Category: Edible Garden

Top 5: Fiber Options To Remedy Your Deficiency

The United States Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have written, the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines designed to help Americans eat a healthier diet and improve their overall eating habits.  It offers key recommendations with specific nutritional targets and dietary limits.  Americans’ social and economical culture has precipitated unhealthy eating

Top 5: Prepping for Your Herb Garden

Now that it is March, it is time to start thinking about your own herb garden.  First establish which zone you live in for hardy planting….see my previous post http://joannsfoodbites.com/foodie-bites/getting-your-spring-plants-ready/ Most herbs seeds can be planted outside, once the danger of frost has passed.  However, horticultural expert, Doug Johnson says when dealing with herbs, it

Composting at Home

To decrease our carbon footprint, home cooks should consider home composting. Benefits to home composting include not only reducing your carbon footprint, but also growing a better home vegetable garden.  Composting is the process of controlling the decomposition of organic matter by providing the proper environment for the process to take place. Devices can be