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hpr2161 :: What's in my freezer?

Inscius talks about the food stored in his freezer.

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Hosted by Inscius on 2016-11-14 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. | Comments (3)

A short true tale of what I store in my (small) freezer, mid-October 2016. It is also the first time I record a podcast with a portable recorder.

"American blueberry" "European blueberry" a.k.a. "Bilberry"

Haricot vert a.k.a. green beans

Mangold/Chard

Blackcurrant

Broad beans


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Comment #1 posted on 2016-11-14T18:20:33Z by thelovebug

Nice!

I see what you did there, very clever!

Audio quality was pretty spot on. What was the recorder you were using?

Comment #2 posted on 2016-11-15T15:08:24Z by clacke

Green beans

I was dead sure green beans aren't called green beans in English. Looked it up. They are!

Or string beans, french beans ... but the canonical page is http://enwp.org/Green_bean .

Great episode! Short, sweet, brilliant.

Comment #3 posted on 2016-12-06T12:13:57Z by Inscius

Thanks

Thank you for kind comments, and sorry for slow reply. :)

The recording device is Zoom H2n.

As for translation of words, these days I often find myself using Wikipedia for that. It usually gives explanations of concepts etc, and in that way one can be a bit more sure what one want to say in a foreign language (as English is to me). Obviously, I wouldn't only use Wikipedia for translations (or as source in general).

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