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"ryan salt" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

07:02 min | 6 months ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"Me trust you. So i was a little bit worried. I came back to us. You're putting a lot of pressure. Can i ask another thing again. It was only one project. But i was told by somebody that was a. I can't remember his name but but They they were part of the did. A lot of understanding of the tribe was the original indigenous tribe of of the island of manhattan and. They said they didn't use a lot of salt or no salt whatsoever. Was that true across. All indigenous tribes in people in in america not at all because sodium. We need it for human consumption so a lot of those coastal tribes. Especially right there in manhattan. You get a ton of salt from all the seafood and seaweed. That's grown on their education in the ocean. All of the fish. There's a lot of salt coming in from there but then not too far away. There's a lot of mineral salts. You know in some of the regions like in pennsylvania and areas like that where people were pulling out a lot of mineral salts like here in minnesota where we're kind of landlocked there was actually north dakota's like a giant ancient ocean bed so there's all these streams that go through those ocean bed layers by the time they hit the surface. It's all saltwater so people were harvesting salt that way and also just cooking it could boil it down just like you do saltwater to make salt right and then you have the salt flats you have like areas with is open salt. There is certain plants that were nearby salty areas that would soak up and even crystallized with these these salt plants in place. There's when you cook utilizing wood ash which is a big part. Because it's kind of a natural for nixon musician obviously when you're doing like during corn into hominy but you'll find way in mexico or way up in parts of new york you know. I'm so when you cook anything down into ashmore. While you have are just solids the minerals rights you have sodium calcium at tassie magnesium zinc things like so some of the some of the plants have a ton of sodium in so people were seasoning heavy With utilizing plant ashes which also as another form salt and then. Of course you have animals because just whatever it's land animals or ocean animals or whatever. There's a lot of salt in. There's a lot of sodium in the animals in the protein itself to so sodium is all over the place. I'm so happy. Because i'm sure i had a misunderstanding. Then because it's like. I remember like what that doesn't make much sense to me so i'm sure that you should hear you should shoot the messenger. Make sense to me was like wait. That's not right. They didn't have martin's table salt. But enid ryan salt forms out there. I mean dave you know you're not stated mission but like a huge part of your work over. The years has been upgrading. People's idea of what asian food is in america. But let's say you completely failed and korean. Food didn't get any uptake. Chinese food didn't get any uptake. Nobody thought anything beyond general chicken in a lotta ways. It doesn't fucking matter because korea still there and china's still there and they don't give a shit about whether or not we can advance people's understanding and the america of the food. But if sean if indigenous food can't grab a foothold. There's no where else where it's going to like an asked to survive here and this is where it often tissot matters or at least pro preserving the stories and yup again. If you haven't seen high on the hog dr jessica harris's book but also the sears. That's out on netflix. it's beautiful and it's also extremely important. But how many years did it take for this to finally happen and bef- you know before this story. The story that should be told is the story that shawn's talking about it. And i feel like if you're going to say you care about the food ways here in america. This is a Absolutely cornerstone story to understanding american food. So i just don't see it any other way i. I think it's actually hard to disagree with that statement. I'd like to see somebody who disagree with. Yeah yeah totally. I mean sean. What is what is. Let's say you start to success in this. How do you see indigenous or native american. What do you wanna call it. How how do you want to see that. Fit into the greater fabric of american cuisine. Is it always something separate or do you see this becoming more woven into american. Do you see white dude's making food that they learned from indigenous foodwise. I think that i i. It's really important that we allow indigenous peoples to define what their food is right out. Something that we're being really careful with even as other conditions cultures that we're not trying to tell them what their foods are. We're not saying. This is the foods of the pacific northwest. Follow this recipe. But you know we're saying we want to give you the tools and philosophy of how we were able to kind of pull it together where we are and help you guide you guys to get to that point where you define. What your food is you know. But we just were hoping that we're going to see a lot of other native chefs out that it's going to be normal to find a native american restaurant in city because you know what's being food capitals of the world across america and all these big cities there should be at least one native american indigenous restaurant. That's run by people that are descendant of the area to really represent true history and food of and flavors of where were that city might be sitting on. You know so is this. There's a lot of work to do. But we feel i can sue. You know. we're seeing a lot of followers seeing a lot. More nita chess coming out of this and again part of this is gonna take. We wanna help set up systems to help develop the chefs because privileges part of this this issue too because a lot of us like most of the people on my team who come from indigenous communities up in the same way growing up very poor on native american reservation with families who dealt with all sorts of trauma and all sorts of issues and it took me forever to kind of crawl out of that. So we want to help more people kind of deal with that. 