Schlumbergera (Christmas Cactus)

By: Yogurt Hydro | 7 Comments | | Category: Nature, Uncategorized | Tags : , , , ,

christmas cactus

Gorgeous isn’t it? Also the name is fabulous. Schlumbergera, great word right? LOL. The Christmas Cactus belongs to the Schlumbergera genus and blooms when the light and dark cycle is about even, and the evenings are cool. They require very little care, if anything you are more likely to overwater... more

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Sockeye Salmon, Couscous Tabouli, and double fried Potato Wedges

By: Yogurt Hydro | 0 Comments | | Category: Cooking & Baking, Fishing, Food, Main | Tags : , , , , , , , , ,

sockeye salmon, couscous tabouli, potato wedges

Tabouli is a Middle Eastern dish packed with flavor. The parsley, lemon juice and mint give it a very distinct taste. It goes perfectly with salmon. This couscous version is really simple and fast. Quinoa, cracked wheat or bulgar all work for tabouli, but I had couscous on hand. First,... more

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DIY Labels or Gift Tags

By: Yogurt Hydro | 3 Comments | | Category: Crafts, Crafts & DIY | Tags : , , , , , , ,

homemade labels

I needed some pretty tags for my bottles of ACV (apple cider vinegar), so I decided to whip some up. Looking through (way too many) craft items this is what I (eventually!) decided on. With holidays upon us, these could easily be used as gift tags. They were quick and... more

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Apple Cider Vinegar

By: Yogurt Hydro | 2 Comments | | Category: Fermentation, Food, Recipes, Vinegar | Tags : , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

diy labels

Did you know you can make your own apple cider vinegar? Raw, unpasteurized, organic apple cider vinegar can be quite expensive to buy, but home made can be made using a few apples or even cores and peels. If you happen to have a tree of your own, or are... more

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Mite Spray for Houseplants

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DIY mite spray

I haven’t had any problems so far this year. Knock wood. Every spring a few houseplants get a new residence outside to soak up the sun. Once they’ve acclimated to indoor life again in the fall, I sometimes notice I’ve also brought in some new, unwanted pets. MITES. I’m holding... more

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