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Let's trade our homemade goodies!

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Started by Lauren Randolph. Last reply by Rich Deming Nov 17, 2008.

Let's brainstorm!

Started by Christine Aug 28, 2008.

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Comment by lani lawrence on August 11, 2011 at 6:39am
Unfortunately we are not open at friendship trays on the weekends unless w schedule special projects in the garden. On september 10, we may haver several garden projects going on . Would you be interests in helping then? Could be a family affair.
Comment by Lawrence Heath on August 10, 2011 at 8:41pm

Anyone interested in trading your vegs, baked goods, plants or herbs for rose mary? We have a super large rose mary bush that needs to be trimmed back.  Or, would you be interested in trading for some fire roasted chicken. I have a few sticks of cherry wood in which I am thinking about putting in my wood burning roaster with a few chickens Friday night after the sun drops behind the trees.

 

I shop the Matthews farmer's market on Saturday mornings.

Comment by Rich Deming on March 23, 2009 at 10:08pm
Okay, so crocks were bought at the Organic Growers School. Veggies are fermenting. I think I'm going to dig this fermenting thing....no energy load and all of the probiotic stuff is left alive and kicking. Check out www.wildfermentation.com learn more. I might have to get back in the exchanging game. I just learned how easily I can make probiotic Mead and root-beer.

But the real reason I'm writing, and I think this is cool enough I'm going to post it on the main forum as well, is this internet article on food trading I just found while excitedly surfing around fermenting and probiotic websites. Cheers!
http://wildfermentation.com/old/econferm.htm
Comment by The Appalachian Shed on March 19, 2009 at 4:35pm
Christine, I am most interested in trading for some kefir. Do you also have fresh milk? I can offer veggie plants, flower plants, or bread made from fresh milled grains (all products organic).
Comment by Christine on February 5, 2009 at 6:11pm
Just to keep the ball rolling, Matt and I always have kefir (grains or the ready made product) to trade. I haven't gotten around to making any other trading goods lately, but hopefully that'll change soon!
Comment by Sue Varga on January 20, 2009 at 1:16pm
And another thing... I have a very sturdy stainless steel workbench approx 6' x 3' in my garage that would be great for food preparation if anyone wants it. It weighs a ton, so it would be a job to take it away. We can work out terms of the trade once someone expresses an interest in it. Ciao...Sue
Comment by Sue Varga on January 20, 2009 at 1:12pm
Hi everyone,

I really won't be able to exchange much food until I get my spring garden going, but I do want to let everyone know that I have an over abundance of strawberry plants that I would love to trade for some composted manure or a mixture of fresh bunny droppings w straw or chicken manure w straw. Let me know!...Sue
Comment by michele lamb on October 16, 2008 at 7:54pm
I just had another thought. If anyone in the group wants to meet us at the market to trade, that would be cool. I sit at Matthews and Matt sits at Yorkmont every Saturday.
Best Regards, Michele
Comment by michele lamb on October 16, 2008 at 5:46pm
Sunday is fine. I have to take Ivy back to school, but Matt will be here all day. Don't go to any trouble with the pesto. Stock would be great. Just let me know what time is good fro you on Sunday and I will tell Matt. He will enjoy giving you the nickel tour. Michele
Comment by Rich Deming on October 16, 2008 at 7:40am
I'm teaching a couple of classes at the cpcc Levine classes on biofuels on Saturday--between that and other stuff, I wouldn't have time to make up any fresh pesto by Sat. afternoon. Do you mind a Sunday stop in?
 

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