Foraging Fridays

Foraging Fridays: Cheap Produce

We talked in the past few Foraging Friday Posts about how to not waste food you have at home. In this post, we are going to talk about the best parts of any small grocery store, farmers market, or local produce stand; the "these are overripe and 75% off" part of the produce section. Yesterday, in… Continue reading Foraging Fridays: Cheap Produce

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Foraging Fridays · Gluten Free · Slow-Cooker Meal · Whole30 Compliant

Foraging Fridays Post 2: Waste Not, Want Not – Pickled Cucumbers and Beets

Pickling is a great way to save vegetables that you know you just can't get to before they go bad.  Two of the easiest items to pickle are beets and cucumbers. What You Need: Cucumbers or Beets Pickling Spices White Distilled Vinegar Sugar (Optional) Garlic and fresh dill - if pickling cucumbers What To Do:… Continue reading Foraging Fridays Post 2: Waste Not, Want Not – Pickled Cucumbers and Beets

Foraging Fridays · Gluten Free · Whole30 Compliant

Foraging Fridays Post 1: Homemade Tomato Sauce

At the end of each week, I am notorious for having plenty of vegetables leftover.  There's nothing I dislike more than wasting food but what are we supposed to do with those tomatoes that are too ripe for a salad, or those mushrooms that are looking a little past their prime? Easy - we make… Continue reading Foraging Fridays Post 1: Homemade Tomato Sauce