Organic farming research has found that you can compost black walnut hulls successfully, despite the fact that they contain the toxic juglone compound.
Making flavorful homemade peanut butter is cheap and easy.
This creamy peanut sauce is a snap to make (no cooking
required), and makes a great dip for raw veggies, lettuce wraps, Thai satays
and other Asian snacks.
Nutsedge is a particularly invasive weed, but it can also be eaten raw, roasted, boiled and candied.
My nutty endeavors have reaped nutty - and delicious and healthful - rewards.
If you have black walnuts to shell, you need a heavy duty nutcracker. The Master Nut Cracker will do the job.
Learn how to kill nutsedge, both yellow (Cyperus esculentus) and purple (Cyperus rotundus), and remove it from your garden. Pine bark mulch may be one effective way to kill nutlets from yellow nutsedge.
September brought a huge chestnut harvest that I delight in gathering and eating.
If you want a superior doughnut (or any product), start with the best.
Learn how to make nut butter, an easy-to-make, healthy ingredient with numerous uses. Roasting nuts lends a deeper flavor to the nut butter, and grinding nut pieces instead of whole nuts is a good way to save some money.
Learn how to roast nuts, and you’ll improve nearly every recipe that calls for nuts. Luckily, roasting nuts is easy and may boost their antioxidant levels. You can make these with or without oil, salt and honey.
Growing and harvesting hazelnuts (filberts) in your garden.
Hidden inside the stinky orange pulp of the fruits of the ginkgo tree is a delicious, pistachio colored edible seed. Here's how to identify and prepare ginkgo (without the stinky parts) by foraging for ginkgo nuts!
Learn which crops you can grow in your garden to provide protein in your diet.
Chaya is one of the most delicious greens you've never tried. Learn to grow and enjoy this wonderful perennial!
Chinese water chestnuts are a delicious nutty root that are also easy to grow. Learn more in this article!
Eating only homegrown foods on the Fridays in Lent.