'cause a of chefs a lot of with wis really successful restaurants. I have so much that they don't even talk about you. Know let's see you'll see people like we have this beautiful farm space and we're using all this wonderful stuff. But they're not talking about how they're utilizing multibillion dollar farm space and with all these resources that no that's not realistic. Nobody have exact situation now. So how do we start community based no small food entrepreneurs and how do we. How do we help those people that really have a vision and dream. They're doing something important culturally relevant in that has done that can help change the story here and there a bring story forward. So it's it's food was story that's really important. The story should distill down to who has the most privilege I mean. I think that's such a hard challenge though sean right like on.

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"ryan salt" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on Daily Pop

"To no. No no no not watching that. I mean she gets to taylor swift watching that. I mean listen. Some people were saying well. This is the same network. This sensor jonah and justyn at the super bowl have they totally change the concept of what they think is appropriate while that was a long time oh nipple but to me. The absolutely real janet was a full nipple. You guys wop and a nipple are two different things. Yes i agree with that i. I think it goes back to again. You know what to expect at this. These artists had every expectation that was going to be over the top. In fact i do think. The grammys need that performance I think they're all i think. All the forms were really good but this was the only one that had that. Xjs hunch and top that wild like people are talking about the next one. Hundred percent of them were great. But you're not there even killed even keeled. You weren't necessarily raving about it the next day. This is the one that gets people talking something like that in your show. Then what's the point of having the show. I'm i'm for it. I do think this is the one that most mothers were. Especially if they young daughters you can watch us when you're eighteen later in life please ryan salt lake the first little snippet of it and i was like you know what we're probably you're not gonna watch this one. And then she was like what they're just in their bathing suits. I was like well. I guess you went to the beach. Or honey i don did you guys love last night at the moment when they pantheon saying jay z. Right before commercial break. Everybody was waiting to see them and her award with connects and she was pretending like she was on the phone so she wouldn't have to talk to. Nobody look at her pretending like on the phone. She didn't have to wave at nobody. The camera taking your buddy levin that mask though she was.

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"ryan salt" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

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"ryan salt" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of the scoring from today's game will start with the cardinals who were led by Evans with eighteen points you also at three rebounds ten assists today to three turnovers in thirty seven minutes she was seven to fourteen from before but just one of six from beyond the arc global had four double figures Kylie shook had eleven points on four of nine shooting she was three of fourteen from three entering today but made three of five from beyond the arc she had a double double with thirteen rebounds to go other eleven points they got to the peace from Bianca Dunham who was five for five from the floor and the jasmine Jones who was five of nine or feel goals Jones also had five rebounds eight points for it yet seen the op who was three of six and played some hard defense for the cardinals today the up also had six rebounds six points from Elizabeth Dixon who was three of six and they had two points from Elizabeth pelican who was one of five from the floor Lobel was fifty two percent twenty nine of fifty six they were just five of fifteen from beyond the arc for thirty three percent and they made all four of their free throws Kentucky was paced by Ryan Howard who had twenty six points on nine of twenty three shooting she was one of five from beyond the arc but seven of eight at the free throw line Ryan finished with four rebounds and two assists two steals in thirty eight minutes twelve points from Sabrina Haynes who connected on three three pointers she made three of her four free throws finished with the rebound and four assists with no turnovers in thirty five minutes dot the on a wide had twelve points and five rebounds top was five of eight from the floor and connected on a pair of threes in twenty eight minutes this afternoon Kiki McKinney as we mentioned nine points all coming on three's Jenna Roper finished the game with four points and Blair green had a big three just before the end of the first half Kentucky was twenty two of fifty from the floor for forty four percent and they made ten of nineteen trays for fifty three percent Kentucky also with a solid day at the free throw line twelve out of fifteen for eighty percent