Simple Soaked Granola

The mud is deep here on the homestead.  The frost reluctant to release it’s hold on the depths of soil beneath dormant grasses, beneath feet.  The top layers of the earth have given into the sun’s relentless boldness and softened to accommodate the new found warmth, but below, deep within the frost still holds tightly to it’s grip on…

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Fermented Foods: KimChi

Nurture yourself, feed your internal fire. Deep winter is an ideal time to stoke the internal furnace of your digestion.  Keeping the digestive fires going insures strong robust digestion which directly translates to feeling strong, robust, and stoked.  Fermented foods are a fabulous way to maintain the digestive process.  It helps us to utilize deeply…

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Food + Sacred

Your Body is a Temple. The body is the house of our soul, the sacred temple that we get to live this one wild and wondrous life in.  It is a magnificent gift.  I invite you to explore the connection between how you feel internally, with what you are choosing to consume, the link between food…

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The Accidental Food Activist

So, I never set out to be an influencer.  Only a homestead mama sharing the joy.  However, sometimes, somewhere along the way, purpose finds you.  You can choose to step into the moment, lean in hard and listen good, or you can shrink back and shy away from it. One choice will feel right, good,…

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Tincture Making Simplified

Tinctures are an herbal extract.  They are used for their medicinal properties and are very simple to make. They are an easy way to administer a concentrated amount of herb into you, your family, or animals on your homestead.  You do not need any fancy equipment, other than a glass jar, cheesecloth/strainer, alcohol, and the…

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