John Elliott wrote:Leila, I was with you until the last line. Freezer?! Aaaaack! Pesto is supposed to be a celebration of the fresh taste of greens straight from the garden
John Elliott wrote: I think one part of permaculture is going back to the culture of eating what's in season
Bill Ramsey wrote:We had several cold snaps this past winter which brought temps that I expected to really damage our mustard so I would harvest lots of it before the serious cold hit. That's when our mustard/almond pesto came to be and freezing it in glass jars has worked wonderfully. I guess the olive oil helps to keep it in "like new" condition when it thaws out. We will certainly do that again next year. The mustard is making seeds right now so I'm leaving it alone until those pods are nearly ready to open.
Jessica Gorton wrote:Now John, I'm with you on seasonal eating, but how long exactly is your growing season?
I find seasonality and food preservation endlessly fascinating-
Judith Browning wrote:sorry, Leila...we'll trust you to get us back on track
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