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Alfalfa Sprouts

It is definitely a transition time between summer and fall/winter plantings right now. Gardens, at least my garden, is in desperate need of soil replenishment. We will take the next 4-6 weeks to put some worm castings, manure and compost in the soil and let it marinate a bit before we start planting our fall crops. We will also try to reconfigure the beds a wee little bit based off of what has worked and what did not work for us this past year. We found that square foot garde

Everything's better in purple

Oh, glorious purple! The cabbages are now ready to be harvested and eaten. I found a couple of cabbage recipes that we tried and that you must try as well if you are cabbage lovers. The first one is a vegetable stir fry which we substituted our red acre cabbage for the green cabbage that it called for and you can see the amazing color that it gave the dish. The second recipe is a lot like a slaw. It is crispy, crunchy and tangily-sweet...so good. Vegetable Pancit Stir Fry 8 o

Salad for days

Our lettuces are giving us big returns, so much so that I decided to get a bit creative with our salad last night since we are eating them everyday. I found the best recipe from Budgetbytes that I tweaked a bit AND it was so good I had to share it with you... https://www.budgetbytes.com/2017/02/roasted-cauliflower-salad-lemon-tahini-dressing/ This salad is a combination of warm and cool veggies, a little spicy heat from the chickpeas and a refreshing tangy-ness from the dress