Great Soap to Store and Prep

Five Great Soaps to Prep! By Stephanie Dayle – Fri Feb 01, 9:51 am If you could only prep one kind of soap, what would it be? 

 There are always hundreds of answers to that question because there really isn’t a single ‘best’ soap to store; almost any soap is good to stock up […]

Become Your Own Herbal Doctor

I found this on one of my favorite sites and I just had to share.  I have become a licensed Family Herbalist and I love being able to treat my family without going to the doctor.  This article is so worth your time to read.  Also, check into Dr. Christophers classes to become certified. Let […]

How to Make Butter and Buttermilk

How to Make Butter and Buttermilk Of the sweet cream butter I’d made earlier in the day, my Italian visitor said, “It tasted heavenly.” Sweet cream butter is churned from cream that has not been acidified by the conversion of milk sugar (lactose) into lactic acid by lactobacillus bacteria. Think of it as butter straight […]

Vegetable Bean Soup

I love it when I come across a recipe that is truly from the foods that I have stored and tastes great.  The best part about this recipe is that you can tailor it straight to the likes and dis-likes of your family.  We love kidney beans so I always add kidney beans.  I also […]

Milk Kefir

I can not tell you how hard it was to originally find my milk kefir starter.  I was so excited when I found go check out the Kefir grains they have available. Then check out all of our kefir recipes. Milk kefir grains are live active cultures consisting of yeast and bacteria. Adding the […]

Delicious Homemade Wheat Bread

  Print Wheat Bread Ingredients 10 cups wheat freshly milled 6 cups warm water ⅔ cup oil ⅔ cup Homey 2 Tbsp Salt 2 Tbsp Yeast 2 Tbsp dough enhancer Instructions Add warm water, 7 cups of freshly milled flour and oil to mixing bowl. Mix well. Add honey, salt, yeast, and dough enhancer; mix […]

Canned Salsa

Here is a great recipe that I got from my mother in-law several years ago. I’ve made changes, altered it slightly, added a few things, and it is amazing! Keep this recipe handy for the summer months or when you have tons of tomatoes in your garden. Let me know what you think and what […]

How to Wash Clothes on a Washboard

  How To Wash Clothes On a Washboard Okay – I went to a demonstration on handwashing your own clothes and it was such a great class.  The instructor was hilarious, she showed us how you can tear your clothes, stain your clothes, all sorts of dos and don’ts to your clothes.  I was amazed but […]

7 Major Mistakes in Long Term Food Storage

  I speak quite often on food storage, food preparation, emergency preparedness, etc. and I love when I find articles that back me up and readdirm what I am talking about.  I can’t tell you how often I am told – “I will figure out how to use what I have stored when I have […]

Multi Grain Pancakes

  Print Multi Grain Pancakes Ingredients 4 cups whole wheat flour 4 cups multi grain flour 1 cup powdered milk ½ cup sugar ¾ cup powdered egg ¼ cup baking powder 1 Tbsp baking soda 1 Tbsp salt ¾ cup oil or 1 cup margarine Instructions Combine dry ingredients. Cut in margarine using a mixer […]


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