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Steamed, sauteed, roasted, grilled or boiled? How do you prepare those veggies? My gripe with boiled veggies is how the nutrients seep into that hot water out of your life. I'm telling you the truth when I say I like Brussels Sprouts! But I like them even more when I'm getting the most nutrition out of them. It's quite a downer watching the nutrients flow down the drain while straining the broccoli in the sink. Agree? I propose you try the Uchicook steam grill which allows you to serve your family hearty and healthy veggies in 5 minutes or less. Being empowered to prepare a whole meal in 1/3 the time most traditional cooking methods require makes this product unique and innovative. That and having real grill marks on your meat and veggies! This is why I'm over-the-moon thrilled for you and your chance to win your own grill and two luxury utensils to go with from Uchicook! (ARV $160) To enter, like the Raise Your Garden Facebook page and share this post or sign up for our newsletter. For two entries, do both. YOU CAN EARN ONE ENTRY PER DAY JUST BY LIKING ANY POST ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE! Let us know that you have entered by telling us what's for dinner tonight! And keep reading to find out about what utensils you'll get! Contest ends: December 10th.
I get it. Most of us garden because overall, we're pretty frugal. But I confess there are times when I like a good splurge. Some fun garden accessory or tech toy that ignites my passion for this hobby. So today here are a few modest suggestions of what you can buy for your garden buck. And if that money tree actually starts to flourish, the very first thing I'd buy from this list is the automated lawnmower. How about you?
The winter season can be detrimental on a home, which is why many people take the time to prepare for the cold, frigid temperatures ahead. Whether you are trying to improve the appearance of your home or trying to keep the cold out, you will need to start preparing in fall. Like us, I'm sure you have many projects ahead of you that it will require working on them daily to ensure they are complete before winter sets in. Below, you will discover several tips to help you improve curb appeal of your home.
Meandering around my neighborhood with my baby in tow, I've spotted a pallet or two at numerous homes. Even the "neat" and "tidy" people seem to have one or two propped up against their garage door with a purpose in mind. Pallets get a ton of use in gardening, not only as unique planters but also re-purposed into raised beds. They make stellar planters for herbs and even some veggies like cucumbers, peppers and lettuce. But first, I want to highlight my favorite use for a recycled pallet. Shovel and spade storage. Yup. You can't beat it. In what seemed like less than five minutes, Tom turned a pallet into a storage rack for my tools and I love it. Simple yet profound, I now have one central place in my garage to store all my handled tools. It looks great and functions even better. It's wonderful not to waste time looking for the tool I want. But I have lots of ideas of how you can use pallets now. Pictures included to inspire you today because to some extent, aren't we all visual learners? Let me know what you think you'd try first!
Hi, I'm Laura and hail from Buffalo, NY. I love sharing my home & garden ideas with you. Thanks for stopping by.
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