When learning to cook real food you are going to need to learn how to stock real food. I’ve made a list of my homestead pantry staples. It’s the list of things we eat regularly and keep on hand at all times. Stocking a pantry isn’t something I was ever taught, but simply figured out along the way.[Read more…] about Homestead Pantry Staples
Stop buying chicken parts at the store! Buy a whole chicken with all the parts. I’ll show you how to cut up a whole chicken into all of the individual pieces. You’ll save money by doing it yourself. Such a simple skill has been lost in our modern day world, but I’m here to start a revolution one chicken at a time![Read more…] about How to Cut Up a Whole Chicken
Fall is coming, which means cool temps and warm soups. Chicken noodle soup is one of my all time favorites. Especially the way my mom makes it. She gave me her recipe for homemade chicken noodle soup. It’s perfect for cold nights or just colds.[Read more…] about Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup
How can you eat like a farmer without living on a farm? Sourcing real food on a budget is no easy task. It is much simpler to walk into Walmart and fill your cart. But you will pay for it with your health. Filing your body with real food as God intended, will take a bit more effort, but the long term benefits are totally worth it.[Read more…] about Sourcing Real Food on a Budget
Have you heard about the amazing benefits to drinking raw milk? More than likely the answer is no. You’ve probably heard scary stories about how it is bad for you though. Ever wondered why that might be? Our grandparents and great grandparents had no problem drinking raw milk, but it is a death sentence in the world we live in today. Why do I drink raw milk? Let me get up on my soapbox and tell you.[Read more…] about Why Do I Drink Raw Milk?