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A quick fix to food fatigue? Condiments! With an exciting and healthy balance of condiments, you could eat a bowl of rice every day while staying in relatively high spirits with acceptable energy levels that will hold you over until a nice juicy deer comes along.
How do you know if your canned food has gone bad? If only it were as simple as checking the expiration date! Sorry friends, but that expiration date is just a recommendation. In truth, canned food can spoil due to many factors other than time spent on the shelf.
Not every edible item is a candidate for dehydration. Some foods lose their nutritional value, some become inedible once dehydrated, some can make you sick.
Rather than planting one herb or vegetable in a small container, plant multiple crops in one sizeable pot. This method makes the most of your space.
Organic fertilizers not only have the potential to boost the growth of your produce but also add in extra nutrients, and you’ve been throwing them away!
Store-bought or homegrown, you can reuse those vegetable scraps to grow an endless supply of food starting with just a container of water at home.