Most people growing their own foods do so to avoid GMOs and herbicides/ chemicals used to help grow these crops. In addition home growers seek a better quality of food free of all the additives, fillers, preservatives and chemical residues found in foods from the stores.
We can all avoid the temptation of growing GMO crops by reviewing a Rodale Institute 30-year farming study that shows non-GMO crops produce more than GMO crops. In addition, research by the Univ. of California,…Continue
Added by David Nuttle on August 28, 2013 at 1:33pm — No Comments
I was looking for a way to store the tomatoes I had dried. My instructions said stored at 60 degrees they would be best for 3 to 4 months. I started my search and found this process called oven canning. Oven canning is a wonderful way to store grains, flour, cereal, dried beans and all the foods which are dehydrated.
I know you are thinking why should I can cereal? In these times, there are lots of people stockpiling and this is a great way to be sure your investment…Continue
Neither Alex Velez (pictured above with Andrew Monbouquette) nor Nikhil Arora had any idea how to grow food before they met. But in the past couple of years the two cofounders of Back to the Roots have become known as “the mushroom guys” for figuring out how to grow oyster…Continue
Added by Growing Cities on November 16, 2011 at 1:38pm — No Comments
I use only brown rice and the other night I needed some rice and had to cook it for 45-50 minutes. Made a much later meal than desired. So my brain thinks, you can buy instant brown rice so why can't you make it. So I came up with this idea to make it. (And maybe it's an old idea and you all know how to do this, but I had never seen it so it was new to me.)
1 cup of rice
2 cups water
Cooked until it was done. Rinsed well and put it on my dehydrator…
Grow and Share is a unique Zebulon based non-profit organization dedicated to providing healthy fruits and vegetables to U.S. residents through food education and widespread gardening. The organization’s website www.growandshare.org provides assistance to homeowners willing to start or expand their own gardens while pledging to share produce…Continue
Added by thewhatleys on March 1, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments