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Caliente Mustard by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 10:59am Caliente Mustard: improves soil structure - as a green manure suppresses soil disease and weeds - as a  biofumigant green manure Caliente Mustard produces a naturally occurring biofumigant gas (isothiocyanate (ITC)) when its plant cells are damaged (by crushing or chopping). This gas suppresses a range of: soil-borne d ... Read on »
Chocolate Conchas by Ben H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Dec 2009 12:00am Mexican people love sweet breads. A cup of coffee accompanied with a pastry has been a long lasting tradition. There are bakeries everywhere in the monster city (my beloved Mexico City). In a radius of 1 mile around my parents’ restaurant there were 3  of them that filled the air with the delicious aroma of fresh ... Read on »
Incorporating Caliente Mustard into the Soil by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Sep 2009 10:00pm The Caliente Mustard sown in July has been chopped up and incorporated into the soil. The mustard was chopped up with a flail in order to get it into very small pieces.  The more it is mashed up the better because it releases more gases. The chopped up mustard was then incoporated into the soil with a rotovator.  It must be mixed into the s ... Read on »
Pan Dulce – Conchas (A Mexican Sweet Bread) by Aparna Posted Fri 29 Jan 2010 10:10pm Pan dulce means sweet bread and it seems Mexicans love sweet bread. At least, that is what Ben says and he should know. I first saw these beautiful rolls at Ben’s blog and knew I was going to be making them (soon I hoped, unlike a lot of my bookmarks!). These rolls are pan dulce and called “Conchas” (meaning shells) referring ... Read on »
Pan Dulce – Conchas (A Mexican Sweet Bread) by Aparna Posted Fri 29 Jan 2010 11:08am Pan dulce means sweet bread and it seems Mexicans love sweet bread. At least, that is what Ben says and he should know. I first saw these beautiful rolls at Ben’s blog and knew I was going to be making them (soon I hoped, unlike a lot of my bookmarks!). These rolls are pan dulce and called “Conchas” (meaning shells) referring to the shell-like ... Read on »
Potato Cyst Nematodes reduced with Caliente Mustard by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 Apr 2011 1:37pm Caliente mustard reduces root invasion from potato cyst nematodes. The mustard should be sown, on the ground which is going to grow the potatoes, in the early autumn before the potatoes are to be planted.  The mustard is chopped up and incorporated into the soil in the spring, before potato planting. Caliente mustard releases a gas call ... Read on »
Ojo Caliente, Here We Come! by Erica P. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sat 31 Dec 2011 12:06pm Much-needed relaxation awaits. And look, Dad, helmets! - Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone Read on »
San Antonio Yoga :Caliente by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:02pm Travel never fails to provide humor & irony in the most unlikely of places. As I was having lunch yesterday esconced in the comfort of an artic temp Thai resto, the view across the road was of the Alamo Heights... Read on »
Hay Caliente! by Logan F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:24pm W e are having a heat wave where I live, north of San Francisco. We’ve had 11 consecutive days of 100-plus temperatures. It cooled a little yesterday, but our temperatures are still far above normal. Unless you go before sunrise, it’s too hot to hike in the hills, our favorite form of cardio. So it’s off to the gym with its treadmills, ellip ... Read on »
Hot, caliente, horký, varm, heet, kuum, mainit, kuuma, chaud, forró, panas, caldo, gor?cy, fierbinte, s?cak, nóng... by Jacqui Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:06am My GOD what a day! The news said the temperature was 34, but I think inside my house it was more like 39. Isa and I both slept most of the day, with wet face cloth rubdowns for Isa - which she actually enjoyed, that's how hot it was. Then we went to mum's and stayed for dinner. Isa is staying at mum's until monday when this heatwave i ... Read on »

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