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How to: Growing fava beans
If you are a beginner in the garden, growing fava beans might be just the thing for you. They thrive in many different climates and are a delicious and nutritious food source!
Minced lamb with feta cheese and beans
Delicious minced lamb with tangy feta cheese and homegrown beans. Could it be any better?
Harvesting fava beans (broad beans)
Can you really get more than one harvest from your fava plants? The answer is yes, but the question is if you should. This is my opinion on how to go about harvesting fava beans.
Storing dried beans
I dry and store my beans in room temperature, actually in my home office. Storing dried beans this way works really well!
Fried snap beans with parmesan and lemon
This might just be my favorite snap bean recipe, pan-fried snap beans with parmesan cheese. It's so delicious and really easy to make!
Homemade baked beans in tomato sauce
Having homegrown dried beans around is great! You can use them for so many dishes. This is one of my simple favorites, baked beans in tomato sauce.
Guide: Planting and growing beans
I think that every respectable gardener should be growing beans in their kitchen gardens. Beans are not only tasty and easy to cook with but also very healthy and rich in protein. But which beans should you pick then? I'll go through my favorite beans and how to grow them in this guide.
Growing fava beans early in the season
Fava beans produce lovely, chubby little plants that I move to my garden beds quite early in the season. They’re very easy to sow. In this post, I’ll share some of my best tips on how growing fava beans early can help you prolong the harvest season.
Creating new garden beds – my best methods
I decided to try a few different methods of creating new garden beds. This is the first part in this series, where I make my bed with the grass sod removed.
Creating a raised bed with grass sod
I have so much grass sod in my garden right now. And I plan on using it to build new beds!
Gardening calendar: What I sow in May
It might actually be easier to list the vegetables I don't sow in May. This is a busy time in my kitchen garden!