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kim bennett
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  • Colebrook, NH
  • United States
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Feb 21, 2010
Cornelia left a comment for kim bennett
"Hi Kim, Your Holiday Swap partner has been trying to reach you - are you out there?"
Dec 23, 2009
kim bennett commented on Helen Heil's blog post 'Harvest season.'
"wow ive always wanted to do that"
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett commented on Torry's group 'Resurrect the Barter!'
"what dont i have beet relish band b pickles mustard pickles horseradish, dilly beans you name it canned meat pies"
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett joined Torry's group
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Resurrect the Barter!

Linking people together to trade farm goods. Variety is good!See More
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett replied to JoyfulC's discussion 'I've finally got some green tomatoes -- now what?'
"keep them on the vine as long as possible then harvest and stoe in flat boxes wrapped in newspaper under a bed or in a closet they will ripen and you may have tomatoes through jan even feb"
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett replied to johna's discussion 'Does anyone have any tips on harvesting your own seeds?'
"just make sure that the seeds are not hybrids 9 EVEN FARMERS MARKETS use hybrid seed they need to be heirloom plants take a fruit or vegetable that is ripe clean the seeds dry them on paper towels and then store in a plastic ziplock or jar label well"
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett replied to mountain mama's discussion 'making kraut' in the group Food Preservation
"yes you can kraut things like carrots and turnips in qt jars by layering them with salt and packing down delicius, cover with cheese cloth while fermwenting then when fermentation id done seal very yummy"
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett replied to mountain mama's discussion 'making kraut' in the group Food Preservation
"yes you can kraut things like carrots and turnips in qt jars by layering them with salt and packing down delicius, cover with cheese cloth while fermwenting then when fermentation id done seal very yummy"
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett replied to mountain mama's discussion 'making kraut' in the group Food Preservation
"yes you can kraut things like carrots and turnips in qt jars by layering them with salt and packing down delicius, cover with cheese cloth while fermwenting then when fermentationis e seal"
Sep 27, 2009
kim bennett replied to Laura Edwards-Orr's discussion 'Pattipanpancakes' in the group Homegrown Cookin!
"shredthem in your food processor ad a couple of eggs from the coop and some herbs from the garden pan fry.......or throw them into the dehydrator then in a canning jar for a stew mix"
Sep 12, 2009
Lelo in Nopo left a comment for kim bennett
"Hey Kim. I hear you're wondering about kale chips? I love them, and no frying needed. I have a recipe and photos on my blog that tell how i make them. Check it out here."
Jul 26, 2009
kim bennett left a comment for Lelo in Nopo
"Hi Lelo can you give up a bit more info on the kale chips, we are doing a demo at the market this next week august 1, and was wondering o you season them dehydrte, fry what any help would be appreciated thanks"
Jul 26, 2009
kim bennett replied to Torry's discussion 'Adventures in Blackberry Jam making (mostly free food)' in the group Food Preservation
"Yeah it will be a while before blackberries ripen up here in the north country, like august, strawberries are just now coming in"
Jun 29, 2009
kim bennett joined johna's group
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Homegrown Cookin!

Share your favorite recipes that make use of the seasonal bounty that you have grown. Pesto, Tomatoes, Squash and more!
Jun 24, 2009
kim bennett commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"can meat and poultry, remember if the power goes out canned stuff doesnt need rfigeration"
Jun 24, 2009

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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
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diehard, self sufficient (mostly) farmer
A bit about me:
12 acres and all kinds of farm animals for ourselves and to sell to offset the cost of our own, grow and can vegetables sell the excess to farmers market, fruit trees, berries and rescue dogs
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
fiddlehead and wild leek feast
Currently reading:
janet evanovich
Currently listening to:
blues and country
My latest DIY project:
smokehouse

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At 2:53pm on December 23, 2009, Cornelia said…
Hi Kim,
Your Holiday Swap partner has been trying to reach you - are you out there?
At 3:07pm on July 26, 2009, Lelo in Nopo said…
Hey Kim. I hear you're wondering about kale chips? I love them, and no frying needed.

I have a recipe and photos on my blog that tell how i make them. Check it out here.
 
 
 

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