Released just last month, DIY Vegan is already my new favorite cookbook for so many reasons– and it’s probably going to be your new favorite too. This is newest release from Nicole Axworthy of A Dash of Compassion and Lisa Pitman of Vegan Culinary Crusade. DIY Vegan is a gorgeous book full of great ideas […]
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Here’s how to make napkin rings to add a little crafty touch to your table.
Its so easy to make your own butter! Not just butter-butter, but nut butters, coconut butter, even vegan butter. Why buy when you can DIY? Check it out…
We just embraced the meatless Monday concept. With that on my mind, I wondered why there aren’t themes for other weeknights. So my wheels started turning…
We talk a lot about food – from cooking and eating to politics and justice – but what about sprucing up your kitchen? These are some fun DIY ideas to deck out your kitchen without breaking your budget.
Getting the plastic out of your kitchen can be tough, right? It’s expensive to replace all of your plastic with glass. And glass containers take a lot more space to store than plastic baggies. That’s where a plastic-free food wrap comes in handy. These wraps are water-resistant, and fold to store easily. The best part? You can make them yourself, even if you have no sewing skills at all.
Getting the most out of food is always a worthwhile goal, whether you’re buying it in bulk at a big warehouse or growing your own in a backyard microfarm. One way to get more use out of inedible food waste is to use it for composting- and the article below, reprinted from EDB’s sister site, […]
Food Tank recently shared a list of 13 farm and food books ripe for summer reading. Of their recommendations, 5 rest comfortably atop my way-too-long reading list. Read on…
We’re all doing our best to reduce food waste, and sometimes it’s the simplest solutions that can make a big difference.
I just bought a new DIY cookbook from the folks at America’s Test Kitchen. Page 230: Granola bars. I adapted their recipe slightly. The result? Snap! Fresh, crisp, crunchy, not-to-sweet granola delights. I love them.
Looking for a weekend food project with an awe-inspiring, tasty outcome? Set aside a couple of hours to craft fresh, homemade mascarpone cheese.
You are definitely going to want to label your seeds. Not only does it make your garden look better, but it also makes it easier to identify what it is that you planted. We all think that we’ll remember, but 20 minutes after we are done and out of the moment, we forget. Plus there is no reason to waste your memory on that info when you can easily write it down.
Over the weekend, my husband and I put together a custom raised bed for our garden. Yay! Here’s how you can build your own.