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Your reasons are a year’s supply of simple sauce, tomato broth, Italian marinara, salsa, and ketchup, all without toxic additives and preservatives.
We got over 100 pounds of peaches, and we used the whole thing: the lush fruit, the peel, and the pits. We preserved these goodies so that we can have a taste of sunshine during the cold months.
To truly break free of the grocery store, you have to free yourself from the “list of ingredients” mindset and proceed into real scratch cooking like our grandmothers used to do.
It’s easy to make an intensely fruity jam with absolutely no added pectin!
If you have a hand mixer, homemade ice cream can be yours!
Light and fluffy, homemade ricotta cheese is one of the easiest things you’ll ever make.
Here’s a delicious and simple-to-make meal, made from farm fresh ingredients.
Strawberry season is in full swing. Now is the time to stock up on those delicious vivid red berries! Learn how (and why) to grow them, wash them, and preserve them!
When the power goes out, my kids tend to think it’s party time. They like it because it means that we are definitely going to play some games, do some arts and crafts, and eat some food we don’t normally indulge in. Of course we have back-up cooking methods forRead the Rest…
by Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton Originally published at Truthstream Media Homemade just tastes better – plus, we get to control the ingredients. Melissa Melton and I got some raw milk from the farm and a simple cheese making kit. From there, we figured out how to make some simpleRead the Rest…
Aside from the gifts under the tree, one of the big expenses of the holidays is the food. Nearly everyone finds that their grocery bill is up this time of year. You’re hosting parties, putting together a no-holds-barred Christmas morning breakfast, and making a gigantic feast for friends and family.Read the Rest…