We’ve used this applesauce recipe for years, you’ll love it. While you’re in project mode consider finishing these other important DIY projects before winter hits!
Learn how to make eyeliner so you can control the ingredients and ensure they are natural. Today we examine reasons to make your own and offer two DIY eyeliner recipes.
Homemade Nutella? Yes! Last year for Christmas I made this dark chocolate hazelnut spread and gave it as stocking stuffers. Also learn why hazelnuts are so healthy!
This homemade facial cleanser is actually face wash powder made of “cleansing grains” and a few other ingredients that make this an amazing facial cleanser.
Learn how to make molasses from sorghum you purchased, or grew yourself. Where you get the sorghum doesn’t affect the outcome; but if you buy, make sure it’s organic.
This homemade lip scrub smells of pumpkin pie and uses all natural ingredients rather than synthetic fragrance to achieve its yummy smell. It also tastes wonderful!
Pesto sauce is one of my favorite ways to use basil. Here’s a little background on basil and a recipe that combines pasta, potatoes, green beans and pesto sauce. Enjoy!
Uses for coffee grounds? Yes! For many, coffee is an essential part of every day life, but did you know there are other uses for coffee besides just drinking it? Read on to find out!
Learn the best oil for deep frying foods and also learn whether common beliefs about fat, and cooking with fats, are actually truth, or myths. Let’s take a deep and greasy look!
This sumac tea or sumac lemonade is a traditional beverage in the south, used to cool the body in extreme heat. The Native Americans also used sumac for several health benefits.
Home remedies for bruises and sore muscles. Dried Arnica flowers can be infused in oil or soaked in water to make a cream useful for bruises, swelling, and sore muscles.
Preserving carved pumpkins after halloween is pretty simple. You can make your own natural preserving wash and preserving spray pretty easy using just a few ingredients.
The benefits of holy basil are well documented! Known also as Tulsi, it’s one of my favorite herbs. It is versatile and useful in cooking, herbal remedies, insect repellent, and more.