One thing you may have noticed about a plant-based diet – it’s expensive! Growing your own Keto garden and these five low-carb vegetables can save money while providing you with fresh, local produce for your family. After all, you can’t get more local and fresh than your own backyard! Tips for growing in container-growing, too, for you small space gardeners. Continue reading “The Keto Garden: Best Low-Carb Vegetables to Grow”
Low on time and money this holiday season? Need some quick crafts from upcycled materials you already have on hand? Well, here are three upcycled cookie cutter crafts for kids and adults – these are so easy even I can do them!
You may think that because you’ve gone Paleo or even Keto that you can never enjoy your favorite breakfast foods again. No, ma’am! Try this method for making dehydrated Paleo hash browns from Paleo and Keto approved veggies. Dehydrating them before you use them is the secret to keeping them perfectly moist, without being a soggy mess.
Who says Keto can’t be festive?! Here’s a simple recipe for a modern twist of the traditional confection, the sugar plum. Using coconut and pomegranate, this holiday Keto fat bomb recipe is sure to please. Continue reading “Holiday Keto Fat Bomb: The “Sugar Plum””
Pumpkin is a great vegetable to preserve whether you’re overwintering in a pantry, canning chunks or dehydrating chips or pumpkin leather. It’s so versatile in your food storage program! For space saving and ease of use, I really enjoy dehydrating a lot of my pumpkin harvest. Let me show you how to dehydrate pumpkin AND make a pie out it. Continue reading “Dehydrated Pumpkin – A Pie Recipe”
Calendula is a very useful herbal flower and very easy to grow, even for non-gardeners. Here’s a recipe for calendula earache oil from flowers we gathered clear into autumn. Be sure to check out all the other things you can make a do with calendula after the recipe! Continue reading “Calendula Earache Oil”
Need a rich, filling quick bread for breakfast? Look no further than these sourdough pumpkin biscuits! Great with gravy or jam, these are a perfect fall breakfast food.
Are you trying to make handmade gifts this year? Would you rather use green, organic materials that are practically begging to be turned into natural crafts? Here’s a collection of upcycled gifts from the garden for your homemade Christmas this year. Bonus: we’ve included a video and text tutorial of how to make your own grape vine garland, or swag, for gifting or decorating your own porch or hearth this holiday season.
The homestead family works long hours together every day but it’s important to not forget the fun! Here are some simple natural crafts for autumn that are enjoyable for the whole family. Did you know we have several fall holidays coming up? Use them to plan your natural crafts for kids and grown ups alike! Continue reading “Natural Crafts for Autumn”
Have you ever thought about how your personality translates into your homesteading life? Take this quick, informal homestead personality test and see what your strengths and weaknesses might be in you DIY lifestyle. Continue reading “Homestead Personality Test”