The basic ingredients of any pemmican recipe are meat and fat. Things like honey, fruits, nuts, and seasonings are added as well. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pemmican #pemmicanrecipe #survivalfood #preparedness
Everything from bread and cheese to beer, wine, and simple things like sauerkraut, Kimchi, and yogurt are the result of a little-understood process known as fermentation. #homesteadsurvivalsite #fermentation #fermentfood #makeyogurt #applecidervinegar
Everybody knows kids love candy, but there’s something they love even more: candy they made themselves!
If you like pickles, making your own can be a fun and healthy way of preserving the abundance of your summer harvests. Here are 2 recipes.
Hardtack is a survival food that can sit on the shelves for years. Check out the 5 easy steps to making your own hardtack.
These are the most delicious pancakes in the world! At least according to me, my kids, and my grandma, but I think you’ll agree with us once you try them. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pancakes #pancakerecipe #fromscratch #bestpancakes
The easiest way to make your own yeast is to grow a sourdough starter. All you have to do is capture wild yeast using flour and water.
Making your own soda is easier than you think. Use these organic ingredients and you’ll have a natural, healthy soda that’s nice and bubbly.
If you’re new to from-scratch cooking or bread-making, this peasant bread recipe is a great place to start. It’s a cheap family staple.
In this episode of James Townsend and Son, you’ll learn how to make a 1000-year-old energy drink that was popular in the 18th century. It’s called switchel.