Sunday, June 22, 2014

Jul/Aug '14 issue of The Essential Herbal

 Subscribers are starting to receive their copies in the mail and the pdf subscribers got theirs on the 20th, so it's time to share the table of contents here on the blog.  It's a terrific issue, and we have plenty left.  To subscribe, visit The Essential Herbal website!
 
Field Notes
Some thoughts on sharing gardens with neighbors.
Black Strap Syrups, Adrian White
An interesting, little-used method to make syrups that are filled with vitamins and minerals.
Herbal Beverage Syrups, Stephany Hoffelt
Preserve the herbs and flowers so that you can drink them for months to come.
Oh Cover; My Cover: The “Skinny” on Herbs, Suzan Scholl
For such a large organ, we don’t think about our skin nearly enough.
Herb Crafts, Heddy Johannesen
A delightful mélange of crafts that will be fun to play with during the last months of summer.
Crossword Puzzle—Around the Garden, Tina Sams
A little something light to work in the hammock.
Mediterranean Diet—You Still Have Time to Garden for It, Jackie Johnson
A guide to one of the healthiest eating plans on the planet.
Rose Rosette, Jamie Jackson
Are your roses doing okay? Be on the look-out for Rosette.
Preserving Culinary Herbs, Sandy Michelsen
Several delicious methods of keeping the herbs that will empower you to savor and use them all year long—and plant even more next year.
Soap Connections, Marci Tsohonis
Marci shares some of the things she’s learned from years of soaping.
Elders & Herbs: Simple Skin Care from the Kitchen and Garden, Janice Masters
Some simple and nourishing kitchen skin soothers to use topically and as food.
Trial by Herbs, Molly Sams
After a life time of watching from the sidelines, it’s time to step up to the plate.
Roots to Dye For, Marita Orr
Natural dying can be very fulfilling and the roots are just about ready!
What is an Herbal Meat Rub? Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh
Wet or dry? What goes into them? Why? Well, Marcy will tell us and add a couple recipes as well!

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