super toxic substance, and integrating it into your body in in some form or fashion and then using that as as a defense. So not only does it occur in marine organisms, but they're also terrestrial species species that live on land that use it, and this is the fibia NHS. So there are tree frog species in the genus at elopes that use a Tatan. And then it's been most commonly studied in in Newt's, some newts what are called Ruskin news earn in the genus to Rica. So they have really large volumes atro- toxin in their skin. And actually also five different genera- that of Salomon that that have to toxin. This is why. Yeah us why. Shame. I need to know. What's the deal here, bro? Well, so if I can before we get to the why the question is how. Question is that okay? We exit. So just to give you give you sort of the scale of this. We're talking about hundreds of millions of years of diversity of life. Right. So for talking about across the tree of life between you know, worms and other invertebrates and terrestrial organisms, terrestrial, vertebrates, and fish. We're talking about hundreds of millions of years of diversity. And you get these species popping up across the tree of life that all are using this chemical warfare coopting tro toxin to us as a typically as defense. Right. So they're actually two major hypotheses about where to toxin comes from. So one is in in dodge, Innis, origin. Right. So something that is, you know, genetically coded in an animal to produce atro- toxin, and there is some support for this typically comes from from the tree frogs, I mentioned that in that genus at elopes with you take those tree frog species in you bring them into like a controlled environment where you control what you..

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"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The embargo if you will until they finally realized there are no more oriental, fruit flies in Sacramento county. They got them all we won't know that till June. But in the meantime, if you have backyard fruit and right now it would be citrus oranges lemons mandarins, eat them yourself. Don't distribute them throughout the area. Because just in case it might spread. The the core dean area itself is about one hundred twenty two miles of Sacramento in yolo county's. And this you may recall happened last August where they found a few oriental fruit flies in one area in south Sacramento. And so basically, they set a perimeter rather large perimeter and put up traps, and I think today, they've only found a few more, and it's all been within the area. And I think the good news is what they have found are male oriental, fruit flies, which is a good thing. So anyway, they're still trapping them. So in the meantime, you grew it now eat it. Don't give it away. Are you can process it and give it away? You could take persimmons and slice them up. Put them in your dehydrated, dry them and give them away for Christmas gifts, and that would be okay. A fruit. Fly wouldn't survive that? However, then you might get a call from a relative like I did who said, hey, I got your gift of dried persimmons. What do I do with them? Pam you eat them. What their food? Yeah. Th there from the persimmon and she says, I've never had a persimmon. Well, then it's about time you're ten years older than me. Okay. I got that out of my system. I feel better than now. So basically, it is a tasty treat I did have to explain that persimmons. Do grow on trees. And it is if you are considering planting fruit trees, what we used to call Beirut fruit trees in January there now all potted up so Beirut's kind of a misnomer. But if you're going out to choose new fruit trees, the deciduous fruit trees, basically are sticks now at nurseries you may want to consider a Fuyu persimmon as opposed to a cheer persimmon. Now, I know the hotel has its fans, but if you take a bite out of Chia that's growing on a tree. Have somebody with a cell phone camera taking pictures of you as you eat a cheer off a tree because you're gonna make some very strange faces. It's a rather astringent piece of fruit the Fuyu persimmons on the other hand can be eaten straight off the tree. Now, the can be eaten after it has undergone a thorough drying process, basically, hanging on a clothesline and wait for it to become all wrinkly. And then it's pretty good. And I think one of our listeners I was talking about this view weeks ago in one of our listeners, actually tried something. I had suggested about drying, achieves peeling them and drying them. And they're okay. They don't taste a stringent, and he tried it and it worked. So if you do efforts, she is you may try peeling them dehydrating them, and then they're good to go. They have that nice sweet persimmon flavor. But if you just want to eat fresh fruit off a tree. Go with the foo it is one of the better selling fruit tree varieties in our area. For a very good reason. It's one of the last producing deciduous fruit trees of the season producing in October, November December I noticed the farmer's markets. Still have them talking to a few vendors. They're saying that they'll probably have some insight until January, and like I say choose the food for you. If you never had a few you if you are like my sister and have never had a persimmon, then go to a farmer's market. Get yourself a Fuyu persimmons and try it. And if you have a dehydrated dry a few and try it I think you're going to really enjoy it. So yes, it is as we like to say Beirut season. But again, the term bare root is a misnomer. It used to be when you went to the nursery this time of year to pick out either fruit trees or rose bushes in January. They would all be plunged in this bed of sod. Sticks inside dust, and what was nifty about that? Was you could pluck it out of the sawdust? Look at the roots doesn't have a healthy root system. Okay. Wrap this up for me. And when they would wrap it up, they would take some of that wet sawdust put it in some newspaper, and then wrapped the root area in that wets saw sawdust newspaper, which meant that as soon as you got it home. You had to do something with it. Either plunge it in a bucket of water, which is always a good idea to let it soak up some water for a few hours before planting or immediately planted now that bare root plants both fruit trees roses are usually sold in. Containers that easily breakdown in the soil, and this is a benefit for everybody concerned for the grower. As far as shipping goes for the retailer as far as holding onto inventory for later in the season, and for you, the gardener because with these in containers like they are now all you need to do when you take it home is maybe soak that pot in a bigger bucket of water. Then cut off the bottom put some slits in the side dig a whole put it in the ground leaving that top lip of that container about an inch or so above the soil level to allow for settling and you may want to remove that top lip in order to allow water to either flow away or flow towards that tree. So it it's much easier to plant in this new day and age of the corrugated containers that they sell fruit trees in this is a benefit for retailers. Because now they don't have to go to the expense of repotting as extensively as the use to before at the end of January and February they'd have to take those all those unsold roses. And fruit trees and pop them up in their own containers with their own soil mix. Now, they're coming in a container. So they can leave him in a container for a few months. And then as soon as they are about to but out they can repot them into bigger pots and keep them around the nursery for June or July or whatever and.

