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dividing comfrey one excellent way to become more self-reliant about improving soil fertility is to grow comfrey. comfrey is a perennial herb, related to borage, also known as knit-bone or boneset…also known as a terrible weed. amazing how terrible weeds like dandelion, nettle, comfrey, are actually so terribly good at taking care of our needs. comfrey’s taproot plumbs the depths of the earth, bringing up more minerals and well-balanced goodness than a hen can poop. certainly more than chemist could mix. when i have plenty of comfrey, i shall plant it around my fruit trees to pull up nutrition from deep in the soil; then cut back the leaves from time to time (say, when they’re a couple of feet tall) to mulch the tree. their broad leaves shade the tree roots, too, thank you. i’d feed it to my chickens, and the goats too. i’d make a comfrey tea to feed to other plants, as you would with nettle – simply cover with water, or not, put a lid on it, and allow to decompose til liquid. then dilute to use. smelly yet effective. if anyone in my family shatters a bone again, boneset makes an excellent poultice. now, i’d like to have plenty of comfrey plants, but one must tread the line carefully. common comfrey will self-seed until there’s nothing in your garden but its offspring, and once established, that root is determined to stay. on the other hand, bocking 14 doesn’t self-seed very well, so it stays put – then if you want more comfrey, there’s nothing to do but dig it up and divide it. luckily, that’s easy. have a look. to propagate comfrey, dig up a healthy plant over a year old. pull apart and even cut your root pieces, plant them just below the surface of the soil, and keep them watered. at the lakehouse, some creature regarded this as a root vegetable buffet, so it may be worth laying an old screen on top for a bit if you’ve got voracious squirrels or other root thieves lurking. then let everyone thrive on your useful weeds. posted on 1 march 2016 by elisa posted in kitchen garden, spring | tagged chickens, gardening, health, orchard, traditional feta cheese some friends came round for a day of cheesemaking. feta! we followed the recipe from mary karlin’s excellent artisan cheesemaking at home, reprinted below with kind permission. little by little i’m becoming accustomed to the basic steps in cheesemaking, and if you’re so inclined, i so encourage you to try it. cleaning and laying out tools. raising the milk to temperature, adding the starter, whisking it up and down. covering for a certain time to ripen until whey and curds separate and show a clean break. cutting the curds to a certain size, depending on how much whey to release. stirring them, letting them rest. lining a colander with damp butter muslin, filling it with curds, tying it up and hanging it to drain. these natural waiting times are just right for sitting down with the children to knit, preparing a meal, or going outside to play. we were excited to go a step further than other cheeses we’ve tried at home, and move the sack to a mold, and flip it after an hour. though a press isn’t required, the cheese acquires a very pleasing shape. a square mould would’ve been traditional, but do use what you have. there’s something wonderful that happens when you see it – a cheese! this familiar object! the children were as amazed as i. they helped with it all. i love for them to know how this is done, that this is possible, even easy. this comfort with old skills is often absent from our lives, and i feel good when it is restored. how gratifying it is to submerge the cheese in a light cold brine. three weeks wait makes tasting the cheese all the more exciting. ah. this feta is very pleasing, and we can’t help peeking into the fridge with pleasure, to gaze on our homemade cheese. we’ll make it again come summer with milk from the goats on the farm, to pair with our homegrown tomatoes, basil, peppers. here’s the recipe: recipes attributed to mary karlin (c), reprinted by permission from artisan cheese making at home, ten speed press; artisancheesemakingathome.com and mastering fermentation, ten speed press; masteringfermentation.com feta makes: 1 pound milk: pasteurised or raw goat’s milk, or alternatively cow’s or sheep’s milk start to finish: 4 to 26 days: 2 ½ hours to make the cheese; 4 hours to drain; 5 days to cure dry salted; 21 days to cure in brine (optional) 1 gallon goat’s milk ¼ teaspoon mild lipase powder diluted in ¼ cup cool non-cholorinated water 20 minutes before using (optional) ¼ teaspoon aroma b powdered mesophilic starter culture ¼ teaspoon liquid calcium carbonate diluted in ¼ cup cool non-chlorinated water (omit of using raw milk) ½ teaspoon liquid rennet diluted in ¼ cup cool non-chlorinated water 2 to 4 tablespoons flake sea salt or kosher salt kosher salt or cheese salt for brining (optional) 1.read through the recipe and review any terms and techniques you aren’t familiar with. assemble your equipment, supplies and ingredients, including a dairy or kitchen thermometer; clean and sterilize your equipment as needed and lay it out on clean kitchen towels. 2.in a nonreactive, heavy 6-quart stockpot, combine the milk and the diluted lipase, if using, gently whisking the lipase into the milk using an up-and-down motion for 20 strokes. place over low heat and slowly heat the milk to 86f. this should take 18 to 20 minutes. turn off the heat. 3.when the milk is at temperature, sprinkle the starter over the milk and let rehydrate for 2 minutes. whisk the starter into the milk to incorporate, using an up-and-sown motion for 20 strokes. cover and, maintaining the temperature at 86f, let the milk ripen for 2 hour. (refer to page 17 for tips on maintaining curds or milk at a steady temperature for a period of time.) 4.add the diluted calcium chloride to the ripened milk and gently stir with a whisk using and up-and-down motion for 1 minute. add the diluted rennet and incorporated in the same way cover and maintain at 86f for 1 hour, or until the curds form a solid mass with light yellow whey floating on top and show a clean break (see page 18). if there is no clean break after 1 hour, test again in 15 minutes. 