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5 Tips To Grow Peas In Your Garden

5 Tips To Grow Peas In Your Garden

Choosing to grow peas in your vegetable garden is a good choice. Peas are packed with power for both you and your garden! Growing peas helps rejuvenate your soil by fixing nitrogen back into soils where nitrogen is depleted. It is good practice to grow peas or beans in a soil after a root crop such as beetroot or ...

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Foraging For Edibles – Dandelion

Foraging For Edibles – Dandelion

In many parts of the world, Dandelion are considered an undesirable weed. However, dandelion is a highly nutritious, edible plant that should not be overlooked as a food source! It is rich in vitamins A and K, providing more than your daily minimum requirement for these nutrients. Dandelion are native to Europe, ...

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Easy Homemade Plum Jam Recipe

Easy Homemade Plum Jam Recipe

Learning how to make jam is one way of making use of excess fruit in your fridge, before it spoils. This easy homemade plum jam recipe is just the ticket for using your excess plums. Our vegetable gardens, and fruit trees often produce abundant crops, more than we can consume in a short period. Rather than letting ...

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How To Grow Bountiful Beans

How To Grow Bountiful Beans

Beans are easy to grow, and once established, require little care. They are rewarding to grow since they produce an abundant harvest. About Beans Beans are not only easy to grow but are also beneficial to your garden. They are part of a group of plants called nitrogen fixers. These plants are able to re-introduce ...

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Foraging For Edibles – Amaranth

Foraging For Edibles – Amaranth

Foraging for edibles is a useful skill to have, whether you are a survivalist, or just want to be able to use the nature around you! Amaranth is another plant one plant can forage for in the wild, along with other plants such as Purselane and Wood Sorrel. As always, when foraging for wild edibles, you need to ...

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Easy Fermenter Wide Mouth Lid Kit Review

Easy Fermenter Wide Mouth Lid Kit Review

Fermenting foods has been a method of preserving food for centuries! The Easy Fermenter wide mouth lid kit takes the hassle out of fermenting. Fermenting not only preserves food but it is a way to get probiotics - good bacteria - into your gut. Having healthy gut bacteria gives you an immune system boost and ...

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5 Steps To Make Your Own Organic Rooting Hormone

5 Steps To Make Your Own Organic Rooting Hormone

Are you looking for a completely natural, organic rooting hormone that will increase your success rate for growing cuttings? Great news! You can make your own right at home! The only tricky part is you need access to a willow tree! How Does It Work? Why a willow tree you ask? Well, the way that it works is due to ...

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How To Make An Easy Kombucha Salad Dressing

How To Make An Easy Kombucha Salad Dressing

Kombucha salad dressing is a great way to make use of excess kombucha , You can also make it from a batch that you fermented a little too long and it has become a little too vinegary to drink. This recipe is easy, and you probably already have the ingredients in your kitchen. If you don’t have kombucha, take ...

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Foraging For Edibles – Purselane

Foraging For Edibles – Purselane

Purselane is another important plant to learn when foraging for edibles! This succulent annual plant thrives in poor soil and can be found in many countries around the world. Originally from India, Purselane (Portulaca oleracea), has been spread far and wide as an edible plant. In most countries, however, it is ...

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Foraging For Edibles – Wood Sorrel

Foraging For Edibles – Wood Sorrel

Foraging for edibles such as Wood Sorrel, sometimes called Wild Sorrel (genus Oxalis) is something you can do in your backyard. Wild Sorrel or sourgrass, is a medium sized edible plant that occurs in most countries around the world, except for the polar regions. The species particularly likes tropical and ...

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5 Reasons Fermented Foods Are Good For You

5 Reasons Fermented Foods Are Good For You

Fermented foods have been around for thousands of years. The process of fermentation was used in ancient times for preserving foods, since refrigeration was not an option. The added benefits of fermentation, however, also provided a rich source of nutrients and probiotics. Fermented foods in some cases enhance the ...

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Guidelines For Foraging For Wild Edibles

Guidelines For Foraging For Wild Edibles

Foraging for wild edibles is a rewarding and empowering activity! It does however require some knowledge and, the application of some common sense. Being full of bravado and thinking you know it all could result in a trip to the emergency room! That being said, if you stick to a few simple guidelines and build your ...

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