While the trend is for homesteaders to homeschool their kids, find out why we aren’t taking that path!
Injuries are not uncommon on the homestead; from cuts and stings to burns and more serious wounds, it is always wise to know how to treat yourself if the situation arises. The poultice is one of the most simple, yet effective, first-aid methods you can use – with the added benefit of using plants likely […]
Right now my cherry tomato plants are exploding with fruit and I simply can’t keep up. This ferment is tangy, fizzy, full of flavour and loaded with healthy gut-supporting bacteria. It’s also a great way to use up extra tomatoes if you have them.
Does the idea of tilling your soil sound laborious and downright undesirable? Then you should check out lasagna gardening! This no-till method might be the solution to all of your tilling woes.
Spicy and sweet, cayenne infused honey is a versatile and healing food to have in your kitchen and medicine cabinet. Use it in baking, on tapas or as a medicine for when you’re sick; the options for this delicious treat are endless.
Dried or dehydrated herbs are fine and dandy, but nothing beats the flavour of fresh culinary herbs! But in the middle of the winter (usually in a blizzard) what’s a gal/guy to do? Preserving your herbs in olive oil and freezing will provide you with that flavour punch you are looking for.