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Originally Posted by Pensmaster View Post

Our Jerusalem artichokes did very well and I liked the flavor. Very much like an artichoke. I lost them due to neglect but I'm trying again with a red variety that's supposed to be less knobby.
What variety is that?
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2 tbs butter
2-3 tbs of vegetables oil, olive oil is the best
1 sherded onion
1 leek only th white part, sherded.
3-5 garlic cloves
1 kg of clean pealed and cut Jerusalem artichoke
2 medium pealed potatoes
200-250 cream for cooking
1 liter of water
Thyme
2 ts of salt
White pepper
Some nutmeg not to much!
MO
Put the butter and oil in a pot, add onion and leek and thyme, stirring for t minutes, add the garlic,potatoes, JA, and stir for 2 minutes, add the water and let them cook til everything is very soft. 20-30 minutes. Add the cream and process with a stic processor or a standard food processor. Add salt, pepper and nutmeg, and eat it with a nice home made croutons.
Todah rabah Benny.
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NINE OUT OF TEN EGGS HAVE VEINS!!! I cannot believe it!!!! celebrate.gif

Even the two cracked ones... I can NOT believe this!!!

@campingshaws @Sally Sunshine


Woohoo!!!!!!!

:weee

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Thank you. I just can't believe it.... ya.gif

(Now if they just get to lockdown ok fl.gif)
Nah, you want them to make it to fluffy butts wink.png
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Nah, you want them to make it to fluffy butts wink.png


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    The most worth-while thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others.                          Robert Baden-Powell

Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye. H. Jackson Brown, Jr. 

 

  Immature love says: 'I love you because I need you.' Mature love says 'I need you because I love you.'

      Erich fromm



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post #18786 of 52850
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What variety is that?

It's called Fuseau apparently they come in red and white. They do grow well and when I let the chickens into the garden they ate them which maybe another reason why they didn't come back. Lol.

Definitely leaving in ground helps preserve them. The ones I dug up dried up almost right away.
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I hope this is ok to ask..... For those who have done this: How long do you incubate Balut for? I have several coworkers interested in me incubating Duck eggs for them for Balut. Should I Just do it to their prefrence, as 1 person said he likes his only 7 to 10 days, but I have seen where some do it for 14 days or even 17!

Trying out the homesteading life!

Not just for self sustainability, but to teach and involve our family in the making, caring and cultivating processes of all life. Veggies, Fruit, Meat & Eggs. To grow enough veggies and fruit to raise the flock on, along with creating a backyard flock capable of reproducing meat and eggs.

 

Next adventure for 2017~ Canning and raising beef~

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Trying out the homesteading life!

Not just for self sustainability, but to teach and involve our family in the making, caring and cultivating processes of all life. Veggies, Fruit, Meat & Eggs. To grow enough veggies and fruit to raise the flock on, along with creating a backyard flock capable of reproducing meat and eggs.

 

Next adventure for 2017~ Canning and raising beef~

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I hope this is ok to ask..... For those who have done this: How long do you incubate Balut for? I have several coworkers interested in me incubating Duck eggs for them for Balut. Should I Just do it to their prefrence, as 1 person said he likes his only 7 to 10 days, but I have seen where some do it for 14 days or even 17!
Metzer farms sells them at 17 days. And no thanks, gross, :-D
Edited by Beer can - 12/15/16 at 9:21pm
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Metzer farms sells them at 17 days. And no thanks, gross, :-D

:P Me too, I wouldn't eat them I don't think, they probably are stinky!  :idunno  I don't mind doing it for my coworkers. A great way to earn some money I guess. Its their culture too though, and probably hard to find good, fresh and organically grown eggs around here, let alone have an incubator to do it yourself!

Trying out the homesteading life!

Not just for self sustainability, but to teach and involve our family in the making, caring and cultivating processes of all life. Veggies, Fruit, Meat & Eggs. To grow enough veggies and fruit to raise the flock on, along with creating a backyard flock capable of reproducing meat and eggs.

 

Next adventure for 2017~ Canning and raising beef~

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Trying out the homesteading life!

Not just for self sustainability, but to teach and involve our family in the making, caring and cultivating processes of all life. Veggies, Fruit, Meat & Eggs. To grow enough veggies and fruit to raise the flock on, along with creating a backyard flock capable of reproducing meat and eggs.

 

Next adventure for 2017~ Canning and raising beef~

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2 tbs butter
2-3 tbs of vegetables oil, olive oil is the best
1 sherded onion
1 leek only th white part, sherded.
3-5 garlic cloves
1 kg of clean pealed and cut Jerusalem artichoke
2 medium pealed potatoes
200-250 cream for cooking
1 liter of water
Thyme
2 ts of salt
White pepper
Some nutmeg not to much!
MO
Put the butter and oil in a pot, add onion and leek and thyme, stirring for t minutes, add the garlic,potatoes, JA, and stir for 2 minutes, add the water and let them cook til everything is very soft. 20-30 minutes. Add the cream and process with a stic processor or a standard food processor. Add salt, pepper and nutmeg, and eat it with a nice home made croutons.
Todah rabah Benny.

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