No matter what the food corporations want you to believe (It’s hard! You don’t have time for cooking!) you can cook from scratch. The food will taste better, you’ll eliminate some questionable ingredients, and there’s much less waste with these homemade recipes.
Downsizing your home? Here are three homes to inspire your switch to small home living. Minuscule, tiny, and small.
Parsing organic farming facts and how organic crops compare to conventional produce is not easy. It’s almost as if it’s a *secret. Both organic farming and conventional farming use pesticides, but how do they compare? In a nutshell? Organic farming isn’t perfect, but I’ll take it.
Learning how to make granola bars at home will save you lots of cash at the supermarket AND reduce the amount of waste your snack generates. These are the first bars we made when we learned how to make granola bars, and with a few alterations, it’s been with us for years!
Organic food sounds good. But what IS organic, anyway? The fact is, a lot of the chemicals used by organic growers are safe and have been tested, at least reasonably well. But not all. Here’s a look at the pesticides and chemicals that are sprayed on our food — and yes, perhaps even the organic produce you buy.