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Use your homegrown vegetables to make 12 Recipes To Make Using Vegetables From The Garden!
Lori Hart saved to Awesome Recipe Round-Ups
Preserving fresh herbs from the garden or store is easy, and a good way to save money. Learn about 9 different ways to save them for later.
Ashley Jackson saved to Backyardigans
Freezing vegetables is a super easy way to preserve them! Find out how to freeze most any vegetable with this how to guide.
This nut free pesto sauce is packed with flavor and full of garden fresh goodness. It's perfect on pasta, pizza, poultry and veggies.
Connie Aragon saved to Fresh basil recipes
This year we made an edible tea garden - the perfect butterfly and bee garden for pollinators AND humans! These are the flowers we added PLUS free resources
How much to plant per person for a year's worth of food or how many plants per person... 'tis a much-asked question when one is trying to harvest and preserve enough food to take their
Dawn Vandersloot saved to Diy garden projects
Canning Recipes: Preserve your own food with more than 100 canning recipes for water bath canning, pressure canning. Recipes for canning vegetables, fruits, jellies, and meats
Nora Karp saved to Homesteading
14 · 60 minutes · Creamy Tomato Soup using fresh roma plum tomatoes! This easy homemade recipe is perfect for when you are picking fresh tomatoes from the garden! You will never buy canned tomato soup again!
- • 2 cloves Garlic
- • 2 Onions, medium
- • 3 lbs Roma tomatoes
- • 4 cups Vegetable broth
Baking & Spices
- • 1 Black pepper, fresh ground
- • 1 Salt
Oils & Vinegars
- • 2 tbsp Olive oil
- • 1/2 cup Heavy cream
Little Sunny Kitchen saved to Soup + Chili
Nasturtium recipes can be hard to find, and even those gardeners that know nasturtiums are edible tend to just snack on them right out in the field. Bring these tasty blooms (and leaves) indoors with
Denise Rowley saved to Nasturtium
There is nothing more beautiful than a basket full of homegrown bell peppers. I have been growing bell peppers for the last twenty years and have never been disappointed. There are many reasons to love bell peppers. They are really easy to grow, loaded with nutritional value and taste amazing raw and cooked.
Renae Compton saved to Gardening