Making your own immune-boosting gummy bears is easier than you think. All you need is some gelatin, elderberry syrup, and gummy bear molds.
IF you don’t have any yeast on hand, try these bread recipes that don’t require yeast. Even the novice bakers can handle these simple recipes.
You’ll succeed every time you bake a loaf of bread if you follow these simple rules. Here’s how to master the art of bread baking.
Here’s a way to make French bread in just 10 minutes of working time. The rest of the time, the bread is rising or the oven is doing the work. #homesteadsurvivalsite #bread #breadrecipes #frenchbread #easybread
Both making and pressure canning chili can be done in a single afternoon. Preserving chili will make it shelf-stable and increase your food stockpiles. #homesteadsurvivalsite #chili #makechili #chilirecipe #foodstorage
Ever heard of portable soup before? It’s basically a solidified broth to which you can add hot water and quickly make soup. It’s also called pocket soup. #homesteadsurvivalsite #soup #souprecipes #survivalfood #emergencyfood
Cheesemaking is easy to do once you understand the ingredients. In this article, we’ll learn to make mozzarella and ricotta cheese, along with yogurt. #homesteadsurvivalsite #cheese #makecheese #homemadecheese #fromscratch
For our pioneer ancestors, the only candy store was at home. In this article, we’ll look at six pioneer candy recipes and how to make them.
I decided to make my own oat milk and share the process. Not only was this oat milk recipe easy to make, most of my family liked it. #homesteadsurvivalsite #oatmilk #milk #healthyfood #homemade
Perpetual soup is a soup that is simmered for days, weeks, months, and even years. Pioneers used to eat it every day. Here’s how to make it.