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Friday, November 18, 2011

Time Goes By

I have been working so hard on the second Bread in a Bag book that I haven't had time to do much else.  Fortunately, we're deep into Fall, and my garden is quickly dying out.  This year, I am not going to try to keep winter vegetables going through until January--I'll just let everything die off and the soil will be allowed to rest until I replenish it in early April.  At that time, I'll put in a bunch of bags of good soil, shovel it in and prepare it for the new crop.  Next year we also plan on making sure the plants are companions with each other and that the PH is proper.

As for dehydrating, I am still busy with that as needed.  For example, this week I need to dry more eggs, as the breads/muffins I'm making are making me go through the last batch quite quickly.  I also want to dry more prunes, herbs and perhaps a few more potatoes.

If you have a good garden that you are nourishing through the winter, please write and tell me about it! Ldswoman@yahoo.com or Pemick2@comcast.net.

Don't forget to check out my Bread in a Bag blog!

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