You’ve nurtured and successfully grown some wonderful organic vegetables, so successful that you can’t eat them all at once, so now what? Let’s find out what to do with them so that nothing is wasted!
We’ll start with potatoes, these should be kept in a cool, dark place (a basket or cupboard would be perfect), and should be fine for about two weeks.
Onions should be stored in much the same way as potatoes and can last for up to two months. Continue reading
In our quest to eat more healthily, we are all trying to choose foods that contain fewer additives and chemicals.
However, when it comes to choosing between eating organically or naturally, we are not all clear on which one is better. Here is some information which may help to explain the differences.
The main thing to bear in mind when debating organic or natural, is that organic food has legal obligations, whereas anything labelled as organic must abide by some very strict guidelines.
Natural food has no such legal requirements, as of yet, although steps are being taken to rectify this.
In these days of economic awareness, organic appears to be the way forward for all of us, and one of the easiest places to undergo an organic transformation is often our gardens. Here are ten ideas to get you off to a start!
- Compost is a very good place to start when going organic, and is just so easy! Ensuring that you throw everything organic into a heap, (including plant prunings and tea bags).