Knowing something about choosing seeds for your garden will help you plan your future harvest better. Here are a few key pieces of information and some money-saving tips that I think every home gardener should know.
Cheese makers (and lovers) filled our home this weekend! Several friends and their families joined us Saturday afternoon for a group experiment with farm cheese. We decided to use raw milk from a local dairy. So, the first step was acquiring 9 gallons of milk.
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Yesterday morning I got a bee in my bonnet when I opened up the kids’ lunch boxes and found (yet again) food that had spoiled because it hadn’t been eaten in time.
I often get cheese sticks returned, too warm to be safe to eat. Yogurt. Etc. All seemingly high-interest, perishable foods. Today it was homemade potato and vegetable soup (with a base that looked and tasted much like chicken noodle) packed in a thermos.
This was followed by Austin asking the kids if they wanted berries in their waffles. Two said no, and I wanted to flip my shit.
“I’m only putting in four or five berries,” I said, in a whisper to him.
To which Austin replied with an apologetic look, “Yeah, but they won’t eat it.”