Oh yea....I’m only fighting temptation because i want to be sure I experience a whole year with these girls and learn before I get caught up in chick”addiction”. New coop will be built w expansion in mind....for me at least something good came out of CovidYou know what Chicken Math is right?
We grew up on pickled eggs!! I grew up going to my grandparents farm and they pickled EVERYTHING! They immigrated from Europe in the early 1900s. The lessons of simplicity and humility stick w me today. Can’t wait to grow my own Veges next season and start canning again! If anyone has ever canned meat, would love your insight.So I did something new...imagine that. Boiled a few Banty eggs. Finished a mason jar of pickled beets we made and instead of tossing the fluid I dropped the eggs in the jar and refrigerated. Pennsylvania Dutch Pickled Eggs or equivalent, lol
Me too. I try not to feel guilty about my good fortune; I know I've worked hard for what I've gotten in life. I do feel lucky, and I do my best to share with others. Just not eggs, right now. Maybe next year I will have enough to share.for me at least something good came out of Covid
I have not (yet), but my neighbor has canned a lot of meat. It absolutely has to be done under pressure! If you don't have a pressure canner, start looking for one. Canning supplies are VERY scarce where I am now. I started buying things I knew I'd need for canning in May-June, and still had trouble finding some things like wide mouth lids.If anyone has ever canned meat, would love your insight.