Skip to comments.Home gardening offers ways to trim grocery costs [Survival Today, an on going thread]
Posted on 03/23/2008 11:36:40 PM PDT by nw_arizona_granny
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I grew up across the street from a couple who had escaped Nazi Germany. The lady of the house had a compost pile set up in here back yard. I thought it was a great place with all kinds of treasures. Consequently, I had to be closely monitored each time I wandered near it. Otherwise, I would have been dirtier than normal. All the time.
I think PRESTO makes a good one. I’ve used them for years off and on, can’t beat them!
Ping for later!
Click on this link, and “bookmark” it.
homemade cottage cheese site
[thanks yahoo group]
robert waldrop gardening
who feeds hiimself and scads of other people on 1/7 of an urban acre devoted largely to permaculture type edible plantings.
btw, do you have a ping list, granny? if so, please add me and ping me back to this thread from time to time. thanks.
Had a hard time locating my place.
Worked my fanny off this weekend.
The squirrels spared my grapes this year for some unknown reason. I now have 10 lbs of washed, plucked and frozen grapes that I need to figure out what to do with.
Thanks for the tomato pie recipe..Sunday’s dinner.
Any many, many thanks for the dryer sheet in the burned pot solution.
Seems I was simmering a small amount of tomato juice to test a recipe and render it down.
I lost track of time and discovered a burned black mass in the bottom of the pan..very nasty. It was concrete.
I put cold water in the pan and it amazingly loosened and lifted straight out after a soaking interval..But there were some unfortunate bits around the side.
Remembered the dryer sheet and a long soak. It worked.
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