Thekla McDaniels wrote:One brand has "galvanized" interior, one has "glass filled nylon". Most don't happen to mention what they are made of.
Can anyone tell me how to find this kind of information?
Nick Watkins wrote:The original recipe also called to dip the tip of a toothpick in olive oil and swirl it in the mixture. I don't understand the need for the addition of less than a drop of olive oil, so if someone else does, please educate me!
John Hurst wrote:we cut out bad spots, but yes, the whole thing goes in, no need to worry about seeds, the grinder doesn't chop them.
dirk maes wrote:Roots are eaten out of hand. Young leaves can be mixed in salads. With cooked leaves you can make a delicious 'stoemp', meaning puree ( with potato's)
Janet Branson wrote:When you have a bucket of food scraps and can't decide if it should be added into your hugel or used to heat your hot water.
Thekla McDaniels wrote:sorry to hear that Cam. The information should have come to you with the machine. do you still have it?