6 Genius Hacks To Preserve Fresh Herbs
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6 Genius Hacks To Preserve Fresh Herbs

Got a ton of herbs growing in your garden? Then you’ll probably want to preserve them.   I’ve been harvesting 5 gallon buckets of herbs for the past couple months, and drying them just isn’t doing it for me anymore.   There’s only so many dry herbs one person needs!   Drying them is great…

Substitute Honey For Sugar & Get Perfect Baked Goods [Conversion Chart]
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Substitute Honey For Sugar & Get Perfect Baked Goods [Conversion Chart]

Looking at an empty bag of sugar, but eyeing a bottle of honey and wondering, “how can I substitute honey for sugar?” In this article, I’m going to show you how substituting honey for sugar is really easy, and how to make sure the honey to sugar conversion OR the sugar to honey conversion doesn’t effect the…

Want Gourmet Ingredients Right At Your Fingertips? Grow These 10 Easy But Oh-So-Delicious Herbs!

Want Gourmet Ingredients Right At Your Fingertips? Grow These 10 Easy But Oh-So-Delicious Herbs!

Have you ever moved to a new home and realized you didn’t quite know what you were getting into?   That’s what happened when we moved to our farm. We were very used to easy sources for herbs, creme fraiche, and other yummy ingredients.   (Want more great down-home gardening advice? Grab your copy of…

Apple Cider Molasses Is An All-Natural (And Safe) Sugar Substitute. Here’s How You Can Make It At Home.

Apple Cider Molasses Is An All-Natural (And Safe) Sugar Substitute. Here’s How You Can Make It At Home.

Ever heard of Apple Cider Molasses?   Whether you have or haven’t, you’re in for a treat, because apple cider molasses is a sugar-substitute that’s healthy, all-natural, and you can make it right in your kitchen, even if you live in the tiniest apartment.   (This recipe is adapted from A Cabin Full Of Food…

5 Killer Summer Recipes Featuring Herbs to Kick Your Summer Off Right

5 Killer Summer Recipes Featuring Herbs to Kick Your Summer Off Right

Looking to kick your summer recipes up a notch? I think herbs should be involved. Fermenting too.  I don’t have to tell you the benefits of both. You already know, I’m sure. There’s not much better than the probiotics that come with fermenting, and the same goes for the bubbly taste, too. Keeps things interesting, right?…