Abingdon Carbon Cutters in the Free Space

October 11, 2017

Abingdon Carbon Cutters
The Abingdon Carbon Cutters are back in the community free space ( opposite H.Samuel in Bury Street in Abingdon) from 11am – 2pm until October 14th. They have harvested the produce from Edible Abingdon, where spaces near the town centre have been used to grow herbs and vegetables.
Abingdon Carbon Cutters
Once again they have their apple-pressing kit and pasteuriser which can be used on the premises or hired. Or you can drop in and buy a bottle of apple juice – Made in Abingdon. I read that ‘The price of apple juice is likely to rise sharply after a poor harvest in Poland, the main supplier of apples and apple juice concentrate to the EU.
Abingdon Carbon Cutters
There’s more to pumpkins than Halloween lanterns. Browsing round the shop I found a recipe for Pumpkin Cake with some very easy instructions. For more pumpkin recipes visit Love food hate waste and read about The Curse of the Uneaten Pumpkin.

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