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Calling all locavores and garlic lovers — garlocavores? — now that spring is here, you may have delicious garlicky nom growing right outside your window!
Fall is here! If you think that the cooler weather means that you can’t grow any food, think again. There are lots of cold-weather veggies and herbs that you can plant. It might be a little bit late to grow many fall plants from seed, but you can choose seedlings and get that fall garden started this very weekend!
According to a recent study that looked at garlic and cancer, the answer is yes!
My husband and girls adore a good bowl of salsa. So yesterday, I tried a new recipe for a homemade version. Twas mighty tasty, so I thought I’d share with y’all.
With the scorching day of summer now drawing to a close, fall is finally almost here! Have you started planting your fall garden yet? One fall crop that you may not have considered is garlic. Growing garlic is actually quite easy, and this is the perfect time of year to start!
Oh, garlic! You are as delicious as you are good for us, but you are kind of annoying to peel. Here’s a video showing you how to peel garlic – a whole head of the stuff! – in less time than it takes to wash your knife.
It’s the new year and you’re looking for ways to eat your favorite foods in a healthier, lighter way. Well, if mashed potatoes are a weakness, you’ll love this veggie-packed alternative to your favorite comfort food! Even if you scoff at cauliflower, you’ll never know that this mashed cauliflower isn’t made from a spud!
Garlic is good. So good. And yet it can be bad…really bad, unless you want to ward of vampires. It has been all but banned in our house because the after effects of garlic are unbearable. The garlic fingers, the shower curtain that mysteriously absorbs garlic smell, the breath…and that’s just the start of it. […]
A simple, no-fuss and unique appetizer for your Easter or Passover dinner.
Polenta is a traditional italian dish made from boiled cornmeal. It was a popular dish amongst Northern Italy’s poor, as it was cheap and combined well with whatever other food was available.
Here’s a list of fruits and vegetables that store well over the winter. Be sure to stock up at your final local farmers market!
Easy, healthy vegan lunches that can be made on Sunday for the work week. They freeze well and can be eaten cold if you do not have access to a microwave.
One of the misconceptions about vegan eats is that you’re either living on salads or making some kind of elaborate, fake-meat based meal. That can’t be farther from the truth! Sure, I dig a good salad from time to time, but most of the meals we eat around here are much heartier and take less […]