Homestead Kitchen Remodel: Phase 1

You know those times when all you want is just one, small, conciliatory spruce-up and you end up opening a big, fat, putrid can of worms?  Yeah... That's my kitchen right now... Maybe it was the fact that homelessness was looming over us when we bought the place or the fact that I was 7 … Continue reading Homestead Kitchen Remodel: Phase 1

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Sourdough Starter

I've had a theory for a while that was recently confirmed by an article I was reading about the connection between sourdough bread and Celiac disease. According to the article, the fermentation of the sourdough starter helps to break down gluten in wheat. Interesting. I've also learned that sprouting grains prior to drying and grinding … Continue reading Sourdough Starter

A Day on the Homestead

We get a lot done around here before noon, and you never quite know what a day will bring. This morning, I woke before the rest of the household and had my quiet time with the Lord. Then I made a breakfast of scrambled eggs and garden tomatoes (blueberries for my son who detests tomatoes) … Continue reading A Day on the Homestead

Homemade Glue Recipe

I have searched the internets far and wide for a glue recipe without milk or flour. 1) I want it not to smell like sour milk and last longer than a day. 2) we're allergic to gluten and corn here so flour and corn starch/syrup are right out. I finally found a recipe along with … Continue reading Homemade Glue Recipe