Being I work till dark everyday and can't get much done in the evenings besides shower, shave and eat, I have been lacking on posts. I think I made up for it this week though.
After all the little things I did on Saturday like the Bio Sand Filter and the Sawdust Log Press plus some other odds and ends, I found myself without much to do on Sunday.
The first thing I did was install a men's urinal in my shop.
Yes, that is a funnel going out the wall held on by bailing wire.
Next, my mom calls me and tells me the local grocery has potatoes on sell for 19 cents a pound. Being I did not have that great of a potato harvest this year I jumped on the chance to put some up. So I ran up to the store and got 55 pounds of taters.
I began by pealing every one of them by hand. Great for the compost bins, hard on the hands.
Enough of all that so I went and grabbed my meat slicer and went to town on those potatoes.
The finished product is several jars nicely filled with a serving of potatoes I can use in all kinds of dishes.
I think the shelf life for these is four years.
I also shredded some and vacuum sealed them up for hash browns.
No, that wasn't all the taters, I dehydrated twenty pounds, kept ten pounds to eat, made ten pounds of potato salad, and shredded fifteen pounds for hash browns.
I can tell you this, my feet were tired when it was all done.
That's all I got done on Sunday and it's all I got for now.