Yes we do have jam but we're not eating it at the moment - we might though... As for stevia, we're not big fans of the taste to be honestI thought you grew hibiscus? no jam in the cupboard ?? also the calyx has natural source of pectin. and where is your stevia patch???
I do want to try this!There's no reason why you couldn't grow a container or 3 of rice (not the dry type Australia grows but the water growing type).
Thanks Clissa and we do have a breadmaker too. I must admit trying my best to work that cornmeal into a reasonable dough and it isn't the easiest thing to doNow re your cornbread situation. To make the gluten and starch more elastic, use hand-hot water in place of tap cold.
If you have a bread maker, put your dough in there for 15-30mins to knead. Let the machine do the hard work.
The resulting dough will be far better. Also, use 2tbsp oil or fat per 1.5cups plain flour or ground grain as well to make a very sticky dough.
Prove in a very warm place 40mins after it's been in the breadmaker to knead.
I wish we could but we practically ate most of our sweet potato before this experiment and it doesn't grow well through winter here, unfortunately...I've seen your video on how to grow a ton of sweet potato and they make absolutely great chips for snacking on and you can store them frozen or dried to turn into chips when needed.