Learning to freeze food in glass jars is not just a quaint homesteading trick. It’s actually another way to reduce exposure to harmful chemicals in plastic food storage containers and disposable plastic bags.Read More
The perfect treat for a special family movie night, this Homemade Caramel Corn is a healthier version of the ones that use corn syrup or other refined sugars. Optional add-ins make it even better!Read More
Did you know that essential oils can be used to keep apples from browning? It’s true!
Before I stopped buying juice, I often usedRead More
Homemade bone broth is a superfood. Making your own broth is one of the easiest, least expensive and most nutritious ways to boost your Real Food intake.
Have you tried it? The process might seem a bit intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of it it’s really not a big deal.
I love my Homemade Herbamare so much that I decided to include it with a few Christmas gifts this year. (Shhh!)
What’s so great about Homemade Herbamare?
- It tastes great, especially on meat. (Try Whole Chicken in the Crockpot or Marinated Steak Bites). A friend claims she uses it on “everything” now, including salmon and scrambled eggs.
- It’s healthy. My version contains Redmond’s Real Salt, which is very nutritious (as opposed to regular table salt, which is terrible for you!). It also contains organic herbs. (See below). It does NOT contain MSG or any other undesirable ingredients.
- It’s frugal. (See below).
I love guacamole.
Until Little Brother arrived on the scene, I was, alas, the only avocado-lover at the Yankee Homestead. So sad.
I made guacamole only for guests, because I was incapable of eating a whole batch on my own.
Now I can whip up a small batch and even Mr. Native Texan will pitch in and eat some! Older Brother’s still holding out, but in time I hope he too will come to appreciate the Amazing Avocado.
Update: Baby Bro has joined the ranks of avocado fans at my house. Hooray!