We have a soda stream and the syurp add-ins are full of high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, and other stuff I really don’t want my family to have. The next best thing? Make my own syrup to add! I tried it, we loved it, and so I decided to make a huge batch to have […]
As a follow-up to my last post about where to find local food, today’s topic discusses why locally-grown products are superior to mass-produced foods. Buying local foods is often harder than purchasing something at a chain grocery store (unless you grow your own foods, which is the best kind of local of all!) and it […]
“My opinion, however, is that they (herbs) are superior 95% of the time to any pharmaceutical drug!”—Dr. Robert E. Willner, M.D.
To some people it is a science but to us, it’s just composting. Read this post to see how we do it on our little urban homestead.
If you have a vegetable, fruit, egg, honey, or any other homegrown item overflow, you probably would much rather turn that overflow into income rather than simply throw it away. You might also use a little more forethought than I did, and actually plan your homegrown produce for future sale.
Underwear doesn’t have to be one of those things that just gets tossed out. Surprisingly, there are lots of ways to repurpose them… if you dare!