Andrew Cumberland replied to Valerie's discussion Edible exchange and Harvest Exchange
"Great post Valerie.  I bumbed into this myself.  Highly recommend the Edible Exchange and Harvest Exchange to all our members. "
15 hours ago
Andrew Cumberland shared their discussion on Facebook
15 hours ago
Andrew Cumberland posted a video
We freeze our winter and spring tomato crop until the end of spring. Then, we make vegetarian pasta sauce and store it for use in the middle of our very hot...
15 hours ago
Andrew Cumberland commented on Elaine de Saxe's blog post Elephant Garlic
"Still testing this stuff.  I was going to only pull out half but coming back across this thread has convinced me to pull them ann and store.  "
Nov 20
Andrew Cumberland favorited Lissa's blog post HOUSE SITTING
Nov 17
Andrew Cumberland replied to Andrew Cumberland's discussion More shameless promotion
Nov 17
Andrew Cumberland posted a discussion
I was on the ABC news on Tuedays 15th on Channel 7.  It was only the last few minutes of the entire 6pm news slot but I had hoped that Brisbane Local Food would score a mention.  Unfortunately not.  I have shared the clip of the relevant part on the…
Nov 17
Andrew Cumberland left a comment for Christine Henderson (Chris)
"Welcome to the group Chris. The site has been very quiet lately. I'm hoping some new and passionate members can help spark it back up. I'd love to have sufficient interest to start our regular garden visits back up."
Nov 17


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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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