coat them in chocolate and eat
Ask the Cook to make a sunflower seed cake like the American Indians used to make. We'd actually call it a bread.
I've never really found a way of hulling them that inspired me to do it regularly, thus most of mine go to the chooks. Love to hear anyone who has.
Well I just love coming over to your blog Hazel you always have something different. I planted 3 sunflower seeds from the ones I put in my muisli and they have grown beautifully and have buds on them. They are such a lovely cheery flower.
This made me giggle with glee. Must try this trick on my kids next year! *cackles gleefully*
Nature can be so creative.
Can't wait for our second batch of sunflower to bloom and have fun like you did. Smiling.
Hazel, you are just SO creative - and you see so clearly how the beauty of nature can be captured and enhanced through the medium of photography. I know that many birds really love sunflower seeds, so if it were me, I would just dry the seeds and leave them out somewhere for the birds to help themselves.
I love it!
You may have enough for the birds and for baking. How did you do that... razor? tweezers? sacateurs?
Ohhh ...I love that idea looks great you are too clever and creative, Hazel. Thanks for making me smile.
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