"I have dehydrated pounds of peaches and think it is probably the best way to enjoy them in the winter time. My regular method is to skin and slice into a large bowl of water with crushed vitamin c tablets. I layer them on the…"
"Were I doing that i may try to make a fruit leather from Peaches. I usually can peaches I have A super recipe for that, as a bee keeper i use honey. IN that lies the secret.... Know your bee keeper, (Honey Supplier), Don't buy…"
"Nope, I haven't just green bell peppers, onions, herbs, and grapes.
Will be picking my two peach trees today there ready. Trees are only 5 years old and I keep them pruned to semi drawf size. This year peaches are the size of tangerines…"
"Yes, I have. And you do them the way you do other stone fruit or fruit in general. Do you have a book on dehydrating foods? Each fruit suggests a little different time and slightly different temperature but in general it is the same…"
"We don't have little ones yet, but we will be doing this. My Mother-in-Law has nine children and they were all cloth-diapered. Our Pastor's wife uses cloth diapers too. Once you have them, you have them, you don't need to buy a new…"
"They are just plastic bottles I think the brand I use is called Coffee Mate or something like that.
@ pelenaka- Good idea about the pamesan cheese containers!
I was thinking about cutting off the bottom and putting them in the ground…"
"I use to use the coffee creamer containers to package my homemade milk bath salts in. You could also use the container to spread seeds just tape the pouring hole smaller.
Parmesan cheese containers I use whenever I need to sprinkle…"
This group is to discuss everything about cloth diapering. The goals are to spread the word about how rewarding it can be, answer questions about anything related to cloth diapering, and swap some diapers.
Dirt Under My Fingernails City Slicker, Fill in the Blank
Fill in the blank:
Married into a farming family, moved from the suburbs to the country.
A bit about me:
I didn't grow up on a farm. :)
I'm married my other half in November 2010.
His family farms- Hay, Straw, produce, eggs.
The sister's run a blueberry farm. And we were asked to take care of an apple orchard this year.
I love herbs, herbal remedies and healing, preserving food, homemaking, sewing, quilting, animals, crochet and much more! I want to learn, I love learning!
I plan on expanding my herb garden in hopes to make a small profit. And I plan on selling handmade products like crocheted dishcloths.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Rather small meal for one- 1 Roma tomato, Sweet Basil, Curled Parsley, Greek Oregano sauteed in a pan with olive oil then put on whole wheat Penne pasta.
Be Your Own Doctor
Currently listening to:
Adventures in Oddessey.
My latest DIY project:
Putting up food for the winter. Crocheting, quilting, sewing dresses