Ever wondered about the heaps of acorns you notice in the park each autumn? How there seem so to be so many, and why nobody seems to bother collecting them, and whether or not you can eat them? Well, I have good news and less good news for you! The good news is you can make like a… View more
It’s official: we love zucchini piccalilli pickles! Jazz up a simple sandwich with our easy-to-follow recipe.
Herbal First Aid Kit by Stephanie Zetah from Wise Women Australia Have you ever sipped chamomile tea for a better night’s sleep or eaten lots of citrus in the winter for more Vitamin C? Using food and herbs to maintain health was once a common practice within our culture. One need not be a naturopath… View more
Kombucha may get all the attention when it comes to fermented drinks, but we think ginger beer is just as fabulous. We show you how to get started with your ginger bug.
This delicious Indian lemon pickle condiment is perfect on sandwiches and anything else you wish to add some zest to!
This salt cured yolks recipe could be the start of a new craze (move over parmesan cheese…).
We love fresh, zingy kimchi here at Pip HQ, and this recipe hits the spot! (Also it’s very handy when you’re overrun with Wombok!) This is our favourite recipe from Emily Stokes at Fermaculture Farm. Kimchi Recipe Ingredients: 1 head of wombok cabbage or medium cabbage 1 daikon radish or a few red radishes 1… View more
Our Garden Guides are now all in the one place! Click the link below to jump to the guide for your climate area for March. Tropical Garden Guide Cool Temperate Garden Guide Mediterranean Garden Guide March in the tropical garden by Kathleen Hosking of Solution Focussed WHAT TO PLANT? • The wet season hasn’t… View more
We asked, and you told us! We’ve had an incredible response to our call out for our readers favourite ways to use up a glut of fragrant figs! Here are our five faves (plus some honourable mentions…) 1. Fig jam An indisputable classic – this was far and away the most common response to our… View more