mobile out rebounded Kentucky thirty seven to seventeen and they outscored the cats thirty six to sixteen in the paint but Kentucky was able to generate fifteen turnovers and turn that into fourteen points global score outscored Kentucky eleven to six second chance points and six to two on the fast break and the cardinals bench had a sixteen to seven advantage over the cats as well Movil jumped out to a twenty one sixteen lead at the end of the first quarter but the cats finished the first half or with a flourish out scoring the cardinals twenty four to ten in the second period to lead forty to thirty one at halftime Sabrina Haynes hit a three pointer with three minutes going to third to put Kentucky up fifty five to forty five the middle of a went on a seventeen to to run to take a sixty two fifty seven lead Kentucky came back to tie it will will then took a took the lead on a three pointer by Kylie shook at sixty seven to sixty four and they held on to win it sixty seven to sixty six the score was tied five times and there were six lead changes in today's game I would like to take a minute and think our season long university of Kentucky women's basketball sponsor central bank the official bank of UK athletics and coca Cola taste the feeling checking the central bank SEC scoreboard a couple games are in progress right now is number five South Carolina has push their advantage to twenty points over Purdue with six thirty eight to go in the third quarter the Gamecocks fleet fifty one to thirty one over the Boilermakers Georgia at home leads Fuhrman in a low scoring game forty three to twenty eight that's with six thirty three remaining in the third number eleven Texas a and M. holding serve at home against Houston Aggies on top fifty five thirty two with three eleven to go in the third quarter and with four thirty nine to go in the first in North Carolina Leeds Alabama sixteen to thirteen in an SEC ACC battle down in Tuscaloosa Arkansas ranked number twenty one leads northwestern state eleven eight and Bethune Cookman on the road at Auburn leaks the Tigers nine two eight with six of six to go in the first quarter that's a look at your central bank SEC scoreboard and we're joined your court side by head coach Matthew Mitchell and the final score sixty seven sixty six coach I know this was a tough one but your team really battle there for forty minutes and had a chance to win it at the very end yeah I had a shot there to win at the end and just a tough tough basketball game and you know you have to give you avail lot of credit for how hard they played in you know they they they really tough and I was super proud of how tough we played we played really really hard you know certainly have some some areas we have to improve and but just a tough game and have a shot to to win it at the end is you know and love nope no consolation force but you have to understand that it's a game we can build from and get better and just really proud of how the T. prepared for the game I thought they prepared well thought they were tough and forgets it just just made one more play we could come out with the a better result looks like I told you know had that last shot going in and we won by two what we're we're not very much different basketball tell you we we we lost by one we went back to its this is very important that we keep proper perspective in and continue to improve his tame we're gonna have to rebound the ball better there's no doubt about it was just been something that we've talk to the table about I I've got to do a better job of of of put an emphasis on in practice and so that's that part so me and thought it really really hurt us today of the the boards and so just try to get better from this wonder and culture you know I talked about how balanced this offense become in the last few weeks and I thought we saw that today with so much attention and focus on Ryan who'd already had the big first half it was giving opportunities for Sabrina and taught to Jana and McKinney and they made the most of it was some big shots from beyond the arc employer green it want to right before the end of the first half yeah we sent the three well again and I think that's gonna be a big part of our our our offense we we didn't score very much in the paint today and so we we needed to to make some three point shot so that was that was good force and that's that's been a strength of our team so far this year pretty please with the team was able to get to the charity stripe today outscoring them by eight at the free throw line yeah I wish we'd gotten a little bit more thought it was just extremely physical game and and would have been nice to maybe it got there a little bit more but up in a game like this you know you wish you could make all of them that would expose force but shot eighty percent for the line that was that was a good good good percentage defensively facing a team that has the heights in the athleticism mobile does how did you feel with the overall performance on the fence by the wildcat well I thought our first shot the fence pretty good you know you have to give them a ton of credit there in the third quarter we just we just couldn't get a stop in part of that was on us from our bar positioning we got got screwed up on our our ball screen defense in our positioning there but also you got to give them credit they have you know players who have not been making threes all year makes a big threes for a bit yeah not your your normal people that you would expect I thought we did a really good job on Evans from the three point line she only made one yeah but the the three that shook made and and the three three Porter shook made in the one that day out made that that was that was those are some killers there those