Have an abundance of collards, mustard, turnip, and other mixed greens? Here are three great ways to preserve the harvest: Freezing, Canning, and Dehydrating!
Here’s how easy it is to grow your own garlic!
Here’s how I save big bucks on baby powder.
We’re busy cleaning up the garden so it can rest for the winter. But there’s still a lot we can do to be getting ready for next year’s planting time!
Keeping a list of when things come into season, and contact info of those you know you can glean from, is a great way to gather the harvest and fill your pantry without missing a thing!
Spending extra money you may occasionally have on something that will actually save you money over time is a great way to snowball your way to some real financial freedom!
A glimpse into our first celebration of Sukkot, and my first few dishes cooked over the campfire!
Here’s a delicious way to get that maple syrup flavor, for much less money than the real stuff, but without the High Fructose Corn Syrup and preservatives in store bought imitations!
Guest poster and avid beekeeper, Kate Ferry, shares some great tips for getting started with your own bees. Even if you aren’t interested in keeping bees yourself, Kate has some fantastic ideas for how you can get involved in a very hands-off way, but still reap the benefits of these amazing creatures!
I’m honored to feature two really awesome online stores which both encourage everyone to become more self-sufficient by offering the products and knowledge you need to get off to a great start!
Did you know that you can freeze cooked noodles?
Now that this space is nicely cleared out for a small garden, I’m left wondering what I should plant in the partially shaded plot! What would you put here?
This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to the lucky winner, Jessica K.!!
I felt like I actually accomplished something yesterday!