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Minutes of food group meeting on Wednesday, 11th May 2011
held at 8-10pm at 5 Ways meeting room
Present: Marjory (chair), Heather (minutes), Tom, Nadia, Miko, Ali, Maggie, Archie,
Elaine, Jen, Julienne, Elaine
Apologies: Michael, Ash, David, Paulette,…Continue
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Pick only the younger leaves at the tip of the plant until early June (later if you see more young leave coming through). Older leaves are not so tasty. Wash well and remove the tougher stems.
Stinging nettles are tasty and nutritious: 5.5% protein and 2.3% iron.
Ingredients: nettles, oil, nuts, lemon, garlic, salt
You can use Kent cobnuts, brazil nuts, pine nuts, ground almonds or walnuts. We…Continue
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Recipe supplied by David Young
This is a traditional Dandelion wine recipe. Pick the flowers at Midday when the sun is shining so that the flowers are fully open. Traditionally picked on St George's day (April 23rd), this is the ultimate, old fashioned, homemade wine.
Brewing Bin + Lid, Demijohn, Airlock, Syphon, Steriliser, Bottles
A large pan (big enough to boil 4.5 litres of…Continue
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The Government has announced a “Review of statutory duties”, aimed at identifying and removing duties from local authorities which are a “burden”. One of the duties they are considering removing is the duty to provide sufficient number of allotments for people in the area who want one. This means ALL allotments, including existing ones, not just new ones.
What You Can Do:…Continue
MINUTES OF FOOD GROUP MEETING WEDNESDAY 5 APRIL
Attended: Nadia, Ali, Michael, George, Molly, Sanchia, Tom, Jen, Heather, Marjory
The group enjoyed a wonderful pot luck supper!
1. Food Growing Sites
William Dunbar/Saville House
Michael reported that the pop up Shop 24 at Peel Precinct had been in contact with local people who are interested in resurrecting the garden. Everyone was very pleased to meet Ali Awes who is…Continue
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Work room to rent - a 16 square meter contained space in Kensal Rise's local garden shop by the Lexi Cinema. 12 hour daily access, secure. Would suit craftsperson or photographer, potter or for use as an office.
Bargain at £350 a month. 6 month renewable tenancy.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 07956 601766. Available Mid April
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Jennifer Rea has written up some brillaintly comprehensive minutes of March's Food Group meeting - attached. Quite a few action points to come back to at our next meeting on April 5th...
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Website just launched...
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I have been looking for a book club for my daughter who is 9yrs old in the area. Do you know of any book clubs at all??????
Would appreciate it if you could let me know if you knew any in NW6 area....
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Good to see NEF on Newsnight last night - making the case for prosperity without growth...
Starts at 34:10
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A friend of mine who lives in Leyton has recently converted her garden from a patio into a growing area so she now has about 32 paving slabs available for anyone who wants them (obviously you'll need your own transport to collect them).
She asked me to check if anyone from TTK2K would like first dibs on them. They're stacked up in her front garden so you can just pop down and help yourselves whenever you like.
Let me know if you're interested and I can give…Continue
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Anastasia, the first book of the Ringing Cedars Series, tells the story of entrepreneur Vladimir Megre's trade trip to the Siberian taiga in 1995, where he witnessed incredible spiritual phenomena connected with sacred 'ringing cedar' trees. He spent three days with a woman named Anastasia who shared with him her unique outlook on subjects as diverse as gardening, child-rearing, healing, Nature, sexuality, religion and more. This…Continue
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