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Briggs 2.0 wrote: ↑
Sun Dec 31, 2017 1:24 pm
Cheers Brambles, thanks for the tip. Book ordered. I notice he does a foraging book, have you read this one and do you recommend?
Where we've moved to, there are sloes and these have been developing into a very nice sloe gin
Going slightly off topic but once the sloes have flavoured the gin and have to come out don't throw them away , cover them in chocolate . They make a decent chocolate liquor type off thing although of course there's a stone.
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Good few recommendations on books to get here regarding plants and editable plants, will scatter my purchases and get reading !
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Just reserved a copy with my local library, thanks B.
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I just got this too, I love pre-owned books generally which tends to horrify my kids. Also ordered Food for Free both for the grand total of £4.04. Thanks as always for the recommendations.
Growing old disgracefully!