The kitties are growing so quickly and even though the girls know where they are all going to live eventually, they are starting to get upset when we talk about having them get ready to go to their new homes.
This will be hard on them, I can see that, so I am taking lots of photos to make a little book for them to keep to remember their first kitties.
Next subject today.....
Well actually what to do with all the fresh goodies when you eat raw.
The conventional canning, blanching etc is not an option like it has been in year previous.
I have spent many a weeks come end of the season preparing and processing everything, in a panic so as to not loose anything.
This year is quite different.
Although I know I will not be eating much of my of what I do decide to process, the rest of my family must eat as well, I am finding it rather liberating to be more layed back.
I have dehydrated 20 batches of kale chips but haven't managed to save any as I eat and share them all.
My carrot, beets, chard's, spinach/lettuce, peas and beans are all eaten daily as are the zucchinis, potatoes and broccoli.
I do not enough to save.
Guess I will have to focus more on a winter garden this year.
The herbs and such are great and are dehydrator friendly but this batch of basil (given to me from a friend..thank you K) was calling out to be made into my dinner.
Pesto Cream Zucchini Alfredo w/Rawmasean Cheese.
Summer isn't complete without eating straight from the garden freshness everyday.
I couldn't imagine living where I couldn't grow my own food, raise our own meat and play in such vast geographical awesomeness.