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    The plan for the last 2 weeks of August Mon,...

    The plan for the last 2 weeks of August

    Mon, Aug 15 Green Bean Soup
    Tue, Aug 16 Nettle dumplings with parmesan
    Wed, Aug 17 Pea falafel with yoghurt sauce Leaf salad
    Thu, Aug 18 Tomato and...
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    The plan for the first 2 weeks of August Tue,...

    The plan for the first 2 weeks of August

    Tue, Aug 02 Schupfnudeln Tomato and wild herb salad and roasted walnuts
    Wed 03 Aug green sauce, boiled egg and potatoes tomato salad
    Thu, Aug 04 Stuffed...
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    @pinkytoe Oh, that's a great idea. If I've...

    @pinkytoe
    Oh, that's a great idea.
    If I've removed the chicken meat from the bones, I am cooking soup from the bones.
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    This is sometimes very funny, because the message...

    This is sometimes very funny, because the message - depending on when a bluetooth signal is received - arrives on my cell phone with a slight delay. It says "Your car was last seen on the B 239" :0!...
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    That's a good value. Mine uses an average of...

    That's a good value. Mine uses an average of 5.1litres/100km (46.1mpg) but it's also a small car.
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    I sewed an inexpensive variant...

    I sewed an inexpensive variant. It helps against cold in winter and against heat in summer.
  7. Ah, it's a book! I have seen the interview with...

    Ah, it's a book! I have seen the interview with the author. It's really interesting and goes well with the topic of this forum. Thanks for the tip.
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    Our microwave broke at april. We didn't buy a...

    Our microwave broke at april. We didn't buy a new, because we think we will doesn't need them.
  9. Amy Dacyczyn, The Tightwad Gazette The book...

    Amy Dacyczyn, The Tightwad Gazette

    The book seems worth the money!
    I found 10 tips from the book on a website. I've already done two of them without even knowing the book.
    "Almost Free Carpet"....
  10. Yes, that's right, it's very similar. ...

    Yes, that's right, it's very similar.




    Thanks. Glad you like the site. Yes, I also believe that I am not swimming in the maistreem. ;)
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    No, I don't know, but I'll look for it. It sounds interesting.
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    Preppers and garden owners are more likely to...

    Preppers and garden owners are more likely to build one themselves. The smallest form of a root cellar is a buried drum of a washing machine. Carrots, celery and potatoes are excellent in it.


    I...
  13. I had to laugh at the headline.:) I do a lot...

    I had to laugh at the headline.:)


    I do a lot of strange things:
    I cut open tubes of toothpaste to get the rest out
    I wash the laundry with ivy or horse chestnuts
    I dry the laundry on the...
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    In Germany, prices are also rising rapidly. I...

    In Germany, prices are also rising rapidly.
    I just went shopping. I was struck by lightning with some products. Prices have doubled in just a few weeks. Unbelievable.
    There are new offers here...
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    I keep my thumbs (Do you say that in English...

    I keep my thumbs (Do you say that in English too?) crossed that they keep your job.
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    We have a lot of deer and wild boar. Our garden...

    We have a lot of deer and wild boar. Our garden is open to the large field, but we have never had a problem with the large animals here.
    There are also rabbits in the area, but not in the garden....
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    The nettles that don't sting were probably dead...

    The nettles that don't sting were probably dead nettles. You can eat these too.
  18. Thank you for this explanation. She is very...

    Thank you for this explanation. She is very interesting.
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    Harvest 2022: nettles

    Lunch grows by the wayside

    A glorious summer morning. I had to go into town very early today. Shortly after 6 a.m. it was still foggy and cool. The bike ride – wonderful!

    On the way back I was...
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    4594 I just took the photo when I came from yoga...

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    I just took the photo when I came from yoga by bike. The 7.5 miles are fun if you can take your time and enjoy the nice weather
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    ​Are you sure? �� A considerable list....

    ​Are you sure? ��



    A considerable list. Great!
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    I don't buy boneless chickens. that is far too...

    I don't buy boneless chickens. that is far too expensive and the bones are a valuable raw material for many delicious dishes
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    I'll write down whatever comes to my mind. I...

    I'll write down whatever comes to my mind. I don't know if I can get everything together now.
    I hope I can translate the plant names all in English. The translator has to help me with this.

    ...
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    I wonder what it is that Germans are recognized...

    I wonder what it is that Germans are recognized all over the world. ����

    A canning kitchen s wonderful!
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    I make elderberry jelly and elderberry juice....

    I make elderberry jelly and elderberry juice.
    Elderberry jelly is easy: you boil the berries in some apple juice. Drain the berries in a cloth overnight, catching the juice.
    The next day, add...
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