You can find lots of recipes for pickling green nasturtium pods; all you really need is vinegar and salt. Traditionally they have been used in place of capers. The good news is that these flowers are easy to grow and abundant.
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Pansies are an amazing flower; they can tolerate harsh weather and can survive for long periods of time. But what’s better than a pretty flower you may ask? Well, the answer is a pretty flower that you can eat! Learn how to crystallize pansies through easy step by step directions and beautiful photos.
I ran across some cool container gardening ideas the other day, including these “salad bowls.”
For Easter I made these delicate flower cakes from edible violas and pansies, and with Mother’s Day here, we’re at it again! I used a simple organic cake mix and tried organic applesauce instead of oil and the results were delightful and fluffy. On other occasions I’ve used Ghee in the mix for a richer […]
Spice up salads this season with spring nasturtiums! The lovely flowers are easy to grow and have a slight peppery taste and spicy notes to them. They also contain Vitamin C. It is delightful to discover these common nasturtium flowers and leaves are edible so long as no pesticides are used. They’re from the watercress […]