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Things I’ve learned about Clover


I know what Red Clover, White Clover, Alsike Clover, Dutch Clover, and Sweet Clover are. Then Hubby pointed out this one that looked like dutch clover but had a purple coloring that was unique. I’ve pondered that until finally I looked for it on the internet. When I discovered that there were 300 varieties of clover I […]

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Chicks love greens.


I spend a half hour every day picking alfalfa, clover and dandelions for the chicks. I’m wearing out my kitchen blender to chop it up.   They are now eating two full gallon pails of chopped greens per day along with 1 1/2 gallons of bagged feed. So their main diet right now is natural. […]

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Eating Weeds


I’m having some fun at my hubby’s expense! Hubby get’s this craving once in awhile to have pancakes for supper. I don’t make them often as it means there won’t be any vegetables for that meal. I don’t think my hubby is so different from a lot of folks in that he prefers his meat […]

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Nature’s Spring Salad*


Viola! There’s enough for salad. For this salad shown I used dandelions, clover, chives, and a little baby spinach that volunteered in the garden. Spinach^ No more store lettuce that comes from who knows where, and has who knows what pesticides or preservatives added. Even when I can get organic in a small town store, […]

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Edible Alfalfa

Nature’s Spring Tonic


  Dandelion Here’s an ugly and formidable potion that’s good for what ails you. After a long, barren winter, it’s good to put something natural, unadulterated, and green into your system. Make sure you know or study your plants, or ask here and I’ll do what I can to help. Find what’s available that you […]

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