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Strawberries, sunshine -taste of summer


Text: Carl Grinde Date: 30 August 2011
Uppdated 12 Augusti 2012


Strawberry info
strawberry Google images
strawberry dessert Google images
chocolate dipped strawberries Google images
strawberry cake
strawberry jam
cornflour-sponge-cake
strawberry-coffee-cake

Forest and nature:
Nationalgeographic
Forestscene.com
digitale-naturfotos
states-of-art,links


Strawberries are delicious, maybe the best you can eat? Think of ice cream and whipped cream, waffles or some pancakes .. If you have your own strawberry patch, you can get them in the summer whenever you want.
Sites like pine needles on the strawberry patch (certainly not spruce needles). Pine makes the soil a little acidic, and the strawberry plants likes that. On top of that, you can add a layer of straws, hay, leaves, etc. and then you will have a covering cultivated garden where you do not need watering as much as the cover keeps the soil moist. You do not need to pick weeds as often as the cover of mulch prevents them to come up. Cutted grass from the lawn is very good to use. Plus a net which prevent the birds from feasting all the goodies.

Strawberry recipes!
http://acookinglife.typepad.com/a_cooking_life/2007/06/sun-cooked-frui.html
http://foodsforlonglife.blogspot.com/2009/06/how-to-make-organic-low-sugar.html
http://christensenka.squarespace.com/imported-20100106014405/2010/6/8/sugar-free-strawberry-rhubarb-jam-gluten-free-vegan-acd-opti.html
http://www.canningwithkids.com/blog/2010/05/strawberry-lavender-jam.html
http://www.figswithbri.com/?p=1630
http://myenchanteddandelions.blogspot.com/2009/05/strawberry-freezer-jam.html
http://www.aces.uiuc.edu/vista/html_pubs/STRWBRY/berry.html
http://www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk/articles/how-to-make-jam
http://tigressinajam.blogspot.com
http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2009/08/canning-101-and-strawberry-jam-part-1/comment-page-2




Rhubarb recipes
http://www.acatinthekitchen.com/?cat=15
http://dessertfirst.typepad.com
http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2009/06/rhubarb-berry-jam
http://www.rhubarbinfo.com/jam
http://www.vintagesavoirfaire.com/food/rhubarb-cake/
Rhubarb apple vanilla jam
http://cookalmostanything.blogspot.com/2006/08/sugar-high-friday-22.html











Store jam for a year without a freezer
Put the jar in boiling water and then pour in the boiling jam directly so the jar is almost full. Put the lid on quick. Use a tool to put the jar in the hot water. Put the jar upside down. When the berries get gold they shrink. This will create a vaccum inside the jar. When you turn the jar straight up again the lid is tight to the jar. No air will come in and no mold. Store the jar in a dark and not to warm place. It can be stored for one or several years if done right. This technique would save much energy and electricity if many people used it.
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