Cooking can be a very passionate hobby for most of us. For many, it's an act of indulgence, for some, it's an act of love, and for others it's a way to unwind all the negative energy and convert it into positive vibes. If there is one irksome thing about cooking, it has to be the chore of running to and fro to the nearest supermarket every time you think you do not have the ingredient to cook what you decided to. It can really, like, seriously dampen one's cooking spirits, right? But what if you have them all in the comfort of your kitchen, not just the comfort of your home. That would definitely be very charming, would not it?
If you're still wondering what we're pointing at, it's the "kitchen garden" that we're talking about. It's not such a bad idea to grow your own food (as much as possible) and keep yourself safe from pesticides, chemicals, and toxic-laden produce, after all
You could choose some interesting herbs, veggies, and fruits that you would love to use in your cooking every day and grow them right in your kitchen. For this, all you need is a few square feet of space in your kitchen and, most importantly, some tender care and love would make a huge impact too
Some General Tips on How to Grow A Kitchen Garden
So, before you start growing plants in your kitchen garden, here are a few pointers from us which are worth remembering: re growing, since it's going to be in your kitchen, consider it an indoor plant. And one of the most important prerequisites for this is that such plants require soil that is well-drained. This means that when you set up and pot for the plant, make sure that it has few holes in the bottom. Or at least pile a few stones at the bottom of the pot before you add the soil to it. And make sure you have a drainage container beneath the pot to prevent your kitchen shelves and floor from becoming a messy, water-drained place.
Now that we've given you a Coriander
Coriander, also known as dhaniya, is extremely healthy. It grows in a climate that is not too hot nor too cold. It's best to grow these in a tray instead of a pot. Fill the tray with 80 percent rich soil and plant around 10-15 split seeds of coriander. The seeds start to sprout in just a fortnight.
Our humble leafy vegetable, the green palate, Popeye's favorite food, is in the right time, otherwise the leaves and the stalk will end up being tasteless. known to be rich in vitamins and antioxidants. This green leafy veggie can be used in making curries as well as making healthy, wholesome salads. They are suitable for kitchen gardens as they are harvested in just a span of 6-8 weeks. We need to make sure the soil is moist all the time while growing spinach. And be sure to leave a gap between the plants as spinach takes a lot of space to grow. Also, place the pot where there is direct sunlight; (19659020) Chilies ” width=”700″ height=”450″ />