The bottle seemed to seal okay.
I re-used the lid so there was probably some tiny contamination.
It’s all a learning experience.
Thanks, everyone. 🙂
Yeah. That’s what I thought would happen. 🙁
Oh well. I might be able to work out what went wrong for next time.
Thanks for your help. 🙂
BlueWren post=328748 wrote: Re ACV. I get an organic ACV + Garlic concentrate from the stock produce store.The smallest used to be 5 litres but I think they are doing a smaller one now.It can be used in the water for all farm stock,horses,poultry.The dilution is 1ml to 1litre for chooks so it lasts for ever.It’s just a good all round health tonic…
replied to the topic Stock Piling in case of Crisis/Emergency/Catastrophe in the forum Home Preserving, Food Storage and Stockpiling 8 years, 10 months ago
“Just ask the people on ALS from the south-east QLD area who heeded my advice about a stockpile and played along with the Stockpile schedule linked above. When the flood hit and the wide-spread impact became apparent, supermarket shelves cleared out almost immediately and a lot of supply lines were cut for extended periods.”
I was one of them!…[Read more]
Thanks, Steve! It was great to meet you, too.
It was a really interesting documentary which I’m still mulling over. I might watch it again over this long weekend.
I’m looking forward to next month’s movie/meeting.
I live in the ‘Switch and was wondering if there was a local group or way to connect with like-minded people.
I’ll probably see you at the next movie screening.
Thanks, Blue Wren. I’ll add them to my list.
We’ve started an ‘ideas and info’ folder. There’s just so much to learn and so many possibilities to explore!
Lady B post=308577 wrote: Nessienoo: Your swap buddy is a heavenly creature.
Thanks, Lady B.
Is my swap buddy Pink Angel?
There will be various stages to the collapse of society due to peak oil. The trick is being flexible enough to to adapt and survive each one of them.
Jobs, money and health are going to be the biggest issues we’ll encounter first. If you can keep yourself employed and healthy for the next five years you’ll be doing well.
According to the…[Read more]
dianne post=308498 wrote: :S althought all this talk of how to make our own oil ect is really interseting, do you not think it would be a better idea to be finding better ways of doing without so mush oil? if we could find more effectint ways and cut down then we would not need to make so much oil in the first place, and then the smaller amounts…
Forget trying to figure out how to run your car. You’ve got to work out how to feed yourself without it, including without welfare/pension or a job.
I agree. That’s our focus for living in the world of post-peak oil.
My husband (who has in the past needed close supervision when mowing because he’ll mow anything green including my…[Read more]
Okay, Lady B. I need a clue please. :blink:
I have no idea who my swap buddy was.
mumof6 post=308545 wrote: Is My swap Buddie Nessie Noo :laugh:
Yes! It was me! :laugh:
Muzzy post=308300 wrote:
Now who are you?
No Muzzy, it wasn’t me. :whistle:
I posted mine yesterday. Saturday is the only day I can get to the post office.
I’ve never eaten or grown Jerusalem artichokes.
I don’t know what I expected them to look like but your lovely photo surprised me.
From what I could tell, they look a bit like a daisy/sunflower bushy thing.
I’d love to see a few phots of your harvest and the finished product!
I’m in Ipswich. 🙂
Okay, here’s the kind of stuff I like.
old ‘how to’ manuals for garden and kitchen
kitchen utensils (nothing electric)
That’s all I can think of for now. 😀
By the way, I don’t have any kids, just pets.
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