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1/14/12 10:55 P

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Hi and Welcome.
I wondering in your opossom grape vine is what we in North Carolina call muscadine or scuppernong grapes?

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1/11/12 7:39 P

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My mother loves pickled beets made of vinegar onions and disc slices of fresh beets and a little sugar. I learned to love them served hot or cold. I have since learned they do not love me back any more. The sulfite content disrupts my hard working liver backs up as inflammation and migraine headache and stops me from eating them at this time. Enjoy a steamy serving for me. high in iron!

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1/11/12 2:43 P

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1/10/12 7:54 P

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Just poke them with a fork a few times, roast them anywhere from 350 to 375 for 45 minutes or longer if they are big. Like a potato, they are done when a fork goes in easily. They are easiest to peel while still a little warm.

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1/10/12 6:53 P

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MmmMMmmm Roasted. That sounds good, I have never had them roasted.

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1/10/12 12:54 P

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Welcome!
I make pickled beets each year. That's the only way I've kept them. Otherwise we eat a lot in salads or roasted.

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1/10/12 10:59 A

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I just joined this group. I dont remember a time when I didnt garden on some level. Not always successfully. LOL. We have just moved from a home with a small yard to a home on 1 acer. So I plan on doing a larger garden this year. We have a couple more loads to move from the old place. First is about a pick up truck load of canning jars. The other load (or 2) will be my covered lawn swing, a kids swing set and a patio double bench swing. Then dig up some bulbs and plants that need moved. Included in the transplanting is a concord grape vine and a opossom grape vine. Anyone know anything about opossom grapes? I LOVE them. This vine was started a few years back from seed and I think it is just about ready to start producing. The are usually found out in the wild way up in the top of a tree, but I have a nice place in mind to put in somewhat of a pagola and let it go...

i love beets, but my husband does not. anyone know a way to store them, or best way to keep them through the winter. I remember my grand parents (i lived with them on a dairy until I was 10) kept things like this in the cellar. We are about to have a cellar put in and im wondering about using it as a root cellar as well. anyone have thoughts about this?

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