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Do you purchase herbs like basil and dill in those little jars from the grocery store? How crazy expensive are those!!!??? A tiny 1/4 ounce jar of dried oregano or basil is about $6.00 around here. I can fill my whole pantry with every herb one can think of for about $6.00, and I have … Continue reading 4 Ways to Dry Herbs
Do you grow sunflowers? Many people that do, leave the seeds for the birds. That's a nice thing to do, but you can also keep some seeds for yourself. We grow Mammoth Sunflowers which get about 10 feet tall, and the flowers grow at least a foot across. When the yellow flowers die, the leaves … Continue reading Sunflower Seeds are for the Birds – Not!
If you've never canned anything in your life, tomatoes are the place to start! You don't need a lot of know-how. You don't need a lot of ingredients. You don't need to figure out how to use a pressure canner. HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED: Glass preserving jars with lids (quarts or pints)A water-bath canner and … Continue reading A Little Mater Processing Up In Here
Can you guess this product from these ingredients? Ingredients: Ground Whole Wheat Wheat Flour Meat and Bone Meal Poultry By-Product meal Beef Fat preserved with BHA/BHT (butylated hydroxyanisole/butylated hydroxytoluene) Salt Chicken Meal Turkey By-Product Meal Bacon Fat Dicalcium Phosphate Brewers Dried Yeast Malted Barley Flour Vitamins (E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, … Continue reading Pantry Ninja: Guess the Product
So sweet and yummy! What do you do with all these berries? Make jam, of course! Once you taste your own fresh strawberry jam, you'll never buy store-bought jam again! And, if you've never canned anything in your life, this is a good place to start. It takes about a half hour or so and … Continue reading The Strawberries are Here!