Picked earlier than their red cousins (and abundant this time of year), green strawberries have been popping up on high-end menus for the last several years. And they show no sign of going out of style any time soon.
Fermenting green strawberries can be done, despite the berry's high acidity. Here's how. They go well with a creamy mild cheese (think brie or camembert), sliced on a sandwich, sprinkled into a salad, or simply stirred into some yogurt or porridge!
Dried strawberries are easy to make and just heavenly to eat. And strawberry season is in full swing. (Well, not in Minnesota. My strawberry plants are still sleeping under six inches of snow.) Take advantage while berries are fresh and inexpensive.
Gutter gardens are a popular way to grow food in a small space. I started with strawberries, but I’m already planning to install more for leafy greens. If it’s a plant with a shallow root system, gutters are the perfect fit!
A tangy fresh topping for brunch or dessert. Spread a little on your toast or plop a dollop on warm cake or brownies. Light and guilt free but sweet enough for a Valentine's Day treat. Vegan and Refined Sugar Free.