How to Make Your Own Sugar. For the apocalypse cause I'd be freaking out over it like it was a twinkie.

How to Make Your Own Sugar. For the apocalypse cause I'd be freaking out over it like it was a twinkie.

This is a great option for the homesteaders out there make your own sugar in less than 2 months! [ADHNote: Info on sugar making and notes on soil & growing! ]

Bulk 1000 Organic NON GMO Sugar beet seeds make homemade sugar over 400 cups

This is a great option for the homesteaders out there make your own sugar in less than 2 months! [ADHNote: Info on sugar making and notes on soil & growing! ]

Reading Food Labels - How to Avoid GMO Sugar

Reading Food Labels: How to Avoid GMO Sugar

Monsanto’s GMO Roundup Ready Sugar Beets Get Final USDA Approval

Monsanto GMO Roundup Ready Sugar Beets Get Final USDA Approval

Sugar is often sourced from genetically modified crops. Corn and sugar beets are two of the most common GMO commodity crops grown in the US, making up 88% of corn and 95% of sugar beets grown on American soil. More information on GMO sugar here: http://gmoinside.org/sweet-gmos #GMOs #Sugar #Corn

Sugar is often sourced from genetically modified crops. Corn and sugar beets are two of the most common GMO commodity crops grown in the US, making up 88% of corn and 95% of sugar beets grown on American soil. More information on GMO sugar here: http://gmoinside.org/sweet-gmos #GMOs #Sugar #Corn

Green America: April/May 2013: The Skinny on Alternative Sweeteners

Green America: April/May 2013: The Skinny on Alternative Sweeteners

The US sugar beet industry coordinated an industry-wide conversion to genetically modified sugar beets, thus eliminating a non-GMO alternative for food manufacturers and consumers. Meanwhile, production of GM sugar beet seed is likely to contaminate organic and conventional vegetable seed production in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Frank Morton faces a major threat to his livelihood. Morton’s [...]

Sugar beet industry converts to 100% GMO, disallows non-GMO option

The US sugar beet industry coordinated an industry-wide conversion to genetically modified sugar beets, thus eliminating a non-GMO alternative for food manufacturers and consumers. Meanwhile, production of GM sugar beet seed is likely to contaminate organic and conventional vegetable seed production in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Frank Morton faces a major threat to his livelihood. Morton’s [...]

Tumbleweed (Russian Thistle) edible parts: young shoots and tips of growing plants, raw or cooked.   Young shoots  (4-5") make good chowder (simmer in seasoned water then puree all in a blender.)  Noxious weed & host plant of the Sugar Beet Leafhopper, which carries curly-top virus, a disease that affects sugar beets, tomatoes, and beans. More reason to harvest/control it young.  More recipes/info eattheweeds.com

Tumbleweed (Russian Thistle) edible parts: young shoots and tips of growing plants, raw or cooked. Young shoots (4-5") make good chowder (simmer in seasoned water then puree all in a blender.) Noxious weed & host plant of the Sugar Beet Leafhopper, which carries curly-top virus, a disease that affects sugar beets, tomatoes, and beans. More reason to harvest/control it young. More recipes/info eattheweeds.com

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