Whether you want to grow and preserve your own food, live a healthier life thanks to natural products and ingredients, embrace self-reliance by living off the grid, prepare your family for a power outage or other emergency, or simply want to “do it yourself” at home, then you’ve come to the right place! We want all of those things too, so let’s learn together.
Harness the power of the sun when infusing herbs in oil using the simpler’s method.
A great way to preserve these herbs for use throughout the year is to start making herbal tinctures. Through this article, you will learn the ins and outs of how to make an herbal tincture.
Summer is the time that I most love for making flower wines like this easy recipe for honeysuckle wine. It’s subtle and delicious and totally captures the essence of summer.
Capture the essence of summertime with this easy elderflower wine ricipe that’s super simple to make.
Try this easy sourdough recipe from starter to make a rustic sourdough bread that has a chewy crust and a soft center. It is pure comfort food!
Making a yeast starter for baking is easier than you think. Try this recipe for sourdough starter today.
In this post, I am going to share with you the best way to freeze rhubarb that I’ve found. It’s super simple and preserves the rhubarb for up to one year!
If you’re lucky enough to have sweet violets in your yard, then you absolutely must try this delicious recipe for violet jelly. It’s like springtime in a jar!
Learn how to make this simple but effective healing salve made with comfrey, calendula and purple dead nettle that’s perfect for hard working hands.
If you grow a lot of Rhubarb, consider making some delicious wine with some of your harvest. It’s tasty and easy to make – here’s how to make Rhubarb Wine.