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July 13, 2010

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Giles

Good luck on the new plan Nick, its important to recognise when something doesn't feel right. The name "bender" never felt right in the first place ;-)

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Great!thanks for sharing this recipe,"Meadowsweet Champagne"..I would try it myself.

Rosa

Bloody brilliant article! I grow, harvest, dry & store ALL my own herbs for medicinal purposes and Meadowsweet is such an underestimated yet vital resource! Fortunately more and more people seem to becoming much more aware of the health benefits of herbs these days, as i seem to have no shortage of people requesting a variety of them from me once they're all bagged up! Hope by now your Bro's ankle has healed!

Topsoil Suppliers

Sound tastey!Love the pictures of the fish, the water is so clear.

Jennifer Hornsby

watching great british menu one chef said he used meadowsweet instead of vanilla and I wondered how he used it

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Impressive - DiY champagne. It makes me wonder what other plants can be turned into a fine bottle of bubbly.

Diane Hewitt

For me there is nothing more intriguing than the Meadowsweet that I have seen when I had my vacation in my grandmother's place years ago.

Ashleigh Korman

Sound tasty! Fortunately more and more people seem to becoming much more aware of the health benefits of herbs these days! Good job.

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