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Health and Community info
This is a great way to eat more organic food in your daily life.
A food forest is a permaculture design element consisting of seven layers from the canopy and shrubs on down past the soil layer.
Following are some options for your Kentucky food forest. All of these plants are routinely available in areas where they thrive.
The arctic raspberry (Rubus arcticus) is in the Rose family. It’s drought tolerance is Low and requires a minimum temperature of -62°F.
The arctic raspberry is Native to KY. It requires precipitation between 10 and 79 inches of rain annually.
The arctic raspberry is propogated by Bare root, Container, Corms, Cuttings, Seed, Sprigs. With a bloom period in Summer, the fruit/seed period begins in Summer and ends in Fall.
While a plant species may generally thrive and fruit in Kentucky, you may be in a climate that isn’t optimal.
Consult your local garden supplier or continue researching in order to find plants, shrubs and ground cover that match your specific hardiness zone, rainfall and direct sun.
We hope you enjoy creating your food forest! Submit a picture and your garden could be featured on this site!
Homemade Sriracha Sauce My Whole Food Life
. . . pm Thanks for sharing this recipe! This is one of my goals for this year, make hot sauce from our garden. I’ll definitely be trying this recipe soon. Reply Melissa King says: January 26, 2014 at 10:08 pm You are so welcome! I hope you enjoy i . . .
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It's Getting HOT In Herre. Carla Birnberg
. . . 2008 at 1:14 pm sounds very yummy. I love cajun and hubby loves the HEAT. He puts hot sauce on everything. I have being doing a lot of veggie lentil soup the last few months. A big pot lasts all week and it’s full of fiber. Marste says October 3. . .
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Alien On Toast: Hello?*
. . . The tempeh, I boiled for 10 mins then marinated in lime juice, soy sauce and hot sauce then baked it in the marinade, under foil for 20 mins. Then flipped it, took off the foil and baked another 10 mins. It was really tangy and yummy. Mini . . .
Chubby Vegan Mom: December 2011
. . . My husband didn't get overlooked, however. He got plenty of football fan attire, hot sauce and the first Walking Dead Compendium (a gift I now regret because every night after work I lose him to graphic novel zombies). See what I mean? . . .
Down Home Vegan: October 2012
. . . tomatoes, and tomato paste. Cook about five minutes. Stir in a splash of vinegar. Hot sauce to taste. Serve over rice and garnish with chopped red onion, cilantro, and lime wedges. Posted by Megan at 7:02 PM 1 comments Labels: beans , Engine . . .
The Laziest Vegans In The World: April 2011
. . . and I went to go eat. While eating the nachos I noticed that the taste of the hot sauce was actually addicting. I went back into the kitchen and checked the label for ingredients and was shocked that there were only 5 (Aged Cayenne Peppers, . . .
Bread Without Butter: August 2010
. . . the beans were warmed through and the corn slightly caramelized. The salsa and hot sauce went in last, cooked only until heated through. A tiny bit of salt and pepper finished the dish, which came together in fewer than 20 minutes and . . .