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UndercoverElephant wrote:Bamboo is one of the things on my long to-do list. I believe most types of bamboo are edible if you catch them at the right moment, but some will be better than others.
But do you need to metabolise like a giant panda - very slow - to eat much of it?
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You just eat the shoots. No need to go full panda!
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Post by fuzzy »

You have all seen this right??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jUJrIWp2I4
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fuzzy wrote:You have all seen this right??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jUJrIWp2I4
I hadn't, really enjoyed it though, thanks.
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That video takes "Eats shoots and leaves" to a whole new level! That's quite a forest garden as well.
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