Taking the great leap into home fermentation, such as making sauerkraut, can be an intimidating proposition. The prospect of throwing a bunch of vegetables into a container for weeks on end can be, well, disconcerting. If you’ve left berries in your refrigerator too long, you know what fermented foods can look and smell like, and […]
Learn from homesteading and fermenting guru, Gina Phelps, as she shows you how to make some of her special treat of Italian Delight fermented tomatoes! Transcript from Gina Phelps Italian Delights Fermented Food: I’m Gina Phelps, a nutritional therapy practitioner, and I had the opportunity to demo cultured foods at the Homesteader of America conference […]
Let’s join Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and 2017 Homesteaders of America conference speaker, Gina Phelps, as she shares with us how to make a nutritious, fermented, prebiotic & probiotic-rich, dairy-free Cashew Kefir! How to Make Dairy-Free Cashew Kefir Kefir is a prebiotic drink that is going to feed that wonderful bacteria that is in your colon. […]
When properly used, cared for, and seasoned, cast iron cookware will last a lifetime & beyond. Learn how to give your skillets a little TLC! I believe my mom cooked more with cast iron than my grandma ever did. At least, in my lifetime. Growing up, I didn’t really understand that cast iron needed tender, […]
Join Brad from Full Spectrum Survival, and Daniel of Go For Green Living, as they create a very quick and easy campfire pizza, and have a chat about how to start homesteading and prepping. Join their candid chat and feel like you’re sitting right there with them, all while gleaning amazing knowledge and information.
Kombucha is a delicious & bubbly drink your whole family will love! It is a healthy, naturally fermented beverage made from brewed tea. Learn the basics and you’ll be making kombucha at home in just a few easy steps! Kombucha 101 What Is Kombucha? Put simply, kombucha is a fermented tea that is carbonated, slightly […]
A little leaven leavens the whole lump. Ever wonder how bread was made before those nifty little packets of yeast came along? Or maybe you’ve wondered what leaven the people of God were instructed to get rid of during the Feast of Unleavened Bread? Surely not the little packets! So what then? Let me try […]
Eggs. If you have a homestead, you most likely have eggs. Even urban backyard chicken keepers will have eggs coming out of their ears most Summers. So when we have all of these eggs, and have even more eggs after selling our extras, we often try and find fun new ways to use our eggs […]