Cindy Skillman wrote:Here’s one search result I’m sure you’ve seen... but what the heck? It’s interesting, I think. http://fergustheforager.co.uk/2009/06/208/ I’ve never heard of leaf curd, never even dreamed of such a thing, so thanks for bringing it back up. We don’t have that much here in the way of abundant, unused vegetation (brittle area, usually), so I won’t be trying it, but interested in what you come up with from your experiments.
Gilbert Fritz wrote:There is very little information online, I don't know why. It seems that an important topic has been skirted around. Maybe I will understand the lack of interest once I actually try it!
Anyway, my scanty findings seem to indicate that any non-toxic leaf can be used. I've found a reference to using ash and linden trees, so that is what I will try first. I've got to find some food grade muslin, much tighter then cheesecloth.
Thomas Elpel wrote:Thanks so much for all your support Jocelyn and Karl!