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Vegan Fully Loaded Feel Better Pho

Fully Loaded Feel Better Vegan Pho I took a class with vegan chef Tess Challis to learn how to make this dish specifically, and I have simplified and streamlined it here for you. This is a comforting dish from a food culture that I incorporate into my everyday lifestyle.  The secret to making delicious vegan...

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Green Thumb Daddy`s Greenhouse

Stories From Growing Domes Across the Globe Andrew Trujillo – Green Thumb Daddy The Growing Spaces team often refers to Andrew as the face of Growing Dome Greenhouses. Although he doesn’t work for Growing Spaces, he is one of our biggest supporters and provides outstanding feedback, content and wonderful pictures on our social media channels....

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How Long Will My Growing Dome Greenhouse Last?

Why the Growing Dome is the most durable greenhouse. The simple answer is decades. A greenhouse has to be strong. In any given year it will experience snow, hail, wind, rain, forest fires, extreme heat, and even tornados. A durable greenhouse will be able to withstand these extreme conditions and provide an incredible return on...

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December 2019 Tropical Flowers in New Mexico Mountain Greenhouse

Stories From Growing Domes Across the Globe Matt & Christie’s New Mexico Mountain Greenhouse is growing beautiful tropical flowers year-round If you are an avid user of the Growing Spaces Facebook Group “Growing Dome Enthusiasts”, then you are no doubt familiar with our December Growing Dome of the Month owner, Matt Larson.  He often posts...

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Frogs In Your Greenhouse

Both frogs and toads are beneficial to the garden because they feed on many pests. A single frog can eat over 100 insects in one night. Attracting and keeping frogs and toads in your garden will help moderate pest populations without the need for chemical or natural pesticides.

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Help Grow A Dome for Food Insecure Communities

These non-profits are working to increase access to locally grown organic food in their communities There are many challenges facing our planet’s agricultural systems.  Climate change, pesticides, GMOs, over-farming, soil health, corporate agriculture among many others.  Food insecurity is also a major concern, as many communities do not have access to fresh, healthy organic food. ...

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Vegan Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie

Vegan Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie This pie requires just 10 ingredients, including the crust! You’d never ever, ever guess it was vegan or gluten-free. Seriously! Makes: 1 Pie (10 Slices)    Total Time: 2 hours What you need: INGREDIENTS: Crust 6 Tbsp cold vegan butter (or chilled coconut oil with varied results) 1 1/4 cup Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Gluten-Free Flour  1/4 tsp salt 4-6 Tbsp ice...

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November 2019 Alaska Greenhouse

Laura & Dwane’s Lush Alaskan Greenhouse Getaway Novembers’s Dome of the Month features a 22′ growing dome in Wrangell, Alaska. Laura and Dwane decided to purchase their Alaska greenhouse a little over a year and a half ago due to the lack of good quality produce where they live and Laura’s passion for organic gardening....

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Tomatillo Green Chile Tamales

Tomatillo Green Chile Tamales It’s prime green chili season! If you live in the western united states, then you know all about green chilis. If you one of the few who does not let me give you a little insight. Pueblo Native Americans have cultivated chiles for centuries, but the modern renditions of the peppers...

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