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Lubera stops plant deliveries to the UK
Due to Brexit, we are not able to deliver to the UK. We are working on a solution on how we can continue to bring a wide range of Lubera plants to the UK and directly to our customers' homes in the future. However, such a solution will not be available before 2022 or 2023.
Homemade Raspberry Vinegar

Some people claim that vinegar is unhealthy. Acetic acid attacks the gastric mucosa and irritates the gastrointestinal tract. And these claims are correct, of course. Yes, of course, if you drink several litres of vinegar daily, it simply has nothing left to do but corrosively attack all of your internal organs.

Vinegar helps against constipation and heartburn; it regulates your blood sugar level, protects against calcifications, normalises cholesterol levels and provides the body with minerals and vitamins...yes, vinegar is one of the oldest natural medicines we know. It also tastes great, especially homemade raspberry or strawberry vinegar. Here’s how you can quickly prepare your own:

 
Blackcurrant leaves and grandmother’s tea

Here is again something that had never occurred to me before, only after I started to write down my memories of my grandmother’s garden for you: I never realised that my grandmother never drank black tea. The black tea tradition in Eastern Europe is very strong. And everyone knows what a samovar is. My grandmother had one that was electric. But it just stood on top of the cabinet in the living room, where it presented its fully unused self. This metal container used to boil water was never used because my grandmother has always made tea from blackcurrant leaves and branches, raspberry leaves and a little bit of mint. She dried the leaves for use in the winter months. Nowadays you can just freeze the fresh leaves. The best time to collect them for this is in June.

 

Late Autumn Redlove Soup

Late Autumn Redlove Soup

If you were outside all day now in late autumn or if you have taken care of the last (not absolutely necessary) has done yard work with numb fingers or even when you come back from a long walk, where you were all bundled up, then, yes then what?

 

Mousse à l' amour rouge

Mousse à l' amour rouge

Yes, admittedly I am currently somewhat influenced by the French, especially when it comes to food and enjoyment. Do you want to know what this title means? It's simply means “applesauce”, more precisely, Redlove applesauce.