27 GARDENING HACKS YOU'LL WANT TO KNOW
you know more than me then obviously..i am a beginner on it
her channel has stuff on mushrooms too/and more/in her videos section
i like her stuff because she explains well & does close ups of what she is explaining
Quote: "you know more than me then obviously."
all I know is what I heard about Gardening,,, and that is
"You put the Lime in the Coconut
and Mix 'em all up
ya put the Lime in the Coconut
and drink 'em all up"~~~~~~
I guess what ever it takes to grow is a Tip,,,, right?
Just a hunch but it seems you may be a bit confused there Rog'
There's a ton of edible plants here and all kinds of wild berries.
There's a type of spruce that you can eat the shoots in the spring... they taste like a vitamin C rush!
There's an abundance of food during harvest season, then endless months of dark and cold.
So it's good knowledge to be able to store and preserve foods so that you don't die from starvation at least.
Fermenting is by far the best way to store veggies as the fermenting process adds nutritional value.
It is said that people in Leningrad during the siege 1941-44 survived by fermenting cabbage stalks after eating all the cabbage.
if I can't get it at the drive through,,, I starve.
Bump for this good thread!
Cool thread, bookmarked for later viewing.
How To Make Basic Fruit Jam Without Pectin
When fresh berries are abundant this summer, do yourself a big favor and snatch them up for jam making. No need to make a huge fuss over buying special ingredients or equipment for canning — you can make summer berry jam with just the fruit, lemon juice, and sugar in about 30 minutes at home.
The resulting jam is fruit-forward, sweet, and full of dark, pungent berry flavor.
good for helping to add taste to bland rice in dire times:
Venison is a lean meat so i may try that
Quick lesson on 'how to'
need more just do more accordingly
If you don't want to buy this,you can make/store your own: