Pressure canning may seem intimidating at first but it actually takes less prep work than water bath canning. Did you know, pressure canning is the only safe way to can low-acidity foods such as vegetables, mushrooms, broth, soup/stew, and meat? So, take the leap and start preserving produce from your own garden this season!
If you are searching for an easy recipe for a crowd, look no further. This soup can be prepared on the stovetop or slow cooker and uses ingredients that can come solely from the pantry and freezer.
Food preservation is a homesteaders most valuable skill. After all that work planning, planting, tending and harvesting your garden, the last thing you want is for your bounty to go to waste. Learn more about how to preserve your garden harvest and make food last for months or even years!
Looking for a canning recipe to preserve your garden harvest? We actually invent snacks just to incorporate this relish. It's so delicious, I will never buy grocery store relish again.
Coconut chicken strips are by far one of my family’s favorite meals. They are quick to make and this recipe substitutes the flour and breadcrumbs with gluten free, paleo and whole30 alternatives. They also make delicious leftovers!
This quick and easy hotdog tortilla wrap will be your new family favorite. It’s topped with bacon, cheese and onions and grilled to perfection.
I often make this for company. It’s easy to scale up and serve a large group, even friends who are picky eaters have asked me for the recipe.
This is the perfect meal for a busy week night or when you have guests and don't want to be stuck in the kitchen all night. It takes less than 5 minutes to prep and is a definite crowd pleaser.
This is the story of how I went from a normal, everyday housewife to a crazy, obsessive self-sufficiency advocate and homesteading junkie. (And this was just year one!)
Here it is, a comprehensive list of homesteading skills to inspire both newbie homesteaders and masters of their craft improve and expand their knowledge.