Tag: Medicinal Food

Medicinal Food

“Medicinal Food” articles here at Homestead Lady can be anything from dairy ferments to vegetable dishes to kefir uses to sourdough bread.  We truly believe that there is health in the navel and marrow in the bones when food is used medicinally, as well as to nourish and sustain the body.

Together with the tags “Homemade”, “Healthy Grains”, “Gluten Free”, “Healthy Treat” and “Ferments”, the “Medicinal Food” tag will bring you to articles on the topic of acheiving health and wellness with the aid of wholesome foods, properly prepared, and appealing to the whole family.

Lemon Verbena Low Carb Macaroons

Use this herbal low carb macaroons recipe for a light and airy treat as summer descends upon us.  We chose scented geraniums and lemon verbena for this recipe, but you can use any herbal combination you want! After you make the recipe, be sure to check out the Growing and Using Herbs Giveaway happening this months – over 25 herbal learning resources for FREE!

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Herbal Flower and Rose Syrup

Do you have a recipe that includes rose water or rose syrup and you’d like to make your own?  Have you gone foraging and now have edible and herbal flower specimens like honeysuckle and clover that you’d like to use?  Here is a simple recipe for an edible flower syrup that you can use in so many different ways.

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Plant a Keto Garden l 5 low-carb vegetables to plant in the garden or in containers l Homestead Lady.com

The Keto Garden: Best Low-Carb Vegetables to Grow

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.  Plant a Keto Garden l 5 low-carb vegetables to plant in the garden or in containers l Homestead Lady.com  Continue reading “The Keto Garden: Best Low-Carb Vegetables to Grow”

Holiday Keto Fat Bomb: The “Sugar Plum”

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””

Easy Homemade Cheese l Maple Yogurt Cheese l Homestead Lady.com

Easy Homemade Cheese: Maple Yogurt Cheese

Do you like the idea of making cheese at home but are a bit intimidated to start?  Try  this easy homemade cheese: maple yogurt cheese.  Using homemade or store bought yogurt, you can enjoy homemade cheese today! Easy Homemade Cheese l Maple Yogurt Cheese l Homestead Lady.com Continue reading “Easy Homemade Cheese: Maple Yogurt Cheese”

Elderberry Syrup 2 Ways l Use fresh elderberries, fresh ginger, dried spice or essential oils l Healthy Homestead Families l Homestead Lady.com

Elderberry Syrup Two Ways

Elderberry Syrup 2 Ways l Use fresh elderberries, fresh ginger, dried spice or essential oils l Healthy Homestead Families l Homestead Lady.com If you could ask a seasoned, homeschooling and homesteading mom of six for a little advice, what would it be?  Pull up a chair with my friend Rhonda from The Provident Homemaker as she shares one of her favorite foraging books, her 5 steps for keeping the family healthy and her special recipe for elderberry syrup. Continue reading “Elderberry Syrup Two Ways”

Broken Body Homesteading l From birth to illness to age to injury homesteading advice for holistic healing l Homestead Lady.com

Broken Body Homesteading: Advice for Keepin’ On

How do you do the work of the homestead when it hurts?  What about babies, surgeries, mental health days and just aging joints?  Here’s a little advice for broken body homesteading. Broken Body Homesteading l From birth to illness to age to injury homesteading advice for holistic healing l Homestead Lady.com Continue reading “Broken Body Homesteading: Advice for Keepin’ On”

Probiotics During Antibiotics

While you’re taking a prescription antibiotic, it’s important to support your gut flora to keep it happy and active.  An easy and effective way to do so is to consume a hearty dose of homemade probiotic foods during your antibiotic regimen.  Here are a few simple tips for making and consuming probiotics.  These are especially suited for times when you just feel yucky.

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