Vietnamese Pickled Carrots Recipe with Daikon Radish
adapted from Eating Local by Janet Fletcher Since I only had carrots growing in my garden and no daikon, I simply replaced the daikon half with carrots. Use any ratio you wish for the pound of veggies. Next time, I'll have to try just pickling daikon!Makes about 1 lb. of pickles.
Growing Asian Vegetables: Pak Choi
This is the second installment in a series about my experiences growing Asian vegetables. You can find the other articles by clicking on the tag “Growing Asian Vegetables” at the bottom…
Growing Chinese Broccoli Plants: Learn About The Care Of Chinese Broccoli
Chinese kale vegetable, also called Chinese broccoli, is an interesting and delicious vegetable crop that originated in China. Find tips for growing, caring and harvesting Chinese broccoli in the following article.
Information about Chinese Okra including applications, recipes, nutritional value, taste, seasons, availability, storage, restaurants, cooking, geography and history.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS | The Original Guide to Living Wisely
The healing and restorative powers of nature, modernized for you in the Natural Health blog.
Growing Unusual Fruits and Vegetables from the Grocery Store
Have you ever wandered through a grocery produce section and wondered how some of the more exotic fruits and vegetables are grown and how they should be prepared? I recently roamed the aisles of a local grocery that caters to our city's growing international transplants. I had never seen so many root vegetables that were unknown to me. My husband wasn't along and therefore could not be embarrassed by his wife, so I asked permission to photograph some of the produce with my phone. The…
Rhapis excelsa (Lady Palm) 400mm
Small clump-forming evergreenpalm with highly attractivefronds. Clumping palm withmany slender stems that arecovered in a coarse coconut-likefibre. Fan-shaped fronds are deepglossy green and have jaggedends. Highly adaptable to lowlight conditions...
Growing, buying, cooking Chinese long bean
Photo courtesy of Wikipedia. This is how you'll spot Chinese long beans at the market. These ridiculously long beans are cut into short le...