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Grocery store produce—is it GMO, organic or conventionally produced?

orange conventional Is this orange conventional, organic or GMO?

A friend ask me the other day if there is produce out in the supermarkets that are GMO's. I did some research and I found out that those tags we see on the fruits…

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Added by Jannine Cabossel on January 28, 2013 at 7:21am — 3 Comments

Goat Feta Cheese

Yesterday I made Feta cheese for the first time! Why am I putting it in a gardening blog? Tomatoes! I'm learning now so I can make some in TOMATO SEASON! Goats=cheese + tomatoes= YUM!

I already learned Mozzarella last year and wanted to learn how to make Feta too as I like both these cheeses with tomatoes in the summer. I make a traditional…

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Added by Jannine Cabossel on April 5, 2011 at 1:23am — No Comments

Pasta Making 101

PASTA MAKING 101

What does making homemade pasta got to do with gardening? Nothing! But a gardener’s got to do something in the dead of winter and I wanted to try out that new pasta machine that I got for a birthday gift in June. I thought it would be a great compliment to my homemade spaghetti sauce that I canned…

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Added by Jannine Cabossel on February 2, 2011 at 11:26pm — No Comments

Giant Veggie Gardener

I'm new to Homegrown and would like to share my knowledge and experience for those interested in growing veggies and gain information from you all as well! I'm a Master Gardener and call myself an 'Artisan Farmer' because I grow organic vegetables and fruits using sustainable methods on about a 1/2 of an acre (even though I live on 6.5 acres). It's not really a full fledge…

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Added by Jannine Cabossel on January 9, 2011 at 3:10pm — No Comments

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