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Naturesfaerie 's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: EDMONTON


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Coffee arabica1 - Hey - We Popped the berries by hand first... Then soaked the beans until they felt rough ... Took a few days for them to get that roughish feeling.. The popcorn machine works really good. It stirs itself. The first crack is fairly audible with the m..2609 days 3hrs
Coffee arabica1 - Hey - We Popped the berries by hand first... Then soaked the beans until they felt rough ... Took a few days for them to get that roughish feeling.. The popcorn machine works really good. It stirs itself. The first crack is fairly audible with the m..2609 days 3hrs
Urban foraging - I wasn't a huge fan of abius... However I decided to put one in the fridge the other day and forgot about it for a few days. When I finally got to eating it the inside had gone completely clear and it tasted like the BEST jelly I had ever eaten... Soft, ..2609 days 3hrs
Coffee arabica1 - RE pigeon pea - strip the pods, put them in a big tub/bucket/box, put on a good pair of boots and stomp like the Italians do to wine.. HEAPs easier!! ..2610 days 7hrs
Coffee arabica1 - We have 8 plants that we have made into a hedge. When they flower it looks as though it has snowed... Which in Cairns (FNQLD), in march, is a pretty spectacular sight. We had kgs of beans and decided to process them with the help of a drying oven, a blend..2610 days 7hrs


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