If you strike up the right combination of greens, fruits and add-ins, a vegetable smoothie can be refreshing and downright appetizing. It's also a clever way to use up some of those extra vegetables you harvested this season- especially the ones that you stowed away in the freezer!
Labor Day weekend signals the passing of Summer's peak but that doesn't mean that your growing season has come to a complete halt. There are many delicious crops to be sown even after Labor Day. These varieties grow quickly in time to mature before the frost kicks in and are are extra hardy.
When your harvest comes all at once, you're left with one big question: How am I going to eat all of this? Don't fear- your harvest won't go to waste! We're sharing 5 simple preservation methods that you can do at home and will help you handle your harvest when you have your hands full.
Whether you're pickling out of sheer necessity for preservation, or because you have a pickle obsession, pickling is very easy to do at home. How easy? This method of pickling will only take about 10 minutes to prepare and will yield tasty pickles overnight without any special equipment!
Creating herbal tinctures is a simple process that you can use at home to make concentrated solutions out of herbs and flowers from your home garden. Follow these simple steps to concentrate the healing effects of these home-grown ingredients.
Extend Your Growing Season With Succession Planting 0
If you are someone who likes to garden for the purpose of growing vegetables for your kitchen, you may face a particular challenge. How do extend your harvesting season and produce a continual succession of produce?