Wiggly Wigglers are fab indeed – I’ve bought loads from them, mainly seeds, bokashi composting bran, and flowers for gifts.
“Bokashi composting bran” – now that’s something I’ve never heard of before, though perhaps it will be old hat in a few months time? I recently ordered a “Green Joanna” Compost bin through Wiltshire Council at the bargain price of £24 (shipping included). Food digestion in my garden – seems kinda like a no-brainer for a vegetarian.
Thank you to everyone who participated with such thoughtful comments, including this inventive idea from Simon Beaumont for a potato-based pizza base!
My favourite thing to do with potatoes is make them into pizza bases! Just boil up a good handful and when soft mash, then add enough butter and flour until it all forms together into a ball. At this point add in garlic, herbs or anything you fancy to spice it up a bit. Then roll it out into a buttered baking tray, cover in tomato and/or garlic paste and then add whatever you like as toppings.
Well, that’s certainly going on my to-try list when the spuds arrive. Who knows, maybe by then I’ll have rebuilt my recently imploded clay oven.
Speaking of spuds, my own Pink Firs have been tenderly sown into their destination pot. But I’m still left with way more Pink Firs and Donbar Rovers than I need. Anyone keen for a seed swap? (Ahem, Genevieve?)