6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO

March 8, 2016 by  
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Many of us are completely unaware of the delicious edible plants that surround us, especially in urban environments, but did you know that there are a multitude of tasty plant species right in your own neighborhood park ? No matter where you live, foraging is a free, fun culinary activity which requires only a keen eye, some plastic bags and a sense of adventure! It’s easier than one might think to uncover nutritious natural edibles, from medicinal herbs , to edible flowers , brain-boosting nuts and exotic salads . We followed NYC’s famed foraging experts Wildman Steve Brill and his daughter Violet Brill to discover six abundant and delicious plants nestled within the urban forestry of Prospect Park, right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Watch the video and read on to learn how to identify these forageable plants, from field garlic and ginkgo biloba to black walnuts and sassafras. Some of them could even be growing in your own backyard! You can learn more about foraging for these delectable plants (and many more) with Wildman Steve Brill’s new Master Foraging App , now available for iPhone, iPad, and Android systems. Read the rest of 6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO

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BOOK REVIEW: Anjie Cho’s 108 Ways to Create Holistic Spaces

March 8, 2016 by  
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Did you know that Feng Shui practitioners were some of the first environmentalists in the world? Many people are unaware that the basis of Feng Shui is synonymous with green design, as its essence is centered around mastering a connection with the natural world. So, when exactly does a green home become a sanctuary? We had the opportunity to review Feng Shui expert and LEED accredited Architect Anjie Cho ‘s latest book for a true how-to on the subject: 108 Ways to Create Holistic Spaces: Feng Shui and Green Design for Healing Organic Homes . Read on for our review, and a glimpse inside this practical, DIY guide to creating a truly holistic space. Read the rest of BOOK REVIEW: Anjie Cho’s 108 Ways to Create Holistic Spaces

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6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO

October 8, 2015 by  
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Many of us are completely unaware of the delicious edible plants that surround us, especially in urban environments, but did you know that there are a multitude of tasty plant species right in your own neighborhood park ? No matter where you live, foraging is a free, fun culinary activity which requires only a keen eye, some plastic bags and a sense of adventure! It’s easier than one might think to uncover nutritious natural edibles, from medicinal herbs , to edible flowers , brain-boosting nuts and exotic salads . We followed NYC’s famed foraging experts Wildman Steve Brill and his daughter Violet Brill to discover six abundant and delicious plants nestled within the urban forestry of Prospect Park, right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Watch the video and read on to learn how to identify these forageable plants, from field garlic and ginkgo biloba to black walnuts and sassafras. Some of them could even be growing in your own backyard! You can learn more about foraging for these delectable plants (and many more) with Wildman Steve Brill’s new Master Foraging App , now available for iPhone, iPad, and Android systems. Read the rest of 6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO

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Many of us are completely unaware of the delicious edible plants that surround us, especially in urban environments, but did you know that there are a multitude of tasty plant species right in your own neighborhood park ? No matter where you live, foraging is a free, fun culinary activity which requires only a keen eye, some plastic bags and a sense of adventure! It’s easier than one might think to uncover nutritious natural edibles, from medicinal herbs , to edible flowers , brain-boosting nuts and exotic salads . We followed NYC’s famed foraging experts Wildman Steve Brill and his daughter Violet Brill to discover six abundant and delicious plants nestled within the urban forestry of Prospect Park, right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Watch the video and read on to learn how to identify these forageable plants, from field garlic and ginkgo biloba to black walnuts and sassafras. Some of them could even be growing in your own backyard! You can learn more about foraging for these delectable plants (and many more) with Wildman Steve Brill’s new Master Foraging App , now available for iPhone, iPad, and Android systems. Read the rest of 6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aromatic herbs , black walnut , common weeds , DIY tea , edible flowers , epazote , field garlic , forage brooklyn , foraging , foraging nyc , ginko biloba , goutweed , herb foraging , medicinal plants , prospect park , sassafras , urban foraging , wild foraging , wild herbs , wildman steve brill

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Forget the ink – this pen writes with wine, beer or tea

May 11, 2015 by  
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Forget the ink!  The WINKpen can use virtually any liquid with staining properties like wine, beer, tea, juice and more.  Simply place the writing end of the pen into your liquid of choice, and pull the fluid up into WINKpen’s (refillable) glass cartridge with a twist.  WINKpen writes smoothly on paper with its uniquely formed double-sided glass nib – go from calligraphy to finer penmanship in seconds.  Need to clean up?  WINKpen’s glass tip and modular construction makes cleaning and reloading a cinch.  Best of all, with no ink cartridges to throw away and biodegradable “ink”, WINKpen keeps everything eco-friendly.   + WINKpen The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link. Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: coffee ink , coffee pen , kickstarter campaigns , organic ink , reader submissions , soy pen , tea ink , tea pen , wine ink , wine pen , WINKPen , WINKPen kickstarter

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Stunning “Colour as a Narrative” store is coated with volcanic dust from Mt. Vesuvius

May 11, 2015 by  
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6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO

April 7, 2015 by  
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Many of us are completely unaware of the delicious edible plants that surround us, especially in urban environments, but did you know that there are a multitude of tasty plant species right in your own neighborhood park ? No matter where you live, foraging is a free, fun culinary activity which requires only a keen eye, some plastic bags and a sense of adventure! It’s easier than one might think to uncover nutritious natural edibles, from medicinal herbs , to edible flowers , brain-boosting nuts and exotic salads . We followed NYC’s famed foraging experts Wildman Steve Brill and his daughter Violet Brill to discover six abundant and delicious plants nestled within the urban forestry of Prospect Park, right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Watch the video and read on to learn how to identify these forageable plants, from field garlic and ginkgo biloba to black walnuts and sassafras. Some of them could even be growing in your own backyard! You can learn more about foraging for these delectable plants (and many more) with Wildman Steve Brill’s new Master Foraging App , now available for iPhone, iPad, and Android systems. Read the rest of 6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aromatic herbs , black walnut , common weeds , DIY tea , edible flowers , epazote , field garlic , forage brooklyn , foraging , foraging nyc , ginko biloba , goutweed , herb foraging , medicinal plants , prospect park , sassafras , urban foraging , wild foraging , wild herbs , wildman steve brill

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March 25, 2015 by  
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Many of us are completely unaware of the delicious edible plants that surround us, especially in urban environments, but did you know that there are a multitude of tasty plant species right in your own neighborhood park ? No matter where you live, foraging is a free, fun culinary activity which requires only a keen eye, some plastic bags and a sense of adventure! It’s easier than one might think to uncover nutritious natural edibles, from medicinal herbs , to edible flowers , brain-boosting nuts and exotic salads . We followed NYC’s famed foraging experts Wildman Steve Brill and his daughter Violet Brill to discover six abundant and delicious plants nestled within the urban forestry of Prospect Park, right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Watch the video and read on to learn how to identify these forageable plants, from field garlic and ginkgo biloba to black walnuts and sassafras. Some of them could even be growing in your own backyard! You can learn more about foraging for these delectable plants (and many more) with Wildman Steve Brill’s new Master Foraging App , now available for iPhone, iPad, and Android systems. Read the rest of 6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aromatic herbs , black walnut , common weeds , DIY tea , edible flowers , epazote , field garlic , forage brooklyn , foraging , foraging nyc , ginko biloba , goutweed , herb foraging , medicinal plants , prospect park , sassafras , urban foraging , wild foraging , wild herbs , wildman steve brill

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