(Natalia Cuevas-Huaico - Kelowna Capital News)

(Natalia Cuevas-Huaico - Kelowna Capital News)

Morning start: Did you know a “Buttload” could actually refer to a real weight measurement?

Your morning start: Fun fact, weather, and video of the day

After today you can justifiably use the term “buttload,” that is if you are referring to exactly 108 gallons of liquid contained in a barrel.

Fun fact of the day:

The meausrement is only used by a few breweries and distilleries, however the butt barrel holds approximately 108 imperial gallons (130 US gallons; 491 litres) for ale or 126 imperial gallons (151 US gallons; 573 litres) for wine. There you have it, you never need to feel silly for saying “buttload” ever again!

Weather forecast according to Environment Canada:

Friday will remain mostly sunny until we head into the long weekend. The highs of 12 in Salmon Arm and 14 in Penticton on Friday will drop down to eight or nine degrees on Saturday and Sunday. Thanksgiving Monday will see a return of the sun, reaching a high of eight degrees. Happy Thanksgiving!

In Kelowna:

In Vernon:

In Salmon Arm:

In Penticton:

In case you missed it (ICYMI):

Okanagan-Shuswap will narrowly miss a cold front over the Thanksgiving long weekend. Environment Canada meteorologist Matt McDonald said highs around 10-12 C are expected, just a tad shy of the normal 13 C seasonal temperatures.

Video of the day:

Check out this video on how to make your own grain-free apple crisp for a tasty Thanksgiving dinner dessert (providing you aren’t full enough already).

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good morning & happy #friday fam! ✨ Fall season = apple season… and apple crisp has always been one of my FAVE fall treats. But usually its loaded with butter + sugar… Dw, cue this VEGAN + GRAIN FREE Apple Crisp by @simplyquinoa 😍 Just in time for Canadian #Thanksgiving 😏 This healthy version has an amazing grain-free crumble topping with dates, pecans, coconut and almond flour and it pairs PERFECTLY with cinnamon spiced apples. Honestly one of my fave desserts of all time! Especially topped with coconut yogurt 💯🙌🏻🔥 Best part – its #Vegan + #GlutenFree + #GrainFree and sweet enough for dessert, but healthy enough for breakfast too! 😬 Check out the recipe link 👇🏼 & tag someone who loves apple treats 🍎❤️ #Cleaneatz ___________________________ ___________________________ simplyquinoa.com/grain-free-apple-crisp ___________________________ ___________________________ #veganfood #veganfoodshare #whatveganseat #bestofvegan #vegetarian #plantbased #plantpowered #Healthy #healthyfood #healthyfoodie #cleaneating #eatclean #wholefoods #wholefoodie #feedfeed #huffposttaste #foods4thought #applecrisp #veganglutenfreerecipes #glutenfreevegan #applerecipes #appledessert #appleseason #falldesserts

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Read more: COLUMN: Flipping the bird and exposing the Thanksgiving Day lie

Read more: Take caution driving Southern Interior this Thanksgiving, ICBC says


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Morning start: Did you know a “Buttload” could actually refer to a real weight measurement?

Morning start: Did you know a “Buttload” could actually refer to a real weight measurement?

Morning start: Did you know a “Buttload” could actually refer to a real weight measurement?

Morning start: Did you know a “Buttload” could actually refer to a real weight measurement?

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