Monthly Archives: February 2013

Daily Breakfast

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?GSKCF 27 February 2013 Daily Breakfast http://www.durgan.org/URL/?SOVEQ 27 February 2013 Cooking Breakfast Grains. http://www.durgan.org/URL/?QIUDU 22 November 2011 Cooking Soy Beans Breakfast consists of soy beans, almonds and other nuts, skim milk, spoonful of molasses, large flake oats. This makes a … Continue reading

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Cooking Breakfast Grains

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?SOVEQ 27 February 2013 Cooking Breakfast Grains. Grains and nuts are portion of my diet, particularly for breakfast. The selected grains are blended to break the outer shell, mixed together and cooked in a water both to prevent burning for … Continue reading

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Pilot Bread. Seven Grain.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?NJVJD 26 February 2013 Pilot Bread. Quinoa,poppy seeds, sunflower seeds, buckwheat flour, whole\n wheat flour,flax seeds,corn Seeds are generally broken by blending, then mixed with whole grain flour.A dough is kneaded, made into a roll, and cut into buns and … Continue reading

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Hardening Off Plants

http://www.hotwiredgardens.com/pdf/Working_Mans_Guide_to_Hardening_off_Plants.pdf Hardening-Off your Plants: Whenever you start plants inside, you will need to harden-off the plants before planting out. Hardening is 10% about acclimating to temperature and 90% about building resistance to the sun’s UV Light. Direct exposure to the … Continue reading

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Papaver somniferum (Danish Flag)

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?QBAYW 14 February 2013 Papaver somniferum (Danish Flag) Poppy seeds are small and often severely crowded if seeded by hand in the outdoor garden. The plants are almost impossible to thin due to intertwining of the stems and growth is … Continue reading

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Quinoa.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?YDOOH 10 February 2013 Quinoa.Checking germination. Some red quinoa was purchased from the bulk food store (Bolivia) and was checked for germination.A few grams of seed was placed on a water soaked folded kleenex and placed on a covered side … Continue reading

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Pilot Bread.(Wheat flour,corn,quinoa,sunflower seeds)

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?RGXLG 7 February 2013 Pilot Bread.(Wheat flour,corn,quinoa,sunflower seeds) Pilot bread made from, whole grain wheat flour,quinoa,corn,sunflower seeds Called pilot bread, since it is very hard, with most of the moisture removed, and has to be softened in a steamer,microwave,or dipped … Continue reading

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Seedling Pot

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?AMEZQ 6 February 2013 Seedling Pot After utilizing various starting seedling pots over the years it was decided to make a pot to meet my needs. Concerns are: high germination, little disturbance of roots when transplanting,convenient size, convenience of producing, … Continue reading

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