A Day In The A Blue Mountains.

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Friday, 27 April 2012

Day 118/366

Autumn Harvest.


  1. Ah there's nothing like home grown!
    I was wondering of that root was ginger, but I see it's J.A.. I've never used it... Enjoy your produce! :-)

  2. Home grown, how wonderful! :)

  3. Jerusalem artichokes are easy to grow and under ideal conditions can become a bit weedy. We serve them as a condiment, unpeeled, scrubbed, left whole and baked. They can cause stomach upset in some people as they are high in inulin. Eaten in small quantities they seem to cause me no problems. I think they are delicious and worth a try.


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