Matt Smaus wrote:
The short version is this: corn is a friendly grain crop for gardeners.
And don't forget potatoes!
Adam Klaus wrote:Dried beans are pretty good too
Chris Kott wrote:Quinoa is technically a pseudo-grain, but if it will grow.
As to processing the saponins, I just tied my harvest (backyard harvest, maybe five lbs.) up in a mesh bag and tied it with twine, then tossed it in for a cold wash cycle in my washer.
Also to keep in mind, buckwheat, while you would need something to de-hull, is both quick-growing and fixes nitrogen.
Finally, rice doesn't need to be grown in patties, though ground that remains moist is preferable, and low boggy spots would work best.
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