Posts tagged as: how-to

The Science Of Salad: How To Make A Salad That Serves As A Real Meal, And Actually Keeps You Feeling Full

May 14th, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

This is what my lunch looks like pretty much every day: working on my computer with an enormous salad in my extra-large glass tupperware. This salad will keep me going strong until dinner time! I love salad. I always have, for as long as I can remember. I haven’t always been vegan and I certainly [...]

How To Make Red Wine Vinegar At Home

February 18th, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

One of the interesting side effects of dating someone in the wine business is that there’s lots of wine. Everywhere. Always. During business hours, wine gets opened for professional tastings, for client sampling, for . . . curiosities sake. It seems like there’s always extra wine lying around, these days. Which is new for me! [...]

Mason Jar Travel Cup HACK: Homemade Cuppow/EcoJarz Sip Cup

January 26th, 2014 - posted under: The Farm » Home

First things first! Thank you SO MUCH for all the love and well wishes on my Birthday Love List last week. Celebrations and school were keeping me extra busy, but of course I read each comment, and every single one of them made my birthday so much better. So thank you!!! And now, on to [...]

Preserving 2013: Storing Up For Winter, With Recipes!

November 13th, 2013 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

I must admit, I’m still getting used to this posting-once-a-week schedule. It’s been good to me, in that it’s freed up some much needed time, and it allows me to focus my blogging energy into one really good, really solid post each week. I like that. But still, I can’t help but miss our more [...]

The Many Lives Of Kale // or // How To Get The Very Most Value Out Of Your Vegetables, Both Nutritionally and Financially

October 22nd, 2013 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

I am not a wasteful person. I would say, in fact, that I am pretty much the antithesis of a wasteful person. I have always been this way – being raised by my single mother to appreciate and to conserve, compounded by a tendency towards thriftiness that’s totally inherent. I consider this a gift, as [...]