Dutch ovens are durable, versatile, easy to clean and maintain, and an all around great investment. Here are a few more reasons you should get one.
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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.
If you live in an area with maple trees and you want to try making your own syrup, you need to see this video. It explains step by step how to make syrup.
You can live off the land with whatever meat you can catch as long as you learn how to cook without electricity. Here are seven ways to do it.
If you want to be able to cook almost anything from scratch, you need to have these ingredients on hand. They’ll help you eat healthier and save money.
People think of fried chicken as a modern food, but it’s been around for several hundred years, as evidenced by this fried chicken recipe from 1736.
Learning to cook from scratch isn’t that hard and will save you tons of money, which is why it’s absolutely worth it to invest in a few good kitchen tools.
Long before refrigeration, ancient food preservation techniques, one being fermentation, were utilized to make fruits and vegetables safe for consumption.
There are many methods to dehydrate food. Some are cheaper and more efficient than others but no matter how you dehydrate food, there are a ton of benefits.