Amanda Launchbury-Rainey wrote:Storing large quantities of good quality dried vegetables in mylar bags with moisture and oxygen excluders will give you the base of nutritious soups and casseroles at any time.
Jennifer Richardson wrote:
I also mentioned to my instructor that I was thinking of buying a boat, with the self-conscious disclaimer that it was probably crazy since I can barely sail at this point. He was like, “Nah, just buy the boat and take it out there, you’ll figure it out.” So I guess my formal sailing education is complete, heh.
Joshua Myrvaagnes wrote:
It seems to me that the really permacultural and cheap solution is a raft or a canoe kind of thing--it's dead simple, really cheap, you replace the stuff as it rots (and it will rot, and quickly, but there's secondary functions that the rotting logs can be put to...you have control over it, you have autonomy.
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