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If you drove by this, would you see anything other than a green jungle? Currently in that front green jungle there is Apple Trees Pear Trees Plum Trees Sweet Cherry Trees Sour Cherry Trees Mulberry High Bush Cranberry Honey Berry … Continue reading
I have gotten used to the way the water tastes and I am adjusting to the taste or in some cases the lack of taste in my fruits/veggies and some things are even good, like the locally grown mushrooms (excellent) … Continue reading
Well, I didn’t get much done in the garden on the weekend, but hubby worked on it for a bit on the saturday when he was puttering around.. he got a new row of strawberries done, plus cleared the area … Continue reading
While I have played around with growing Potato’s in towers, in strawbales and even in last years “sacrifice outside winter feeding area” the way we grow most of our potato’s is in our double dug 3 foot wide W planted beds. … Continue reading
Flour, a bit of olive oil, lots of mixed dried herbs, two duck yolks and a touch of cold water.. Mix, and work into a dough.. allow to rest before rolling it out.. Split the dough into two, roll your … Continue reading
Ok, I need an extra 6 hours in each of my days at the moment LOL, Spring came early and I have hit the ground running but I feel like we are going!, going! but never quite getting there if … Continue reading
March Challange: Breakfast-Yogurt, canned mixed fruit, walnuts Lunch-Baked Beans on Bread Supper-Pasta with roasted Chicken leg in a pasta sauce mixed with yogurt and dried squash. Dessert- Hot Spiced Roasted Peanuts. Ok, so lets talk about Permaculture today, the idea … Continue reading
Breakfast- Scrambled eggs with onion and cheese Lunch- Roast lamb, with pickles- noodles with butter/greens Supper-Yogurt, with strawberries and walnuts Other-Coffee, Water, Mint Tea, Popcorn, dried apple, dried dates, pickles http://notdabblinginnormal.wordpress.com/2012/03/06/conspicuous-sustainability/ I always enjoy reading Xan posts, I so often … Continue reading
The Dehyrdator Bible by Jennifer Machenzie, Jay Nutt and Don Mercer I have already done a book review, on this solidly useful book, I still find myself reaching for it at least once or twice a week to check my temps … Continue reading