With so many farmers markets and distributors looking for new food products, now is a great time to start selling your home-based foods. This Maryland-based nut confection seller has figured it out.
Foraging for wild watercress: Turn a summer hike into a grocery shopping expedition with bushels of free food for the gathering. Originally published as "Watercress" November/December 1982 MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
How to reduce fresh food waste, protect the environment, and help others.
This is the Yuca root, also known as cassava. It tastes very much like a potato and in nutrition is very similar. If you have a Mexican market near you, this root will likely be found there.
Protect some of the naturally occurring plants in your garden and learn how to cultivate these would-be weeds for good eating.
Enjoy the tastes of spring with these recipes from the garden. Radish Toasts, Pea and Mint Risotto, and Lemon-Parmesan Asparagus Salad highlight the bright and crisp tastes of the spring vegetables.
Homemade bone broth is easy to make and rich in flavor, nutrients. Follow this recipe for a easy step-by-step to making your own broth at home.
Grow nasturtium – an edible flower with a radish-like taste – and use these tips to incorporate it into any diet.
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