While fermentation is technically a form of “processing,” it’s nothing like the modern techniques that are used to extrude, pasteurize, deconstruct, re-construct, strip down or otherwise adulterate natural ingredients.
Since my last post about renovating your June-bearing strawberry plants, I've gotten lots of questions from hesitant and curious gardeners about this practice. I answer them here and show you what it looks like just a few weeks later!
In this video post, I show you how to cold pack jars for pickling and how to make a basic brine. I'll walk you through the process of canning these delicious cumin-spiked pickled carrots from start to finish using a water bath canner.
In today’s video post, I’ll give you tips on saving tomato seeds,replanting garlic, and storing seeds in order to maximize their longivity. Saving seeds is easy on your wallet and is super rewarding! Plus, it’s a relatively easy process!
In this video blog post, I'll show you how to renovate your June-bearing strawberry patch so it will come back thriving again next season. Once the fruit stops producing and you've harvested the bounty, it's time to renovate!
Chef Stacey Givens, founder and owner of The Side Yard in Portland, Oregon, and chef at Raptor Ridge Winery, explains how to grow and harvest micro greens, which are just very small versions of regular plants.