Stories of Paradise

Blogging for a better world

Making Kimchi and sour Kraut

We made Sour Kraut today. Harvested 5 cabbage head from garden. And turn in to the sour kraut. I love fermentation. Such a amazing to see the this living culture are do the job for us to create healthy pro bio tic to our guts. Guts health are very important of your...

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Paradise Livin’ NYE festival

Announce ment for NYE boutique Festival in Paradise One. We are Excited to annouce this week long paradise livin experience with you. Paradise Livin is an all-inclusive boutique music festival like no other. In a lush tropical setting by a magical creek, with private...

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Cassava !!

Cassava is a root vegetable. It is the underground part of the cassava shrub, which has the Latin name Manihot esculenta. Like potatoes and yams, it is a tuber crop. Cassava roots have a similar shape to sweet potatoes. We grow cassava every where in paradise Garden....

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Garden Bed making with banana trunk

. As you know the banana has many of use for the permaculture Gardening method. The main principle of permaculture is use from what you have on site. Today we made new garden beds from banana trunks. Because we have to maintain the banana they grow from the shoots. We...

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Garden to Table

We put love and care into our gardens and in return they provide us with an abundance of fresh, seasonal, organic and life giving food.

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Edible Flowers

Vibrant, delicate and sweet-smelling, it seems no one can fail to appreciate the beauty of flowers – just one of nature’s many gifts. But beyond aesthetics, do you realise the many benefits of growing flowers in your garden?

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Composting for Healthier Soils and Healthier Food

Written by Chloe Gonzalez Most people have heard of compost. It is decomposed organic material that provides a variety of important nutrients for plant growth. Yet most people don't consider its potential as nutrient-rich fertiliser and carelessly toss food scraps,...

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Permaculture Principles

Mama Earth is calling us to rethink the way humans have come to behave in society as disconnected consumers and instead shift the focus to the implementation of systems that facilitate sustainable living.

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Sites of Connection

Here in Paradise, we are lucky enough to have a multitude of sites to connect with nature, ourselves and others.

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