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odells lettuce #645 (Small)

"that looks great better than iceburg lettuce"
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"where can you get this and what does it taste like "
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kumara harvest 2013

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Some reasons behind the need to rebuild our food systems.

Tribeca Film Fest: 'Food Chains' - HuffPost Live

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Wage theft, physical abuse and outright slavery: sound appetizing? America's agricultural workers go through it to put food on all of our plates. Eric Schlosser, author of "Fast Food Nation," and activist…

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Well worth the read

Regional Food Commons as a Systemic Answer | David Bollier

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A fascinating new project, the Food Commons, aspires to radically change this reality.�

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Cally Brown left a comment for Tiaki Coates
"Hey there, my milk kefir has grown again. Do you still want some? If you give me your address I can drop some off next time I'm in Raglan. Or you can come get them if you prefer - ring / text me on zero273089oneone6."
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See what's in this weeks Ooooby Box.

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Sign up by midnight for this to be your first Ooooby Box. $39 plus extras - Bananas $4.25, Eggs $7.85. www.ooooby.org

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Kerry Baker Reymer left a comment for Sally
"Hi Sally I see that you sometimes have Water Kefir Grains?  We moved recently and somehow mine didn't make it with us and I'm wanting to get some more.  I'm happy to pay for them, or swap for something else (Kombucha, milk…"
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Food security news

I produce a facebook blog posting news articles on global food security issues. Feel free to post any articles you come across that are specific to the topic and properly researched.

https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Food-Security-News/199771066772925

Posted by Suburban Micro Food Forest on April 5, 2014 at 10:24pm

Permaculture lifestyle block

In order to fund our planned move to a potential permaculture block I am back selling real estate on Auckland's north shore. I did this job back in the 90's in Epsom/Remuera. If you have a question about the market or would like to know what your property might be worth, email me james.westaway@raywhite.com

Sorry for the commercial, but it's for a good cause :-)

Posted by Suburban Micro Food Forest on April 5, 2014 at 10:16pm

Endless summer

Another long dry summer. A mowing contractor is adding regular loads of grass clippings. Kali's heirloom tomatoes have been fantastic - we can't keep up with them. Interestingly they have very thick skins and the birds have left them alone. We peel them by dropping them in boiling water for 10 seconds. Had loads of acid free with basil and various dressings and buckets of the deepest red tomato soup we've ever seen. Thanks Kali! A local I met has saved me a black variety. My corn all dried…

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Posted by Suburban Micro Food Forest on April 5, 2014 at 10:09pm

Homemade Greek Yogurt (Cream Cheese)

Have you ever thought about how companies make normal, store-bought cream cheese?

Na, I don’t think about it either.

I’d rather make my own awesome, home-made cream cheese!

It is super, super, super easy.

There are just two steps. That’s right, folks. TWO STEPS. Heck, you can either say it’s just one step.

 

1. STEP ONE

To make home-made cream cheese you just transfer a container (about 1 kg) of PLAIN yogurt into a…

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