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FOOD & PLANTS

*Asterisked items are available on an on-going basis. See also http://www.ripenear.me for available produce.

Last updated 19th January, 2019

Item                                                                Notes                                                                              Value

Asparagus                             Fresh spears                                                                          1.2/ 100 gm

Bamboo                               Cutting                                                                                      3/ each

Banana Flower                    Fresh                                                                                        3/ kg

BEANS & PEAS                                Fresh                                                                            1.5/ 100 gm

7 year/Madagascan, Carob (100gm = 4 beans)

Chicken manure                 Bagged                                                                                             2/ kg

*Colloidal Silver                  Made with a Silver Well & Pureau pure water                     15/ 200 ml

Dragonfruit                          Cutting or potted plant                                                          5/ cutting, 10/ pot

Eggs                                   Fresh, free range                                                                   0.5 each

Fennel                                 Fresh                                                                                      1 each

FRUIT

Bananas, Mango, Pineapple, Pawpaw            Fresh                                                   3/ kg
Avocados, Custard apple, Guava, Lemons, Pomegranates, Dragon fruit                      1/ 100gm
Dried Fruit & Fresh Cumquots, Figs                                                                          15/ kg
Mulberries                           Fresh                                                                           5/ 100gm
Guava (pink)                   Comport, Potted ungrafted saplings                                  3/ 100 gm, 6 each

*Galangal, ginger, garlic, Chinese keys          Fresh/Frozen. Plants                                   1/ 50gm

Herbs                                See Leafy Greens                                                                    1/ 100 gm

Kombucha                         Scoby in jar tea, Kombucha tea                 8/ Scoby, 5/ litre (provide your own seal-able bottle)

*LEAFY GREENS:              Fresh, Dried, Potted Plant                                     1/ 100gm,  1/ 10gm, or 2/ plant

Basil, Bay leaves, Fennel, Garlic chives (plants with roots will keep producing [approx 4 shoots]), Lettuce, Mibuna, *Mint, Nasturtiums,*Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Spinach (various kinds), Tarragon, Tatsoi, Tumeric leaves, Thyme)

*Kaffir Lime leaves              Fresh or frozen                                                              2/ 10g

HEAVY LEAFY GREENS.          Fresh.                                                                                           5/ kg

Broccoli, Silverbeet, Pak choi, Choi Sum

Lemongrass                Tea (very soothing, also good for hair & scalp), Stems (for cooking)      2/ 25 gm, 0.5/ stem, 1/ stem with roots

Loofahs                             Dried sponge or fresh juvenile to eat                  2 each (med size – 16 x 7 cm), 5/ kg

*Macadamia nut trees           Saplings in the pot                                                                    6/ plant

NIGHTSHADES

Chillies (various kinds)         Red and green, large, not too hot         1.5/100 gm, 1/100 gm frozen, 2/100gm dried
Eggplants                           Fresh, frozen pulp                                                              4/ kg, 8/ kg
Tomatoes                             Fresh, various kinds                                                            1/ 100gm

Nuts (macadamia, pecan)       Fresh kernels                                                                         4/ 100 gm

Pawpaw                               Saplings                                                                                   3/ plant

Pumpkin                              Fresh                                                                                             3/ kg

ROOTS                                     Fresh                                                                                              4/ kg

*Arrowroot, Sweet potato, *Yam/Taro
*Tumeric     Powdered, as dried chips or as rhizomes (bulb)    1.5/ 25 gm, 1/ 60 gm rhizome

*Salt                                        Ground or granules                                                               1/ 10gm

SEEDS                                 Edibles &/or for planting                                                            1/ 10 gm

Amaranth

SUCCULENTS      Fresh, frozen, cuttings or plants with roots             2/ 100 gm fresh/frozen, 2/plant

*Ghost Plant, *Aloe Vera

Tamarind                             Frozen peeled beans, paste                                          1/ 100 gm, 1.5/ 100gm

Water, rain                          Filtered, unfiltered                                                             .50/ litre, .25/ litre

Value (a rough estimate of cost of production) = BrisLETS Units or $s.  (For example 2/ 5 gm means $2 per 5 grams.) All produce is for barter to known locals by preference. Please check our wants on CES BLCE1533 of BLCE4104 and/or StreetBank or Ripenear.me (you need to register for them) or send an email and ask me.  Please note that some values may be subject to change as the quantities are estimates and may not have been weighed and sold before. Accuracy is not a preoccupation and Value is only shown here for those traders and circumstances for whom it is a concern.

Delivery postage = extra dollars or pick up from Coopers Plains.

KaffirLeave&Turnip

Kaffir lime leaves & turnip Oct 2014

Jan 2013 flooding

Jan 2013 flooding

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2 comments on “FOOD & PLANTS

  1. Nona
    June 4, 2013

    What an interesting and fabulous garden

  2. Pingback: Lettuce available! | Equanimity Foundation

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