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Krystal Lynn Bittner
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Heather Green commented on Krystal Lynn Bittner's photo
Nov 13, 2013
Krystal Lynn Bittner replied to Catherine, The Herb Lady's discussion Basic Hummus from the book "Jerusalem" in the group Growing Gourmet
"When i make hummus from canned chickpeas i always rub off as much of the skin as possible. i do this when i rinse them the skin will float to the top."
Jul 22, 2013
Heather Green commented on Krystal Lynn Bittner's photo
Mar 19, 2013
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Dec 30, 2012
Dennis j.l. Hagood replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"That would be awesome I would love to start my own sugar canes thank you"
Dec 25, 2012
Catherine, The Herb Lady replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"Krystal, mostly just admire it :-)  I do propogate it for re-sale at the farmers market, and still have not done the kabob skewer - just one of those 'have to' that I have not gotten to.  You cut the cane into pencil width pieces…"
Dec 19, 2012
grrlscout replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"Thanks for posting a pic. I think someone in my neighborhood has a big hedge of it. I'll have to take a closer look."
Dec 19, 2012
grrlscout replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"During the course of yesterday's research, I read that PVC cutters are handy for cutting sugar cane."
Dec 19, 2012
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Dec 19, 2012
Krystal Lynn Bittner replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"i can cut a stalk for you. no need to buy it. you can chew some then plant the rest lol. "
Dec 19, 2012
Dennis j.l. Hagood replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"I plan on looking at the Asian culture center to see if they have any sugar cane for sale to grow, if you folks know of any where else to find it please share thanks you for your help and info wonderful plant and info "
Dec 19, 2012
Krystal Lynn Bittner replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"awh that's sweet. i'm sure the elephants love it. what else do you do with your sugar cane? sorry that was our august watering schedule right now the drip system is off, rain will take care of the garden for us. think all the…"
Dec 19, 2012
Catherine, The Herb Lady replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"That is a lot of water Krystal, or it sounds like it.  Right now the particular bed which includes asparagus and strawberries as well as lemon verbena and horseradish is flooded for (I think it is about 40 minutes) every 7 days.  Our sugar…"
Dec 19, 2012
Krystal Lynn Bittner replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"the tropicals are first on the drip line, and during the summer we watered them 20 mins 3 times a day like everything else in the garden. "
Dec 19, 2012
Catherine, The Herb Lady replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"I found our sugar cane takes about the same amount of water as tomatoes - a little more from our horse trough in the summertime."
Dec 19, 2012
Dennis j.l. Hagood replied to Krystal Lynn Bittner's discussion juicing Sugar Cane in the group Growing Gourmet
"Do you soak the ground year round? to keep it green?"
Dec 19, 2012

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i like to grow and make my own food. i enjoy canning and homebrewing.

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