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    a miele family easter 2019.

    a miele family easter 2019.

    7 1 1 hour ago
    Some wild ginger. The last picture is from a few weeks ago, which is why it's that darker color. I love the smell of ginger.
#plants #ginger

    Some wild ginger. The last picture is from a few weeks ago, which is why it's that darker color. I love the smell of ginger.
    #plants #ginger

    1 0 1 hour ago

    6 3 1 hour ago
    Embora seja curta a vida que nos é dada pela natureza, é eterna a memória de uma vida bem empregada.
-Cícero

    Embora seja curta a vida que nos é dada pela natureza, é eterna a memória de uma vida bem empregada.
    -Cícero

    8 2 1 hour ago
    That day walking up to the waterfall was full of so much information Ive forgotten so much of it already! Things I do remember: Wild Ginger is used (not so much nowadays) as a natutal shampoo! We all climbed out of the waterfall, our friend disappeared for a few minutes and came back with our very own "bottle" each! You hold the flower upside down and squeeze gently, the liquid comes out very quickly! Brush through hair with fingers and done! I felt my hair did love this treatment, but it's hard to tell as my hair does love salty water so it's been pretty happy recently with all of the lagoon swims. You can also hang the roots to dry to use in cooking but these ones are a little young.

Passionfruit flowers come in all shapes and sizes! This flower that looks like it's from one of the alien movies is a poisonous species, but how cool is that flora!! Itty bitty little alien eggs ready to burst out and infect someone. Deadly beauty. Well at least in my own head thats what I see.

We also learnt how to catch fresh water shrimp with just a tshirt! That was all a bit exciting. Cant lie though, when I put my hand under a rock to try to flush one myy palm landed right on one! I may have squealed like a little kid and stayed with visually overseeing the entire project rather than actively hunting them 🤣

These red berries are very hard, you dont eat the skin (there is some debate on how dangerous these are to eat however  the "we've been doing this for year, how bad can it be" logic prevailed so we all tried some!) Like a very mild peanut with a subtle chilli flavour. Even better when "popped" over a high heat in some oil!

And then lastly, the tiger balm plant! I dont know how these are used but it's always exciting to see, touch and smell something that usually comes in a jar! Really, that day was so special and we are so grateful to our friends for spending so much time and sharing their knowledge with us! A day to remember.

    That day walking up to the waterfall was full of so much information Ive forgotten so much of it already! Things I do remember: Wild Ginger is used (not so much nowadays) as a natutal shampoo! We all climbed out of the waterfall, our friend disappeared for a few minutes and came back with our very own "bottle" each! You hold the flower upside down and squeeze gently, the liquid comes out very quickly! Brush through hair with fingers and done! I felt my hair did love this treatment, but it's hard to tell as my hair does love salty water so it's been pretty happy recently with all of the lagoon swims. You can also hang the roots to dry to use in cooking but these ones are a little young.

    Passionfruit flowers come in all shapes and sizes! This flower that looks like it's from one of the alien movies is a poisonous species, but how cool is that flora!! Itty bitty little alien eggs ready to burst out and infect someone. Deadly beauty. Well at least in my own head thats what I see.

    We also learnt how to catch fresh water shrimp with just a tshirt! That was all a bit exciting. Cant lie though, when I put my hand under a rock to try to flush one myy palm landed right on one! I may have squealed like a little kid and stayed with visually overseeing the entire project rather than actively hunting them 🤣

    These red berries are very hard, you dont eat the skin (there is some debate on how dangerous these are to eat however the "we've been doing this for year, how bad can it be" logic prevailed so we all tried some!) Like a very mild peanut with a subtle chilli flavour. Even better when "popped" over a high heat in some oil!

    And then lastly, the tiger balm plant! I dont know how these are used but it's always exciting to see, touch and smell something that usually comes in a jar! Really, that day was so special and we are so grateful to our friends for spending so much time and sharing their knowledge with us! A day to remember.

    4 2 2 hours ago
    Happy Easter from this ginger. ❤

    Happy Easter from this ginger. ❤

    4 2 2 hours ago
    He’s ready for hiking through the Scottish forest

    He’s ready for hiking through the Scottish forest

    25 1 15 April, 2019

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