An understandable explanation of the difference in these two types of seeds.
This is for all of you who wondered how the rabbit came out 🙂
“It really was quite a humorous scene. Two city kids, trying to figure out how to skin and cook a rabbit.”
Some great recipes for making your own laundry detergent.
Save that little bit of leftover oatmeal to make delicious muffins, cookies, cakes, bread, smoothies and more!
“I am so excited! I have begun to plan for my very first garden. After asking my homesteading friends a bunch of questions, and doing lots of reading online and in my books, I am ready to jump into the game and see how I do.”
A step-by-step “How To” on making fresh butter an easy way.
“I explained that I wanted to start a garden, but I didn’t know where to even begin. All I had was a big yard, ready and waiting. They both told me that really I should have had it “turned over” by now, meaning tilled up and rows ready. I guess it’s good to let it sit exposed to the weather for a few months before you plant in it. Immediately I felt behind on my project.”
“I don’t know about you, but increasingly I am finding that my thoughts are leading me into more of a survival mode. Ever since the stock market plunged this past September, I have become obsessed with the possibility of another Great Depression.”
No cooking, juicing, mashing, or squeezing! The absolute EASIEST way to make home made grape juice.
Two simple tricks to keep milk fresh longer!
Here are two methods for canning whole kernel corn.
“This is the recipe that we use in my house, and we love it! It’s much cheaper than store bought, and very good.”
Ready for some EXTREME money saving advice? It’s being referred to as “the family cloth”. Would you go so far as to use washable toilet paper?
“Making your own baby wipes will save you big $$ through the years!”
“Mrs. Clint shared with us a little more about the corn frolic. Not only were they going to be picking the corn, but they were also going to be grinding it to make cornmeal. She showed me three different types of corn grinders that they would be using, all from different eras.”