5.cut the curds into ½-inch pieces (see page 19) still maintaining a temperature of 86f, allow them to sit undisturbed for 10 minutes. using a rubber spatula, gently stir the curds for 20 minutes to release more whey and keep the curds from matting. the curds will look more pillow-like at the end of this process. if you want a firmer curd, raise the temperature to 90f for this step. let the curds rest for 5 minutes, undisturbed, still at temperature. the curds will settle to the bottom of the pot. 6.line a colander with clean damp cheesecloth or butter muslin and, using a slotted spoon, transfer the curds to the colander. tie the corners of the cloth together to create a draining sack (see page 20) then let drain for 2 hours, or until the whey has stopped dripping. the curds should form a solid ass and feel firm; if not, let them dry for another hour. if you desire a more uniform shape, after ½ hour of draining in the colander, transfer the sack to a square cheese mold or plastic mesh tomato basket set over a draining rack. line the mold with the sack curds, press the cheese out into the corners of the mold and finish draining. remove the cheese from the cloth and flip it over every hour in this draining process to help even out the texture and firm up the cheese. 7.when it is drained, transfer the cheese to a bowl. cut it into 1-inch-thick slices and then into 1-inch cubes. sprinkle the chunks with flake sea salt, making sure all the surface are covered. loosely cover the bowl with a lid or plastic wrap and allow to age in the salt for 5 days in the refrigerator. check daily and pour off and expelled whey. the feta can be used at this point or stored in a brine. or for a saltier flavor, dry salt and refrigerate for 24 to 36 hours then transfer to alight brine (see page 24) to finish for another 21 days. if the finished cheese is too salty for your taste, soak the cheese in nonchlorinated water for 1 hour, then let drain before using. feta can be stored for a few months in a brine. thanks ever so much, mary. we adore your books. posted on 24 february 2016 by elisa posted in autumn, kitchen garden | tagged cheesemaking, children, goats, handmade, heritage, kitchen, learning, milk, traditional the 1940’s beds, improved curiously, when we assembled the antique beds after painting them, the beds did not look like this: instead, each bed lay at an angle, attaching a couple of inches higher at the headboard than at the footboard! what on earth were they thinking? have decades of children slept on a hill? did someone in 1940’s england believe it to be healthier to sleep on an incline? apparently some folks do. or was it an error of production? nor was that the only problem. if one used the box springs, the mattresses sat higher than the top of the footboard in the most unappealing way. without them, there were no supports for a mattress. mystified, we set about putting it right with my fathers’s kind help. my grandfather’s hand-drill was just the thing to bore new holes. best to be precise on this kind of piece. being thorough, and taking pity on me, he not only levelled the frame but also cut down store-bought slats, attaching metal along the edge to contain them. very comfortable! this is fiddly work, but i highly recommend it if you’ve an old bed to update. do learn from my mistake – never purchase antique furniture unless you can see it properly assembled, or you’re up for a big project. our children adore their level, slatted, painted, new-and-improved vintage beds. good night! posted on 19 february 2016 by elisa posted in autumn, workshop | tagged furniture, painting, vintage, woodwork herbal cough syrup we like to forage for plants in early autumn that support our health through winter illnesses. a very timely medicinal harvest, like the nettles in spring. some years i’ve made elderberry cordial, others, rosehip cordial. the following simple homemade herbal cough syrup includes both, plus hibiscus and honey for a delicious variation without refined sugar. if you can forage the ingredients fresh – brilliant! luckily, the dried versions available at herbal shops are also great, so you can make this remedy anytime you need it. my tall girl spotted elderberries growing just next door to our friend’s place, as we set off on a walk while our dried herbs were infusing! we used dried elderberries. add rosehips and hibiscus to these, about 1 part each to 2 parts elderberry. simmer these until very soft in just less than double the weight in water as you have in herbs. so, if you have 500g of herbs, use about 900ml of water. strain them through a scalded cloth. you can hang this to drain overnight if you like, to get every last bit. once the infusion has cooled, pour in raw honey – 1 part honey to 2 parts herbal infusion. stir it up gently and store it in small, very clean bottles in the fridge til required! we take a spoonful when we feel a sore throat coming on. (i reserve the stewed herbs to make an infused vinegar, too.) stay well! posted on 8 february 2016 by elisa posted in autumn, kitchen garden | tagged cordial, elderberry, health, recipe, remedy, rosehips sewing desk finds we did bit of rummaging into the drawers of my grandmother’s antique treadle table as we set it up as a writing desk for our tall girl. can you identify these tools? screwdriver, yes. pleasingly, it fits another bentwood sewing machine box just perfectly! but what are the others? a bit of carpet, a powder brush, a cork, a large piece of chalk, the usual buttons and bobbins. i do love these sorts of aged treasures. why are some things saved and stowed? what will i keep that my grandchildren won’t recognise? such curious stories. posted on 2 february 2016 by elisa posted in autumn, tried & true | tagged antique, finds, grandmother, history, sewing, treadle, vintage post navigation ← older posts ~mailing list~ get the postcards ~connect~ ~recently~ dividing comfrey feta cheese the 1940’s beds, improved herbal cough syrup sewing desk finds search ~journals~kitchen garden tried & true workshop ~archives~autumn winter spring summer ~shop~ ~about~ appleturnover is an arts & crafts studio nestled inside a 100-year old orchard on salt spring island. 1½ acres of farmland feel like a walled kitchen garden, a food forest, with ponds, arbours, a tiny house, a root cellar. meet our foraging chickens, and soon, ducks, goats... read more elisa rathje draws on heritage methods and old-world tools, in pursuit of simple living. read more ~instagram~ follow @appleturnover ~twitter~porch decor. @ salt spring island, bc https://t.co/ze7emkfmgq about 19 hours agothe sheepshed (currently sheepless) and toolshed are at their most charming in the snow. @ salt… https://t.co/wwksakstcx about 20 hours ago~schoolhouse~ quilting squares quilting triangles cabled handwarmers cabled mittens © elisa rathje 2009-2016


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