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Grow Some Food!

Growing a vegetable garden in your own backyard provides food for the table, of course. But the ready availability to locally produced food is good for the environment as well, as long as you’re growing organically. And then there’s the soul soothing act of digging in the soil. Isn’t it time you grew some food?? See ALL of my garden posts here!

Vintage skills like food preservation, soap making, gardening, and even simple home cooking are seeing a resurgence as a new generation seeks the comfort of old-fashioned handmade living.

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How to Can Crushed Tomatoes the Easy Way

3 jars of crushed tomatoes in canning jars

Crushed tomatoes are one of the handiest pantry ingredients to keep on hand for home cooking. Happily, canning crushed tomatoes is also one of the easiest ways to preserve them. 

Make this Spicy Mayo Recipe to Kick Up the Flavor of any Meal!

spoon dipping out of a teal bowl of pink spicy mayo

With just a handful of ingredients, make this spicy mayo recipe in just 5 minutes. It’s perfect for dipping fries, sushi, or chicken tenders.

Grow a Stir-Fry Garden with Bok Choy

Boy Choy

Bok choy, also known as Chinese white cabbage, is an easy-to-grow vegetable to eat raw or for your home stir-fry garden.

Making Homemade Pizza Sauce from Fresh Tomatoes

jars of home canned pizza sauce

This pizza sauce recipe from fresh tomatoes utilizes your garden crop. Flavored with herbs and spices, it will make your homemade pizza just that much better. 

20+ Urban Homesteading Skills to Learn: Start Where You Are NOW

Hands harvesting Broccoli

Canning, food preservation, & raising small animals – learn these urban homesteading skills! Self sufficient living can be embraced right where you live.