Fresh Produce & Vegan Cooking
Organically grown, naturally delicious
An adventure into the world of vegan food and homesteading in Delaware
What I Do
I absolutely love to cook and bake vegan dishes. I look forward to sharing my favorite recipes I’ve found and the ones I create.
Every day I work in my garden to produce delicious and nutritious produce. All of my produce is naturally and organically grown.
With a passion for travel and learning, I want to bring you along my adventures exploring the world around me.
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Why You’ll Love My Blog
Delaware is an incredibly small state, in fact, most times when I’m traveling I’m the first Delawarean anyone’s met! Delaware is perfect blend of the beautiful four-season beauty of the north and the long and warm growing season of the south. I know you’ll love following my journey day by day, month by month, and year by year as a vegan gardener.
Delicious summer vegetables make this slow cooker rice a hit! We’re now halfway into our month of slow cooker meals. I have really enjoyed coming up with and trying these amazing recipes. I truly hope y’all have been enjoying them just as much as I have. This week’s recipe is a downright delicious rice recipe.Continue reading “Southern Summer Slow Cooker Vegetable Rice”
Produce does not have to be perfect or pretty to be edible. Food waste is a huge problem in not only the U.S., but around the world. It is a nearly completely avoidable issue given that everyone involved from the top down works together. Food waste not only hurts the planet and furthers the problemContinue reading “Breaking Down the Expectation for Produce to Be Pretty”
This soup is wonderful enjoyed hot or cold. Soups are a super easy summer dish to make. This recipe combines winter squash that matured in my garden this month and spices like turmeric and pepper. This week I was looking to create an easy slow cooker recipe. I was super busy and did not haveContinue reading “Turmeric Squash Soup”
My tomatoes and okra did not disappoint this month, but their days are numbered. We’re now growing deeper into fall and that means my garden is beginning to wane. This will be the last garden update for 2020. I hope to see y’all tune in for next spring! I haven’t even cleared out my gardenContinue reading “What Happened in My Garden: October 2020”
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