The Dirty Radish

dirty-radishWhere to Find The Dirty Radish
Blog URL:http://thedirtyradish.blogspot.com/
Category: food, cooking, gardening

The Dirty Radish

The Dirty Radish is a site dedicated to food. The author covers everything from planting to harvesting to cooking and freezing the food she’s grown. It’s a great site for people interested in growing the things they use in their kitchen and for people dedicated to finding new ways to use ingredients.

The Dirty Radish– Why You Should Go

It’s a fun and functional way of looking at food. The tips, suggestions and recipes are ones you’ll actually use, and the writing is fresh. It’s very much a personal blog, but has appeal for anyone who likes to vegetable garden and cook. Following the author’s garden for this summer and her food stockpiling in preparation for the upcoming birth of her baby is fun and interesting.

Summing Up The Dirty Radish

A foodie site that goes a bit further than many others because it starts at the very beginning; the planting stage. She helps people learn to grow their own food and then harvest it and use it sensibly and economically in their own kitchens. It’s kind of “pioneer woman” but thoroughly for today.

Go here to check out The Dirty Radish.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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Simple DIY Organic Living

Where to Find Organic. Period.:
Blog URL: http://organic.today.com/
Category: Green Living, Organic, Gardening

Organic. Period.

Organic. Period. Is more than a gardening blog, it is an entire course in living green, healthy, and organic. Our resident organic gardener takes us throughout the year on a journey to achieve a higher level of simplicity and health.

Organic. Period. – Why You Should Go

It’s a gardening blog, yes. That’s undeniable. But it is also an organic blog. The blog focuses on “what matters”—the “pure and simple” side of life. This is a blog to go to to plan for the organic garden and organic lifestyle all the year round. Our guide walks us through gardening, planning, and organic topics each month, discussing the issues and tasks at hand for the time. Along the way, you’ll learn many things about organic food production, DIY organic growing, and the lifestyle topic as a whole. You’ll also be treated to posts to inspire your mind and set it at ease. The author invites you to,

“Learn to live a greener lifestyle, one step at a time… [through] articles about organic gardening, green living, energy efficiency, renewable resources, and many other related topics.”

Summing Up Organic. Period.

The organic lifestyle somehow has gotten a reputation as a complex and delicate thing, but in reality it is not. It is a lifestyle that relies on simplification and a step back to the natural state of the things. It’s all very simple, really, and that is what this blog has set out to show. For a simpler life…

Go here to check out Organic. Period.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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