Monthly Archives: November 2011

Pomegranate Cranberry Juice

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?LRUKI 29 November 2011 Pomegranate Cranberry Juice Finding cranberry juice alone to be quite tart in it natural state,it was decided to mix with pomegranate juice. Both are marketed together in my area around Christmas.The quantity selected was 12 pomegranates … Continue reading

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Cranberry Juice

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?QHYJU 28 November 2011 Cranberry Juice Cranberries are not local to my area, so I have to use purchased berries from the supermarket. The fresh cranberry berries are not in the stores yet, so I decided to do a dry … Continue reading

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Soy Milk Improved Process.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?SLFMR 27 November 2011 Soy Milk Improved Process. After some thought I decided to improve the soy milk processing. One litre of soy beans were processed, which produced four litres of soy milk, and all the residue was utilized. The … Continue reading

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Cooking Soy Beans

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?QIUDU 22 November 2011 Cooking Soy Beans A bowl of soy beans are eaten for breakfast, which replaces eggs for me. About a 20 day supply is prepared at one time, and kept in the refrigerator. I ingest slightly less … Continue reading

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Thornless Blackberry

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?IZJEX 11 August 2010 Thornless Blackberry Seven pounds of berries were picked from these two thornless blackberry plants in their third year, and the first year of production. The berries ripen over a three week period. Quality is excellent. All … Continue reading

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Cross Country Cucumber

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?HTQHY 26 July 2007 Cucumbers (Cross Country) Cross Country Cucumber (Hybrid) is the only type grown. There are eight plants between the supporting trellis, two together about two feet apart. The trellis is four by eight foot reinforcing concrete wire. … Continue reading

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Chieftain Potatoes

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?RUDKB 15 September 2010 Chieftain Potatoes Harvested. Chieftain is the king of the six types that I grow. The largest tuber was two pounds, and it was not hollow in the center. The tubers are prolific and very large.

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Yukon Gold Potatoes

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?BKWAI 11 September 2010 Yukon Gold Test Box Potatoes Yukon Gold Potatoes were harvested today. A total weight of 23.5 pounds was harvested from the 4 by 4 foot test area. The quality is excellent. Another plant could probably be … Continue reading

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Russian Blue Potatoes

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?FBQWE 11 September 2010 Russian Blue Potatoes. Ten plants were grown and the average weight was 3.2 lbs per plant. The smallest yield was 2 lbs and the largest 5 pounds per plant. From previous years three pounds per plant … Continue reading

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Natto Making at Home

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?ILHQI 14 December 2008 Natto Making at Home A simple method of making Natto, fermented soil beans, which supposed to have beneficial nutritional benefits. Eating is an acquired experience.

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