Must read online library

Soil and Health Library is one of those pages I wish I would have seen when I was back in High School and had nothing better to do with my time than skateboard and play video games.┬áSteve Solomon, the founder, and┬áJustin Crawford, the current librarian, should be given a medal for all the work that…

The holy trinity of non toxic cleaning products

Non toxic cleaning products

As I’m sure you are aware, cleaning products don’t have the best record on the environmental scale. This started, many years ago now, a lucrative “green industry” of cleaning products. Lots of people talk about green cleaning, Oprah, the EPA and the Organic Consumers Association to name a few. This surely is a step in…

Home Brew Kombucha – Second fermentation

Now we get into the second fermentation part of how to home brew kombucha. You may want to read the first fermentation part.   Once kombucha tea smells or tastes a bit more vinegary than sweet you can start. How do you know? It’s really more of a trial and error thing. As with most…

Home Brew Kombucha – First fermentation

It had gotten out of control. I was maintaining six large jars to brew Kombucha a week, while pressing my own organic juices to add for the second fermentation. Not sure who was serving who! Then, one day I get the bright idea to try and use Mate instead of regular tea as a starter…

This Radio Programme is AWESOME

Sustainable World Radio is by far one of the best things I’ve heard coming out of the radio lately. Most stuff I listen to is all about injustice, government, and all around bad news. Very interesting and necessary so as to be informed on what’s going on in the world. However this can get to…

Good Weeds # 1

So I’ve realised that there is way to much info to put on just one post. Here is the first instalment of Good Weeds…. On February 27, I went to an awesome Urban Forage Event ran by Nance Khelm. It took me a long time to post this because of issues I had that day,…