I grew too much food. I didn't think I would be saying that.
I just brought in a bowl full of carrots, more plums, There are potatoes that need to be used up and more potatoes and carrots in the ground. More onions to braid, more onions to harvest. Beans to pick. Zuchinni in the fridge and on the counter. Dill and chives that need to be dried, and oregano. Haven't got around to collecting eggs yet today.
And I guess I don't learn my lessons, I just planted lima beans as I pulled up carrots.
I wanted to learn to grow our own food - I think I succeeded.
Well it's not going to get done sitting here! Break time over
this is why I come to this forum. We all need to go live in Pauls' community and pool our resources.
MY neighbors and co-workers want their potatoes to come out of a box from the dollar store. It is not legal for local shelters and the orphange to take my food. And WORKING for food? Now there's a concept!
I am going to look at some sort of dehydrator though - maybe solar? I hate plugging anything into an electrical outlet.
South Carolina wrote: this is why I come to this forum. We all need to go live in Pauls' community and pool o And WORKING for food? Now there's a concept!
Ultimately we all work for food. Most of us do it through a weird token system involving green pieces of paper stamped with pictures of dead presidents. Some have become confused and mistaken the funny green paper for an end in itself.
Location: Currently in Lake Stevens, WA. Home in Spokane