Baking sourdough bread is easy and delicious. This easy sourdough starter recipe without yeast is the perfect place to begin with your sourdough baking! All you’ll need is some flour and water, and the surrounding environment will do the rest as the mixture ferments.
Give vegetable seeds a head start in the garden by soaking seeds before planting them. The extra moisture can speed germination and helps them thrive.
Don’t say EW! Using urine as fertilizer is a common sense way to use resources you have on hand. Here’s how human urine can be used in the garden safely.
Dreaming of living off the grid? Read how one family achieved an off grid homestead WITHOUT going into debt! With a willingness to DIY, you can, too!
Hot summertime weather can cause many vegetable plants to wilt and die. But not these heat tolerant vegetables! You can even start them in high temps.
Gently sweetened with raw local honey and topped with an unusual corn masa biscuit crust, this gluten-free strawberry cobbler recipe is something special.
Cast iron cookware is one of the most iconic piece of kitchen equipment on a small homestead. And for good reason. Cast iron cookware is durable, and can be used on the stove top, in the oven, or over an open fire. Better yet, with correct care, it becomes as non-stick as more modern pots and pans.
These savory muffins are a great accompaniment to soup and salad. Filled with kale and chives (and cheese, if you like!), they’re quick to pull together.
Growing kale is easy! Its harvest season can last for an extended time, so you’ll reap the benefits of this dark, leafy green for months with just a single planting. Consider growing kale in your garden for fresh use and freeze some for adding to fruit smoothies. The dark green leafy greens are highly nutritious!