Strawberries are one of the easier things to culture, and they make a tangy and delicious probiotic condiment.
If you are looking to make the most of your yard by growing food even in the shadiest areas, here are some ideas, techniques, and alternatives.
If you have ever wondered about those too-good-to-be-true garden catalogs or just want to save money while developing your landscape, read on to find out whether starting small is right for you.
These 10 plants wake up early in spring and can bring your edible landscape to life as soon as the weather begins to warm.
Using sheet mulching, you will be able to quickly assemble a garden bed without digging or tilling. Benefits of this method abound to both the gardener and the environment.
Choosing a color palette can help prevent chaos and discord in your landscape and can be fun. Find out how to design a palette and get some plant ideas.
If you want to raise your own high-quality eggs and save money, read on to find out what to grow for feed and forage and how to manage your foraging areas.
For gardeners and permaculturists, edible landscaping is a wonderful way to bring productivity into a space that is often purely ornamental. Now it can be both!
A gluten-free and versatile snack that kids enjoy! Made of lentils and rice, they are a complete protein, and the culturing process makes them highly digestible.
Fermented bean paste is a tasty and healthy way to eat beans. Following this recipe means it will have no artificial additives or sugar. Also I will show you how to virtually eliminate gas and phytates.
This is both a book review and a how-to on getting started with Nourishing Traditions--it can be a little overwhelming, but give it a try!