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Homemade Garlic Powder

As you may know, I grow quite a bit of garlic.

Most years I’m able to sell about half of it. For some reason I hardly sold any last year so needless to say I have lots of garlic left over from last year…yes, it’s still good! 392 more words

Homestead

Basil and More Basil!

Wow! We only planted four little transplants of basil the end of June. Look what I harvested this morning! There was enough for six batches of pesto and some for the chickens to feast on! 195 more words

Current Reflections

Preserving Culinary Herbs

A summer herb garden is a wonderful way to ensure you have access to fresh herbs throughout the season. However, towards the end of the summer, we realize that we either have more fresh herbs than we can use before it bolts, or we want to be able to continue to use our homegrown herbs all year. 401 more words

Dehydrating

Rice and Beans

Rice and Beans

Serves 2, 7.2 oz

Basic dehydrating for rice and vegetables.

¾ cup rice

Chicken flavored.

¾ cup black beans

¼ cup mexican bean bark… 14 more words

Backpacking

Menu for fall 6-day hike of the entire Coastal Trail at Lake Superior Provincial Park

Variety is the spice of life, right? When I’m camping in the backcountry, I don’t want to eat the same food every day, and I most definitely don’t want to eat bar after bar after bar! 507 more words

Backcountry Camping

How To Make Healthy Trail Mix For On The Go Snacks | Guest Post By: Jessamyn

Trail mix is a snack that is difficult to get right. It can either boost your energy excellently or make you feel unhealthy and ill. Nonetheless, trail mix can be a fantastic snack when you make it appropriately with nutritious ingredients. 922 more words

Recipes

Citrus chips ahoy!

I may have finally harvested the last of the Tahitian lime tsunami and the inaugural Rangpur limes but the rest of the citrus is just getting underway.  323 more words

Food