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The Glory of Kale: It’s not just for salad bars #MentalHealth’y Eating #Recipe

Posted by on Oct 13, 2014 in Bacon, Breakfast, Cabin Cooking, Featured Posts, Green Living | 1 comment

KaleI have fallen in love with kale. Before you go, “Oh no! She has gone down the rabbit hole never to consume bacon again!”, far from it. Especially since bacon, the nitrate-free kind is still on the table. In fact, this recipe includes it. My new website is temporarily on hold till we work out some kinks but I am still planning on posting Mental Healthy Recipes here! This is definitely one!

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G is for Growing Gardens in #Alaska – Container Gardening #AtoZChallenge

Posted by on Apr 8, 2014 in #AtoZChallenge, Alaska Living, Books, gardening, Green Living | 6 comments

G is for Gardens of Ginormous Delight in Alaska!

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D is for DANDELION – Eat Weeds! Sautéed DANDELION Greens

Posted by on Apr 4, 2012 in Books, Cabin Cooking, gardening, Green Living, Vegan, Vegetarian | 2 comments

Dandelion greens could be part of some dystopian nightmare right?

D is for DANDELION - Eat Weeds!  Sautéed DANDELION GreensSome of you may have noticed that I was absent in the post earlier for the A to Z challenge from D.. if you didn’t or if you read it and thought I was being “cute” well guys.. that was the ManBeast! YES indeed he heard I was writing about either Dandelion Greens or Dystopia and he forced a PS3 controller into my hands, brought up .doc file and started rapid firing with such fervor I was a bit afraid. However upon reading it I am all warm and love this man even more. He is passionate and he nailed it. The POST is an interesting read if you have the time, hope you can check it out!

D is for DANDELION - Eat Weeds!  Sautéed DANDELION GreensD is for DANDELION - Eat Weeds!  Sautéed DANDELION GreensMyself however, I want to lay in the grass with my Objectionable Content Book, PURE and eat this yummy dish! My mom tried these out on us when we were growing up but they were really bitter. I have since discovered you can usually find these in bunches at local farmers markets, the Whole Foods in your area or Organic specialty markets!

You can also grow your own in containers with

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All About Grey Water Gardening

Posted by on Jun 12, 2011 in gardening, Green Living | 0 comments

Since we use green products to was dishes, bodies and the house, our green bucket is perfect for helping out in my container garden. And in the winter I dump it in the area I compost in. It works miracles and on our budget it adds an even better appeal!!
Recycling Gray Water for Home Gardens

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When it rains…Kriss Grabs the soap!

Posted by on Jul 27, 2010 in Alaska Living, Cabin Basics, Green Living | 0 comments

It is pouring rain right now and it is dark out so what does the Cabin Bitch/Goddess do? She grabs her towel, scrubby, lavender biodegradable bath gel and eucalyptus shampoo. Again biodegradable and stands just under the edge of the roof so the already powerful downpour has better water pressure then most showers. Is she crazy? Perhaps, she is talking in third person after all.

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