Culinary Uses for Nutmeg Geraniums?

Answer Mistakenly called "scented geraniums" in the 1600s though they are not true geraniums, Pelargonium feature aromatic leaves that gardeners love. Cooks value them for the versatility they bring to t... Read More »

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Culinary Uses of Chenopodium Rubrum?

Chenopodium rubrun or red goosefoot is part of a genus of plants that includes culinary plants like Swiss chard and quinoa. The leaves and the seeds of this genus are edible, although they contain ... Read More »

Do Japanese beetles kill only white geraniums or all geraniums?

Japanese beetles do not kill white geraniums; in fact, white geraniums are popular plants used to kill Japanese beetles. The leaves of these plants are poisonous to Japanese beetles, but they are a... Read More »

How to Do a Nutmeg?

Did you ever try to nutmeg a defender but failed? You know, there are so many ways of doing it. Just read this and try it out!

Nutmeg not working yet?

lol you need 4 tbsp's for it to work and it takes the myristicin 5,1/2 to 6 hours to be converted into 5-MeO-DiPT and it takes the Safrole 5 to 6 hours to be converted to MDA in the liver it will w... Read More »