i’ll say it…
ewe ……. porn
Just found this on CSIRO
replied to the topic Advice From A Domestic Goddess, part 9, Avoiding a collaption! in the forum General chat and catching up 8 years, 9 months ago
BW Timing is everything
Judi, can you do a quick review on 4Seasons when you get some results please
3 dogs is what you get when 2 dogs …..
cook up some rice
cut a chicken breast into small pieces and cook
finely chopped onion
Wilt spinach leaves
stuff teaspoon of mix into wilted leaves, wrap
place in tray
mix up a light cheese sauce pour over and bake until golden
(works well with cabbage leaves too)
you can replace cheese sauce with curry sauce
how many tom’ plants do you have going atm?
From my reading, Yeast + Sugar = Alcohol + CO2
The sugar can be from sugar cane, fruit, or grains
The yeast can be packet or wild
The sooner you kill the yeast after fermentation starts the lower the alcohol. This is usually done with heat.
Most GB you buy in the shop is Carbonated water + ginger extract/flavour + rubbish
replied to the topic in the end needed to take my own advice – chainsaws etc.,. in the forum General chat and catching up 8 years, 11 months ago
Try and miss the termite dirt as well.
Ruined 2 chains on 1 tree coz of termite dirt :<
Working near where you live
Living near where you work
Get fit. (Walking / bike riding)
Happy Mothers day to all the moms
Congrats on doing a great (thankless) job
especially with Steve 🙂 (love ya man)
I think you need an energy audit first before you spend more money.
We are a family of 4 and use 2.5 kW/Day 4 x 125W with 880 Amp/Hr batteries; have not run the generator in 18 months.
Don’t get me wrong. I agree with the idea.
When we lived in the ‘burbs of Sydney, we had planted the verge with fruit trees, veg and flowers. Now we are rural, council would laugh if we submitted a proposal to plant the nature strip (current sentiment is “you are rural WHO is going to care?”)
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Great idea. after a quick skim of the doc 3 thoughts
1. Inheritance of tree. If you plant a tree the implication is you will look after it. What happens when someone moves into a house that has an existing tree with no interest.
2. Power lines / Overhead cabling
3. Root invasion of pipes / cables
look at hay boxes as a cheap / under the radar way of cooking
Ditto with the strawbs.
We transplanted the runners off the original plants early March, now we have new flowers and fruit on the original plants and some on the transplanted runners. Weird summer this year
We started with 30 strawb plants (7 different varieties) in Sept we now have over 150. Our favorites are Alinta, Aromas & Amsterdam Roze.
replied to the topic Just a quick comment – probably not really a thread to continue. in the forum General chat and catching up 9 years ago
“Mind you, if those who chose not to vote were taken off the electoral roll, they would kick up a stink about their citizen’s rights being abused.”
No I wouldn’t. Not even a little bit. Living Simply under the radar.
My money is on sand holding less water.
Having said that I believe you will get better wicking with sand than you will with BMG.
The capillary action of sand will extend further down than it will with BMG, so you will need to add water less often with sand.
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