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By Seed Supreme 6 years ago 301 Views No comments
Whichever way you look at it, moles don’t play fair. They like nothing more than destroying gardens and reducing the hard work of home-owners to rubble, but at the same time they’re just too sweet and adorably cute to even consider harming. Some of course aren’t phased by all this sweetness, but the less said about murderous types, the better.
By Seed Supreme 6 years ago 347 Views No comments
It goes without saying that the two variations of herbs the world relies on right now are fresh and dried…the two covering about 99.99% of herbs used at home. Drying is a millennia-old technique for preserving food and has become a mainstay in pretty much every culture the world over.
By Seed Supreme 6 years ago 317 Views No comments
Infused oils are a rather big deal these days among foodies, having made their way from the tables of the finest Italian restaurants to the shelves of every supermarket and corner shop gracing the land. They’re hard not to fall in love with – all the wonderful flavours of the world’s favourite herbs and spices locked in a delicious virgin olive oil – it’s the stuff foodie dreams are made of!
By Seed Supreme 6 years ago 331 Views No comments
What’s great about a herb garden is that just as long as the ground isn’t covered in a foot of snow, you can keep on harvesting your home-grown gems. It’s said so much it’s become rather cliché, but there’s genuinely nothing quite as satisfying as enjoying an explosion of flavour your own green fingers gave birth to.