Common household remedies request
Dinner, before weeding: Fresh cut herbs, a chopped just-dug-up onion, and local butter for frying them, then scrambling local eggs very very slowly. Then pepper, fleur de sel.
Yes, I know the fancy salt sounds expensive, but the nice thing about excellent ingredients, at least for me, is that I use less of them. And smaller portions are good for weight loss (just like eating dinner before weeding is better than eating dinner after weeding, especially when I've been sitting at the computer all day).
Oh, and the onion was a lot sweeter, and practically tearless -- I guess because it was fresh?
Anyhow, to my question: Now I've got eggshells, and am going to have more of them. Are eggshells any good in the garden?
I was thinking I could use them to protect my napa cabbage and daikon against slugs. Readers?