Category Archive: Tips And Advice

How To Grow sprouts in a jar

How To Grow sprouts in a jar Sprouts have positive enzymes, protein, fiber, vitamin, and even essential fatty acid. And they are delicious! You can use them in a plethora of foods such as salads, stir fries, and slaws. It’s a great way to make almost any dish healthier. Sprouts are something that you also …

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How To Make Your Own Gardener’s Hand Scrub

How To Make Your Own Gardener’s Hand Scrub As the weather starts to warm up and we leave winter behind for another year i know we are only just past december but it is so close to spring and i am really looking forward to this year hopping to grow 90% of my food, some …

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What To Plant Now For Your Fall Garden

What To Plant Now For Your Fall Garden So if you are lucky right now, you are tucking into loads of homegrown salad vegetables, potatoes, beans and squashes. Fall doesn’t have to be a time in your garden when your bountiful summer crops simply start to slow down. In fact, in most areas of the country, …

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The Wind powered Composter Project

The Wind powered Composter Project Compost is organic matter that has been decomposed and recycled as a fertilizer and soil amendment. Compost is a key ingredient in organic farming. At the simplest level, the process of composting simply requires making a heap of wetted organic matter (leaves, “green” food waste) and waiting for the materials …

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15+ Things You Should NOT Refrigerate

15+ Things You Should NOT Refrigerate When you bring home your groceries your first instinct is always to get the perishable items to the fridge as quickly as you can. However, despite popular belief, there are some food times that you should never store in the refrigerator. Refrigeration our food for storage and preparation is …

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How To Make Banana Jam

Banana Jam

How To Make Banana Jam If you have never tried making home-made jam, this is the recipe you should try. Home made jam is so quick and simple.  It will last in your freezer for one year.  It has a bright fresh flavor that is fabulous slathered over buttered toast. Think of the fruit that …

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