Growing Roma tomatoes nets a meatier, less seedy variety of tomato, perfect for cooking up into thick, rich sauces or for dehydrating to stock your pantry.
Sprouting lentils at home is easy to do and they make a nutritious addition to sandwiches, salads, and wraps.
Wondering which herbs to grow in your garden? This list will give you some ideas! Some are great for cooking, others for medicine, and many for both.
This sourdough banana nut muffin recipe is sweetened by very ripe bananas & a touch of honey. Sourdough banana muffins for a sweet, healthy start to the day.
When cauliflower is in season, consider making pickled cauliflower using the lacto-fermentation method to preserve it. These fermented cauliflower florets are tasty and crunchy and packed with probiotics. Plus? There’s no cooking involved and it’s *easy.
Wondering what to do with beet greens? They’re not a common “vegetable” but they’re perfectly edible! Sure, your chickens love ’em, but your family might, too. Check out these beet greens recipes and add some beet greens to your next meal. They’re an inexpensive way to add fresh greens to your diet.
Need a healthy snack? Try these two roasted chickpea recipes; sweet, with cinnamon and sugar, or spicy roasted chickpeas. They’re an inexpensive low-fat, high-protein snack, and easy to make, too. These roasted chickpea recipes will satisfy and are a perfect addition to a lunchbox or travel pack.
DIY chicken feed is as easy as growing a chicken garden full of foods that will nourish your flock for less. Growing chicken feed cuts feed costs, too.