Homemade jello is incredibly easy to make, has ingredients you can feel great about, and with a little “outside the box” thinking, you can still enjoy the convenience of taking it with you without using plastic.
Long before Best Foods decided to bottle up their popular sandwich spread, someone was making that from scratch. Same with so many of the things we buy ready made these days. You CAN make this stuff at home!
Looking for something a little bit different to put out for summertime parties? This pineapple salsa is IT. Serve it fresh, or make it several days in advance and ferment it for a little extra bang. It’s a great appetizer, or good with chicken and fish, too.
Got milk? Homemade yogurt is really simple to make and eliminates a lot of little plastic cups!
If you’re considering delving into baking bread as part of your efforts toward more self-reliant living, here’s a very basic look at the difference between quick bread and yeast bread. The crux of it, though? It’s not hard!
My family loves this kimchi. It’s spicy and crunchy and salty – a great side dish to go with meat and fish when you don’t have time to make a salad. Naturally fermented kimchi is full of friendly bacteria and enzymes and oh, so good for you. And it’s easy to make!
This super easy fresh cranberry sauce graces our table every Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Lacto-fermentation is fast, easy, and good for you! This cauliflower recipe is a great way to start.
Whether you’re hosting a big meal for extended family or keeping it relatively simple, these Christmas dinner ideas will help you have a homemade holiday.