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Jodie Vennitti

Pip Podcast #11: Jodie Vennitti

Here is Pip Permaculture Podcast number 11 for you, featuring Jodie Vennitti in conversation with Pip Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt! What if you couldn’t eat any fruit or vegetables unless they came directly from your backyard? Could you live off your garden? For many of us this would be a real challenge, yet Jodie Vennitti decided… View more

Pip Podcast #9: David Holmgren on Retrosuburbia

Our latest Pip Permaculture Podcast is a cracker, featuring permaculture co-originator David Holmgren talking about his latest book Retrosuburbia, which will be launched this week at the Sustainable Living Festival.   The forthcoming issue of Pip Magazine (released in mid-February 2018) – is our “retrosuburbia” issue – dedicated to delving deep into David’s ideas explored… View more

Easy Tomato Passata Recipe

Easy Tomato Passata Recipe

Looking to preserve fresh tomatoes? Here's our easy tomato passata recipe – using either a passata machine or a simple, low-tech, DIY version for those without a passata press. It’s tomato season! Backyard tomato gluts are ubiquitous with this time of year. The logical progression of glut is preserve – where we capture and store the energy... View more
DIY seed sprouter

Low Tech DIY Seed Sprouter

Don't spend a fortune on new-fangled sprouting gadgets... create your own DIY seed sprouter instead! When the summer heat burns our lettuces, we like to keep things fresh in the salad department with home grown sprouts! There are plenty of new-fangled sprout gadgets on the market for the aspiring seed sprouter but the humble DIY... View more
How to make kimchi

How To Make Kimchi

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

March Garden Guide

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

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