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"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"fuyu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ornamental for our area for a November December harvest are persimmons. And there are a lot of great persimmon varieties out there, and it's a very versatile fruit as well. We're talking with Phil per cell of Dave Wilson, nursery and Phil persimmons. I guess could be divided into two categories the astringent and the non astringent talk a little bit about the non astringent varieties, such as the foo those are the type that you can just go ahead and pick right off the the tree and eat them. As is like the flu. Apple types. These stringent are the ones that you you need to have completely ripen or they give you a a really bitter taste and for people who are wondering if they're at the store or farmer's market, and they see two distinctly different persimmons. Chances are that one is non astringent, and the other is probably a stringent is -actly. So kind of like the classic non astringent is the Fuyu persimmon shit like an apple it's flatter. And it's it's hard in the astringent is the most common one is the high Chia and that one is oblong little bit bigger. And that one needs really to the soften completely before. It's a powerful and some of the techniques used to soften the Chia that I've seen her people hanging them on clotheslines. Sure. Yes. So how'd she is one where it's you know, what they do is they hanging on clotheslines idea. Also PM to to to kind of cure them that way, my mom, she's Japanese. We would throw them in the freezer, and that that would work or just let him sit out and just let them softened up the California, rare fruit growers in their descriptions about persimmons make mention that with the Chia or other astringent varieties that if you peel them and sliced them dehydrate them. They actually will be sweet now, I've never tried that. But if you want to experiment and sort of avoid the puck arenas of an astringent present. And you might try that definitely I've never tried it before and your description of a stringent persimmon is perfect unless you really really case it in the stringent that the Hucker nece is the bitterness is unbelievable onto softens. It is a sweet as can be. So it it's a it's a very unique flavor difference between the two. There are a lot of great recipes online for working with persimmons, especially the non astringent varieties like the food. They make delicious cookies. You can dry them, and they're a tasty treat and the just a lot of great ways to use that non astringent persimmon, including just eating it raw. Right. It's. You know, like right now at the nursery are are who you presented are devoid of of leaves? Right. They've gone through their beautiful, orange coloring. I'm looking at one right now. And it's just it's we have a complete deciduous tree. And is just loaded with the orange fruit. Just like, you know, little ornament hanging out there. And what we do during this time of year when we're out digging our trees, look you want a snack. We just go up to our food use. It can write off the tree eat them in. It's it's you know, they're delicious. It's sort of like a Christmas ornament. All the fruit hanging on the trees and the birds would appreciate it to L A. Sure. Yeah. Absolutely. So what are some of the other non astringent persimmon varieties in the Dave Wilson catalog that people might enjoy trying some of the other ones there's the giant blue which is a it's just a larger Fuyu persimmon? I personally don't think it's quite as Stacey. As the regular Jerrell. But you know, the name giant for you people like one that's really become popular and simply because of the size of the tree doesn't get quite as big as a regular flu is the EU. So some people kind of think of it as a a dwarf tree. The fruit comes on sooner than the flu you in the tree itself. Just because of its growing habits is relatively smaller. Tree something that we really liked it. You know, very unique is the is the coffee cake persimmon, it's a non astringent. But it does need a pollen is or Napoleon is our for the coffee cake is the chocolate percent. But the cost is the best way to describe the pace is it's it's almost like cinnamon swirl type of flavor, and it's it's really unique in like you say it's really early. So it's much sooner than the regular months sooner than the regular flu things caution. Kate is you know that it's been Holland is win. The flesh itself is kind of marble light Brown orange. If it has not been pollen is the flesh is just the he'll look like a regular fleet persimmon you bite into it. It becomes a stringent. It's kind of a unique one where you don't need it. Let it soften. But it needs to be pollen is, but the flavor is really a very unique. Type of sympathy street type of flavor now you mentioned the coffee cake persimmon that it needs the chocolate persimmon as a pollinator any other varieties work as a pollen is her for the coffee cake. We refined that chocolate works the best. You can have a flu. And it'll do a kind of a marginally job in the reason being is us. Have very few male flowers, and that's why don't get seeds in them because there's very few male flowers. So if you use that or the coffee cake. It just doesn't do a really good thorough Java polonizing. So that's why we like to tell people it's best for the cops. They have the chocolate go with it. Now, you mentioned another wonderful point about the food you persimmon, it is seedless, and it sell fruitful as many varieties of persimmons ourself fruitful. And I think that's why the food is so popular because of the lack of seeds which can be rather daunting in some varieties. Yeah. Absolutely. Let's put it this way, we grow a lot of a lot of seven seventy five percent of all the girl or in the other twenty five or broken up between high. The other fried. So it's the most popular and the other thing about persimmons is that I'm telling you for a tree, it is doesn't get insects. Doesn't get any type of diseases. It's it's it's pretty, you know, low maintenance loves the valley can take a lot of coal and United say, edible ornamental. I'm looking at like I said I'm looking at a full year right now. And it is just it's there little ornaments on a dormitory, and even though it can tolerate a lot of cold. It doesn't need that many chil- hours maybe one hundred or two hundred chill hours during the winter of temperatures. Thirty two and forty five. Yeah. So so the unique thing is that it does well down southern California on the coast in near also do well in the foothill. So it's.

