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Old 12-07-2015, 11:58 AM   #11
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(what a bitch to separate!!)
You're not kidding!
I sure got my workout yesterday, good thing I was wearing garden gloves , or I probably would have cut my hands up too.
Once I got much more than I needed, I said the hell with the rest, wasn't worth the time or effort, especially considering how rarely i use the stuff. That being said, It makes a nice ornamental plant in a large pot, and even better that at the end of the season, you can cook with it
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Old 12-07-2015, 01:19 PM   #12
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You're not kidding!
I sure got my workout yesterday, good thing I was wearing garden gloves , or I probably would have cut my hands up too.
Once I got much more than I needed, I said the hell with the rest, wasn't worth the time or effort, especially considering how rarely i use the stuff. That being said, It makes a nice ornamental plant in a large pot, and even better that at the end of the season, you can cook with it

Agree 1000%!!
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I think it's a little easier to smash when it has been frozen and defrosted.
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