Fire Cider is a traditional tonic made of apple cider vinegar, horseradish, onions, garlic, and more. It’s used to help flush inflammation from the body, boost the immune system, aid digestion, and generally help with circulation. It’s super easy to make at home from locally available ingredients.
Cranberry Sauce is often present at many holiday dinner tables. Make up a big batch of this brandied cranberry sauce for a slightly different take on the classic and can it so that you can have it any time of year.
Winter Squash is generally a good producer for many home gardeners and cheap to buy for those who don’t grow it. It’s nutritionally dense, easy to store, and even easier to use in many recipes.
It’s not a glamorous task, but it is a necessary one. Clean that toilet naturally and in a way that leaves the entire room smelling great!
Seed saving can be a huge process and while special care should be taken with certain seeds, overall it’s a very easy process. To get the best quality vegetables for your particular growing climate consider saving some seed with these tips:
Peanut Butter Granola combines crunchy oats with smooth peanut butter and sweet honey for a satisfying snack, topping for yogurt, breakfast cereal & more.