Monthly Archives: September 2018

Professional Vegetable / Fruit Press 5″

https://www.consiglioskitchenware.com/collections/vegetable-fruit-press-torchietto/products/professional-vegetable-fruit-press-5inch-2qt-torchietto-small-piccolo Professional Vegetable / Fruit Press 5″ – 2QT (TORCHIETTO) – Small / Piccolo Periodically I require a vegetable food press. I have used some of the current ones on the market and found them wanting. I ordered this one … Continue reading

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29 September 2018 Concord Grape

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/29%20September%202018%20Concord%20Grape/HTML/ 29 September 2018 Concord Grape Six bushels of Concord Grapes were picked from a local commercial site and processed into about 90 liters of pressure canned juice. Cost was $20.00 per bushel. The grapes are superb quality this year. … Continue reading

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26 September 2018 Indian Corn

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/26%20September%202018%20Indian%20Corn/HTML/ 26 September 2018 Indian Corn The small patch of Indian Corn was harvested and the cobs placed in the greenhouse to thoroughly dry. The kernels will be removed from the cobs and kept in a bucket. It will be … Continue reading

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25 September 2018 Gruel

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/25%20September%202018%20Gruel/HTML/ 25 September 2018 Gruel About a ten day supply of gruel was made. It will be stored in plastic containers in the freezer. The ingredients are blended with water, garbanzo chickpeas, flax, wheat, sunflower seeds, nixtamalized Indian corn, and … Continue reading

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21 September 2018 Vegetable Juice

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/21%20September%202018%20Vegetable%20Juice/HTML/ 21 September 2018 Vegetable Juice (Tomato, Celeriac and Eggplant) The garden is coming to the end of the growing season. Juice was made today from tomato, eggplant and celeriac. This is my first experience with celeriac.Two small chili peppers … Continue reading

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20 September 2018 Daikon Radish (Raphanus Sativus)

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/20%20September%202018%20Daikon%20Radish/HTML/ 20 September 2018 Daikon Radish (Raphanus Sativus) Eleven liters of juice was made from garden daikon radish. This is my method of preserving for off season use. The finished product is similar to a potato and is essentially used … Continue reading

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15 September 2018 Sweet Potato Harvest

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/15%20September%202018%20Sweet%20Potato%20Harvest/HTML/ 15 September 2018 Sweet Potato Harvest The sweet potato patch was harvested about ten pounds from 6 plants. The vegetation is extensive and the tubers are all around the plant within about a foot radius around the main stem. … Continue reading

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9 September 2018 Dinner

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/9%20September%202018%20Dinner/HTML/ 9 September 2018 Dinner Dinner my second and last meal of the day. Sliced tomato from the garden, few leaves of kale, a couple of carrots, both steamed. Some cut up tempeh. Small sweet potato tuber previously baked. A … Continue reading

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8 September 2018 Dinner

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/8%20September%202018%20Dinner/HTML/ 8 September 2018 Dinner Dinner today. Sliced tomatoes, can of smoked oysters, baked sweet potato, hard boiled egg, glass of mixed juice. Shared with Ginny. She disliked the smoked oysters.

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7 September 2018 Superior Potatoes

http://durgan.org/2018/Septmber%202018/7%20Septmber%202018%20Superior%20Potatoes/HTML/ 7 September 2018 Superior Potatoes Ten Superior Potato Plants were harvested, about 2.2 pounds per plant average, which is low, 5 is typical but quality is excellent for a total of about 25 pounds. These will be stored in … Continue reading

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