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There’s no need to go overboard and spend a fortune on fancy starter kits or designer seed starting pots; all that’s needed is some potting soil, seeds, and whatever you may have lying around the house. I like to find other options whenever possible. Here are a few of my favorite ideas– both ones that I’ve personally tried, and ones that I would like to implement in the future.
Beside what I use on my video:
Cardboard Egg Cartons, Mini Yogurt Cups, Pastry and takeout Containers, Paper Cups, Juice and Milk Cartons, Folded Newspapers, Egg Shells, Jars, Cans, Cardboard Toilet Paper Rolls, Recycled potting packs/trays, Pans:Foil roasting trays or lasagna pans (Sometimes they come with a clear plastic lid that fits over the top. This can help to create a mini-greenhouse effect and keep your little babies from drying out.)
Try to use heirloom, organic seeds whenever possible, and never spray toxic chemicals into your garden! If you feel the need to fertilize your plants, use organic compost, ground eggshells, or “compost tea”. Save your seeds when they’re ready to be harvested, and you’ll be able to grow your own food for years to come.
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How to make homemade marshmallows with no candy thermometer and 100% corn syrup free! Perfect for a campfire, a s’mores, or your next cup of hot cocoa.
2 tablespoons gelatin (2 envelopes Knox)
1 cup cold water, divided
2 cups granulated sugar
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1. In a small bowl, combine the gelatin and half of the water. This part is pretty disgusting. The powdered gelatin gels rather quickly and you are left with this transparent, yet yellowish, substance that doesn’t move. It doesn’t even jiggle. Seriously, the smartest thing Jell-o ever did was having people skip this step. It would’ve taken a lot more than Bill Cosby to sell this stuff if they hadn’t.
2. Take a cookie sheet or cutting board and cover it with a thin layer of the powdered sugar. I might add that there is really no better way to dirty a clean kitchen than making marshmallows. Seriously! Powdered sugar and gooey marshmallow cream get everywhere. And just when you think you’ve cleaned it all up, it pops up like a week later–it’s like an STD!
3. In a medium sauce pan, combine the granulated sugar and the remaining water and cook it over a medium heat until the sugar is fully dissolved.
4. Add in gelatin (this stuff is gross!) and bring the mixture to a boil over a medium high heat, then removing it from the burner. Be careful, this stuff puffs up when it boils and if you don’t keep an eye on it, you’ll have a hot mess on your hands in no time–literally.
5. Add in the salt and vanilla extract.
6. Transfer the mixture to a stand mixer and whisk it on low for about a minute or two. This is to cool the mixture as you should see a lot of steam exiting the mixing bowl.
7. When the amount of steam leaving the mixing bowl has subsided a bit, turn the speed up to full throttle. Do this for about 10 minutes, or until the mixture has doubled in size. You’ll know it is done because it will be very thick and creamy but not so stiff you cannot work with it.
8. Pour the mixture onto the sugar-covered flat surface and let it cool. When it has cooled it will be tacky but not fully stick to your finger. At this point, dust the surface with the remaining powdered sugar.
9. Now cut the marshmallow into whatever shapes you like. More often then not, squares are the best as they will waste the least amount of marshmallow but I used a cookie cutter this time around. I think I may also do some hearts for valentine’s day.
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