If you have stone remnants, read this before you toss them! We’ve rounded up 10 ways to repurpose granite and quartz countertops so they don’t end up in the landfill.
Natural and biodegradable, these dishcloths are absorbent and also easy to clean. So, if your dishrag needs cleaning, here’s how to clean a Swedish dishcloth 5 ways.
This eco-friendly alternative to a sponge is a cleaning powerhouse. Here’s how to use a Swedish dishcloth in the kitchen and around the house.
Looking to cut down on kitchen waste? If you’re deciding between a linen vs. cotton bread bag, we’ve outlined key differences between the two fabrics.
Have a craving for chutney? Here’s a roundup of 10 canned chutney recipes plus safe canning tips to ensure your chutney stays shelf stable for as long as possible.
Can you compost moldy food? Yes, the compost process breaks down organic matter into a rich soil amendment—moldy foods just have a head start!
If you have pints of fresh blueberries but are short on time, freeze them first, and can them later! We’ll show you tips and tricks on canning frozen blueberries.
Can you compost eggs? We’ll break it down from eggshells, raw egg, cooked egg, to egg cartons! Read on for compost tips and how to use eggshells in the garden.
Freezing winter squash is one of the best ways to preserve this nutritious member of the gourd family. Read on for handy tips!
Ginger tastes great but spoils quickly. Learn how to freeze fresh ginger root to extend shelf life and ensure you never run out if this culinary powerhouse.
If you’re wondering, can you compost mushrooms, the short answer is yes. Learn more about composting with fungi and how it helps your compost pile.
Some like it hot…if you want to grow chili peppers indoors, we’ll show you how to do this step-by-step. Plus we have a few handy tips on keeping your plant healthy!
If you have a compost pile, can you compost watermelon rind? Yes, you can! We’ll take a closer look at composting this summertime favorite.
Both are great for improving soil health, but we’ll compare the pros and cons of cow manure vs. mushroom compost so you can decide which to use in your garden!
Can you compost shrimp shells? Yes, with a bit of work. Learn how to use shrimp shells in your compost and garden to provide a boost of nutrients.
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