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    A while back I realized that the cheap scrubbing-mitts I kept in the shower might do for root veggies what they do for my post-garden-work-Hobbit feet: get the dirt off. I bought a pair for kitchen use and put them to work. Here’s how they fared against purple potatoes and sunchokes fresh out of the...

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    This is my apple peeler gadget: I don’t know if this thing has a proper name. It seems like something you’d find in the back of a barn somewhere to crank start machinery that no one uses anymore. And in truth it probably was invented 160 years ago and hasn’t changed since. But don’t let the...

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    A fellow personal chef friend of mine who is married to a Finnish man gave me this…uh…suggestive kitchen tool a few years back. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t entirely certain what it was (Scandinavian modern sculpture? World’s biggest muddler? Minimalist bishop from an oversize chess set?) or what to do with it, though several inappropriate...

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  • 02/29/16--06:00: Reader Questions: February
  • I can’t let February sneak past without doing a reader question post. This month: fermentation lids, peppers that will ripen in the Northwest, litter for chicken coops and more. We also have Community Questions asking for suggestions, advice or resources for gardening in Central America and Florida. I’m not knowledgeable enough to answer, but maybe you can help? Do I Need To Use A...

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  • 06/02/17--05:00: Five Things Friday: 6/2/17
  • How to justify chocolate chips for breakfast, a new favorite watering tool for the garden, the most adorable house-swap you'll ever see, my everyday beverage carry, and why no one goes out for lunch anymore.

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    Step-by-step photos show how I turned a pair of pallets into an easy storage solution for garden tools. This is a fun and simple garden DIY!

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