There are really no downsides to starting a home garden. With just a little effort, you can have fresh vegetables available in your own backyard. Gardening is fairly straightforward- with some soil, a small space outside and sunlight, you can grow veggies for all of your favorite recipes.
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If you've ever thrown away part of your dinner and didn't think anything of it, you are not alone. The United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service estimates that 133 billion pounds of food in the available food supply goes uneaten each year. Wasted food isn't just bad for your pocketbook - it's also harmful to the environment. Here are four ways to stop wasting food:
With summer in full swing, it's time to put the abundance of farmer's market goodies to use. While corn on the cob and peaches are delicious when eaten by themselves, below are three salad recipes that reinvent summer favorites. To save time later in the week, make a large batch Sunday night and vacuum seal them in FoodVacBags vacuum sealer bags without dressing in portions or as a whole. You will then have a quick and healthy mid-week meal.
Beef jerky is one of the most popular food choices for camping and other outdoor activities. The biggest concern with beef jerky is that it can be too dry or too hard by the time you're actually ready to eat it. There are two ways to combat this all-too-common problem with one of America's favorite snacks.