Peel Garlic in 10 Seconds

Peel Garlic in 10 Seconds

Can you peel garlic in 10 seconds? Not just one clove, but a handful or even a whole head? Can you do 5 or 10 in a row? Sure you can, we show you how in our very short video! Extremely simple, works every time and completely eliminates the mess, fuss and frustration of peeling [...]

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Cucamelon

Pickled Cucamelons with Dill and Mint

Cucamelons are tiny watermelon lookalikes originally from Central America that are enjoying their spot in the limelight these days. Home gardeners are captivated with the look of these jewel-like melons and then often fall completely in love with their crisp, crunchy, cucumber-tinged-with-lime flavor. After you’ve gotten your fill of fresh cucamelons in salads, salsas, as [...]

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Cindy and Stephen Scott of Terroir Seeds

Seed Saving for Quality Interview

I recently did an interview on seed saving with an emphasis on quality on The Survival Podcast with Jack Spirko. He does a different kind of podcast, what I call a “thinking persons preparedness” show. There is much more of the everyday, common sense preparedness approach; that of being ready for a severe weather event,  [...]

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Humboldt Elementary School Garden

Humboldt Elementary School Garden

Today we have a wonderful story that was sent to us by one of our customers who spearheaded the rehabilitation of an elementary school garden in a small Arizona town. What this story means to me are the far reaching impacts of positive ripples. Small actions that are taken thoughtfully and with full intention can [...]

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Mini Bottle Gourd

Gourds Today

Gourds are well known today for their use in beautiful artwork and crafting. Historically gourds have been a part of many societies since ancient times. Used as bowls, vessels, bottles, spoons, musical instruments and tools; gourds have a unique place in our history. Gourds are mainly grown today to support the arts and craft market [...]

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