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"fuyu" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"So so the boundary within which we find ourselves and protect ourselves and hold ourselves. Leaves us feeling non-porous to the world around us. We actually don't want to feel poor. So there's a the the onl- Evie culture anthropologists have described their sense of person hood. And and they they it's been said they have a radical indeterminate indeterminately of the self a radical indeterminately of I mean, that's a nightmare to us our values. I of course, I need to know why how could I yield to a radical instruments, but you can yield to the present. And the fluxes of the present without yielding to to the changes it stirs up within. I'm there's another anthropologist. Who talks about the porosity of personal within the ongo culture. And that again is a nightmare to us. But you're very reality is sustained by the flow of the world Fuyu. Whether it's whether it's your breath taking the accelerations of forests or the food moving through you becoming you. Or the energy of the person you're with passing through your own be fell the most difficult aspect in a way is preparing the field in a gentle encouraging way to say, you know, there's another way of being and it feels better. And it doesn't mean giving up anything of importance it. It's just a matter of softening into who you truly are and coming into harmony with the president around you. We come into the Harmon into harmony with the world will continue to push it into imbalances. Phillip I wanna ask you a questionable bullying, and that's because I've worked in the field of bullying prevention for over a decade. Now, always like to ask a question. If you have a story that involves bullying, we're mindfulness would have made a difference to a story you can share with us. Yeah. One game one that happened. Very recently. I I facilitate teachers strings so that people who are learning to teach my work a woman just destroyed me back. There was a there's a woman in her neighborhood. Who is something of a of a bully. And we actually talked about it during the course. And she said what can I what what can I do about it? And I made some suggestions. Well, she she got back and sure enough. You know, she went out walking her dog. And there's this woman, and there's no getting away on the woman comes out or and she just gras more and more deeply into her wholeness into her mindfulness into that grounded receptive chorus. Responsive place, and she said the woman talked out her for about two minutes and then left looking slightly confused. And normally it would have been like twenty minutes of and I I really took heart from that. She didn't she didn't do anything but land in that mindful coherence of her. Awareness at this moment. I love I love where that went. And how it went? What a great story Philip. That's great Philip as we move toward the end of the interview, I want to ask you five quick answer questions. So just thirty second answers. I perfect. The first one is this who is one person who was influenced your mindfulness practice Marion Woodman who died yesterday extrordinary woman. There's a there's a movie brilliant movie made of our called dancing in the flames. She is. I don't know anyone more embody than she is..

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"fuyu" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Again, we see how he doesn't get easier defense. This won't be one fair enough. Right. Then sigma in case, you don't know not only to cover the entire National Football League. If you problem on Twitter he's going to throw you out a fantasy tidbit every once in a while. So I'm gonna ask you to do. So my listeners gimme a guy on tomorrow scattered maybe guy you don't play every single week. You only have them for by week but the matchup screams bad defense. The other teams corners down something along those lines. Not a an easy prediction. Guide apply that you think could be sitting on a big week eleven bands McDonald had ten for one twenty ten for one twelve against Jacksonville in the playoffs last year. He's rate now in top form and AJ boy as back so that won't courage more passing to Manson's Donald mental if you'll also like Alex Collins, whether it's the Mark Jackson Robertson, the third a running threat at quarterback could really open up things against Cincinnati. Who's at least playing to backup linebackers advantage? Perfect might not be right. Even if he does play that's not bad if you're caught on your bye week, and you get your guy. Wait till we find out. We'll find out in the morning is there any chance you would play either a Lamar Jackson or a RG three tomorrow. Lamar Jackson is the one that I would be interested in some of. It's the matchup just fired their defensive coordinator Marvin Jones might he was defensive genius. We thought of him as one at one time but Lamar Jackson is the one. That's interesting. And I think if you're weighing Lamar Jackson the covering Tom Brady's by and you're waiting to Blake Bortles the little Fuyu. While playing in Matthew Stafford without Marvin Jones, if you had to dig that deep then I might play Lamar Jackson because he has that ability to take any run to the house. We have not seen a quarterback that can Michael Vick. And in that fantasy that's almost an unfair head and have not made it official yet. We'll probably find out in the morning. So if you can wait till you might think about Lamar Jackson, but patients would be a virtue, saying, always a pleasure. Appreciate whenever you come on board. Thanks for DNC tonight. But thanks for the opportunity. My pleasure. Sigma bloom. Football guys dot com here with us on CBS sports radio. All right, quickey timeout, come back. I'll go calls the rest of the hour. I got forest and Kenny holding love to add to the mix. Get aboard. Eight five five two one two four two two seven. My number two does not look like a number two. I don't know what to call it. Is there? A number three..

