In the Northeast, cold weather hearty greens crops are currently in full swing. Heather shows us another way to use chard: dehydrated chard chips. When dehydrated at a low setting, it’s a raw food with plenty of nutrients like vitamins A, K, and C.
If you’ve raised baby chicks or you see some in your future, one of the questions you’ll ask is, “How can you tell the males from the females?” Jillian shows us how to sex baby chicks like the big hatcheries do!
Right now in the Northeast, there is an array of spring/early summer greens-n-things such as choi's, arugula, spinach, turnip & radish tops and things such as green garlic & garlic scapes & bunching onions. Use them all in pesto!
Guest contributor, Betsy a longtime FSC Food Swapper, shares her favorite violet jelly recipe while also giving some nutritional information and tips & techniques for foraging, cleaning & preparing violets for jelly-making.