Pumpkin Blossom Flower Fritters Two Ways

I have noticed that our pumpkin plant is giving us lots of male flowers during the summer time so I collected some for our lunch today. I can imagine that there are plenty of recipes already how to cook them, but this is how I do it. Pumpkin Blossom Flower Fritters Quick And Easy For about 16 pumpkin flowers you need: Version one, nutritious, not crispy. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or as entree: 2 eggs 1/2 cup of wholemeal flour 1/2 tsp of baking soda some beer or sparkling water Mix the eggs and baking soda with a fork until fluffy. Add some flour and beer/water little by little while… Read More

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Spicy Lime Pickle With Ginger And Turmeric

Our lime tree is full of limes so I made some spicy lime pickles. It turned out really good so sharing it here today. I would never think that it can be such a great addition into our Asian cooking, slow cooking, marinating and other dishes. We have also tried on a sandwich and it was great as well!  Spicy Lime Pickle Quick And Easy 16 limes cut into small equal pieces like each lime into 8 pieces 2 large table spoons salt Mix together in a glass bowl, cover with cling wrap and put into the fridge for two days. Stir 2-3 times per day. On the third day:… Read More

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Easy To Grow And Collect Tea In Your Food Forest Backyard Garden Balcony

Why would you go and buy tea if it grows so easily in your backyard? All of these plants grow very easy in our subtropical climate where I live 🙂 I’m sure all of them will grow in most of the climates especially during the summer. Hope you enjoy this video 🙂 Grow And Enjoy! Your Own Tea! Are you adventurous enough to drink more than just one sort of tea? If so, why don’t you grow your own herbal teas yet? It is healthy, delicious and it grows just at the reach of your hand! The collection in this photo are only few of the wide range you can grow… Read More

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