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"fuyu" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Shred and puncture? They retained sometimes eighty percent of their original charge. Still is contained after you. No longer on a us. The battery that residual charge has an incredible amount of power to create damage in San Francisco by Butler KCBS persimmons season is here, and it's an full swing the first ones out or the Fuyu persimmons. It has a sort of squat shape kind of like a tomato not very globular, but more flattened out, and it's one that you eat when it's still nice and firm as long as it has that pretty pink color covering the entire thing. It's ready to peel the skin off. But they're easy enough date like an apple right out of hand. If you pick a to green, it's a little bit stringent. Now, the one that comes a little bit later. The hatch is elongated kind of like a giant. Acorn in shape, and that one until the point that it gets so soft and squishy that. You can't believe it. It's not ready to eat. It's too darn astringent. It'll just Parker up your mouth once it gets that soft eating it is like eating a bowl of your favorite jello. This one was made by nature. It is just absolutely delicious. And my ultimate favorite is the put the entire right Pacheco persimmon in the freezer and freeze it it'll be as hard as a rock hold it. Under running lukewarm water. And as the outside starts to defrost. You quite literally wipe the skin right off. I make a cut three quarters of the way down through cut an ex into it and open up those quarters kinda low dislike let it rest in or frigerator for fifteen or twenty minutes, then drizzle it with some natural maple syrup and sit down and eat nature's finest sorbet just straight off the tree with nothing done to change it except letting it freeze good and hard Narsey. David KCBS..

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"fuyu" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Because the people voted, and they said they wanted sitting in this configuration. Whole Rosie speaks for the SF MTA tells KPI PIX five that in the two thousand fourteen votes, San Franciscans asked for more people to be able to sit down. He says the fact that they've been unpopular means there may be another vote. There are more than one hundred new train cars scheduled to roll out in the next few years. So there is time to make changes to those. But the sixty eight slippery seat ones that are already in use are likely here to stay even though that's. Not the only complaint says Muny writer, Kevin proceeds are a little uncomfortable. Well, at least you may not be on one for very long. Golds be KCBS. KCBS news time twelve fifty two. It is time now for food news with Narsey David Simmons season is here. And it's in full swing the first ones honor the Fuyu persimmons. It has a sort of squat shape. Kind of like a tomato not very globular, but more flattened out, and it's one that you eat when it's still nice and firm as long as it has that pretty pink color covering the entire thing. It's ready. I like to peel the skin off, but they're easy enough date like an apple right out of hand. If you pick it to green, it's a little bit of stringent. Now, the one that comes a little bit later, the hot Chia is elongated kind of like a giant acorn in shape, and that one until the point that it gets so soft and squishy that you can't believe it. It's not ready to eat. It's too darn astringent. It'll just Parker up your mouth once it gets that soft eating it is like eating a bowl of your favorite jello. This one was made by nature. It is just absolutely delicious. And my ultima. It favorite is the put the entire right Pacheco persimmon in the freezer and freeze it it'll be as hard as a rock hold it. Under running lukewarm water. And as the outside starts to defrost. You quite literally wipe the skin right off. I make a cut three quarters of the way down through cut an ex into it and open up those quarters kind of Lotus like let it rest in or frigerator for fifteen or twenty minutes, then drizzle it with some natural maple syrup and sit down and eat nature's finest sorbet just straight off the tree with nothing done to change it except letting it freeze good and hard Narsey. David.

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"fuyu" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"About seven forty in the evening. His livestream that YouTube concert started. He was he wanted to tell the audience what to do basically, he started the broadcasts alone on camera with the crowd and complete silence. Then he said, I'll just move a bit more over this way and saying, hey, Jude, and then you're saying go make it bad. And that you're a big moment there about two hundred of his friends some fans and told a strangers there in the hall, which is right off of the main commuter. Concourse Vanderbilt hall, Meryl Streep was one of the people who were there. Chris rock was there. Amy Schumer was there. Jimmy Fallon was there. Kate moss. Was there John Bon Jovi was they're Rolling Stone magazine reported that this was a different kind of McCartney show with leaner later on. It's feet less. Interested in hitting every familiar note more invested in having just a plain good old time concert is out to promote McCartney's new album Egypt station, but he only played three songs from that album. Who cares? Come on to me and Fuyu. He's having so much fun. He gave the crowd as streamlined reenergize to or through his catalog from love me do all the way to four or five seconds or fewer ballads than usual. So his hard rocking performances helter skelter birthday, and I gotta feeling pretty much set the tone for the night. Even my Valentine, which is very sweet John Kennedy arrangement with McCartney crooning through a broken megaphone. When he flubbed the lyrics to Blackbird twice. He just made. It seem endearingly human the fans. Love the moment. When he got the right lyrics. The third time a third of the way through the show. He broke out quote for me to you for only the second time ever as a solo artist. Dan, reisig quote anyway from media cracks have.

