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15+ Watermelon Rind Recipes – Sweet & Savory

Reduce your food waste and turn watermelon rinds into easy, tasty and healthy recipes. More than 15 sweet and savory watermelon rind recipes for you to choose your favorite!

15+ Watermelon Rind Recipes - Sweet & Savory

Stop! Don’t toss that watermelon rind! Yes, watermelon rind is edible – it’s also delicious and healthy (more about the benefits of watermelon rind here). You can juice watermelon rind and use the juice instead of water for lemonade, popsicles or pancakes. You can turn the boring rind into delicious watermelon rind candy, fry it like french fries or use the diced watermelon rind as vegetable in stir-fries.

And my blog name doesn’t have the word ‘historically’ in it for nothing! 😉 Most of the watermelon rind recipes are historical recipes – dating back to the Victorian and Edwardian era! Continue reading 15+ Watermelon Rind Recipes – Sweet & Savory

Deep-Fried Watermelon Rind – Vegan & Gluten-Free

Who thought that kitchen scraps can taste so delicious? Make deep-fried watermelon rind with the part of the fruit that you’d usually toss! Deep-fried watermelon rind is healthier than French fries and just as delicious!

Deep-Fried Watermelon Rind - Vegan And Gluten-Free

The deep-fried watermelon rind is inspired by Indian pakoras. I used my vegan batter as coating for the watermelon rind – so the fried watermelon rind is vegan and you can make it gluten-free if you want. Continue reading Deep-Fried Watermelon Rind – Vegan & Gluten-Free

Naturally Dyed Speckled Robin Easter Eggs

Naturally Dyed Speckled Eggs

I love speckled blue robin eggs! 😀 In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make cute speckled Easter eggs – all naturally dyed with red cabbage and coffee! Naturally dyed speckled eggs aren’t difficult to make and they’ll look super cute on your Easter breakfast table. Continue reading Naturally Dyed Speckled Robin Easter Eggs

How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

Dyeing Easter eggs naturally is really easy and so much fun! 😀

Each Easter we dye Easter eggs with natural dyes. Over the years we’ve tried different vegetable dye materials: vegetables, herbs, teas etc. Onion skins and red cabbage produced the most vibrant colors. But this Easter I also wanted naturally dyed green, pink and yellow Easter eggs! 😀 Continue reading How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally

Bread Recipe With Wild Yeast (With Honey Water Or Fruit Yeast)

You don’t need commercial yeast to make a delicious loaf of bread! Bake homemade bread with wild yeast from scratch. I’ll show you two alternatives to make yeast from scratch at home with honey water or fruit water. Bread with honey or fruit yeast is easy and cheap to make and so delicious – it tastes just like ordinary yeast bread!

Bread Recipe With Wild Yeast (With Honey Water Or Fruit Yeast)

After making small beer and vinegar, yogurt and sourdough at home, I now made bread with homemade fermented honey water and fruit water. Honey and fruit water is used to gather wild yeasts and lactobacilli which naturally leaven the bread. I was very curious to try spontaneous fermented bread without commercial yeast. 😀 Continue reading Bread Recipe With Wild Yeast (With Honey Water Or Fruit Yeast)

Victorian Yeast Substitute

Victorian Yeast Substitute - Homemade Bread

In the Victorian era, yeast was sometimes made at home. The last days I tried out another Victorian yeast substitute recipe. The other Victorian yeast substitute was made with fresh hops, this homemade yeast just needs flour, sugar and water. I made two different yeast starter: one with white flour, and one with whole wheat flour. Continue reading Victorian Yeast Substitute