My personal fav of all homemade plant milks is by far the cashew drink: it is super fast and super easy to make and it even tastes like real milk in your coffee.
The good news is, that you do not have to filter out the nuts after blending! The recipe really involves very few steps and kitchenware – only the soaking of the cashews takes a bit of time.Read More »
How many times did I buy a pot of basil for my kitchen at the farmers market, rather than just getting a few bunches – hoping I could harvest my little plant whenever I need basil for cooking (sustainability!!…plus it looks so nice and chefy to have a basil plant on your window sill <3). That was the plan every single time. It must be possible that the plants can survive my care a little longer than just two weeks!? But it did not work once and I was buying a new basil pot every time the old one died.Read More »
Chives plants are very frugal and easy to grow (perfect for people who do not have a green thumb, like myself). 🙂
They are perennial and therefore able to overwinter. The most important thing the chives need is WATER, lots of it.
Marjoram plants are available in garden centers or supermarkets from springtime on. Repot the marjoram into a bigger pot to give it more space to grow (the pots you can buy them in are usually too small). If there is more than one plant, plant them separately into several pots, which also allows you to experiment with different locations.
Amaranth is mainly available in two different versions: as whole grain or as puffed/popped amaranth. The amaranth grains usually cost less than half than the puffed ones, and it is insanely easy to pop the grains yourself at home in just a few minutes.