are those are some shots that had not been going in with regularity for them so of you got to give them credit they they were open they stepped up not down the shots you know I talk pregame about with these two teams matching up about there would be moments in the games were there be runs and sometimes one would go against a loophole would have a spurt in this game that you feel pretty good with the way the team responsible we have local was able to land a punch so yeah I'm I'm seventy third quarter yeah could it really been you know devastating to us big big you know knock out punch because it is specially the yeah I just I did a really bad job there too in the third quarter we should have been on the ball underneath we we just we just could not get a rebound down there and and the ball cap find out of bounds on you know for taking rebounds for for low level and man that that too there at the end really proved to be of the difference in the game I wish we had somebody on the ball that's that's a coaching here there but you know they they had a lot of momentum going in the fourth quarter in we're able to battle back but yeah I just again real proud of our kids for playing hard real appreciative to have a big crowd show up on Sunday afternoon lot energy in the building and they were able to rise to the occasion so appreciate that very much and just tough loss today Ryan salt today which is going to see a lot in SEC play probably how did you feel she responded overall with double teams in the physicality of the game today twenty six point about C. O. gosh yeah great day I just want to throw that in there at a great great day twenty six points and you know a lot to learn I I I I I I got to try to get clear on on you know what's legal and what's not legal because she you know she she's got a learned what she can do someone's going to play that way we've got to make sure that we can you know legally try to get open and and and so from that standpoint you know thought them them put in they op owner in the second half and just really really bad physical was was a good good move for them and and so I think she's got plenty learn from shell game a lot of confidence from of her performance today she was really outstanding one thing's for sure this team drew a lot of energy from the crowd today you could just tell by their in their step on the floor they responded all day yeah I I just thought we battled yeah I thought we battled and withstood some some real tough runs that that you avail made and you know I I think we just got to move forward yeah in a real positive way here this week I know there will be a lot of focus on finals at some to be a the student part of student athlete this week but what are some things that you'll be able to do before you head out west to face cal next Saturday well we've got two days off to get going on finals week in tape sure dates that they've been doing a great job.

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"ryan salt" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is a this. Maybe was a government phone. This was done on. So, you know, it's okay. And look we released it, but not sure that we need to be relying on people involved in tech. Streams screen shotting. Their their own words, share them down the road on a controversial story. Right. Anyone else? Look at the washed up celebrity washed up celeb- taxed and think that's a little strange like what what was she trying to do there. Obviously, he's he isn't at that time. He was a hit show. He's about to star on Broadway. Was she tried to downplay who he is. Yes, she was trying to make it seem an advocacy role. Isn't it that's taking an advocacy Ryan salting him? And this I was to take an advocacy role for him because I was telling him. No, you weren't you're protecting him. Why would she protecting him? What was at stake for her? If she didn't protect him. I want to know an answer to that. And I'm sure that the attorney registration disciplinary committe. Committee committee, whoever the hell they are. They I'm sure they would also have to ask that question. Was there something in it for her to help guide this thing to that kind of a conclusion, I know that she states at this political philosophy that there are bigger fish to fry and non violent criminals, we don't have time for that. We have limited resources. Well, let me tell you something this Chicago police department has limited resources, and because of a heater nature of this case. They spent endless man hours personnel hours. Tracking this thing down improving this guy hoax thing up, and it gets to run around the country run around the world telling people the Chicago police did did me dirt there. They lied about me. And now here I am to tell you. I'm completely innocent. And they proved it because thank God Kim, FOX up for me that I'm completely innocent. And that's what he gets to do. And maybe she gets to become an agent at. I don't think she's going to end up at our Emmanuel's place. But she'll end up somewhere. UTA is hiring go out there. Coby an agent MS FOX going joy the rest of your civilian life. You do not do not enjoy the support or the trust of the people underneath you. Or the people of Cook County get out. Thank you. Just got the weather coming up. Oh my God. I'm just impressed. You said personnel instead of man hours. That was really come a long way. Really a long way. I gotta come. All righty. Kills in. You want to do? I'll do it. Mayor Emanuel s today at Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX's resign after a document dump revealed. She was text messaging co workers about the Jesse smell like case. Even though she recused herself. I don't think she should resign. But I do think we need to report that.