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"fuyu" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"This is joanie to davis and i'm here to talk to you about my recent trip or why it was a junket for the drastic world fallen kingdom movie i sit there by the you know bg and of course in universal pictures to interview the celebrities in the film some of the the crew and to really just see where they were the movie place they wanted to kind of immerse in everything which is okay with me because i never know why before i've been a fan of the drastic hark movies drastic world movies since nineteen ninety three when the first one came out and i've been jeff goldblum fans for it listens like i was young starting with fly you know he's a geeky guy with dark hair and glasses away is looking kid with glasses of course the first time i see somebody's semi a little bit cool on screen you see where i'm going here okay so you wing later we'll circle ray back to the jeffco move thing later so junkets are for those of you know they're just away just kinda marketing thing for these movies because you have to get the word out somehow right so what better way to get the word out to get all of the journalists from some of the major outlets out there and you know a lot of the smaller ones get them together in one spot treat them well let them interview some of the main characters give them a shot at the director the writer maybe some producers or something and you know give them some information about the movie and then send them home to talk about it in right about it and podcast so this is my first time going hawaii the nine hour trip kinda was not terrible but i don't know if you've ever been if you've never been to a while who the airport there looks like something out of seventies television show i expected you know magnum pi come waltzing through any second i mean there was there's wood paneling everywhere in every lot of open airspace but nothing is modern in upscale is some of the other reports that have been in saying a lot i mean there's a lot of flowers things like that but it was just kind of jarring how i don't think it was dated airport maybe maybe that was the style they're going for but it really got me in in kind of the mood for being in this tropical place because if you remember some of the magnum pi shows they were set in the drop goal in hawaii i think it was so related there i get out go to get to the cab and if i'm just looking at on the way to the hotel some of the most beautiful structures plants that i've ever seen we will what we're driving on the side of a mountain on one on one side you know the mountains on one side and the ocean is on the other and you know we we've inward in into the island which is great but i come from indiana we're pretty landlocked except for lake michigan but lake michigan has nothing on the pacific ocean like nothing so it was pretty amazing i mean just the air everything wasn't hot even though it was why in june lots of heat but there was a lot so we get to the hotel in it of course it's an amazing hotel i'm greeted with by receptionist who has a cool mint towel in a fresh foul flower lay so check in and i walk around a little bit there are whole walls missing from this hotel exposed to the elements letting the area in the sunshine in it was an amazing place go to my room fuyu of the mountainside it was mazing is amazing it really was stood there probably for about fifteen twenty minutes staring at the mount side because it was just the greatest few so when it here to pause for message from our sponsors we'll be right back.

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"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

"The pitches liver the fish noticed fuyu is an expensive winter delicacy but requires a licence to prepare because parts of it are poisonous buber's liver is mostly toxic am band a supermarket a gory sold five packages of sorted blowfish meet monday the liver and the package could have contaminated the other beat with the flu who poison the poison can't be removed by washing or cooking turns out the stored themselves in the liver of a particular kind of blowfish for years saying it's nearly nontoxic the illegal sales that surfaced monday when a buyer of one package took it to the health centre with four other packages sold but unaccounted for the city terms of the emergency loudspeaker irs normally used for earthquakes and other disasters to get the word out the claim is dropping sharply as traders worry regulators in south korea will crack down on trading of digital currency bitcoin is slumped about 30 percent this week after south korea's finance minister said tuesday the government could still then trading in virtual currencies and idea another official discussed last week bitcoin hasn't caught on its a currency for buying things as intended but it's drawn huge interest from traders and its price has soared over the past year it went from one thousand dollars at the beginning of last year to nearly twenty thousand in december many financial pros believe bitcoin's in the speculative bubble that could crash at any time the starlight lounge presents the plastic box oh what a great audience much dim the lights for this next one too much that veritas gotta get things just right like progressives name your price to tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options richer bojan and now though the israeli wait the lights are back on again drew kenya and now it's completely dark digression casualty insurance company injuries pricing coverage match linde by state law.

