Cut your animal feed costs substantially by sprouting grains like oats, wheat, or barley into fodder. It’s great, inexpensive chicken food and good for other livestock, too. Fifty pounds of whole grain can be transformed into as much as 300 pounds of fodder simply by sprouting it.
This savory sweet caramelized onion jam recipe is a great way to preserve onions from the garden. The word “jam” might make you think “toast” but one taste will broaden your scope. Use this onion jam as a condiment to spice up meat dishes or slather it on a grilled cheese sandwich for a divine meal.
This raspberry pineapple water kefir is refreshingly sweet yet very low in sugar. It’s a healthy alternative to soda, perfect for a warm summer afternoon. Kefir is made using “starter” grains, but once you acquire those, the actual making of water kefir is easy.