I dug into my prepper pantry the other day and found a couple of old bags of beans that were long past their use-by date. Seeing the beans reminded me of when my son was little and needed something crafty to do to keep him occupied, so I decided to do something a little useful with the beans. Candle … [Read more...] about Expired Beans and Peas: Candle Holder Craft
Now that October is fully upon us, fall decorating is in full swing. I typically love decorating my house with all kinds of pumpkins, gourds, leaves, and fall flowers. In fact, my husband and I usually take our daughter to buy a pumpkin or two the first cool weekend of every fall. I got a head … [Read more...] about Decorative Squashes: Are They Edible?
If you're in a hurry and looking for natural pest control products that have worked for us, check out our power rankings chart below. Rank Product Rating Price 1 MILLIARD Borax Powder - Pure Multi-Purpose Cleaner 5 lb. Bag See Prices 2 99% PURE BORIC ACID AKA Orthoboric … [Read more...] about Borax vs. Boric Acid for Pest Control: Safe and Effective?
Have you ever wanted to buy soybeans at the bulk bins in Health Food stores, but you’re not sure what you’d do with them? After all, they’re pretty cheap ($1.50 per pound in their dried state at the Clark’s Nutrition store near me) but would they taste good in anything? And how do you rehydrate them … [Read more...] about Rehydrating and Using Dried Soybeans in Meals
Have you ever wanted fresh, warm biscuits first thing in the morning without the hassle of gathering ingredients, mixing, and (ugh) kneading? Also, now that summer has hit its peak, who wants to heat the whole house up for at least 15 minutes when you can just wait overnight for your delicious … [Read more...] about Slow Cooker Biscuits: Quick Breads Just Got Easier