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"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

"Be recalled after a fifth was discovered to contain the pitches liver the fish notice fuyu is an expensive winter delicacy but requires the licensed to prepare because parts of it or poisonous the buber's liver is mostly toxic am band a supermarket a gaba gory sold five packages of sort of blowfish meet monday the liver in the package could have contaminated the other beat with the flu poison the poison can't be removed by washing or cooking turns out the stored than some of the liver of a particular kind of blowfish for years saying it's nearly nontoxic the illegal sales surfaced monday when a buyer of one package took it to the health centre with four other packages sold but unaccounted for the city terms of the emergency loud speakers normally used for earthquakes and other disasters to get the word out the volcano on the papua new guinea island of catavzsr are has been erupting for more than a week forcing seven hundred people to leave and three thousand to be evacuated from a nearby island flights in the area have been canceled due to the risk posed by ashk plumes and ships were warned to stay away from the island prime minister peter o'neill warned northern coastal communities to be on alert for possible through nominees he said relevant state resources were being made available to support the evacuations papua new guinea sits on the ring of fire a line of seismic fault in circling the pacific that us frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions thank you for listening to the ap radio network pay did you know that the associated press produces newsrelated books the latest installment is first cut first cut brings t moments in presidential pet history to life through the vast photo collection highlights include checkers the dog that was a focal point of nixon's 1950 to checkers speech and the clintons beloved cap sucks first had his perfect for animal lovers and his rebuffed of all ages first had is available on kindle look and ibooks ap radio news i'm tim mcguire congress continues to struggle with finding.

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"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

"Include docup protection for some eight hundred thousand young adults brought to this country illegally as children south carolina republican lindsey grand says president trump has to get involved now said it marked fifth we're going to replace daca with legislation all right at worst mr president is for you to help us and lead us to the right answer a source tells the ap steve bannon as agreed to be interviewed by special counsel robert muller's investigators ap's chad day reports it appears bannon won't be testifying before a grand jury the difference between what would have been a grand jury interview where you appear in tests for the grand jury is that you can't have on attorney press now with an interview where you go and sit down with the prosecutors usually do have your attorneys maybe even multiple attorneys in the room i'm timothy rivals north and south korea will be forming their first unified olympic team and they'll have their athletes parade together for the first time in eleven years during the opening ceremony of next month's winter olympics in south korea these are the most prominent steps toward better relations between the two since they started exploring cooperation during the olympics recent months this following a year of heightened tension over the north's nuclear weapons program senior officials have agreed to a joint women's ice hockey team and the two countries marching together under a unification flag which depicts the korean peninsula it's still not clear how many north korean athletes will participate in the games because none are currently qualified south korean media have predicted only up to ten north korean athletes will end up making the trip the arrangements between the two countries will still require approval from the international olympic committee a recall of potentially deadly blowfish forced a city in central japan to use its emergency loudspeaker system for packages had to be recalled after a fifth was discovered to contain the pitches liver the fish notice fuyu is the expensive winter delicacy but requires the licensed to prepare because parts of it or poisonous the goose liver is mostly toxic amband a supermarket of gaba gory sold five packages of sort blowfish beat monday the liver in the package could have contaminated.

