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How to grow fresh micro greens on your windowsill

My family and I love the taste and texture of those uber fresh, nutrient-dense micro greens available now in the produce section of most supermarkets, but boy, are they expensive. 1,553 more words

Kitchen Fun

The Daily Bento Rewind; May Flowers

Looking back over my bentos for the year I realize that they can seem a lot alike. Protein (I favor pounded white turkey tenders because they are easy to make and still taste great all week long), something starchy and five colors. 66 more words


Daily Bento Rewind

I usually post my daily bento on facebook. It is quick during my too busy days. I have two whole weeks of winter break and am free to study anything I want instead of what I need to teach (research is a big factor in why I love being a teacher) AND I can slow down and enjoy bento’s past. 163 more words

Fresh From The Garden

Made a mushroom but loaf last night (which is one of my favorite roast like meaty dishes) and it was a fail in texture and was crumbly so today I took a piece of it and mushed it up with a little egg and a little grated cheese… … 125 more words

Gluten Free

Winter Garden Update

Protecting the Staples!

A winter garden seems to be about selecting cold hardy plants, getting them to a certain level of maturity, and then protecting them. 666 more words


growing micro greens

Have you ever tried growing micro greens? We decided they would make our food so much fancier, so we are growing them inside by our sunniest window. 27 more words


Micro-forest behind the faucet

Whenever we have some kind of root stalk of a vegetable left— like carrot, cabbage, celery (shown above)—I put the root end on a dish and splash it with water. 145 more words