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  Topic: Paneer ?
Slim

Replies: 11
Views: 125
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Thu Apr 02, 20 8:31 pm   Subject: Paneer ?
I've made it using the joy of cooking recipe. Quite easy and tasty
  Topic: Quick crops for isolation
Slim

Replies: 40
Views: 1801
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Tue Mar 31, 20 11:29 am   Subject: Quick crops for isolation
I find my biggest issues with spinach are either not enough water, or seed that's been stored warm and therefore lost viability
  Topic: yeast
Slim

Replies: 16
Views: 424
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Sat Mar 28, 20 10:55 am   Subject: yeast
This looks like good instructions https://www.instructables.com/id/Stop-Paying-for-Yeast-Make-Your-Own/
  Topic: Manure or legumes
Slim

Replies: 12
Views: 502
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Sat Mar 28, 20 8:42 am   Subject: Manure or legumes
I'd rephrase that to say that legumes are smart and don't bother feeding nitrogen fixing bacteria if there's enough available nitrogen in the soil
  Topic: Wildlife
Slim

Replies: 736
Views: 345022
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Sun Mar 22, 20 2:48 am   Subject: Wildlife
Bit different than a pileated woodpecker then? These guys like to find loud surfaces to bang on when it's time to get territorial/find a mate....
  Topic: Landscaping project
Slim

Replies: 88
Views: 6557
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Sat Mar 21, 20 4:14 pm   Subject: Landscaping project
It really enhances negative reinforcement aspects of improving your aim while hammering nails
  Topic: Wildlife
Slim

Replies: 736
Views: 345022
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Wed Mar 18, 20 9:30 pm   Subject: Wildlife
We're having some land cleared by a logger. All the brush left behind has been a magnet for the local deer. They don't show up at good times for photography however
  Topic: The Chicken who thinks she is a parrot
Slim

Replies: 8
Views: 1157
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Thu Mar 12, 20 11:03 am   Subject: The Chicken who thinks she is a parrot
Somehow my sister in law discovered that our dog absolutely loves to have her cheeks sniffed. It may have been a mutual discovery. Ever since then when the dog feels a need to reinforce social bonds a ...
  Topic: Landscaping project
Slim

Replies: 88
Views: 6557
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Thu Mar 12, 20 10:47 am   Subject: Landscaping project
Can you borrow a transit level from anyone? Make your own mini topo map
  Topic: The Chicken who thinks she is a parrot
Slim

Replies: 8
Views: 1157
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Wed Mar 11, 20 6:49 pm   Subject: The Chicken who thinks she is a parrot
I thought you were going to say it was talking. Now I'm mildly disappointed
  Topic: Wildlife
Slim

Replies: 736
Views: 345022
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Fri Mar 06, 20 1:11 pm   Subject: Wildlife
I remember thinking I would never eat liver after hearing the story of Antarctic explorers taking their skin off like a sock stuck in their boots, from eating sled dog livers.
  Topic: Growing in mud.
Slim

Replies: 12
Views: 801
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Fri Mar 06, 20 12:18 pm   Subject: Growing in mud.
People can grow it here, so I know they could grow it there! You might need uplands varieties, iirc
  Topic: Exciting news
Slim

Replies: 252
Views: 261682
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Thu Feb 27, 20 12:24 pm   Subject: Exciting news
Paper Birch shoots up pretty quick, you don't need much in the way of branch thinning unless open field grown. I'm surrounded by it if you want any seeds!
  Topic: milk bottles - glass, plastic or starch?
Slim

Replies: 10
Views: 1425
PostForum: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle   Posted: Thu Feb 27, 20 11:54 am   Subject: milk bottles - glass, plastic or starch?


I wish I could find some comparison figures

You probably can. I would start by googling milk packaging lifecycle
  Topic: Exciting news
Slim

Replies: 252
Views: 261682
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Thu Feb 27, 20 11:51 am   Subject: Exciting news
We may have something similar, but probably made with broomcorn. That's my best guess
 
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