Fall leaves are quite possibly the best resource for your garden. And people will just GIVE them to you! Take advantage of it!
Growing our own food in preparation for economic downturns or hard times is just smart. Self sufficient living doesn’t mean prepping for the end times; rather, it’s a way for each of us to be prepared to weather the storm of potential personal calamities. From job loss to natural disasters, self-sufficiency is key.
We’re all interested in saving a buck at the grocery store, right? Stretching a whole chicken across multiple meals is much more frugal than buying breasts.
Have you ever considered making your own homemade barbecue potato chips? This recipe knocks the store bought versions out of the park.
Self reliance: The idea of relying on yourself for many of your needs, rather than depending on corporations. Looking for some on ideas on where to begin your journey toward self-reliance? This collection of simple ideas might be just what you need to set a lifestyle change into motion.
The cooperative extension system, affiliated with universities across the USA, are a great source of expert information for gardeners, canners, and cooks.
This zucchini relish recipe is sweet and somewhat tangy. It makes a great hamburger relish, but it’s great for adding extra flavor to things like egg salad, deviled eggs, potato salad, and even mixed into meatloaf. Zucchini relish is a great way to preserve summer squash for the winter pantry.
Hawaii coffee comes from several islands, though the most famous growing region is Kona on Hawaii Island.