Standing in the middle of the grocery store isle, I am at a loss as to what to purchase as far as kid’s drinks go. On one side of the spectrum, you have the MANY kid’s beverages with icky ingredients while on the other side of the spectrum you have the really great organic stuff […]
Marshmallows are by far one of my favorite childhood sweets. My mother has a weakness for hot cocoa and would buy every kind she walked by when we went to the grocery store. We ALWAYS had hot cocoa and marshmallows throughout every winter of my childhood. My mom had a certain love for marshmallows in her […]
Have you heard of fire cider? Until I began delving more into herbalism, I had not! When I first read about fire cider, it was while reading through Rosemary Gladstar’s book, Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health. I was fascinated, to say the least, but I was absolutely terrified of making it at first. It sounded like […]
This last week my son, Silas, came down with a stomach virus. When I got a stomach virus as a kid, I always remember my mom breaking out the boxes of Jell-O with fruit, some Campbell’s chicken noodle soup, and ginger ale. Those staples always helped me to feel better and I wanted to pass […]
In last week’s post, Homebrewing Kombucha Part 1, we learned all about the health benefits of drinking kombucha and how to homebrew it for ourselves using the GetKombucha.com Silver Continuous Brewing System. This week, we are going to learn about bottling and flavoring our kombucha! It’s not terribly difficult to turn your bottles of fizzy […]
I first heard about the benefits of kombucha after I saw a bottle at Whole Foods. Even though it was practically $5 for one bottle, I was really curious what all this hype was, and I really wanted to know what it tasted like.
Hippy New Year! With another year behind us and a whole year of guest posting under my belt, I am really starting to feel like this place here is my second home! Thanks so much for reading all of my guest posts over here throughout 2013! I figured that my first post of the new […]
‘Tis the season to start making those homemade holiday gifts! Last year my series of posts on making your own holiday gifts went over really well,
I grew up not eating squash or zucchini. I was given the idea that I didn’t like squash and therefore always picked it out if it were any in a dish that I ordered at a restaurant. Recently, I decided it was time to change the way that I think about squash by finding the […]
Who doesn’t like pankcakes? It’s actually one of the easiest things to make non-dairy/vegan and not have any complainers around. I admit, some vegan dishes can be really crazy experiences for the non-vegan pallete, but not my vegan pancakes.