This book is amazing. I took it with me on vacation once to read at the urging of a friend in Nova Scotia. The author lives in Nova Scotia, and if they grow greens etc. all winter, we on the west coast certainly can!
I have seen the odd mention of Mâché but never really knew anything about it. I certainly did not realize that it is a reliable and perfect salad green for the winter months. I used the book to build my hoop house over the garden bed. Thank you Niki. I can tell already that there is no reason at all, with all this information, that I couldn't grow vegetables all year round. Especially living in zone 9a. I have no excuse. Although, a little excuse could be the vegetable clear cutting techniques of the west coast slug. They are a total pain.