If you send kids off to school every day, you know just how hard it is to pull together a zero-waste lunch. And one that's healthy. If you're trying to skip plastic products as well, it's even harder. What's a parent to do?
Crabapples are a great addition to small gardens and orchards, plus they offer some surprising benefits! Consider adding one to your "must plant" list.
Get started with fermenting today! It's easy, and fermented foods are great for your gut.
Did you know that storing bread in a linen bag can make it last longer? Here's how to make one in 15 minutes! Bonus: You'll eliminate some plastic bags from the landfill.
My favorite thing about tzatziki is how light and refreshing it tastes - and it's easy to make at home! It's perfect for warm days and can be paired with simple foods like olives and feta.
Sharing big items -- instead of every household owning one -- can save you money, reduce the environmental impacts of producing more than we really (truly) need, and free up some of your precious storage space.
Red cabbage and beets fresh from the garden make a lovely ferment and a nice variation on your standard sauerkraut.
This easy breakfast casserole is a great way to utilize leftovers, save money, and eliminate food waste. Put your hens on notice that they're going to need to up production.
Garden (or orchard!) fresh produce is the perfect reason to whip up a batch of salsa. From basic tomato salsa to toppings featuring cactus, strawberries, cucumbers, and cilantro, you're sure to find something here to make your tastebuds happy.
Help your flock keep their cool this summer with these easy tips and treats. Your chickens will thank you.