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Pickled Hot Chiles in Recycled apidae candle Weck Jars

Recycling

Pickled Hot Chiles in Recycled apidae candle Weck Jars

Fall is all about preserving Summer! Thus far, I have harvested the remainder of my tomatoes and canned pasta sauce, harvested my cucumbers and made the best refrigerator pickles ever and now I've finished canning the last of my jalapeños and habaneros from the garden. For those of you who are in need of a little extra spice in your life, this recipe is for you!     Here's what you need: 4 cups white vinegar 1 1/3 cups water 1/4 cup sugar 1 1/2 tsp. salt 1 1/2 lbs. chiles cut into slices 8 garlic cloves     After...

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Refrigerator Oatmeal in Weck Jars

Recycling

Refrigerator Oatmeal in Weck Jars

It's back to school this week in Southern Germany. I want to get everyone out of the house on time and the kids want a yummy breakfast. Enter refrigerator oatmeal. Just mix the ingredients of your choice in a pretty recycled Weck jar, leave them in the refrigerator overnight and grab a spoon the next morning. If you're really in a hurry, you can even make it a grab-and-go breakfast. Packed with nutrition, high in protein, calcium and fiber; low in fat and sugar; Get your day off to a healthy and stress-free start!    To start, mix the following...

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Peanut Butter Cake

Recycling

Peanut Butter Cake

With the abundance of produce coming from the garden, it's canning season right now. But you can do so much more with your recycled Weck jars. Let's bake cake!     For the Cake: 150g unsalted peanuts 150g butter for the jars 200g natural peanut butter 150g sugar (I use brown) 4 eggs 50ml milk 350g flour (I use spelt) 15g baking powder   For the Icing: 150g whipping cream 100g bitter chocolate   Makes 6 - 7 1/5l Weck Jars   1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius (160 with air circulation). Use a mortar and pestle to chop...

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Moroccan Tea Glass + Ranunculus

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Moroccan Tea Glass + Ranunculus

I just couldn't resist the combination of these orange ranunculus flowers in a recycled apidae Moroccan tea glass.        Doesn't this glass make the perfect vase?

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Bee Candles and Lemonade

Recycling

Bee Candles and Lemonade

Usually when a candle is gone, that's it. But when a candle from apidae candles has burnt down, you are left with a beautiful glass.     How to get rid of the remaining wax? It's easy. Simply place the glass in the oven for about 15 minutes at 110 degrees C. Remove it from the oven but careful, it will be hot to touch. Remove the melted wax and the wick holder with a paper towel. But be sure not to pour any wax down the drain…that would cause big problems. If the wick holder doesn't just pop out,...

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