Posts Tagged "food"

Northwest Florida Fall Gardening Guide

  The summer is winding down at the beach. The kids are going back to school. The songs of the cicada carry on through the hot afternoons into the evening. Many traditional summer crops are waning, though southern staples are…

Seed Sale on Etsy

Today is the last day to save 50% on all seeds at our Etsy shop. Stop by and take a look before midnight central time. The sale includes all our open pollinated (non-GMO) seeds and organic sprouting seeds. Please enjoy…

Seed Germination Test

Let me first say, I have no idea how to accurately perform a proper germination test. I’m totally wingin’ it here. I’ve tested tiny quantities of seed for viability prior to planting in my personal garden, though this is my…

Simple Sprouting Recipes eBook

Looking for ways to enjoy your sprouts? Need direction on how to grow your sprouts? Our new e-Book, Simple Sprouting Recipes is now available as a downloadable PDF. Our recipe book features 15 sprout recipes and directions for growing all…

Easy Fall Plantings

At the farmers market, I’m often asked, “What’s the easiest thing to plant?”. This is usually from someone who is new to gardening, new to gardening in Florida, or hasn’t had much gardening success. If you want to get started…

Sprouted Lentil Dip

I thought it would be fun to share a sneak peek from my new recipe book, Moonlight Micro-Farm’s Simple Sprouting Recipes. Over the last three years, I’ve had many people at the farmers market express an interest in sprouting, but…

Cucumber Water and A Roulade

I decided to give myself a day off this weekend and not because it’s a holiday, but because I’m in need of a day devoted to creativity and reflection. Besides, it’s 95 degrees F, with a heat index of 102…

The Garden Has Sprung

My daughter recently said, “I’m not a procrastinator, I just like to do things later.” Even at 22, she’s so cute. I’m not procrastinating, I’ve just been super busy! It’s been two weeks since my last post, a little longer…

Roasted Beets and Baby Greens

I’m often mistaken for a vegetarian. It’s human to project onto others what we need to right the world in our own minds. I just find the shock and awe a little amusing. I can’t know for sure, but I…

Starting Tomatoes From Seed

I recently heard on the news, the term Junuary to describe the freakishly pleasant weather we’ve been experiencing. No matter what you call this early spring time bliss, it’s time to start tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and tomatillos in US Hardiness…