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There are a lot of changes you can make on your way to an environmentally friendly “green” kitchen that will take zero effort on your part.
Should you delve into raising ducks for eggs? Eggs are great, but that’s just one of many reasons to add ducks to your little homestead.
Plant your own garden. Here’s how to start a vegetable garden from scratch and harvest fresh vegetables from your own yard! Whether you live on an urban lot or out in the suburbs (or even on acreage) you can manage to grow some of your own food by planting a vegetable garden.
Nasturtium plants are abundant in many gardens and foragers might even find them growing wild. These stuffed nasturtium leaves are like a forager’s version of Greek dolmades. Made with peppery, edible nasturtium leaves and filled with rice and vegetables, these can be made vegetarian or with meat.
In it’s simplest form, mead is a fermented alcohol drink made with honey and water. Learn how to make mead at home with this one gallon mead recipe to try.
Could raising pigeons for meat be a way to provide protein on your small homestead? It’s an unusual choice in America, but pigeons are a protein source elsewhere.