Cooking from scratch isn’t that hard and will save you money, which is why it’s absolutely worth it to invest in a few good kitchen tools.
Most garden know-how is hard-won by experience and lots of research. But if you’re just starting, these garden tips can help.
In this video, John from the Youtube channel, Growing Your Greens, explains his easy method for making high-quality compost for your garden.
Long before refrigeration, ancient food preservation techniques were utilized to make fruits and vegetables safe for consumption.
Homesteading isn’t a process that happens overnight. Purchase homestead tools as you need them until you have everything covered.
Having a source of eggs right in your backyard has numerous benefits such as fewer bugs, free fertilizer, cage free eggs, and a use for kitchen scraps.
There are many methods to dehydrate food. Some are more efficient, but no matter how you dehydrate food, there are a ton of benefits.
Instead of spending an arm and a leg for furniture and household appliances, I decided to get crafty. Here are 12 DIY homesteading projects I’ve done.
To decide which animals are right for your homestead, you’ll need to consider several factors. Here are the most common types of livestock.
You don’t need a huge factory operation to get start canning food. In fact, everything you need is easily available at your local store.