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Why You Should Go DIY With Junk Food, for the Health of It

This post was originally published on this site Cooking from scratch has so many advantages that it can actually make “junk food” a completely viable source of valuable nourishment. The post Why You Should Go DIY With Junk Food, for… Continue Reading →

8 Foods That Will Happily Grow on Your Apartment Balcony

This post was originally published on this site Many of us would love to grown our own food but lack the space. If all the outdoor space you have available is an apartment balcony, here’s what you can do! The… Continue Reading →

The Art of Taking a Pallet Apart

This post was originally published on this site Pallets have been at the forefront of repurposing items as a revolutionary act, and their versatility is seemingly second to none. The post The Art of Taking a Pallet Apart appeared first… Continue Reading →

10 Reasons You Should Reuse Newspapers

This post was originally published on this site When we reuse newspapers, we get more return from all of the resources and energy that went into producing them. Here are 10 reasons you should reuse them! The post 10 Reasons… Continue Reading →

How to Create a Seed Bomb for Guerilla Gardening

This post was originally published on this site Guerilla gardening is a fun way to combat our wasted spaces with something productive and beautiful that will serve both humankind and the rest of the natural world. The post How to… Continue Reading →

11 Fun and Fruitful DIY Garden Projects for the Indoors

This post was originally published on this site Some of these DIY indoor garden projects can provide food for the kitchen or greenery in the house, or prepare you to get back in the garden. The post 11 Fun and… Continue Reading →

How to Compost Without a Compost Bin

This post was originally published on this site Compost bins are convenient for a little extra something in our potting mix. Or you can just give that compost back to the earth with minimal effort. The post How to Compost… Continue Reading →

How to Use Dried and Preserved Plants as Maintenance-Free Home Décor

This post was originally published on this site With dried and preserved plants, we can all no matter how busy we normally are have a taste of nature in our décor! Try it with these ideas! The post How to… Continue Reading →

How Hydroponics Works and What to Know About Using It

This post was originally published on this site For urban garden designers, hydroponics has become a very popular solution to the lack of soils and space available in cities. The post How Hydroponics Works and What to Know About Using… Continue Reading →

How Morning Meditation Makes You More Melodious & How to Do It Daily

This post was originally published on this site Morning meditation can, in fact, be a rather blasé part of our routine, like a shower or breakfast or brushing our teeth. There is nothing to lose and a lot to gain… Continue Reading →

12 Reasons You Should Grow Mixed Berries at Home

This post was originally published on this site Here are 12 reasons you should try growing mixed berries at home! You won’t regret it. From treats to snacks, to the beauty, there’s so much to appreciate! The post 12 Reasons… Continue Reading →

The Tiger Lily: Edible, Beautiful, And Easy to Grow

This post was originally published on this site Tiger lilies produce stunning orange flowers with dark spots, and much of the plant is edible. Here’s how to forage and use them! The post The Tiger Lily: Edible, Beautiful, And Easy… Continue Reading →

How to Forage and Use Violets!

This post was originally published on this site Violets are actually highly nutritious, have a mild flavor, are a truly attractive groundcover plant, and they don’t take any effort to cultivate. The post How to Forage and Use Violets! appeared… Continue Reading →

DIY Natural Insect Repellents for the Summer

This post was originally published on this site Create one or all of these natural DIY insect repellents and keep them away all summer long! The post DIY Natural Insect Repellents for the Summer appeared first on One Green Planet.

All-Natural DIY Travel Supplies for This Summer’s Vacation

This post was originally published on this site Before we board that plane, boat or bus, we can make our own easy, healthier, and cheaper DIY summertime vacation supplies at home! The post All-Natural DIY Travel Supplies for This Summer’s… Continue Reading →

Sleep Tea, Conditioner, and Teeth Whitening: 7 Surprising Ways You Can Use Bananas

This post was originally published on this site Whether or not we are eating them, bananas are handy to have around for the bedroom, garden, bathroom, and more. It’s time we start looking at bananas from angles many of us… Continue Reading →

Why You Should Eat That Avocado Seed and How to Make it Tasty

This post was originally published on this site Avocado seed is actually the most nutrient dense part of an avocado and it’s completely edible. Don’t toss it! Here are some ideas on how to use it! The post Why You… Continue Reading →

7 Wild Plants That Make Great Tea

This post was originally published on this site An abundance of wild plants can be used to make fantastic teas, both flavorful and healthful, and they’re simple to identify and easy to find. The post 7 Wild Plants That Make… Continue Reading →

How to Forage and Enjoy Sorrel

This post was originally published on this site Both kinds of sorrel are delicious and nutritious foods to forage and enjoy responsibly. The post How to Forage and Enjoy Sorrel appeared first on One Green Planet.

How to Make Your Own Apple Cider Vinegar

This post was originally published on this site Apple cider vinegar, cooly referred to as ACV, is beyond wonderful.It’s good stuff. It’s powerful stuff. It’s something we should all have in the cabinet. Her’e how to make your owm …… Continue Reading →

How to Grow Your Own Watermelons

This post was originally published on this site Watermelons are native to Africa, and they prefer warm temperatures, which limits some people’s opportunities. However, with a little planning and some know-how, most of us can find just the right window… Continue Reading →

How to Make DIY Water-Efficient, Wicking Beds With Upcycled Materials

This post was originally published on this site Perhaps the most efficient way to grow our vegetables, both in terms of resource conservation and human effort, is cultivating them in DIY wicking beds. The post How to Make DIY Water-Efficient,… Continue Reading →

How to Make a DIY Cutting Board from Repurposed Wood

This post was originally published on this site Making a DIY cutting board from repurposed wood is fun and an accomplishment that’ll make you feel proud! The post How to Make a DIY Cutting Board from Repurposed Wood appeared first… Continue Reading →

7 Useful Things That Aren’t Plants But Are Great to Include in Your Garden

This post was originally published on this site While all such elements might not be necessary in every garden or ecosystem, the inclusion and combination of many is certainly a good idea that’ll help landscapers produce positive results. And, there… Continue Reading →

10 Drought-Tolerant Edible Plants

This post was originally published on this site There are actually lots of drought-tolerant productive plant choices that’ll put out fruits and veggies without much in the way of irrigation or rain. The post 10 Drought-Tolerant Edible Plants appeared first… Continue Reading →

What is an Herbal Lawn and How to Grow One

This post was originally published on this site For those who want or must have an expanse of shorn greenery as their garden, the new solution is to have one that is mixed and edible. The post What is an… Continue Reading →

How and Why to Make a Magical Labyrinth in Your Garden

This post was originally published on this site The labyrinths we can build in a yards or back patios are mesmerizing and attractive features. The post How and Why to Make a Magical Labyrinth in Your Garden appeared first on… Continue Reading →

7 Home Remedies for Spring Allergies

This post was originally published on this site Home remedies for Spring allergies are a good choice because they often provide our bodies with additional benefits rather than unwanted side effects. The post 7 Home Remedies for Spring Allergies appeared… Continue Reading →

7 Things to Do with Your Overabundance of Homegrown Cucumbers and Summer Squash

This post was originally published on this site Put into perspective, it’s a fabulous problem to have so much fresh food it’s driving us mad, but at that moment, with zucchinis taking over the dinner table, we need a guiding… Continue Reading →

Understanding Interval Training and Pairing it With Powerful Plant-Based Recipes

This post was originally published on this site Interval training is a technique of exercise that focuses on fluctuating the intensity of what would normally be a steady aerobic work-out, say jogging. The post Understanding Interval Training and Pairing it… Continue Reading →

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