Originally shared @ Mary's Kitchen: The time to sit idle is history. Do you grow your own food? Do you believe in making the world a better place for you and your family? Do you have strong religious beliefs? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the US Department of Defense considers YOU and "Extremist."…See More
Originally shared @ Back to the BasicsLast year I offered a workshop for 10 Ways to Avoid Chemicals in Your Garden. One of my absolute favorite options for non-toxic pest control is Diatomaceous Earth (DE). It is so safe you can eat it. Seriously!…See More
"This weekend at the Yellow Green Farmer's Market (Hollywood, FL) I picked up this REALLY easy kit. Includes a glass bottle, sanitizer, champagne yeast, stopper (cork) and airlock. ??Not sure if I got all that right??
I found plenty…"
"I don't have tips for hard cider, but am really interested in finding out more about the process for making "scrumpy", too. I've never been a beer drinker, so cider is my beverage of choice most of the time. (This is funny to my…"
Originally posted @ Back to the Basics:Let's talk about Victory Gardens and Seed Balls...What is a Victory Garden?The term Victory Garden became popular in the 1940s during World War ll. Faced with food shortages due to labor and transportation issues, the US government called upon it's citizens to provide…See More
As a kid my Gran used to have us work in her garden when we stayed with her.
Now that I have my own garden I find myself remembering her little quips about plants. I find myself daydreaming at work about what I'm doing next in the garden.
Digging in the dirt makes me feel good!
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Grilled eggplant topped with organic goat cheese, baked chicken and tossed salad.
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My husband and I recently relocated his Chiropractic office. I changed my first toilet seat. While that doesn't sound like a big deal it's big for me as I am not much of a handyman/girl...yet. I'm learning more and more every day. I make paper decorations for all of the office events and use recycled items for things like pen holders and paper clip trays.
The time to sit idle is history. Do you grow your own food? Do you believe in making the world a better place for you and your family? Do you have strong religious beliefs? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the US…
The most obvious place to start is SEEDS! We use only non-GMO, open-pollinated, Heirloom Seeds. Mary's Heirloom Seeds are all of the above AND they are un-treated! Freshness of seeds is of utmost importance...And Mary's Heirloom Seeds…
why, yes. assuming you are talking about Apron Stringz, i am the very same. i see up above that you joined the AS homegrown group, which i am sorry to say hasn't seen much action in a looong time. as far as the permacurious group goes, it's a reading group, and we are already deep into the manual. the group is closed, unless you have already read the book... let me know if that is the case.
you are welcome to follow the comments though, which should be open for viewing.