Easy Vegan Cream Cheese

Supplies 1 3/4 C raw cashews Filtered water 1 Tbs raw sauerkraut juice or rejuvelac Salt to taste Olive oil (about 1/4 cup Cheese cloth Pint size wide mouth mason jar High powered blender Method Soak cashews in filtered water overnight Rinse cashews well and place in blender with live sauerkraut juice and begin chopping.... Continue Reading →

Fermentation Discussion

fer·men·ta·tion noun  The chemical breakdown of a substance by bacteria, yeasts, or other microorganisms, typically involving effervescence and the giving off of heat. The process of fermentation involved in the making of beer, wine, and liquor, in which sugars are converted to ethyl alcohol. Note: Fermentation Discussion is an open forum subsection of the Make... Continue Reading →

How to Make Rejuvelac

Supplies 1/2 C *Winter White Wheat 4 C Purified non-chlorinated water Large jar with ventilated (sprouting) lid or cheesecloth to cover 14 C non-chlorinated water Gallon jar (non-metallic) Method Soak *wheat berries overnight Rinse twice a day for 2-3 days, or until the berries just begin to sprout (watch for a tiny little tail) Rinse... Continue Reading →

How to Make Kombucha

Supplies SCOBY Mother tea 8 Pure black or green tea bags 14 C non-chlorinated water 1 C sugar Gallon jar (non-metallic) Measuring cup Wooden spoon Cheese cloth, coffee filter, or any breathable fabric String or rubber band Method Bring water to a hard boil. Remove from heat, and add tea bags.  Allow to steep for 3 minutes... Continue Reading →

Day #2

The Early Days "A Homestead in the Country" Life takes it's own turns, and while we have our own ideas of how our perfect future will play out #karma has a way of reminding us what is best. I assume it is the creative in me, which kept me from ever possessing any desire to... Continue Reading →

Day #1

An Introduction... "Too much, or not enough time spent connecting with the two people I most admire" My grandpa Fay and gramma Vernice were a bit more than old fogies. They were the original "nonconformists."  It is the values they instilled in me that have made me the person I am today.   Whether I am... Continue Reading →

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