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"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

"Two complementary devices designed to deliver high resolution images from an orbit of thirty six thousand kilometers the agency says if the tests are successful the next stage would be a space mission it's the first time europe and china have worked together to test and build an instrument current satellite systems are unable to gather the temperature and humidity data needed to accurately monitor storms the tropical cyclones in the northwest pacific known as typhoons pose a serious threat to china and other countries in the region each year former today show anchor and curry isn't surprised that her former coalition khor matt lauer was fired after sexual harassment allegations curry says there was verbal sexual harassment at the nbc show when she worked there curry lost her job after less than two years as lowers coanchor in two thousand twelve she didn't offer any specific examples during an interview on cbs this morning saying she didn't want to cause any more pain lauer was fired in november for an inappropriate relationship with a colleague that began in two thousand fourteen today has been in first place in the morning ratings race since holder copy began subbing for lower the day he was fired it's the longest winning streak for nbc in years a recall of potentially deadly blowfish forced a city of central japan to use it to emergency loudspeaker system four packages have to be recalled after a fifth was discovered to contain the pitches liver the fish notice fuyu is an expensive winter delicacy but requires the licensed to prepare because parts of it or poisonous the goose liver is mostly toxic amband a supermarket agabi gory sold five packages of sorted blowfish beat monday the liver in the package could have contaminated the other beat with the food poison the poison can't be removed by washing or cooking turns out the stored them sullied the liver of a particular kind of blowfish for years saying it's nearly nontoxic the illegal sales surfaced monday when a buyer of one package took it to the health centre with four other packages sold but on account in for the city terms of the emergency loudspeakers normally used for earthquakes and other disasters to get the.

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"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on AP News

"President trump is healthy ap washington correspondents' agra megahey reports that after friday's physical exam his doctors this trump is an excellent overall health the president underwent a nearly four hour exam friday and rearadmiral ronnie jackson spent nearly an hour breaking down the result for reporters the upshot he has a very strong in in in in a very probable possibility of making it completely through his presidency with no serious medical issues jackson says the president's an excellent cardiac health though wet 6foot3 two hundred thirty nine pounds he could stand to lose some weight and he says the president nailed a cognitive test not a standard part of the physical but something the president requested amid talk of being mentally unfit fit for office saga remain ghani washington a recall of potentially deadly blowfish forced a city of central japan to use its emergency loudspeaker system for packages had to be recalled after a fifth was discovered to contain the pitches liver the fish notice fuyu is an expensive winter delicacy but requires the license to prepare because parts of it are poisonous the buber's liver is mostly toxic am band a supermarket a gaba gory sold five packages of sorted blowfish beat monday the liver and the package could have contaminated the other meet with the food poison the poison can't be removed by washing or cooking turns out the store of them selling the liver of a particular kind of blowfish for years saying it's nearly nontoxic the illegal sales that surfaced monday when a buyer of what package took it to the health centre with four other packages stalled but unaccounted for the city terms of the emergency loudspeaker here's normally used for earthquakes and other disasters to get the word out new technology that could help satellites pure through clouds and to analyse storms is being jointly tested by china and europe the european space agency says it's teamed up with china's national space center to carry out ground tests on two complementary.

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"fuyu" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"fuyu" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"We talk about enemies foreign and domestic it it showed us about how increasingly hollowed out we were here in the west once we got past those candlelight vigils and things like that and team america who have we we've just been sprinting downhill ever since then has a culture there there was no there is no great fiveyear honeymoon period where you know america was ascendant immune to that ended taxed and our politics got there always they're always rough and tumble but they're just just thin gruel ugly nasty petty dumb so that's my stream of consciousness on that i wish i had more to say on the empowering front the noble front the turned the corner and genuine make america great again front but i just went off the cuff he asked that question i can i i i genuinely wish i had more that was positive to say i was um i was very early in my sports talk radio career i had uh um that unite in even know each other naya was a just done my i had my own show for a little more than a year i had dumb anna was a baby she had just watched her very first ever michigan football game a daddy we played miami of ohio and i could not afford like an actual michigan michigan replica jersey so i add date i'd gone out too at this point because i was just starting out at sports talk radio not making that get the money said to go down to burlington code factory and get like this knock off fuyu mazen blue looking michigan jersey which for a white guy you know at age.

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