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One of the hardest aspects of growing food is keeping up with all the various pieces of information for each plant. Each vegetable has its own set of requirements for all sorts of things such as how close together you plant each one, how much water and sunlight they receive, fertilizing requirements and a whole host of other stuff. I often felt lost and overwhelmed when I started and it took a few seasons for […]
It’s getting close to the end of the season but there are still plenty of things to plant including one of our favorites, spinach. This is a list of what we’re planting in September in our zone 7 urban Oklahoma backyard food farm.
These homemade tortilla chips taste incredible with our garden fresh salsa. They’re also great to use for nachos!
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Nothing from October 23, 2017 to January 23, 2018.
We wanted a place where we could blog about some of the ways we try to live a more natural and frugal lifestyle and the "& more!" section was born out of that idea. This is where we'll talk about how we make our own household products, how we manage cloth diapers, and other topics related to how we live.
Back in 2014, Brooklyn and Daphney were obsessed with The Kids Baking Championship show and they wanted to start recording shows of their own. We did a few of them and eventually, they lost interest and moved on to something else. They’ve been wanting to record more videos again and I stumbled on some of their videos the other day. I thought they’d fit in well with From Seed to Spoon and wanted to share. Originally […]
This is my story about losing 120 pounds, running marathons, being on the Rachael Ray show, losing myself, meeting Carrie, proposing to her as Superman, why we started our garden, and how it’s all related to my battle against anxiety and depression. I hope the lessons I’ve learned through it all can help someone else out there!
This is a story about how my mom taught me the value in helping others as a child after one of the largest tornadoes in history came through our neighborhood.