sonic: Finished another baby cardi, but haven't sewn it together. I hate sewing up knitting!
Sept 16, 2020 2:48:27 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Geeze sonic, hope it's negative - please keep us updated.
Sept 16, 2020 9:28:27 GMT 10
sonic: Will do. You only have to cough or sneeze over here and 'it's Covid'. I'm pretty sure it's a cold, but apparently my boss is an expert diagnostic (over the phone I might add!)
Sept 16, 2020 17:45:24 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Well, hopefully your boss is wrong about this one.
Sept 16, 2020 18:09:45 GMT 10
sonic: My test kit was just delivered...by Amazon! They really do deliver everything
Sept 17, 2020 2:22:38 GMT 10
blueshoes: hope it comes back all clear sonic
Sept 17, 2020 12:45:41 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Just over 20mm rain today - cold, windy & wet!
Sept 17, 2020 13:47:05 GMT 10
dirtdiva: Good morning all
Sept 17, 2020 22:46:48 GMT 10
SA Hunter: G'day DD - 11.53pm - just finished work - quick surf on the net, then off to the farter for an early start in the morning.
Sept 18, 2020 0:22:55 GMT 10
sonic: Test results came back this morning. I do NOT have the Kung Flu.
Sept 19, 2020 21:38:38 GMT 10
sonic: Oh and good afternoon! I got a bit giddy there.
Sept 19, 2020 23:37:50 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Great News Sonic.
Sept 20, 2020 20:26:16 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Hi all - been away for a bit - checking out the Rocket launch out past Ceduna.
Sept 20, 2020 20:39:47 GMT 10
Anyone found any decent cheese for mid to long term storage or do you just dehydrate/can your own? Own your own goat/cow/camel...?
Found a place to buy cheese power from and another recent Australian seller of freeze dried cheese cubes but so far as I am aware not much on the Australian market and the Kraft (or whatever it is called now) cheese tins are not for sale in Australia.
Watched a few videos on creating cheese from powdered milk but would rather try for alternative and leave that for a plan B.
Depending on what you want to spend; there are cheeses that are improve with age like some wines do. You'd have to own a cellar to keep them properly though. They'd basically be investment grade cheese ... buy them young from artisan makers and increase their value by careful aging upto 10 years. Then eat them if they aren't needed for other reasons. It's a win-win if you have the coin to do it.
Post by herbgarden on Jan 10, 2020 13:35:58 GMT 10
I think Bega also has a canned cheese. Kraft cheese I think is now called Dairylea. I still see the square boxes of plastic foil wrapped cheese, the mini wheel of triangles & the cheese slices/singles but no tins/cans available in Australia.
Had a quick search for the red feather butter, will have to keep an eye out for that but don't recall seeing it in local IGA.