Frozen green beans are half the cost of fresh ones and retain more vitamins A and C than other frozen vegetables...
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This magic elixir is what her grandmother doused her with when she had gotten into a patch of the dreaded poison ivy.
Seed saving happens all year long, depending where you live.
Eco Tips from Priscilla Woolworth
If you're looking for that classic yellow color, just add a little turmeric powder.
Did you know that aloe vera is good for so much more than treating sunburns.
How to keep celery fresh!
I wrote about this back in 2009!
I still use this one!
The U.S. government regulates use of the term “organic,” but “sustainable” and “biodynamic” have no legal definitions.
PW Tips 2018 Summer
Synthetic fabrics, from which 60% of all clothing on earth is made, have a big hidden problem: when they’re washed, they release tiny plastic bits — called microfibers...
Maintaining a sit spot is one of the most profound activities you can undertake. It hones your observational skills, helping you learn about the woods, and how the forest or trees change.
These “considered weed” plants, have a number of powerful health benefits. In fact, humans have been using dandelions in food for much of recorded history.
Organic spices don’t contain any fillers, synthetic anti-caking agents, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives that may be found in conventional spices. They’re also not irradiated and are free of genetically modified ingredients.
The red hibiscus flower is cultivated worldwide for both its aesthetic appeal and its medicinal uses, which is in the form of tea.
It’s time to stop making air fresheners for cars, and phase them out just as skin-exfoliating products were, the polluting microbead kind.
The two most diverse, all natural and beloved kitchen ingredients in my home!
Do you know what to do with all the individual shipping boxes that Amazon and other retailers send out? There is one solution that seems worth a try.
My Eco Tips Winter 2017/18
These 3 plants are tops at removing a variety of pollutants from inside your home or office.
There are many great new products in my store! Check them all out!
Olive Oil, Salt & Honey!
Did you know that salt harvested in the Himalayas contains trace amounts of calcium, iron, potassium and magnesium and also contains lower amounts of sodium than regular salt?
Did you know…that by choosing line-caught fish when shopping for seafood, you are choosing a sustainable alternative that protects endangered fish.
Do you know what the IDA is? Do you know why exterior lights should be facing down?
Once the holiday season is over, each strand makes wonderful fire starters.
3 ways you can use your money as a powerful tool for positive change.
Just as reintroducing wolves to Yellowstone National Park has changed the course of the river, so too can the course of Lyme disease be altered...
This time of year marks the worldwide migration of fish...
When shopping for napkins, I try and choose cloth napkins that are easy to wash, and preferably don’t need to be ironed.
The house smells amazing, while the oranges are drying.
Placing nesting boxes in your yard is a great way to help bird species that normally nest in old woodpecker holes or cavities.
I think I’ll be saving money in the future by doing this!