A food common in Europe can be grown in the United States. It is the seed and oil of the Styrian Pumpkin
Learn the proper technique to get those pesky oysters open without injury.
Find out how oysters are grown and how best to harvest some yourself.
Roundup is now found in much of the food we eat. The consequences include not only less nutrition in our food, but many illnesses that have become epidemics since the 1990's. This is the third part of a three-part series in which the author, a physician and homesteader, explains how Roundup works and what we can do to keep ourselves healthy.
Learn to spend just $2 per person for food!
Try this homemade flour tortilla recipe.
We moved across provinces recently, from the big city to our homestead in rural British Columbia. In order for us to realize our dream of starting a homestead, we had to cut costs everywhere. That meant camping out while we were moving to our farm! So, I have had to pare down my kitchen essentials to almost nothing. Really down to basics. I had to ask myself, what can I survive on for cooking real food?
When you have high-quality ingredients in season and farm fresh, often a simple recipe is all you need to really showcase flavor of freshly harvested produce. Such is the case with this Simple Salad Dressing recipe from Jordan Vineyard & Winery in Healdsburg, California, as their wine-making success builds on this idea of appreciating the terroir of a place, celebrating the flavors of the land from vineyard and growing field to wine glass and plate of fresh greens.
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