How to Make Vinegar From Apple Scraps | Homesteading
Find out how to make vinegar in four easy steps. All you need are some apple scraps to make homemade apple cider vinegar on the homestead!
How To Cook Dandelion Greens
Foraged greens are the first of the spring vegetables, coming in even earlier than asparagus, according to Rebecca Wood. Leave it up to this resilient weed to want to be the first and strongest to poke its green leafy head out amidst the cold! Lately, and over the past couple of years, it hasn't been unusual to see these nutrient-packed, bright, long-leafed greens hitting local groceries and farmer's markets. Dandelion greens are known for their bitter taste and vary in their degree of…
20 Plants You Can Turn Into Flour - Homestead Survival Site
Wheat is a staple of almost everyone’s diet, but it can be difficult to grow. Thankfully, there’s a plethora of other plants that can be made into flour.
How To Make Your Own Yeast and Its Importance To Your Health
If you’re trying to incorporate a natural, health-conscious diet into your life, then you may want to learn how to make your own yeast tasty and healthy.
Troubleshooting Your Sourdough Starter | The Clever Carrot
A comprehensive, easy to follow, step-by-step guide for troubleshooting your sourdough starter (without losing your mind).
Food Storage With Buckets 101 | SHTFPreparedness
Food Storage With Buckets 101. What can you store in buckets? This question would definitely be answered!
How to Filter Pure Maple Syrup and Avoid Sugar Sand (with Video) – Real Food – MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Pure maple syrup may be cloudy or have chunky sediment if it’s not properly filtered. A simple step that fits easily into the sugarmaking process can help you avoid sugar sand. This article will teach you how to filter sap during maple syrup collection and syrup boiling for clean, clear pure maple syrup.