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The ducks have a new yard, my future tomato and bean garden. 12.22.17
One pint of raspberries equals 3/4 lbs, I discovered. Therefore, nearly 3 pints will add up to the 2 lbs necessary for my wine.
Seldom do I need a food scale. Thanks, anyway.
You can get food scales on Amazon starting at $10.
Oh, I forgot to put some Alpine Strawberries in that dish. It's taken a long time, but they are no longer so small and tasteless. They are now up to 6 times the volume and taste fairly good. Nothing outstanding like I've heard others call them, but maybe next year they'll improve even more.
Oops, I miscalculated. It would take 308 berries to weigh 2 pounds.
Looks good Chris.
Randy, my raspberries are 3/4 of an inch in diameter in all directions, and weigh 0.104 oz each on average. That means it would take 31 to weigh 2 pounds.
All my berries are starting to ripen. Here's yesterday's haul:
No idea why the carrots are so short. The containers are much deeper!
Harvest from my containers! At least a meal of carrots for the two of us and the beetroots can go into a salad!
My homemade wine recipe calls for 2 lbs of raspberries. How many berries is that? I don't have a small scale.
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