I had felt weak and tired all day.. that evening I decided to eat a few eggs, and then felt instantly better.. so I guess for the next two years or so, eggs will be a regular part of my diet.. I wonder if the vegan diet fatigues me due to lack of animal protein/fat.. though eggs were not a regular part of my diet in The City, meat always has been a daily intake thing.. will keep monitoring..
Christopher Griffith wrote:How exactly are you pulling logs with the david bradley walk behind? I'm interested in buying one that is for sale locally and I would like to skid some logs with it, just unsure of how exactly youre hooking your logs up, and are you riding the logs while skidding? I can't see the ability to walk behind the tractor while skidding. I can't find any videos of people skidding logs with them, so was just curious to how you do it and how well it's worked out for you
Dez Choi wrote:
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:The question of beans and guts comes up here ... That's something I'd love to find the answer to.
Maybe there's someone here on Permies who knows more on it. In Dutch information I only found a little clue once: the fact that beans cause gasses in your guts (to say it nicely) does not mean they harm you. It might even mean they are good for you and it's the good bacteria causing the gasses ... But still that is not really clear.
I like your bacteria info.. if I love beans, I say they aren’t harmful! =D Apparently related to the sheer fiber content of beans.. the interwebs is suggesting small amounts at a time, to start..
Alpha-galactosidase is a digestive enzyme that breaks down the carbohydrates in beans into simpler sugars to make them easier to digest. The most commonly known alpha-galactosidase supplement is known by the trade name Beano. It's been around since the early 1990s, long before digestive enzymes started trending.Feb 19, 2019
Dandelions are a perennial but Lambs Quarters are a short term annual, so gather the seed and plant them in a row so that they are obviously not a weed. then make succession plantings every 2 weeks so that they can be harvested at their peak. Keep Dandelion roots in the row and put an open top box around them to force tall large leaves for harvest. One friend let his Lambs quarters on the outer edge of the lettuce bed grow tall and go to seed to protect the lettuce from bitterness and early frost.
But those green underneath are certainly not bitter, Lambs quarters are my favorite. But they do not like living where I live.