Saturday, March 7
Ok, so last month was our first GO with Azure & I think I can speak for Tami when I say we are in love! *smile*
Here's a few snaps of our loot:
Tami is dividing up the grains (we shared Soft White Wheat, Hard Red, Kamut, Spelt, Oat Groats & Rye
We split a box of pears, Tami took hers home & the Chu Babies devoured them in short order. I made about 2 gazillion batches of jam. ;)
We also split a 10 Doz. box of Fertile Eggs three ways (with Terri), they are huge & wonderful! After a month, Tami only needed to buy another dozen form TJ's before our next order, Terri still had plenty & I had just run out. This month just Tami & I split, so 5 dozen each! Woo hoo!
As I said, this was January, so we've ordered again, Tami bakes bread 2-3 times a week, so she was thrilled to get a 50 lb. bag of Red Wheat for like $30! She's also kept up using Soft White for all her baked goods like cakes & cookies, etc... with a noticeably finer texture! Awesome!
- Santa Susana, Ventura County, CA, United States
- Me? Well....I have a day job selling travel to beautiful far away lands, and I love to travel - my job sort of supports & feeds the 'travel monster' inside me. But my other inner monster is: food in all it's facets. I have a 13 yr old DS from a previous life, and married the lovely JoeBacon a three years ago! I finally became a home-owner at that point, we did a huge addition/re-model right away to make the house a bit bigger & I got a wonderful new kitchen out of the deal! I've gone thru Culinary School twice (mostly for fun) 'cuz I love to cook! And thru reading/doing the Maker's Diet 2 years ago, became aware of Sally Fallon, Weston Price, etc...and now after about 9 months of exploring their world, I'm trying to really make it all part of mine. I've had some things turn out great & others have been miserable failures, but I'm learning a LOT (mostly from my fellow NT Bloggers)!! Now I'm enjoying my yard, garden, sprouting, baking bread, brewing Kombucha, using raw milk, making Kefir & Yogurt & just trying to find small ways to make yummy food better for us.