I've kind of come to terms with the fact that blogging 3 times a week is not going to work for me. I wish I could make that happen, but I feel like my substance wavers and the commitment weighs on me... that being said, there is still so much I want to share with you!
I think I've found a perfect solution: once a week on Tuesdays, I will post one of these four topics - In the Kitchen, Zero Waste Tip, Repurposed, and a DIY. I am beyond excited to share all my tips and love of making things with you!
For the first week I'm starting with a super basic that I am obsessed with doing. You literally make something out of nothing! My favorite easy peasy veggie stock recipe. We only started doing this last year, but I love how easy and useful this is.
Just start collecting all of your veggie scraps: carrot peels, ends of onions, parsley, celery, scallion pieces, ends of leeks, garlic, etc and throw them all in a gallon bag in your freezer. When the bag is full, dump it in a stock pot and add water, and voila!
It's the easiest way to make a ton of stock, its free and you can compost the strained veggies after!
- About 5 Cups Veggie Scraps
- About 9 Cups Water