Find out how common food ingredients are derived, their potential benefits, and their risks.
Ready for a challenge? Tackle this list of 12 books on flora, fauna, weather, conservation, and more.
How to decipher what your body is trying to tell you.
We love curating helpful reading material for country living enthusiasts! If you are looking for a variety of useful books on everything from starting a farming enterprise to planting crops to drawing horses, we highly recommend the Homestead Bookshelf as the place to find what you’re looking for. We have collected public domain classics, modern…… Continue reading Top 10 Reader-Favorite Books
Ready for 25 more skills to build on the ones you mastered previously? This set is more advanced than the first, so take your time.
While your homesteading bucket list should be unique, you may find that these suggestions spark an interest you didn’t even know you had.
You know what they say—waste not, want not. And what more delicious application of this proverb is there than bread pudding? This super-easy recipe, adapted from a Betty Crocker cookbook, is a family favorite and an excellent way to keep those bread heels and halves from going to waste. If you make your own homemade…… Continue reading Microwave Bread Pudding
Is drinking coffee good for your health? Or is it bad for you? Often, we seem to receive conflicting information on this subject from the media. And while there are good reasons we probably really don’t want a straight answer to the question…some of us are just too curious to resist the urge to dig…… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Drinking Coffee
The crucial heath roles of a much-maligned nutrient.
Yes, we do our level best to eat right. We avoid highly processed foods, we put fresh fruits and vegetables on the table with every meal, and we even bake our own bread. But when you live on a farm, sometimes the urgent takes top priority. So what do you prepare for dinner when you’ve…… Continue reading 10 Ways to Dress Up Boxed Macaroni and Cheese