Use this chocolate syrup recipe to make your own homemade dessert topping. It’s delicious, easy, healthy and will increase sustainability.
Learning how to dry herbs offers self reliance and accomplishment. Fresh dried herbs give better flavor, you know their origin, and you know their age.
This perfect homemade hamburger recipe came from years of experimentation in “burger-ology”. Simple, juicy, delicious, and even healthy, that’s right – HEALTHY!
The glass mason jar is not just for canning! Its unlimited uses can be traced to the kitchen, pantry, bathroom, laundry, office, and even the garage!
This Bulgarian Potato Salad recipe offers a refreshing change from traditional mayo and mustard based salads and will be a sure hit at summer cookouts.
Unlike commercial sports drinks, this homemade version contains no artificial colors or sweeteners. It’s healthy, delicious, and there’s no sugar added.
Homemade butter is much easier than you think. It can be made several different ways, is a great project to do with children, and yields a delicious product!
Our refrigerator is packed with real, healthy food. Ditch the diet fad and retrain yourself to purchase, process, cook, and eat real, healthy food.
Garden greens are and oft forgotten and much overlooked staple of traditional health. Rediscover their frugal wealth, versatility, and delicious taste.
Follow this popsicle recipe and learn how to make popsicles that are healthy, sugar free, and delicious! Your family will think you’re a genius.
The DIY Learning Curve applies to everyone, beginners and expert alike. It’s okay to not know, but it’s not okay to not try. We all start somewhere.
The raw food dog diet may not be something you have heard about, but if you’re a dog owner it is something to meditate on and consider for your dog.
Use this homemade strawberry shortcake recipe and ditch the store bought imitations that fall far short. Make your own from scratch and eat healthy dessert!
Creative gardening will help you utilize what you already have so you don’t spend a bunch of money on planters and other garden needs. Be creative and save.
Homemade peanut butter is not difficult to make. Create you own peanut butter based on this age-old, grandmother proven recipe focusing on healthy food.
This baking mix recipe is a healthier, homemade replacement for Bisquick. Make biscuits, pancakes, and more with this reworked old time favorite.
Amish made products like bar soap, cheese, raw honey and maple syrup, spices and seeds, and cookware are some of our favorites to purchase and use.
Start a vegetable garden and use these tips to have success growing great food and providing for your family. There are a lot of benefits to growing food.