[Homestead] Gardening as Antidote to World Conditions.
erthnsky at bellsouth.net
Thu Sep 21 12:22:09 EDT 2006
> We also occasionally harvest the "wild onions" which are actually
> tiny, highly potent garlic. One of those little pearl bulbs will
> flavor a large pot of stew.
Really?? I have chewed on them out in the yard, but they always tasted
oniony to me. I'll try a bulb in some lamb stew next week.
>> I can't help them. About all any of us commoners can do is to lead
>> lives that others may find useful to follow. I wonder how many
>> people grow their own garlic.
I do, I do! Planted about 150 cloves this week. Less than usual, but I
am limited in bed space until I get more beds constructed.
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