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Apothecara: Pinch of Wisdom

 

A Pinch of Wisdom from INDIANAPOLIS CITY MARKET

U-Relish Farm shares timeless traditions

 

Indianapolis –  Featured in the September issue of the Indianapolis Monthly, Cara Dafforn, Executive Manager will offer wisdom to master the household economy.  This keeper of the hearth,  draws upon her study of the civil war as a Living Historian with MidStates Living History Association.  This content furthers the Indiana Bicentennial celebration in the historic hall of agriculture: Indianapolis City Market.

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Laundry Room Wildcrafting is a penny pinching guide to traditional household skills that save money. Learn low cost ways to store your backyard harvest and the secrets from the “Apothecara”.  The following topics can be done as individual segments for television or radio interviews or as an autumn series.

 

Dehydrating on the Dashboard

 

Too many Tomatoes: Tomato powder is a frugal alternative to paste

 

Sage Words: What is the rub?

 

Tisane Shabam: Herbal Infusions

 

Seed Saving: Dry Storage preparations

 

Thyme for the harvest: Frost alert and what you need to harvest now.

 

U-Relish Farm • Indianapolis City Market http://www.indycm.com  • 222 East Market Street,

 Indianapolis, IN •46204 • @CaraDafforn • www.u-relish.com

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About U-Relish Farm – Opening its first franchise in 2010 at the Winter’s Market of the Original Farmer’s Market in Indianapolis.  U-Relish Farm’ is dedicated to helping families and individuals manage their money more effectively through the use of a slow cooker. U-Relish Farms progress can be found on Facebook and Twitter.  This is another Project of Eel River Marketing

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