Tina Nixon wrote:I’m growing yacon - it’s been multiplying nicely for the last 5-6 years; crosnes for the last 3 or so, skirret, and runner beans & dahlias. This year, I added winged beans, which also have edible tubers. We have tons of day lilies around, but I hesitate to eat it in case I am prone to its surprisingly laxative effects. I’ve been a big fan of yacon - the yields are huge, they store through the winter easily as dormant tubers much like dahlias do,and everyone in the family likes the taste.
paul wheaton wrote:Another idea for a project: making portland cement from ash
Greg Martin wrote:This is what I was looking for!
Kim Hill wrote:I have a hand cranked outboard boat motor from my grandfather who passed away 20 years ago at age 103. No idea what year the motor is from but actually used it once.
Lana Weldon wrote:
Btw, cashews can't be eaten raw, they are always steamed before being sold (otherwise they would be inedible/poisonous).
r ranson wrote:How could I fix this lamp base?
Plastic is crumbling and the cement (?) Under it is also starting to crack. But otherwise seems stable.
It scratches the floor. Otherwise works great. Love this lamp.