Nothing warms our hearts more than stories of animals being rescued and shown love.
Re-using food containers and toilet paper / paper towel rolls for growing seedlings is a great way to save money and the environment. In my opinion, any of these will work much better than most seed starters you can buy in the store (seed starters are just too small).
Wash and slice the apricots in half. Remove the pits and set aside. Place 2 oz of chevre into a small bowl with the goat milk, palm sugar and ground cloves. Mix until the chevre, palm sugar and cloves have all been incorporated smoothly. Spoon the sauce equally over the apricot slices and serve. That’s it, simple and delicious!
I love the idea of deep mulching – this seems to be a great way to both fertilize the soil naturally and keep down weeds at the same time. When we have our “big garden” this is something we are definitely going to try!
Place 1 cup of goat milk in the food processor with 1/2 cup of frozen strawberries. Blend until the consistency of ice cream and place in freezer until ready to serve. To make the strawberry sauce, heat 1/2 cup of strawberries in a sauce pan until they begin to break down. Scoop the ice cream into a serving dish and top with the sauce. Delicious and healthy too!