I recently wrote about homemade herbal and fruit liqueurs. Many of you requested specific liqueur recipes, so here are a few of the liqueurs I’m making with this year’s harvest.
I’ve always loved luffa soap, it cleans without being too abrasive. I’ve found a lot of different types, so let’s take a look at them and see how we can make our own!
Learn how to coexist with the tomato hornworm because it transforms into the hummingbird moth, a very beneficial pollinator who is much more than a garden pest!
Herbal Liqueurs in cocktails, enjoyed responsibly, can actually be a health boost. Benedictine liqueur and anise liqueur are most common, but there are many other options to try and enjoy!
Once you learn all the benefits of cold brewing, you may start using this method for all your coffee and tea. Cold brewing delivers a better tasting, longer lasting brew without the bitterness brought on by heat.
Learn how to store vegetables and fruit so they last longer. Following these simple storage rules will help maximize the life and freshness of your produce, and save you a lot of money!
No A/C in your house? No worries. Use these time tested tips to stay cool in the summer if you don’t have central air, or you just want to keep energy bills low.
When asked about eye health, or natural eye care remedies. I’m happy to share with folks that the best solutions are almost always simple, and should be eaten or applied fresh.
Save money by making a healthier homemade DIY wet mop refill. Not only does it clean well, the smell your homemade mop refills leave behind is also much better!
I created an all-natural DIY feminine wash (or homemade douche) because though some name brands claim to be all-natural, upon closer examination this wasn’t really the case. This homemade douche is natural, simple, and it works!
Our homemade coleslaw recipe doesn’t ruin the healthy nature of cabbage with tons of mayonnaise and high fructose syrup. It’s just a simple, delicious slaw that will be a big hit at your next cookout!