Are you getting the last bits of nutrition out of those peels and scraps before throwing them to livestock or the compost pile? You can supplement your meals very nicely with this super-easy broth that you would have just thrown away!
Food Processing creates waste–well, maybe we should define the word “waste.” Before you chuck those tomato peels to the chickens or in the compost bin, you can make a delicious and nourishing meal from them. Here is how I make a cheesy tomato soup with very little work, and all from the “waste.”
Whether you go the antibiotics route or let it “take its course” you can soothe the earache with these six proven techniques. We discuss the efficacy of antibiotics on the ear infection, when you should definitely seek medical care, and what you can do in the meantime. Everyone should know these techniques!
Here is a great way to use up some of those dehydrated greens before next garden! We love these rich meatballs, and the Bechamel Sauce (we include the recipe for this gravy) gives an elegant-but-comforting flavor to a wholesome meal.
If it’s on the label, the FDA must have tested & approved it, right? Ugh, not exactly. Learn about “GRAS” food additives, which the FDA says are “Generally Recognized As Safe”. There is a history behind it and a few things we should all know.
Gravy is personal. Did you know that it’s also quite ethnic? We go through some variations, uses, and fancy French words so that you can better understand that flavor-kick you get when you smother those taters. We also include a recipe for Bechamel, a white sauce that is versatile enough for both down-home cooking and […]