September is a great time to start growing food! We’re planting lots of things for fall and harvesting our summer crops!
One of the most common questions I receive is “What should I grow first?”. Here’s what I tell people our strategy was in response.
Our Favorite Recipes, Tips, and Tricks for Living Sustainably and Making Your Own Household Supplies (Rice, Beans, Plants, Chicken, Laundry Soap & More!)
Ever since we started growing food in 2015 we became obsessed with the idea of trying to make many of the things we used to buy from the store ourselves.
Watch as Carrie shows you the garden and talks all about our favorite cool season crops to grow in March.
March is one of our favorite times of the year for growing food. Life is beginning to emerge from the cold & dead of winter, and new sprouts are popping up everywhere!
Smart Pots are fabric raised beds & containers that outperform standard containers. The sides allow air to come in, improving airflow, water drainage, and heat release properties. Simply unfold, fill with potting soil, and you’re ready to grow!
There are practically an endless number of herbs that you can add into the rice or beans to improve flavor and add nutrients. Here are some of our favorites that we like to put together.There are practically an endless number of herbs that you can add into the rice or beans to improve flavor and add nutrients. Here are some of our favorites that we like to put together.
The beauty of rice and having a garden is that you can make this recipe unique every single time you make it! We grow a lot of our own herbs to use in the kitchen right in our backyard and patio. You can as well! It’s easy to do- especially with the From Seed to Spoon app which will walk you through how to start growing all the way from seed to your spoon in the kitchen!
In our first video, John and I discussed his reasons for wanting to grow food and we talked about what he wanted to grow. Since then, he purchased everything he needed and now we’re going to plant together over the Internet! Join us as we plant his thyme, basil, oregano, sage, dill, and onions and talk about each as we plant!