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Jraven

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I picked this ribbon kelp, alaria marginata, it's going in the dehydrator for later use in my teas. It's just getting it's growth on. Sound OK?
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Stinky Pete

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I was reading fast to find a easy bloom recipe. It will be my 1st time using tea and I was wondering what ingredients to use for a bloom tea. I want to start a thread but I need to know what to get 1st.

Around here I don't have access to a lot of different ingredients.

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@Stinky Pete , That's a big question . What is in your soil and do you want to make your own bloom tea . Or are you looking for store bought , If you understand the principles behind bloom teas , you are best to make your own . I am like you and can not get all the flash stuff . so I have to make my own . There are some top blokes here that know way more than I do , But the more you can tell how you grow , you will get a better answer .:thumbsup:
 
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