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"ryan salt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr Justin Lee or Email me any of your pets actions at Dr just at pet life radio dot com with that we're out of time. And once again want to thank Dr missile, Ryan salt. And Mark winter our producer for making the show possible. So you at the next episode. Let's talk pets every week on demand only on live radio dot com. D G P is an all natural formula proven to help aging pets with joint and mobility problems. It goes to work quickly providing vital nutrients of the joint while we're versing the effects of age some people see results in as little as seven days. Don't let your dog struggle. Another day hall, eight hundred five to one zero five four three or visit DIGI P pets dot com and enter the total work W O archaic for twenty five percent off your first order and free shipping. Molly. Here's your dinner. Food. Don't let that happen to your precious cat elevate your cat's eating experience with the cat tree. Trae the cat. Tree Drake keeps your cats food off the floor. Ed, conveniently located on the cat tree. It's the perfect way to eat. It's a beautiful wrought iron trae that easily attaches to your category at keeps dogs and other critters out of your cats dish must remote you bet households. There's a six straight for large bowls at a forage Draper, smaller balls Burgess your cat tree. Trae today. Go right now to cat tree. Trae dot com. That's cat tree. Trae dot com. C A T T R E E G R A Y dot com..

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"ryan salt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:52 min | 3 years ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Commend biscuit. Yeah. Especially with cream, strawberries, oh, you could still do that. Usually, the biscuit is you can be a witness. You could eat the biscuit without the which look green was right? You're that recipe or we'd have to pull that upset a heavily at home. It's not my head. It's only four ingredients. You got your flower your butter heavy cream baking powder. It was the heavy cream that I forgot rock recipe and baking pedaled, five ingredients, and honestly guys so delicious, and you could put anything on that. But we loved it with the Honey mustard the ham, and I would send that as gifts to people because they craved it delicious. Yeah. So what else are you cooking? These days. Cooking making a lot of soups at home. Elope soup. I love sue. You know, what I made the other day? I did a vegetable white bean with short ribs. I didn't have narrow bones. But I found short ribs cut short with phones. And I did that same thing. Brown them made a stock. And then did all the it was my wife says I've been holding back on baked clams for thirty years, you do she loves and I love I just never used to make the now making home and like it'd be done on mulberry street. They're good good. I as you're talking. I'm thinking, no one has served me baked clams nor have I made them in years. You have to get really good clams whole foods is that where you buy replace. They shut them for me. So at hopeful. So what do you do? What do you? Do you get you Clem? Right. And you have them shock them. Like, take the shows home. I rinse it shows that well, so there's no little piece. Breadcrumb in that mixture. There is I use roasted garlic bread crumbs olive oil partially soul bringing back. My persistence memory olive oil mix it up we used to love that put them in the oven. Again, totally satisfying great was Super Bowl Super Bowl. Ray come in the name of the event, it's a great Super Bowl item. Everybody loves me cleanse, greasy very inexpensive and whole foods will shut them. All right. Who knew the usually shut them. Asking for a hundred clam shell you're gonna tell you know. Not only that Clemson. You're not going to serve roast chicken for Super Bowl. But Mitchell makes the best roast chicken and the best gravy. How nei-neither of? Chicken little hot oven. And you don't do a lot to it. Ryan salt pepper butter. That's it. And stick it in water four four fifty fifty. Can't be too hot. But how come you gravy is always so good is separate just the the pen, drippings, no onions, celery carrots and the bottom known look. I liked. I