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Ginger Powder

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Your British Columbia Food Forest

Your garden can supply an abundance of food – seeds, nuts, fruits and more compromise a “food forest”.   A food forest is a multi-layered composition of food-producing plants.  It is ideally low-maintenance and produces a wealth of edibles.

Want to eat more organic food? A food forest is a great way to do that.

Permaculture design identifies seven layers in a food forest, from the tallest trees in the canopy continuing down below the soil layer.

There are many varieties of plants that are routinely available in British Columbia garden centers, including a few examples below.

The squashberry has a Late Spring bloom period. Propogated by Container, Cuttings, Seed, Sprigs, the fruit/seed period of the squashberry lasts from Summer to Fall.

Surviving in temperatures above -62°F, the squashberry is in the Honeysuckle family. It’s scientific name is Viburnum edule, and it has a Low drought tolerance.

The squashberry requires between 8 and 180 inches of rain per annum. It is Native to BC.

While a plant may be listed as fruit-bearing in British Columbia, you might not have the best growing conditions in your specific area.

Talking to your local garden supplier is a great way to learn more about the plants, shrubs and ground species that will be the perfect fit for your new food forest.

Are you growing an awesome food forest? Submit a picture and we may feature you on this site.

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ADDICTED To VEGGIES: Gold Ginger Miso Sauce & Warm Broccoli Quinoa Bowl
. . .  (it's spicy acidity can sometimes cause heartburn). Substitutes for Fresh Ginger: Ginger Powder //or// minced Ginger (found in the refrigerated section of your grocery store – it's not raw though). Both of these options will be less intense than  . . .

Choosing Raw Vegan And Raw Recipes Strawberry Ginger Chia Pudding
. . .  strawberries 1 3/4 cups almond milk (or any homemade nut milk of choice) 3/4 tsp ginger powder (less if you dislike the taste; you can also omit or replace with cinnamon!) 2 pitted dates OR 1 tbsp agave or maple syrup OR stevia to taste Blend  . . .

Choosing Raw Vegan And Raw Recipes Raw, Vegan Blueberry Ginger Ice Cream
. . .  2 frozen bananas 1 heaping cup frozen blueberries 1/2 inch fresh ginger (or 1/2 tsp ginger powder if you’re using a food processor) 1/4 cup cashews 2 tsp lemon juice 2-4 tbsp almond or hemp milk If you’re using a high speed blender : Blend all ing  . . .