Vintage kitchenware that are off-grid capable and built to the last are becoming all the rage. Homesteader, extraordinaire, Ruby Burks talks about her favorite utensils and heirloom books to keep an eye out for.
Trying to make fire from ice isn’t as easy as everyone makes it out to be. It’s not as simple as shaping a piece of ice into a lens and letting the sun shine through it.
Manly woodsmen, listen up. The women folk are more aware of the benefits and well ahead of us in using this stuff. Time to catch up!
Whether you choose to buy your fruit from a local grower or decide to start your own orchard, apples are a great fruit to add to your homesteading pantry and garden and have many uses beyond the sad little red thing in the lunchbox.
Infusing honey with fruit or herbs is a great way to add enhanced taste to honey, as well as additional health benefits. Here are ten delicious infused honey to start out with and some ways that you can add infused honey to your foods. Enjoy!
Cast iron pots and Dutch ovens may seem old-fashioned to some, but for those who are looking at making long-term living investments for sustainable living, this is the cookware of your dreams.
Many are trying to find healthier options to use instead of fattening condiments. This spicy peach chutney is a delicious alternative and will add some zip to your meals.
It’s capable of cooking at night or in inclement weather, and only needs about 2 hours of sunlight to heat up.
Understanding how underutilized this food source is can give you an upper-hand for a time when food may not be as readily available.