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Mango and Mulberry Cuttings | Re-Grown | Home Grown

Tried many times and finally succeeded at growing cuttings from Mum and Dad’s Mango and over 100-year-old Mulberry tree.

Decided to transplant it into a self watering-pot [no idea if they are any good compared to a wicking bed] since there was signs of new growth in the mango cutting.

While transplanting, I didn’t notice any root system in the mango cutting. Didn’t want to disturb the mulberry cutting so didn’t see any roots either. I had them in a zip lock bag mini green house outside.

So.. should I leave them be? Or should I put a bag over them to re-create the green house effect?

Thank you so much,

New leaves growing in the mango cutting
New leaves growing in the mango cutting
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Store Bought Re-Grown Ginger | Home Grown | Re-Use Milk Bottles

After COUNTLESS attempt at growing ginger I finally have 1 that succeeded out of the 3 bottles I made.

So since I have never got to this stage before, I have no idea what to do/ not to do next.

At the moment I have placed it in a zip lock bag outside to keep it moist as I am unable to water it daily over the weekend. I am worried it might cook in the bag. So should i leave it outside with a little opening, or should I just zip it all up and bring it inside?

Please advise,

It is alive!!!^^
It is alive!!!^^ Has grown a shoot and a root that I can see which I covered up with more soil.
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Wicking Bed 2 | Re-Use | Home DIY

Our 2nd raised garden wicking bed! Unfortunately the frame was not strong enough and a few weeks after, it collapsed on us! So all our hard work and effort to sand, paint the frame was all wasted!

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finished wicking bed all done.

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Gluten Free Brazilian Cheesy Dinner Rolls [pão de queijo]| Baking Advetures | Kenwood Cooking Chef

Been meaning to bake these Brazilian pão de queijo for a while now since I was on the gluten-free diet.

But since then, I have been told by my doctor that it won’t work for me. So I am off it but still bake for those with gluten intolerance.

This recipe  is from Flavor City modified for the Kenwood Cooking Chef. However for this recipe all you need is a blender :p


The finished product :)
For some reason, different muffin tins produced different paos. The finished product 🙂

Check out the recipe below ^^

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