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Old Jan 19, 2006, 1:11 pm   #1
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sweet peppers and cucumbers.

Dave, got a great site for sweet pepper seeds, including many types of paprika seeds, hot and sweet, Happy you might find this one interesting too, http://www.reimerseeds.com/
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Old Jan 19, 2006, 2:30 pm   #2
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mike, Thanks for the headsup on the seed company. I think I'm going to try a couple of their paprika offerings.

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Old Jan 19, 2006, 3:58 pm   #3
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Thanks miker, it's getting close to that time isn't it. I'm going to do a lot more shell beans this year and some different kinds of tomatoes.
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Old Jan 19, 2006, 4:11 pm   #4
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Cheese

http://wisconsincheesemart.com/advan...b63c33efc1befe
I'm pretty sure shroom vaccum will read this: I found the sap sago cheese. If you search for "sapsago cheese" you won't find near as much as "sap saga cheese". I'm thinking about ordering some to try. I called the toll free number to check on shipping and the guy said for $7.95 they ship up to three pounds of cheese to Ohio, I imagine Michigan would be about the same. If you order 100 pounds, shipping is free. I was looking over the site and wondered if it would be worth going together to place a large order of all different kinds of cheeses. It would cost me some to ship each person there share but it might be worth it to have the chance to sample many different kinds of cheeses.
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Old Jan 19, 2006, 10:30 pm   #5
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If anyone is interested please chime in!
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Old Jan 21, 2006, 10:48 am   #6
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Was in a local bakery yesterday, selling them black walnuts, ground peppers etc. As I was turning to leave something in the glass case caught my eye, SAP SAGA CHEESE!!!! I couldn't believe it. Three ounces was $5.95, not as good of a deal as the mail order place but I had to buy one. The guy suggested mixing it with blue cheese. I had just bought some the day before so when I got home I opened both and had a sample with some crackers. That sap saga tastes like nothing I have ever had. The wife kept going on about how bad the smell was but that turned out to be the blue cheese. Anyone want a sample of the sap saga?
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Steo, sap saga is a great cheese, next time you make lasagna, add some to it
If any of you internet seed hunters, come across lucky strike pickling cucumber seeds, please post a link, can't find em anymore,mike
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Old Jan 21, 2006, 4:37 pm   #8
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Try this one: lucky strike pickling cucumber seeds Scroll down to near the bottom of the page.


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Old Jan 23, 2006, 1:39 am   #9
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If anybody is interested in pickling cukes this year, this be the plant! 40 plants in 2 per mound, 20 mounds produced over 300 lbs of cukes,mike
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Alright! In that case (ratio cukes to plant) I plan on planting a bunch.
Maybe 2 or 3.
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