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Posted on January 10, 2011 at 10:27pm 3 Comments 0 Likes
This year I'm testing the waters on the 100-mile locavore diet. I'm pretty excited about it. So far my guidelines are to source 95% of my purchased food locally for the year 2011. (I did not prepare for this experiment. So, after a night of New Years' revelry, I woke up New Year's Day with a hankering to go out for breakfast and remembered, oh yeah, I'm not doing that anymore). In order to make this workable, it makes sense to eat the foreign food that I've already got, which buys me…Continue
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Thanks for all the work you did on this project for us. I appreciate your thoroughness and making it easy for others to plug into. Right now we have some other priorities financially that are higher on the list than this great looking tool. So we will not be going in on the group purchase.
Angela and David
I'm also intersted in a hand or foot press for using with tinctures & oil extractions..
I would want something for small batches, but with a commercial quality to last a lifetime.
I've posted some of the links I've found under my comments on my personal TW page at:
The herb tincture press listed in Nancy & Michael Phillips book
-The Herbalist Way ,is this one:
Tincture Press that can do alcohol or oil:
Longevity Herb Company
Great work-party action pictures! Garden work is truly year round!
I have a couple names to pass on for folks you might like to contact to help with the class. Give a call later or email me.
May the living dead among us wake up and join in the work of the transition.
Rhys Webb, LMP
I appreciate the link and keeping me in Mind and Heart! Love, Jamie
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