I blanched and froze some chard for the first time, (before the aphids got the rest of of it), I put some in chicken soup, but other than that. I'm kind of clueless about what to do with it. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
People have been sharing this list with me lately when I gripe about the high price of organic food:
I like that the article points out: "eating conventionally-grown produce is far better than not eating fruits and vegetables at all"
Yay lettuce season is here! I've got a lot of volunteers popping up, because we saved the seeds last year. That's the side effect of saving seed: some of the seeds fall, and do the planting for you. I forgot how tender and delicious fresh lettuce can be.
I'm still working agressively on reducing debt. Thanks, good frugal people, for the extreme inspiration on this thread.
I'm curious about the steam cleaners - do they make them for things other than carpets?