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Episode-2466- Half Acre Homesteading – Part One – The Garden — 3 Comments

  1. There is still a milk man in Lincoln Park MI. Calder Dairy delivers, as they did, starting in 1946. I thought of posting the website but decided the about page and their video was the best to post.

    This man did in 1946, what you tell us all to do every single day. I was going to send you the delivery link but I thought you’d appreciate getting a better picture of Calders with their about page and a video.

    https://calderdairy.com/about-us/

    The video, https://youtu.be/agE1nG_Jofc

  2. There is still a milk man in Lincoln Park MI. Calder Dairy delivers, as they did, starting in 1946. I thought of posting the website but decided the about page and their video was the best to post.

    This man did in 1946, what you tell us all to do every single day. I was going to send you the delivery link but I thought you’d appreciate getting a better picture of Calders with their about page and a video.

    https://calderdairy.com/about-us/

    The video, https://youtu.be/agE1nG_Jofc

  3. Great episode, thanks! Although I’ve been gardening for years, the time has come to simplify and this was a big help.

    I’ve dehydrated eggplant and it gives a good and useful product. Actually, more than one: cubes, disks, or strips. Baba ganoush can be frozen, also. It might get a bit watery but just pour the water off (save it for soup).

    Cucumbers have gone way up on my list of must-grow since learning how good cooked cucumbers are. That was the most common way to serve them a century or more ago. Quickly sautéed with some curry powder at the end: very tasty. And you can use the big ones that way by cutting out the seeds. No more problem of too many cukes! I haven’t yet made a dehydrated cucumber powder but I think that might be very good to season salad dressings, soups, etc.

    thanks again; looking forward to the next installment!

     

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