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Subject: Re: Hay

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Date Posted: 01:13:29 05/14/02 Tue
In reply to: Dusti 's message, "Hay" on 19:51:28 05/02/02 Thu

Well, just to follow up...The oat (cat) grass dried out pretty well, but had to resort to the toaster oven as the humidity here has been 110% lately. The lemon verbena and fennel dried well, though, just hanging in the laundry room. The Woolies gobbled it all down, leaves, stems, and all so I guess my initial attempt has been a success so I am going to try to dry some of the lemon grass and mint and see what happens--maybe the clover too. Will let you all know.

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Sorry about the run-on sentence...time for bed. nmDusti01:15:25 05/14/02 Tue

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