Talk about the pits! Yes, a bladder infection is the pits! Here is how to get rid of bladder infections naturally – an easy and effective alternative. If you have ever had one, you know exactly what I mean – burning, pain and the feeling that your insides are gonna fall out when you “go”, “potty”,Read More
In the following article, I have linked to products from my affiliate partners that I personally use and recommend. Recently a friend asked me exactly how I soak my nuts and what I do to dehydrate the nuts after soaking. She had read about phytic acid and the importance of properly prepared grains andRead More
This may seem like an odd topic, after all, who eats heart? Well, we do AND it is delicious! After we butchered our first steer, I made heart kabobs and grilled them. Even our 4 year old thought they were great. She loved having her meat on a stick and pulling it off herself! OrganRead More
Our family really enjoys kombucha and, continuous brew kombucha is even better! I keep 8+ gallons going at a time! Once the fermentation is complete, we keg it, put it on tap and have fresh fizzy kombucha available all the time! Kombucha is so good for you! It is a delicious drink made from sweet tea andRead More
Have you ever had a gallbladder attack? Talk about painful! But there is hope – here is how to get rid of gallstones naturally! Thankfully, I have found something that works like a charm, is not invasive and lets me keep my gallbladder! Plus, it doesn’t hurt – yeah!
As I posted last week, we are blessed with gobs of pumpkins! We love pumpkin soup, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin pie … there is almost no end to what you can do with pumpkin – but, what do you do with all the pumpkin seeds? We toast them! Pumpkin seeds have a wonderful flavor especially whenRead More
Have you ever prepared pumpkin for winter storage? Pumpkin, like other winter squash can be kept for long periods of time with very little effort! With Halloween having come and gone, I have stocked up on discounted pumpkins! It was even prearranged with the owner of a local pumpkin patch to glean his pumpkins afterRead More
If it is one thing that our garden produces in abundance, it is butternut squash. It is a good thing we all like it! Not only is it one of the vegetables encouraged in the GAPS introduction diet, it is just plain good. Butternut squash is a winter squash like pumpkin. Growing on a vine,Read More