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Permaculture Victories: tell your stories

 
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Jay Angler wrote:

Joshua Myrvaagnes wrote:--I made yogurt starter from scratch with two peppers and raw milk (leaving the stems on is the trick).  It came out so good texture-wise, and it's making nice yogurt.

Exactly *how* did you do this? Hot peppers or sweet peppers? Whole or chopped? What sort of temperature? Your victorious in piquing my interest!

Sometimes, it's the little things we need to celebrate - I've got a friend who now puts punky wood in the bottom of her raised beds and also saves seeds. Maybe that's not full-blown permaculture, but it is a step in the right direction!



two raw habaneros _with hte stems still on_ in raw milk, in instant pot (about 95-100F I think, whatever the"yogurt" setting is)
 
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I've gotten at least 20 people to talk about memories of nature that deeply inspired them!

Not exactly a permaculture victory but a victory that's peramcultre pinciples, I've actually been taking this awesome class on helping people get connected to their _intrinsic motivation_.
 
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