Category: fermentation

Bananas skins for Potassium for your plants

Kitchen scraps are a great resource for your garden. Here’s how to make a potassium rich fertilizer for your plants from discarded banana skins.

A week old and no smell

What’s that golden, bubbly liquid in the pic? It’s week old urine, that’s what! Yuck! You may well say, but its been modified by the addition of billions of bacteria that have fermented it over the last week. Now, it has only a sweet… Continue Reading “A week old and no smell”

Fermented Carrots (or pretty well any other vegetable)

Fermenting some of your food is a low cost way to boost your nutrition. Here’s a first step.

Kick starting your own Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar

In the past, I’ve written a little about the various ways of making your own ACV. As it’s a popular topic of discussion in workshops, I thought I’d go over a super basic way to start your own for free again. Apple Cider Vinegar… Continue Reading “Kick starting your own Apple Cider Vinegar”

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