Garlic contains amounts of vitamin C, A, E and folate. These antioxidants destroy free radicals that can damage cell membrane. Garlic also gives you 10 percent of your recommended daily intake of manganese. Garlic is an anti-fungal. This means it can reduce fungal infections. Garlic can also boost your immune due to the antiviral and […]
The benefits: 1) Raw Cream = Great nutrients! Pasteurization is the process of heating the milk to at least 161 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 seconds. If a lot of people are going to be handling milk then some bad bacteria may be introduced. Yet, in killing the bad bacteria, you’re also killing the good. Solution: […]
Recently I wrote about making butter using the simple method of shaking the cream in a jar. Well this week I had an entire half a gallon of cream to turn into butter. I needed to use a different method to accommodate the amount of cream I had on hand. I used my Kitchen Aid […]
Oh, How I love butter! Butter is just SOOOOOOO yummy. It makes biscuits nice and flaky, pie crusts perfect and brown, grits creamy and delicious, buttercream icing rich, mashed potatoes would be nothing without butter, you get my point- Butter makes everything better! Besides tasting good, butter is good for you (despite popular belief)! Butter […]
Crustless quiche is an easy springtime dinner that can be prepared with fresh ingredients from the garden. Use up your extra eggs in this yummy recipe. It can be made without the hassle of making a pie crust, and only takes a few minutes to prep.
My kids ask for bananas at the store just for this 2 minute recipe, and my boys are now able to make a bowl of this unassisted. Sometimes we will add strawberries or other fruit, sometimes we’ll add homemade granola, but those are just extras. The basics are timeless, simple, and nourishing.