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.
A list of sustainable kitchen appliances for a DIY lifestyle. A Vitamix, pressure canner, bread machine, crock pot, and food processor are a great start!
This Chai Latte Recipe makes homemade chai lattes easy. It yields one quart of powder mix so daily coffee shop chai lattes are simple and affordable again!
We love making homemade pizza and have done a lot of experimenting with homemade pizza sauce and crust, which allows us to pass our lessons on to you!
Here are 10 easy vegetables to grow in your garden. Grow them to save money, eat healthier, and teach your loved ones about eating local and natural.
We recently wrote about what CSAs farm shares are, now let’s focus on helping you to find a CSA that is local, inexpensive, and right for you.
This article answers the question, “What is a CSA?” and tells you the benefits and reasons to join including supporting local farms and eating healthy.
This easy recipe will show you how to make croutons that are delicious, inexpensive, and healthy – don’t be afraid to spice up your homemade croutons!
We have been using this homemade bread recipe as a staple in our home for more than three years. Use a bread machine or make it by hand if you have time.
White vinegar for cleaning is an old standby that just plain works; but what else is it good for? Here are 10 ways to use this powerhouse around the house.
What are root vegetables, what benefits do they have, and how to cook them. All great questions. Study up on them here, get to know them, and eat them often!
A growing movement to know your food and eat local is spreading across our country. Dissect your meal and ask yourself where it came from and who grew it.
Living in the south turned us into sweet tea drinkers so we asked around and came up with a healthy and delicious sweet tea recipe for y’all to enjoy.
There’s more to “good eggs” than you may think. We cut through all the popular marketing terms and help you better understand what makes an egg good and healthy.
Make time for food again! Doing things yourself in the kitchen helps you regain control over your family’s health while actually saving time and money!
This granola is the easiest and most rewarding baking project ever… so little effort for such a yummy result. Once you make your first batch you’ll be hooked by the taste, the ease, and the price. We were!