Here are three awesome plants full of saponins that make a rich, soapy lather. Each would make a great addition to a self-sufficient homestead.
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Here are the first steps you need to know to get your cabbage and broccoli started from seed.
There has been a new development in this story 😉
If you’ve been toying with the idea of turning your backyard into a space that you can use to grow food and raise animals in, this book needs to find a home on your bookshelf! **This Giveaway is now Closed. Congratulations to Shirley (sswovela…)! And a big thanks to all who entered.
I know we’re all in a hurry to get our kids out of diapers. But please don’t rush potty training if your child isn’t ready for it. I made that mistake with my first born, and have since learned the error of my ways. Here’s my advice on waiting to potty train…
Make this brown sugar at home from two simple ingredients, and never buy it from the store again!
Here are some ways I make the most of every scrap of food in our home.
I’m ready to go all out in our journey to healthier eating. Organ meats, fermented foods, sprouted grains… yes, even fermented cod liver oil. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate this way and enjoyed superior health. It’s time we learn how to nourish our bodies with REAL FOOD.
Sometimes it’s hard to love the unlovable, and yet there are times when we are called to. And when we obey, there are surely blessings to follow. Here’s the story of how I learned this lesson through one grumpy neighbor, and the unconditional love of a little girl.
The unfortunate story of what happens when irresponsible dog owners let their animals roam onto other people’s property, and wreak havoc on their livestock.
A healthy, delicious AND fun way to serve dinner. These meatloaf cupcakes were a hit with my kids!
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Here’s a safe and natural garlic salve remedy you can use to cure a cough in babies or adults. This is my family’s go-to recipe when one of us gets sick.
We buy our beef from a local farmer about every 6-8 months. Normally, you have to commit to buying either a quarter or a half of a cow. Here’s an idea of what you can expect that to look like…
Lots to do and learn in the coming year! Here’s what’s on my list of goals for 2013. What are your big plans for the new year?