Xisca Nicolas wrote:How to find these in Europe?
We cannot receive cuttings, for sanitary reasons, and seed selling is getting blocked... some new laws are making it impossible for small companies to get the authorisations to be able to go on selling to Europe... (i receive the news from some American providers)
D. Nelson wrote:Repurpose ... A gift of feathers
Kelly Green wrote:The way I make kale chips is to wash the leaves, and pull out the biggest veins. (They're tough) Then dry the leaves, tear into whatever size pieces you like, drizzle a little olive oil on, and toss.
After that sprinkle with salt and garlic powder to taste and toss again.
Spread the kale in a single layer on a large baking sheet.
Bake at 250 degrees for about 30 minutes. You may need to fiddle with them every ten minutes. You know, move them around, rearrange a little.
I've tried baking them at a higher temperature for a shorter time, but they do better for me the slower way.
Dave Burton wrote:Good afternoon! Hello Inge! I think it will be interesting to see what grows and where it grows; I do not know if I will be around to see what happens. There are many more adventures and things to do, and there is such a big wide world to explore and experience. I do not know where the leaves I am currently working on scattering will land and take me.
Dave Burton wrote: ... During the hike, I planted the Allium Ursinum (ramsons) roots around Basecamp! I planted some on my hugelkultur at Plum Plateau, some along Volcano Road, some up at the Caldera of the "Volcano," a couple in Mike Hasaal's hugelkultur, and some by the Library! ...