David Livingston wrote:Asparagrass goes for 9euro a kilo here organic
Xisca Nicolas wrote:Should't the price be compared to the amount of work and necessary surface? If you have a large farm, you can plant what needs little job and easy crop even if it does not sell expensive. If you have a small surface, you need to produce what will surely need more work but with high rentability per square meter. And adding value by transofrming is also much more worth it. You would sell fruits or marmelade from your fruits, accordingly.
Bob Anders wrote:
No I do not put wood in the dehydrator. I use the wood to start a small fire at the air intake tube.
Lanie Veazey wrote:I'd be very interested to hear of more people who are currently making a profit (big or small) in any way off of the land, especially from vegan resources! It seems more consumers have become interested in natural and organic within the last five years, and I have seen many recipes online, but ones I've tried have been lackluster, and also often include many ingredients that have to be internationally shipped.
Anyone using ALL local and finding success?!
girl power ... turns out to be about a hundred watts. But they seriously don't like being connected to the grid. Tiny ad:
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