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Dandelion Jelly

By: Yogurt Hydro | 8 Comments | | Category: Canning, Food, Foraging, Preserve, Recipes | Tags : , , , , , , , ,

dandelion jelly

A unique foraged jelly made with dandelion petals with a delicate honey - apple flavor. more

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Sleepy Time Banana Peel Tea

By: Yogurt Hydro | 8 Comments | | Category: Dehydrating, Food, Preserve, Recipes, Tea | Tags : , , , , , , ,

banana peel tea

If you’ve ever had trouble sleeping and would like a natural remedy, Banana Peel Tea may be your answer. After spending last week making banana breads and banana cookies, I had plenty of peels saved up in the freezer. I washed them and removed all the stickers before use and... more

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Dandelion Capers

By: Yogurt Hydro | 11 Comments | | Category: Food, Foraging, Pickling, Preserve, Recipes, Vinegar | Tags : , , , , , , , , , ,

Early spring means plentiful foraging. Dandelions are among the first wild edibles of the season and are easily recognized by the majority of people. The entire plant is edible and has so many uses. Dandelion is incredibly good for you with many health benefits and medicinal uses. Have you ever... more

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Gather Ye Dandelions While Ye May

By: Yogurt Hydro | 8 Comments | | Category: Food, Foraging, Freezing | Tags : , , , , , , , ,

Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old Time is still a-flying; And this same flower that smiles today Tomorrow will be dying. Excerpt from To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time. Robert Herrick, 1591 – 1674 Spring has sprung! I am preparing to make dandelion jelly, also known as... more

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Fruit & Vegetable Pulp Crackers

By: Yogurt Hydro | 8 Comments | | Category: Bread, Cooking & Baking, Dehydrating, Desserts, Food, Preserve, Probiotic, Quick Breads, Recipes | Tags : , , , , , , , , , ,

fruit and vegetable pulp crackers

Last week I started a Apple Raspberry Wine. Rather than discarding the pulp afterward, I decided to use it. Whenever I juice or make a mash I am left with a portion of fruit or vegetable pulp that normally is thrown away. I have occasionally added it to cakes or... more

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