what fake dread?
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Stumbed across this... can anyone spot the fake? hahaha
Hi folks, its approaching two years and I'm still patiently(and not patiently) waiting/watching/separating......
Seems my hair is dreading ok on the right,(starting at the back) and got a nice variety of shape and sizes from pencil thick to thumb thickness; however the left side is still reluctant to take shape and catch up. I've accepted it will catch up slowly, however I don't want to end totally imbalanced or lop-sided as we say......
Using Vickys anti-scratch formula shampoo and separating after washing when dried (naturally in fresh air when possible)
Any one else had similar experience and/or got any suggestions.
Hi to all dreadys across the water and anywhere else....Hope 2020 has been o.k. for you, your loved ones and dreads too...
We are o.k. in the sleepy Southwest of England, hoping for a better 2021.
My dreads are progressing slowly but surely; got use to waiting for them to go at there own speed ..no recent photos,,,,will try and find one of my best friend to entertain you...
Eggplants? think they're Called Aubergines over here, (like slugs, I've never tried one!)... Do you get any "helpful, wildlife gardeners? We get hedgehogs (sadly becoming much rarer) which eat slugs and I've got 3 resident slow-worms* in my compost heap, which i hope are going out slug eating to help me out. Need to acquire more Tomatoes, nothing beats the taste of home grown toms..mmmmm
*will try and get some photos.
Eagle Never fancied Slugs, but just started researching someone (from California I think) who experimented eating slugs; looks like he deep fries them in batter and spices, said they taste like a cross between calamari and mushroom (could be worse). This guy mentions using Dr Broners to disinfect things (also for washing dreads?) He seemed to go through a long desliming process boiling them in ACV hmm
We get some fairly similar slugs over here (not quite like your banana boys) but dont think Im desperate enough to start stir frying them yet!
Apparently you have to feed them clean lettuce for a day or two to purge and toxic stuff out. I recall one TV chef trying to clean slime from them in vinegar with little success and We had a manager at work you would eat snails he gathered in the wild.. Think I'll stick with mushrooms for now...
@ peacefull passer my blue berries (first year) are a nice shade of green at the moment, must protect them from the birds soon.Leeks and carrots are looking ok. Have various pots of compost with runner beans and green beans (hope to train the runners up into my tree branches) Have a few small apple trees in pots doing ok, peas dont seem to like my soil- but i will get them growing one year! No room for a cow as I only have about 0.01 Acre garden or less. Trade you some leeks for one of your big pumkins?
Nearly forgot....like your background music..Can't beat a bit of Bob.