The amount of disposable waste that is generated by the average household is embarrassing. Here are some easy-to-adopt tactics for reducing the disposable waste that your household sends to the landfill. Breaking up with disposable waste is possible — you’ll just need to change some of your long-held habits!
This pesto is a fabulous way to use radish greens from the garden. Serve it over pasta, spread it on crackers, or slather it in mozzarella grilled cheese sandwiches.
Homemade jello is incredibly easy to make, has ingredients you can feel great about, and with a little “outside the box” thinking, you can still enjoy the convenience of taking it with you without using plastic.
Creating islands of food production allows gardeners to harvest from an area regularly, even if some of the longer-term crops won’t produce for years.
We love condiments like mayonnaise, mustard, and pesto for sandwiches. These pantry essentials? They’re easy to make at home!
DIY grazing boxes make for happy grass fed chickens. They’re a great way to save on the cost of raising backyard chickens (and other poultry), too!