Tag: permaculture

Artichokes: Harvest and Eat

Not many people know that the artichoke is from the same family as thistles, so I learnt from the plants already in abundance and have had much success growing artichokes. However, artichokes can be difficult to prepare for the dinner table if you don’t know what you’re doing. Here’s my recipe for a baked artichoke dip that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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Wild Mountain Rosemary Salt

My hand foraged wild rosemary is a particularly sustainable way to enjoy this powerful Mediterranean herb because there is no agriculture involved, no intensive farming, and no heavy machinery. It is beyond organic, having grown in an absolutely natural environment with only the natural rainfall for water and the beautiful Spanish sunshine to power its growth.

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