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Kefir starter cultures 5 Replies

Started by Amy Mayes. Last reply by Jenny LF Jul 18, 2013.

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Comment by Helen Dew on Thursday

By the way - the monthly Green Dollar market is this Saturday, at the St John hall, Greytown. Well worth a visit!
I'll have my seeds and jam there, and Living Economies books, DVDs and magazines.

Comment by Helen Dew on Thursday
Anyone looking for budding/grafting material?
I can suppy 3 varieties of Ballerina (narrow column growth): Waltz, Polka and Bolero.
Also Monty's Surprise and Golden Winter Pearmain - the latter ripens really early.)
If you're after small fruits I have well rooted black currants, grapes and Tayberry.
Comment by Jenny LF on Thursday

Here is the website for the proposed Carterton Farmers Market.

http://www.cartertonmarket.co.nz/

Comment by Helen Dew on Wednesday

Here are details of the presentation I mentioned at the meeting at Sandy's place:

SEEDING CHANGE in the WORLD 

Saturday, 9th August -

12 Costley St, Carterton

Facilitator: *Murray Stentiford

11.30am Gather  -  12 noon pot luck lunch

1 -2.30pm Power Point presentation and discussion

Koha toward travel expenses welcomed  -  RSVP 8th August

*Murray Stentiford, National Speaker for Theosophical Society NZ, combines a knowledge of science, music and spirituality with a passion for exploring and sharing things. He has a Masters degree in Physics, and is also an accomplished musician. He sees Theosophy as a unifying framework that integrates the many facets of human existence.

Comment by ursula mac on July 22, 2014 at 3:10pm

It was cool meeting you all on Sunday. Thank you Sandy for accommodating us all as well. I'm guessing most of you already know about Vandana Shiva's work, but if not, this video is good. I stayed at the Navdanya farm last year and got involved with the harvesting and bio-diversity activities. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9K0cZGQgHA

Her "Future of Food" videos are excellent too.

Comment by Jenny LF on July 21, 2014 at 1:48pm

FYI for those that got flax seeds from me yesterday - germination for the ones I have started was 2 months.

Comment by Jenny LF on July 20, 2014 at 5:58pm

This is the on line Seed Saving book that I mentioned at the meeting today.
http://howtosaveseeds.com/

Comment by Sandy Ryan on July 18, 2014 at 5:50pm

Helen I would like to try your starter. I make yogurt but using a package, I have often thought I should just take a portion of that and add milk, place in my yogurt container and hey presto.  Theory not tried.  I like my yogurt thick like greek yogurt. So I would have to strain your yogurt to thicken it?

Comment by Jenny LF on July 18, 2014 at 12:43pm

At this stage, I am planning to be there on Sunday and am definitely interested in regular meetings.


I am not interested in sour dough or yoghurt starters as I am gluten and dairy free. BTW for anyone else who is dairy free, Moore Wilson's in town carry a delicious coconut yoghurt made with coconut milk that is also sugar and artificial sweetener free :)

Comment by Sophie Taptiklis on July 18, 2014 at 11:32am

I like the idea of regular get togethers as I cannot make this sunday but would like to come and swap another time.

Sophie

 

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