Growing leaf lettuce on the homestead is very exciting and rewarding. It is also one of the very first spring vegetables you can begin harvesting. Picking leaf lettuce can sometimes seem tedious, but Sarah shares an easy way to get the job done.
After becoming tired of plastic storage containers for leftovers, Sarah from Living Traditions Homestead threw them all away and switched to these. Watch the unboxing and product review for her new favorite set of food storage containers.
As gardeners, we hope and pray that “this year” we don’t experience the wrath of garden pests. But every year, those darn buggers (pun intended) appear. This year, we are armed with Neem Oil! Come along to learn about Neem Oil, and organic pest control!
What does “homestyle dinner” mean to you? It can mean something very different for every family. As a part of another homestead’s “Homestyle Dinner Challenge,” our family shares what a typical homestyle dinner means to us. We prepare Italian Rabbit with Pasta and Garden Salad. Won’t you join us in the kitchen?
Looking back on the progression of my life, I often wonder…how did I get here? How have the people in my life influenced me? How have the decision I’ve made affect the direction of my life? Through this reflection, I have discovered the wonderful ways that my mother prepared me for homesteading.
Raising meat rabbits on the homestead makes sense on so many levels. Rabbits reproduce quickly, they give birth to large litters and are ready to butcher in about 12 weeks. But, just like raising any other animal, the down-side is the cost of feeding meat rabbits. The awesome thing about feeding meat rabbits is that […]