Growing your own veges and herbs is a great way of having access to fresh food. It also helps to reduce your carbon foot print. Here in New Zealand, especially in the North, it is still time to start raising your own seedlings.
Time to grow your own food? There are a few things that you might want to consider when starting out on your new, exciting vegetable garden journey. Of course it is easy
I’m a big fan of home-made gifts. Especially edible, home-made gifts. So I’ve been playing around with some ideas. One of my favourites is good old chocolate.
For many years I only heard of tigernuts but was never able to buy some here in New Zealand. But now they are finally available. So I quickly bought some! 🙂
When it comes to muesli I like it crunchy and chewy. It isn’t too easy to find a vegan and gluten-free muesli that promises just that. And it can be quite pricey too.
I’m a big fan of home-made nut-milk. Especially since I live in New Zealand. The Recycling system is not as advanced as it is in Europe and therefore a lot of recyclable materials end up in land-fill.
Here in New Zealand, nights are getting chilly, leaves are dropping off the trees. The wood fire is on at night. And the plants in the garden have slowed down. My lettuce won’t grow fast enough