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Angela (Salt of the Earth Farm)
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  • Portland, OR
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Angela (Salt of the Earth Farm) replied to S's discussion 'Have compost...now what?'
"Yes - great suggestions!  You can also make hills out of it to plant your pumpkins and winter squash in.  Also, add an inch or so to your asparagus bed early in the season, and again in the fall.  Same goes for other perennials like…"
Apr 4, 2011
Angela (Salt of the Earth Farm) replied to Laetitia Grandval Won's discussion 'Anyone tried low-temp yogurt?'
"This may defeat the point for you, but I also heat my milk to about 145, but I stir in some powdered milk as well as the culture, and it thickens the yogurt to a consistency my children enjoy more.  "
Apr 4, 2011
Angela (Salt of the Earth Farm) is now a member of HOMEGROWN
Apr 4, 2011

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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Earth Mama, 100% Homegrown
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Radical Homemaker, Urban Farmer
A bit about me:
Unschooling mom of 3, with our fourth due in late June. We own a small permaculture-inspired urban farm with chickens, ducks, sheet-mulched yard, and newly planted food forest. We host and run the BCS Teaching Garden here, a nonprofit offering free homesteading classes and produce (1400lbs last year) for low income families. We are passionate about food justice issues.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Coconut curried-red lentils with shallots, kale from our garden. Served with mutter paneer (peas frozen from our garden, cheese homemade), homemade naan, and mango lassis. (It's the kids' favorite dinner - make it about once a week).
Currently reading:
Wendell Berry's agrarian essays
Currently listening to:
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
My latest DIY project:
Building a garden shed from 100% salvaged/scrounged/free materials
How did you find HOMEGROWN.org?
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Web site I recommend:
http://www.powells.com

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