Now that you’ve chosen your plants/veggies you’ll be growing and you have your seeds (if you haven’t yet, not to worry you’ve still got some time) it’s time to plant them in some nice cozy incubating soil.
Making veg stock is so simple that Anthony makes it desk side in the office. Imagine what you’ll be able to do in a real kitchen!
Anthony has shown you how to braise kale in Episode #59 and now he’ll show you what to look for in the colourfully named yet all rather green kales.
It’s time to start planning for your gardens no matter what the size. From patio pots to grandiose gardens join Anthony in the first few steps on deciding which seeds to plant for the upcoming growing season.
Foodtree TV will be coming at you in a new format now. We’ll be posting three videos a week: Mondays will be “how to make/cook” (or “method mondays” if you like), Wednesdays will be “how to grow” and Fridays will be “how to buy”.
To start you off on your first how-to-make-Monday, Anthony shows you the “risotto method.” Jonny tried it out on the weekend and gives it the no-need-to-be-a-chef stamp of approval.
Cucumbers, a seemingly inert produce item, not so. Anthony in this episode explores what the impact of having fruits and veggies like cucumbers available to us year round is on the environment. From hydroponics and greenhouses to the convenience of it all, who knew cucumbers were so controversial!?