Making cassava cake is easy and requires no electrical machines. Here’s how to make cassava cake: Good for 3-4 persons Ingredients: 1 can of Condensed Milk 4 cups of sugar 1 bowl of grated cassava 1-2 cups of grated cheese (optional) Tools: cheese scraper metal pan Pot with a tight lid 1.
When most people (or at least people living in big cities) think of deforestation they usually think it is happening in some faraway land that has no effect on them. Here I am going to tell my own personal encounters with deforestation… In my old town, there was a forest. I have been going to
Disclaimer: Before I begin this post I just want to say I am not criticizing hugelkultur or saying it should not be done. If you are doing hugelkultur or want to do it I encourage you to do it as it is a good practice. This post is just explaining why I personally do not
In this post I try to explain why cracking as seen in dry, hard clay soils is not as bad as it seems and no reason for panic. Then I compare my cracked soils to the plowed soils of the neighbor. Then I proceed to explain my thoughts on soil fertility and different methods of
How to create natural seeds or the dehybridization of commercial hybrids, also known as landrace gardening or re-wilding. The process of turning modern hybrids back to wilder forms. The primary goal in the natural forest farm is extremely high biodiversity (many different types of species) and high genetic diversity (many varieties of the same species).
You have met our dog Seidr and our dog Yaku. Now it is time for you to meet the son of Yaku and Seidr, whom we have named Niji which is Japanese for Rainbow. On September 2020 Yaku gave birth to 5 puppies. We realized we could not take care of 7 dogs so we
The guiding principles of natural farming expanded: Disclaimer: These principles are called “guiding” because there are no rules in natural farming. There is no institute, no police, and no organization telling you what you can not and can do. Depending on where you are in the world and your situation things can change and there
Look at this little mango tree… It is growing underneath the shade of a big mango tree and a Narra tree. I have not sown nor planted it… The mango fruit naturally fell from the tree to the ground in a thick layer of mango leaf litter. There the fruit was devoured by ants, bees,
This is an easy and condensed list of the things I do and do not do on the natural farm. Here I do not give reasons for why I am doing it as the reasons why can be understood from the many other posts on the blog. First of all the things I do not