Let black-eyed peas create an earthy broth for this hearty vegetable stew. Make it now to have easy, healthy meals when you need them: after a beach weekend, a lazy Sunday, or lunch anytime. Consider bringing it to a family potluck too. Black-Eyed Vegetable Stew costs just $1.08 a serving using organic ingredients. I created […]
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The secret ingredient in this hummus makes it healthier, thriftier, and greener. That’s a win-win-win in my book! My Taster likes it better than my original hummus too. Win-Win-Win Hummus costs just 78 cents a serving using organic ingredients. You’ll find three something-for-nothing ingredients in one recipe: My homemade hummus uses no oil. Use olive […]
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Use broccoli stems to make a creamy soup with an Asian tang. This Something-For-Nothing recipe is thick and fluffy, with balanced notes of orange and ginger. I’d be happy to get a bowl of this broccoli soup at a restaurant, yet its main ingredient usually winds up in the trash! You can make it in […]
Wondering how to compost food scraps? Should you make your own compost bin, use a tumbler, or subscribe to a composting service? I’ve tried all three ways. Learn the pros and cons of each below, plus why composting is worth the effort. Why Compost? Composting squeezes the last bit of value out of your food, […]
Here’s how to make homemade syrup using peach pits or cherry pits that tastes like ripe fruit and almonds and costs 5 cents a serving, organic!