How do you cook raw spinach?
Question by kelli_enkeli 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I would love a recipe for the spinach feta stuffed pretzels, wow they are so good :)?
Question by iamaqtpoo 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi, I have made a spinach flavored dough and want some suggestions for what pasta sauce would go well with it.Thanks
Question by MoafaqA 11 months ago
I plan to start growing a med-large vegetable garden (parsley,cucumber,pumpkin,carrot, cantaloupe,sweet basil,spinach, green peppers and a small pomegranate tree as an extra). I dont want to use any pesticides or chemical deterrents. Any ideas as to what to go with? Chicken wire?
Question by blackkittyatl 9 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Would someone please make an instructable for a hand or bike powered 'shredder' or 'chipper' that doesn't involve welding. Bahi did a great one, but it requires welding, and we don't have that available. The woody stuff that needs making into much smaller pieces are: orach stems, collard and kale stems, summer squash vines, perpetual spinach roots, tomato stems and Florence fennel stalks (they get to be about eight feet tall each year).
Topic by mole1 8 years ago | last reply 15 days ago
I just planted a small victory garden in my backyard. The yard is mostly a steep hill, and the patch shown is just about the largest, flattest part. I planted cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, artichokes, and spinach. A few days later, everything but the artichokes has been munched, and there are hoof-prints all over. So, knowing I don't want to build a huge fence for a small hobby-level garden, how should I keep deer out?I live in a fairly urban Oakland, CA neighborhood, so despite what one might think -- and what I might enjoy --, hunting the deer is out. I read that human hair works as a repellent, but I don't need a hair cut anytime soon. Among other ideas, Country Wisdom and Know How suggests that I put a 4-foot barrier of chicken wire on the ground around the garden. Apparently, deer don't like to walk on chicken wire. Has anyone tried putting chicken wire on the ground? They also suggest tying a dog up in the yard near the garden, but I'm more inclined to the chicken wire idea.
Question by ewilhelm 10 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
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Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago