Save The Elephant Day 2018 is on Monday, April 16, 2018: Can i use unbaked can biscuits after being opened for 1 day.?

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Monday, April 16, 2018 is Save The Elephant Day 2018. Donate to Save Elephants Your WWF Donation Can Help Save Elephants and Other Species.

Save The Elephant Day

They could be wildlife symbols, but, sadly, tigers have been in crisis. Save The Elephant Day is an opportunity to show our love and support of these much-loved titans and lift understanding of the risks for their future both in Africa and Asia, varying from ivory poachers and traffickers to lack of habitat.Also called World Elephant Day, the occasion began through the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation, located in Thailand, working with Canadian film-maker Patricia Sim cards. The launch of the worldwide initiative this year saw the discharge from the documentary film ‘Return towards the Forest’, read by Star Wars legend William Shatner.An effective way to mark your day would be to donate to some charitable organisation helping tigers or organise a celebration in help of these beautiful but threatened monsters. You might watch a wildlife film about tigers or sign a petition to boost awareness.

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Can i use unbaked can biscuits after being opened for 1 day.?

Yes, absolutely you can eat it, don't let anyone tell you different! They may not turn out exactly the same as a fresh popped can (especially if they were not covered and are dried out at all) but there is absolutely nothing wrong with them, even if they were not refrigerated the entire time! My family has been opening these canned biscuits for years, and baking just part of the can and saving the others for another day. My son also does this and rolls the biscuits flat, wraps them around a hot dog and then bakes them, saving the extras for the next day. We take the ones that we forgot about for a week or so and flatten them out to fry in oil, then sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, tastes like Elephant Ears from the fair! Think about it for a moment, almost all the Pizza Restaurants make their pizza dough a day or even a week in advance and just put it in the refrigerator until they need it. When I was a volunteer at a Gleaner's group we would go to one particular pizza place, pull the old dough off the refrigerator pans where it had set all week and individually wrap it up to give to clients. It was great baked or fried. Sour dough breads have a "starter" which is mixed up with flour and other wet and dry ingredients then set out unrefrigerated for at least a day in order to get the proper flavoring. We mix flour, water and yeast in a bowl, cover and leave it on the counter overnight every Saturday then mix in a few other ingredients to make sour dough waffles or pancakes on Sunday, if we decide it wasn't strong enough flavored we will leave it out for another day or two, literally, then place it in the refrigerator. Come next Saturday if we are low on batter we will add more ingredients and let it set out over night again.

The public has been brainwashed to believe everything has to be refrigerated immediately or it will pick up all sorts of bacteria and poison us and it just is not true. Fresh Goats Milk Cheese can be made without even heating it up (after milking) by just adding an inoculation for flavor (usually some sort of bacteria) and the tiniest bit of rennet, covering it and leaving it out overnight. No hard cheese is kept refrigerated or it will not develop the proper flavors or texture. Gleaner volunteers get all types of outdated foods, haul them around in their unrefrigerated cars for hours and many miles before taking them to the distribution center anywhere near a refrigerator. We have a Restaurant supplier type grocery store in the next town over and dive in its dumpster whenever we are in town and have taken it home and eaten all types of sealed foods even meat. We brought home dozens of huge packages of Flat Steak, hosed off the packages on the lawn and stuck them in the freezer, it is fresh and delicious and we have not bought a steak in 4 months! Naturally we use common sense with all items, if it smells funky we leave it behind or feed it to the chickens. We sometimes have old meat in the fridge that starts to smell and turns a little gray and we do not eat it because the flavor is funky but my 78 year old father does, he was raised on what he calls "rotten" meat and Mom shops in the marked down meat section so she can get his favorite rotten steaks! Dad even has stories about being a meat delivery boy when he was a teen and how they would take the chickens that had started to get a little old and slimy, soak them a few minutes in a light bleach water, dry them off and wrap them back up for delivery, and 70 years ago they did not add juices and preservatives to keep them fresh longer. I started dumpster diving at age 15 when I left home and have continued to do so for nearly fifty years simply because there are treasures to be had and I see no reason to spend money when I do not have to!

What’s the best rifle to use for hunting an elephant?

What's the best rifle to use for hunting an elephant?

Well you should be assured they are protected, and heavily game managed on strict licencing.A lot of fees for shooting one(around $10,000-20,000) goes to the park to fight poachers, and pay for more wardens.

As funny as it sounds while hunters did originally almost wipe out elephants 100 years ago, it is now hunters saving them from illegal poachers.

A lot of the countries who refused to make strict hunting legal, lost their elephants to poachers, starvation and even minefields(left overs from all the african wars which kill millions of african animals each year)

The reason is the only a park with a lot of money can fix these problems.The average african country is literally too poor to do it themselves.

As to which guns first I'll address some of the other replies.

The 50BMG will kill an elephant but is not the best to use, in fact is is pretty useless. To shoot elephant you may need to be waist deep in long grass, or even standing in a stream, or on a steep slope.A gun like the 50 BMG that you need to lie down to fire is obviously no good. Even if you can shoulder fire it, it is very heavy, and very long in the barrel, and not something you want to carry for 10 miles following elephant.

The 405 winchester is no good for elephant. Bullets to short and stubby. Its okay for most big game except african dangerous game.

The most commonly used rifle for elephant, and the legal minimum is the 375H&H. It fires a .375 calibre 300gn(about 3/4 ounce) bullet at around 2500fps.

There are many other calibres used such as the 458 winchester magnum, 416 remington, the 378, 416 and 460 weatherby magnums, the olden day 450, 500 and 600 nitro and many others.

They all have some common requirements.

1.Bullets that have a lot of weight for their calibre, in other words they are quite long.

2. Bullets that are either totally solid or have a full metal jacket so they do not deform or break up upon impact.

3.Bullets that have round or blunt noses, since pointed solids will tend to destablise in flesh and veer off course badly(another reason the 50BMG is not a good choice since 90% of its ammunition is pointed).

4.Velocities of at least 1950fps and up to around 3000fps, though generally 2200-2450fps is considered all you need.

For elephant the toughest shot is the frontal brain shot, for which the above bullets are needed to get through the 18+" of cellular bone structure. This is also the only shot that will kill them during a charge so it is the most important shot for your own safety.

Side brain shots are a lot easier and can be handled with many other rifles. It is also possible to kill elephant successful with lung and heart shots, though the elephant will not die straight away. It may take from a few seconds to a miniute or more to bleed out and you will have to follow it while it does.

So once again while a lot of guns will kill an elephant some of the time, the elephant guns mentioned above are the ones that will kill it every time, and can be used quickly from most hunting angles.

hope this helped.

Save our Elephants, by Janice Bolton.?

Save our Elephants, by Janice Bolton.?

Your education is sadly lacking as far as spelling and punctuation is concerned.

But your imagination and rhetoric save the day.

Beulah

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