What a busy week! We’re seeing an influx of new customers again…great to see so many people supporting both small local businesses, and their own health 🙂
A limited amount of sauerkraut has been made and listed online. This is made on our Sugarloaf cabbages and macrobiotic Australian sea salt.
Kale (Tuscan) is back online, I’m hoping our new crop will be enough to keep it listed consistently throughout winter. I’ve also just listed our Birdsong lemons.
Now, as I’ve mentioned to some of you, we are occasionally having issues with the new ap we’re using to adjust listings and stock levels. Most often this occurs with delivery runs. Sometimes if I use my phone to alter the listing, it will show up online, but not actually let you add it to your cart. If this happens to you, just let me know (and thank you to those who have been letting me know in the comments box when the delivery item won’t add to your cart), so I can fix it.
The Highfields honey has been very popular. We just collected some more of it. Some is starting to candy/crystalise, which I wanted to mention. For those who aren’t familiar with the process, it’s perfectly normal in honey that is raw. It still tastes the same and is nutritionally intact. If you like it runnier, you can gently warm the honey jar in a bowl of hot/warm water (the preserving jars can handle the heat), or sit your jar in a warm place, like near the stove. Don’t heat the honey in the oven or microwave…you’ll kill some of the nutrients.
I’ve changed the maple syrup back to 1L bottles, because that’s all I had left! I’ll have to look into more packaging options soon, as these bottles are running out too. I know some of you prefer the 750ml bottles, because they fit nicely in the fridge door (yes, opened maple syrup bottles should be stored in the fridge).
Wednesday 16th June, 1-2pm for orders $50+in Toowoomba 4350. Please place your orders by Tuesday night.
Friday 18th June, 12:30-2pm for orders $50+in Toowoomba 4350. Please place your orders by Thursday night.
Thank you for returning large glass jars, preserving jars, waxed boxes and plastic crates.