When I do things, I tend to do them with all my heart, even if they are small things.
My little tiny micro farm is an example of this…. I love it and I want it to be fruitful.
My chickens produce eggs, I incubate and sell chicks, we eat the meat if we need to, we feed the shells back to the chickens.
This week I made violet syrup and jelly as well as lavender jelly. These are things I foraged from my yard. I plan to make dandelion jelly as well this week, goodness knows we have enough of them!
Nothing goes to waste here, I put my heart into making every little thing count. Some times, I might go overboard…
But, sometimes it pays off. Several months ago, after brewing 6 gallons of mead with my friend Shannon I reserved the cloudy bit at the bottom and added apple cider vinegar ‘mother’. Months went by….
This week I tasted it….
Crystal clear, light, lemony and delightful, perfect for a spring salad…
Mead vinegar is delicious!
I am bottling it and hoping to provide it for sale along with the syrups, jams, jellys, eggs and other small bits of produce from my big heart, small time, micro farm in the city.