this morn.

1 02 2008

going to Ashland to speak with a women about possibly opening a kitchen to create value added products for sale on the market. A value added product represents something manufactured from farm commodities for great worth on the market such as jellies, preserves, pickles, breads, etc. These and more are all things that we are looking at doing in order to alleviate waste products, and aim towards sustainability. Also, B quality products can be focused directly into value added products instead of being left for waste.

With the addition of a commercial kitchen something out of nothing will be made for sale at market. A lower value product can be manufactured into something with higher value. This also allows both Gabrielle and I, who are cooks, to provide other services to the community such as a place to cook for small parties, catering, and cooking classes. And if the kitchen can be rented out to other farmers on some sort of a time share basis, then we can optimize the potential of a kitchen in this manner as well.




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