Hi! I would love to test some recipes, I live at a high altitude in northern New Mexico so I’m not sure if that will work for you as you typically need to make lots of adjustments for high altitude. I’d love to try recipes out though!
I do almost all the cooking (from scratch) in our house - and baking, canning, fermenting, pickling, etc. I am especially interested in small batch cooking since we are two 70+ who grow much of what we eat. Count me I if I can help!
I would love to help test your recipes. We are not off grid but I am relearning canning skills I learned over 50 yrs ago. Homesteading in Texas in the country since January. Texas residents since 2008. Interested in fermentation and canning, baking and dehydration. Will have a solaroven in about 2-3 weeks. I have experience in proofreading and book launchs too.
I'm writing in response to your list for 'recipe tester's needed'. My name is Michael Curtice, and my wife and I own Grateful Gardens, a sustainably operated urban vegan/organic crop seed production in Omaha, Nebraska. My wife ibeing a well-seasoned garden and wild crafting cook/Occupational Therapist thought that we could do testing and help someone out at the same time as way of giving back/paying forward for some of he blessings that we've had bestowed on us over the years. Giving THANKS and PRAISE seems to be fleeing from a lot of today's societies. Realizing that a good portion of our strengths come from COMMUNITY (near & far) we are reaching out to you with hopes of expanding OUR COMMUNITY. If you are still in need of tester's feel free to contact us via Permies or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you or someone in your circle have an interest/need in vegan/organic heirloom/O-P vegetable/flower/native seed I have many types and varieties available. Thank You! Have a great day! Positive Vibrations... Michelle & Mike
Michelle & Michael Curtice
11002 Prairie Village Drive
Yes! I live in Maine and am an avid locavore, meat curer, jam maker etc. Not a pro by any means but keen to learn more and good at following recipes. Still need folx?
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Sure, I'd be glad to test your recipes, and my spouse as well. We are experienced but not professional cooks. We live the lifestyle, so woodstove cooking, veggies from the garden and fresh eggs (duck) are right up my alley.
Yes. I would love to test your recipes. In my past working life I wrote a lot of step by step procedures, and I have 50 years of cooking and baking experience. I also have access to raw cow's milk, pastured pork and chicken, venison and wild caught (Michigan) fish. I enjoy learning new things and it would be great to have the "What's for dinner?" question answered for me.
Yes please, I'd like to test out mainly vegetarian recipes as we are trying to eat less meat. I've been having a go at kombucha, sourdough, kraut, yoghurt and some fizzy drinks using elderflower and meadowsweet.
Yes, I'd be very interested.
Long experience in food service and homestead cooking. We're currently standing up an old (neglected) Amish farm. Could be interesting as we're doing most cooking the old fashioned ways. Also have lots of local foods to work with, home and locally grown.
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