Andrew Cumberland commented on Barbara Tealby’s status
"Barb. Commonly eaten as sprouts in India. Apparently better sproutsed because it reduces certain indigestible sugars."
Monday
Dianne Caswell replied to Andrew Cumberland's discussion Barb and Warren's garden visit 16 January 2022 in Garden Visits
"Thanks so much Barb & Warren for such a wonderful Garden Visit, looks like Graham may join the Golfing Vets after a long talk with Warren. Thanks Andy for a lovely Report, great photo of Jerome, good one for his 21st. Barb's garden is beautiful, so…"
Sunday
Andrew Cumberland posted a discussion in BLF Futures
I was having trouble finding all my blog posts - just mine, not everyone's.  Susan mentioned it at today's GV.  I have fixed the issue (with help from ning).  You will now see your blogs on the left hand side of your member page.  Happy about that…
Sunday
Andrew Cumberland posted a discussion in Garden Visits
We had a small but quite delightful garden visit today.  The good news was that we could fairly responsibly socially distance.  

The other benefit was that we got to eat pretty much all we could fit in.  And oh my, the food was good!  The highlight…
Sunday
Andrew Cumberland posted a photo
I've been pulling this wandering dew out for 10 years. I believe it may in fact be edible scurvy weed. The blue 3 petalled flower put me on to it. Apparently real wandering dew has white flowers. 
Sunday
  • Andrew Cumberland Damn it! Dave I was using my phone and accidentally deleted your reply. Sorry mate. I didn't even get to read it properly.
    Monday
  • Andrew Cumberland I hoped you'd say that!
    Sunday
Andrew Cumberland commented on Barbara Tealby’s status
"oh, and Barb... try this... Pigeon Pea dahl
 "
Saturday
Andrew Cumberland commented on Barbara Tealby’s status
"No but well worth a thought.  "
Saturday
Andrew Cumberland replied to Scarlett's discussion Turmeric, ginger and galangal leaves: patholi and more
"I crash tested this tonight.  The turmeric works great as a wrap but it's too thick for me to find appealing.  Galangal is the same.  Ginger however just tastes like spinach.  None of them imparted significant flavour to a piece of Barra that I…"
Friday
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Flour experiment 1: pancakes

So, using the flour to make pancakes worked perfectly well.  It is slightly nutty but a very nice flavour indeed.  I added just a touch of mashed potato, pinch of baking powder and some salt and sugar.  I think I could increase the salt slightly,…

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I did it!!!

You are looking at  three versions of home grown and made flour from the tiny city farm. Hulled,  part-hulled and unfilled.  I'll cook three muffins for taste comparison. I used Madagascar beans to make it. I'm also going to try with pigeon peas.…

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  • How do you add something to this site?
  • Thank you. I was inspired to join after seeing a post that mentioned a saucemaker. I’m keen to find out how best to process grumachamas and Jaboticabas in particular ( but also tomatoes ) to remove the skin and seeds, tried a Mouli but it didn’t work out. How do I go about posting a query as to more info about a “saucemaker” (if this is considered the best tool for the job)?

  • Thank you, Andrew. I'm looking forward to learning and sharing.

  • Thank you. I am very happy to join the Brisbane Local Food Community. What a impressive homestead you have!
  • Hello Andrew, thanks for the warm welcome. I hope they got something out of it. It's only early days for us, a lot more sustainable food systems and water harvesting elements will be added.

  • I don't post videos, I just have an account that I use to comment on Doug's channel.

  • Thanks for the welcome Andrew!

  • Thanks mate just let me know if you need any plants

  • Thanks for the welcome Andrew

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