liked the roster. Jake was potatoes parsnips carrots, also delicious. You gonna make gravy from the drippings? Yeah, I love that so much everything's giving me my wife will say to me, you know, how long that great. We keep us keep a month. It's mostly fat. I'm just kidding. But you can freeze. I don't free you never. Well, I sometimes everyone loves gravy. So if I really make a big wonderful gravy, and I have any left, which I rallied we had a customer sixty fifth and Madison for many, Sean. Can this be frozen? I don't know. I don't freeze. I said you right across the street when he just by today today or tomorrow, and then freeze freezer must have more stuff in it. You know, what people do that all the time? I'm not a big freezer person. I keep chicken that. I buy Cosco individually wrapped from the freezer. I do that for the dog. Could do it for yourself too. But that's I keep that in the freezer, but very rarely he'd buttering the free scream. I keep trader Joe's puff pastry in the freezer. I'm gonna go get I never portrayed string KEMA atrium in the freezer and that Sanjay Gupta. That's because you're Mitchell London. So Mitchell London we've been bothering him since he no longer has his boutique shops where we all used to stop the get that lemon chicken that. I loved popular addition Stewart was the lemon chicken. You're a member. How you made that? I do. Different Chiwetel me tell you. Yeah. Chicken cutlets cut very thin. I pounded pounded. Well, it goes against the market. I go to fight goes. And they cut him for me razor thin marinated in lemon zest, fresh, lemon juice. I'll will fresh irregular. That'd be fresh. Reagan will be we don't want to buy fresher. Reagan will make a different dish. Okay. Hash fresh original a little bit of peppers. Guy pepper flakes, the red ones you let that shit for four hours two hours. Lemon juice lemon says fresh oregano and a little red pepper you dredge that in flower after you marinate to three or four hours does not need to be overnight. Put it in flower different flower, shake off, the excess flour Brown that in olive oil in a non stick pan. Right. And we call it banging chicken was named by kid who came into the shop who would water can lose his mother five days a week because it's bang and good. That's that's how the kids talk. Now, again, hand baggage recall and chicken, and it is super delicious super easy. That's easy. I'm gonna make that one. And if you put it on top of a green salad Isla Milanesi, delicious, you then you get your salad for the day. You totally happy close nothing to make. And it is banging good. Mitch the name easy, and you can serve it with anything, mashed potatoes or rice asparagus delivers from my wife. She does not I like it and I roasted with parmesan to go. But she you know, we all have I can't eat beets. People say what I loved. I know everyone loves reach can't.

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"ryan salt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ryan salt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So. Oh, please help keep your dog and cat healthy. Well, thank you so much for this. Great information. We really appreciate you taking the time to be on today's show. Thank you for having me. Well, that brings us the end of today show on ER bed by me. Dr Justin lead dot com on Facebook. Dr Justin Lee or Email me any of your pet sessions at Dr just seen at pet life radio dot com with that we're out of time. And once again want to thank Dr missile, Ryan salt and Mark winter, our producer for making this show possible. So you it's an episode every week on demand. Only on live radio dot Hey, art, Kellie, pickler. Hi. This is enlargement show everybody. I'm Rachel is only one station that gives you the scoop on wagging tongues and tails who's lucky hill in end Tinseltown. Life radio. The tail wagging. Victoria, safer, aspiring actress an animal enthusiast is on her own in New York City, follow Victoria, and her two dots ruin echo is. She cares for very Browns and juggles life and career all the while managing to survive in the world's most hectic city, the exciting animal adventures in secret stories from both ends of the leash that make up the tales of the.

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