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Natalie Buehler (Marigoldsloft)
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I am a craft blogger, knitter, reader and product reviewer.
I am a craft blogger, knitter, reader and product reviewer.

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Barley Soup in Storage
Over the last two weeks I have shared my dehydrating journey that leads up to packaging what I have recently dried into some convenient "soup-in-a-bag" meals. I did promise to share what I put into my bags with you, so here is the recipe for your convenienc...

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New Gadget - Soyabella
As we really like to have smoothies for breakfast in our home, I have been on the lookout for an easier way to make nut milks. The commercial milks available, although they taste good, come with a couple of additives and the price is not too shabby either! ...

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Latest Warps
Here are some of my latest warps that are currently being worked on at the weaving studio. And lastly, here is a weaving FO which I have finally finished :) This is a set of table runner, place-mats and kitchen towel. x

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More Veg Dehydrating
This past week I continued on my dehydrated veggie prep for some soup storage (Meals in a bag) I dried: grated celeriac, chopped cabbage, and sliced carrots. All of the veg was blanched and the carrots were also sprayed with lemon juice before heading into ...

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Gouda
Next on my list of cheeses to try (as well as my bucket list for February ) was Gouda. Above you see the cheese fresh out of the brine. Now what I noticed at this stage is that either the curds did not knit together properly, or that those marks are from my...

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Spray Dyeing Cloth
Last week I needed to create a birthday gift and so I decided to spray dye a pull tied bag as a WIP bag for socks :) To dye this bag I needed: A cotton pull tie bag, washed Fashion spray - fabric spray dye a stencil some cardboard to place inside the bag a ...

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Baked Beans
I have always wanted to try and make baked beans on my own. Not the american kind with bacon, the English kind, the one that goes down a treat with a real English breakfast, or any old time of the day on toast or with mash and sausage :) I found a recipe on...

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Dehydrating for Storage
Last week I managed to dehydrate a couple of things which is always great! I am processing a couple of veggies for some soup mixes which I plan to add to storage. All of my veg gets dehydrated at between 50 - 60 degrees Celsius. On the first day I dehydrate...
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