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Heather J. Davidson
  • Sacramento, CA
  • United States
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what kind of homegrown...hmmm..I garden( mostly with the seasons these days) Im kind of grubby, but sorta clean cut all at the same time. I love my starbucks job during the day, but nothing gives me greater pleasure than coming home, being barefoot and digging in the dirt or doing outdoor projects. Gardening makes me feel good in my soul..so I keep doing it! :-D
A bit about me:
Im pretty simple. I work full time., I like to be outdoors a lot. Camping, gardening, yardwork, playing. As of late, Im delving more into winter/spring gardening. Im trying to help my gut bacteria more, fermenting foods a bit more this year. And soon, Im going to make my own beer..mmmm
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
I dont know if its the greatest, but I have never roasted brussels sprouts and recently did. That was pretty yummy. Also, yesterday I shredded some cabbage and carrots and made a simple lil' dressing from apple cider vinegar, honey, and some sesame seeds..that was also pretty easy as well as tasty.
Currently reading:
flight plan, preserving food~without freezing or canning, the big leap
Currently listening to:
pandora, mog radio, here ii here, bob marley, and lots and lots of michael franti
My latest DIY project:
Im going to try to create a bedroom situation( bedding/some slight element protection) outdoors for the summer
Web site I recommend:
http://www.mercola.com

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