Bobby pins aren’t just for pinning up hair. They can be used for all sorts of things around the homestead. Here are just a few examples.
Preserving herbs in vinegar is a great way to save the fresh flavor of a season to use later, and it’s pretty simple. Just follow these tips.
Milk can spoil easily, but there are many ways to use it after its spoiled. It’s good for baking, feeding animals, and nourishing your skin.
There are plenty of ways that our ancestors kept cool without using air conditioning or any modern technology. Here are 10 methods to try.
For those of us who hope to live off-grid someday or want to live off-grid as much as we can, here are 8 ways to make coffee.
While food dehydration is a fairly straightforward process, there are still many things you need to know to do it successfully.
If you’re looking for heirloom seeds, check out these heirloom seed companies, all of which sell quality seeds at reasonable prices.
These are the best-selling emergency foods among preppers and homesteaders because of their shelf life, nutrition, and flavor.
Amish recipes use simple and whole foods that many of us already use on the homestead. Here are five recipes you should learn.
If you have extra food or are looking for frugal alternatives to household products, check out these alternative uses for everyday foods.