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Bird wrote

Preparing my greenhouse for sub zero temperatures and moving in some plants outside to protect them. Probably going to take all day to move and prepare about 150 kg ish of mulch to make the compost heat work so I don't have to run the expensive electric heat, at least as much throughout the winter.

Squawk

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lettuceLeafer wrote

Ugh, I want to feel emotions deeply and really care about people I interact so when I do anarchy it's really an intense experience. But I also have put in a lot of work to have a sort of distancing like therapists do with anarchy so I don't have all the emotional burden. Which is much nicer. So I'm really struggling to want both of these two different things.

Also white fragility absolutely applies to veganism. The same shitty reactions I hear about critiques of animal ag are the same ones I get over talk of decolonization.

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asterism OP wrote (edited )

Anyone got a thanksgiving entree recipie that's easy as fuck and vegan?

I work thanksgiving evening, kind of sucks

My lips hurt 😘 ... lol winter is here and I need chapstick.

I had an unexpected free hour yesterday the entirrety of which I spent debating what to do with it until I just passed out on the couch.

edit: if anyone wants to message me today to small talk (via message) I would like that. works going to be boring as fuck today. (it always is on Fridays)

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lettuceLeafer wrote

Cum meringue

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asterism OP wrote

oh that looks good too!

Well shoot now I got options.

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wednesday wrote

if my boss doesn't get the spec for our next project to me today then i won't have to do any work from now until next week. whoo, long weekend.

it's sad this makes me happy.

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mofongo wrote

We're on low season at work, we've barely had anything to do all day, it'll be like this until January. It's awfully numbing.

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asterism OP wrote

it's sad this makes me happy.

Makes sense to me. That'd make me happy.

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kano wrote

Yesterday I made 4-5 litres of pesto from nasturtium. I also helped my housemate make a script to download youtube vidoes and extract a transcript from the audio. Probably will go dumpstering tonight, I just hope it stops snowing by then.

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kano wrote

To spread on bread, and for noodles with sauce. Or whatever any of my housemates want to use it for. I froze most of it, for random times when no one wants to cook, then we can just defrost some and have easy pasta with sauce.

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kano wrote

I would just use it as the sauce I meant. I put walnuts which I toasted in a pan. I've had walnut nasturtium pesto before and I think its pretty good. I also put lots of olive oil, garlic, salt, pepper and yeast flakes.

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kinshavo wrote

Hey, didn't know that you could eat those. We have them at our community garden growing like hell

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kano wrote (edited )

It depends, in English there are two plant genera called nasturtium. I mean this one, genus tropaeolum. You can definitely eat the stems leaves and flowers. I don't know if the species in my garden has edible roots, but some species you can also eat the roots. The stems flowers and leaves are spicy like mustard or wasabi. That being said I'm pretty sure you can eat the plants in the genus nasturtium too.

They grow very well in our garden too. We have two extremely large plants, I couldn't harvest half of it.

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