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My first grape

picked up off the ground by mother near the grape vines. tasted a little bitter but a little sweet. seeded.Angry Bitch/Grumpy Grrl/Slower Than Liquor brand wine soon to come!
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CSA Cookoff: Shrimpburgers with Sage and Sweet Chili Sauce

CSA COOKOFF: WHAT CAME IN LAST WEEK’S FARM SHARE & HOW WE USED ITA hearty thanks to World Peas, the awesome food…
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square baling

"im keeping it all, there predicting another cold long winter this year, im hoping to be alittle more prepared this year"
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Jennifer commented on John F. Houpt II, PhD's status
"Whoooooeeeee! That's a hot one! Sounds like you're making good use of it, though."
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Richard Wilts replied to natalie martinkus's discussion 'Canning: Oven vs. Water-Bath'
"Hi . this is how i can tomatoes,dill pickles and peppers--i heat the oven to 250 degrees -then i prepare the tomatoes in the jars ,place them in the oven for 70 minutes  at 250 degrees,,pickles…"
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Mary Vivit replied to HOMEGROWN.org's discussion 'Homemade Soymilk 101'
"I've had great luck with the oats, too, David: a much better product and smoother taste. Alas, my soymilk maker has given up the ghost, so I'll probably try this method. I did see…"
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John F. Houpt II, PhD posted a status
"108 deg Heat Index on the porch, tomatoes dehydrating nicely. 25 lbs down...50 to go. Even started a batch of lacto-fermented pickles today"
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HOMEGROWN.org posted a status
"Don't miss Dyan's HOMEGROWN Life post on the healing power of farming then find someone you love & hug them tight: http://j.mp/1thLmTJ"
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