All these organic home grown goodies from our allotment. Cucumbers, callaloo, white onion, red onion, garlic, cooking apple, herbs; oregarno, mint, sage tomatoes and green beans. #homegrowntastesbetter #allotment #herbs #vegetables Advertisements
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To enjoy the health benefits of herbs and spices, either grow them at home, or buy them organic and fresh from a farmers market or like us grow on our allotment.
A quick simple cup of sage tea. Pour about 1 cup boiling water over about 1 tablespoon of sage leaves and steep to the desired strength before straining out the leaves. Honey and lemon can be added (optional)
You can put sage cuttings right after having cut it off the sage plant, into a glass of water. After about 2 weeks the cuttings should have developed sufficient roots so that it can be planted directly into the soil.
Combine sorrel and ginger together to make a refreshing tea. Bring water to a boil in a saucepan or kettle; pour over sorrel mixture. Add honey to taste.
Ingredients to make pumpkin red lentils and coconut soup. 2 garlic cloves (finely chopped) 1 onion (chopped) 1 cup red lentils (rinsed) 500g pumpkin 2 carrots 1 large parsnip 2 large sweet potatoes 1 tin coconut milk 1 vegetable stock cube 8 cups water Black pepper Sprig of thyme Small bonnet pepper Wash lentials Wash… Continue reading Pumpkin red lentils and coconut soup