Do you know how to convert yeast recipes to sourdough? It’s not very hard to do. In fact, I’d highly recommend trying it.
Why would I want to take a yeast recipe and convert to it sourdough?
Here are a couple of […]
Gardening and seed saving are like “peas and carrots.” I’m often puzzled about why there aren’t more seed savers in our gardening ranks. I’m not talking about anything extravagant. Why don’t more people save their […]
Regionally adapted seeds are great. We live in a region with drastic shifts in temperature and precipitation. Whereas I grew up in a region where one could get accurate weather predictions for at least a week out, […]
The mulberry can feed you really well, yet this tree is largely neglected, might I even say, despised by some, because it can be a bit messy. Mulberries are only messy because they are such huge producers of tasty […]
For years I had heard about herbicide contamination in the garden without experiencing it. Our homestead is fairly isolated from field crops, which are often the recipients of broadleaf herbicide treatment. Then […]
Yes, this is a problem for a growing number of people.
I do need to do some reviews on Pinetree, Johnny’s and Kitazawa (I haven’t even heard of this one before). We need diversity of seed companies! Amy, perhaps […]
Getting back to basics is a good thing, and learning to work outside your comfort zone almost certainly is part of such a lifestyle. Skills are necessary in order to live well as well as to save time and money. […]
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