If you’re interested in making a pesto out of carrot tops, here’s the recipe for Kale Detox Salad with Pesto.
When we need to use a lot of veggies at once, we sub out the broccoli in this fried rice recipe.
We make this tomato sauce when we have way too many tomatoes.
This was one week’s CSA yield. Every Thursday we have to dry everything out, break it down, and make it fit in our fridge.
Here’s the 2019 dirty dozen list—the twelve foods that tend to have the most pesticide residue on them, making buying organic forms of that produce more worth it. There’s also a clean fifteen—fifteen foods from conventional growers that have the least pesticide residue.
This is the Jar Method workshop we bought from Brown Kids. We break down all our produce every week into glass jars so it’s ready to go when we need it and lasts long enough to get through everything every week.
We decided to attempt canning peaches again this year, following this recipe.
The process includes boiling the peaches, taking off the skin, and boiling the can to seal it.
We also followed this tutorial for creating the trivet of canning jar bands that supported the jar in the pot.
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