First time canner!!

1470850773988My first timing canning was a success!!  My other half brought home two buckets of pears picked from a customers tree that they did not want!  I am the so lucky!!  I have been wanting to can anything for a long time.  I have had the jars and the know how but i guess the time just want right!  As soon as i got done canning i wanted to open them up right away to taste how they came out. But i will wait a while.  I cant wait until i get some more pears to can.  I feel so accomplished. Like a little squirrel hiding food for the winter for its family!.  It is a must try!  Thank you to the family who didn’t  want the pears!  And thank you for reading my little blog! Love and light. SOILBELL:))


Making laundry soap to reduce waste — Valley’s End Farm – Terra Permaculture

We have been very lucky here to host Isa from Brazil who taught us and our PDC students how to make basic laundry-type soap from used cooking oil. Used oil (cooking oil) is not easily disposable. You can compost it with lots of wood chips. I suppose you can give it to your chooks in […]

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Roasted Spicy Vinaigrette — Foodfhonebook!!!!

Originally posted on Valley Vegetarian: This Indian-inspired recipe is great as a dressing for grain-based salads or as a marinade. It is both vegan and gluten-free. Ingredients: 1 teaspoon coriander seeds 1 teaspoon cumin seeds 1 teaspoon fennel seeds ¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard Salt and…

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