Learn to pickle cucumbers the simple way so you can make the best dill refrigerator pickles you’ve ever had. I promise they’ll be a big hit with everyone. You’ll use up your garden bounty and you won’t have to spend all day in the kitchen!
Homemade baked beans are a must! And once you make this baked beans recipe, you’ll never go back to the overly sweet and metallic tasting beans from a can.
I’ve tasted some different wines over the years, but one of the best and most unique wines I have ever tasted is this simple dandelion wine recipe. Enjoy!
Homemade pectin is very easy to make. And with jam season right around the corner, it’s time to get the recipes out! Also included is a simple and delicious Strawberry Jam Recipe.
Today we’ll discover vegetative propagation (plant cuttings) that allow us to produce more plants from existing plants, rather than having to buy more plants from the garden center.
Growing fennel is easy! Whether you’re growing it for bulb, leaf, or both, it can be direct seeded into your garden after your last frost. You can even grow it in a pot if you are short on space.
Learn how to roast garlic, what roasted garlic tastes like, and if cooked garlic is as healthy for you as raw garlic. You will be surprised, and you will love this roasted garlic recipe!
Did you know rhubarb was a vegetable? Have you had rhubarb sauce? I love it on ice cream! This sauce can also be made into a jam, no pectin needed, because rhubarb contains pectin!
Grow edible flowers to give your garden beauty, with usefulness. Flowers are pretty, but many are also edible. Use this list to supplement your garden with beautiful, edible, flowers!
Sometimes when I have a few extra dollars, I’ll treat myself and go out to eat. I love Italian food, and the olive oil bread dip is my favorite. It’s also really easy to make!
I put together this list of gardening techniques to help new gardeners here at DIY Natural navigate through all the different approaches to growing gardens.
Starting seeds indoors is simple, it saves a lot of money, and it allows you to do some gardening before it’s warm out. No, it’s not same as digging in the soil outside, but it’s the next best thing!
Last week we explored how to quench your spring fever by growing microgreens. Today we’re going to talk about how and why eating and growing sprouts is also a great idea!
It definitely took a few tries for me to come up with a homemade tomato soup recipe that lived up to my husband’s childhood memories. But this soup does it!
Growing microgreens is a great way to have fresh greens during winter. But don’t limit them to cold weather, they’re delicious and nutritious all year long!
Is sugar vegan? The answer may surprise you. The short answer is, some types/brands of sugar are vegan. Learn why all sugar is not vegan, and learn which brands of sugar are vegan.
Let’s answer the question, “What is Herbs de Provence?”, learn how to use it, and learn how to make a Herbs de Provence oil so we can cook with these delicious flavors more often!
While it’s easy to make maple syrup, it is definitely time consuming. We go over the process and also teach you about a bunch of other trees to tap for syrup!