If you have root vegetables in storage, integrate them into your seasonal meals.
Canned beets, pickled beets, grated beets, and even beet cake and dyes. If you’re desperate to use the fall harvest or you simply love beets, here are a few new ways to use all of that fresh fall produce.
Are you new to the world of beans? Learn how to grow beans, when to pick them, and how to save bean seeds.
Harvested at full maturity and dried for storage, beans are a very high source of protein. Learn tips for growing beans in your own home garden, and how to harvest as dried beans.
Homemade stock is nutritious and adds a depth of flavour to soups and sauces. By making it from vegetable trimmings from the kitchen, it can also be nearly free! Here’s how to make and store stock at home.
Generally, after introducing basic rice cereal, vegetables are the first foods you introduce into a baby’s diet. While it may seem tempting to stock up on jars from the grocery store, making your own baby food is more economical, and surprisingly simple.
Although it may seem easier to purchase pre-made jars of baby food from the grocery store, it isn’t necessarily easy on the budget. Making your own baby food does not have to be as daunting as it seems. It is actually very simple, more nutritious, and the finished product is much tastier than the store bought variety.
Asparagus is a perennial vegetable that is rather expensive to purchase in the grocery store, but very easy to grow for yourself in a victory garden. And if you are the type of person who likes to maximize their time, energy, and money, you’ll be pleased to find out that asparagus is a perennial vegetable. This means you will only have to plant asparagus once, but you’ll have a harvest year after year.