Nordic Fermented Vegetables Recipe

In Scandinavia, fermented vegetables have been a part of people’s traditional food. The cold winters meant fresh and local produce become extremely sparse. And as temperatures drop to a negative in some countries here such as in Sweden and Norway, the North Germanics have since been keen with pickling and fermenting to preserve their food for longer. Continue reading “Nordic Fermented Vegetables Recipe”

Easy DIY Wooden Planter Box

Why spend money on a wooden planter box when you can make your own instead? Crafting your own wooden planter box does not have to be expensive or exhausting. In fact, you can source old crates from local farmers and repurpose them just like Aussie herbalist and naturopathic nutritionist Reece Carter does at his own home. And if you’re that enthusiastic, you can give it your own style and personality. Continue reading “Easy DIY Wooden Planter Box”

How to Dry Herbs At Home

Fresh herbs are not only great for elevating your dishes; they are also beneficial for their medicinal qualities. Herbal teas, for one, can help elevate your mood, sooth your troubled tummy, and ease your sleeping problems. But it’s not just fresh herbs that do the job. When dried, herbs can make strong remedies for daily ailments, even ointments and lotions for the skin. Continue reading “How to Dry Herbs At Home”

Top 8 Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables

Top 8 dehydrated fruits and vegetables

Having a dehydrator in your kitchen makes it a cinch to create your own healthy snacks. There are heaps of fruits and veggies you can dry with your kitchen dehydrator. A huge benefit of dehydrated fruits and vegetables is that they have a long shelf life, as well as being lightweight which makes them perfect to store or take along to hikes and other outdoor activities. Continue reading “Top 8 Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables”