Ever wonder how some people always seem to have it together when personal disaster hits? In this article I’ll break down the 5 steps we take to be prepared for anything life throws at us. Join me on the TreadlingHome-stead as I share personal stories and tried and true tips passed down to me from my family, along with a few new ones I’ve learned on my own.
So, it turns out that growing food from scraps isn’t quite as easy as I thought it would be. Let me explain… As most of you know, I have been gardening literally my entire life […]
What are Back to the Land skills? Back to the Land skills are the skills required to become closer to the land, and by association, your source of food and self subsisting (growing and/or cultivating […]
What is a homestead? Let’s start at the beginning. According to Miriam-Webster A homestead is: homestead nounhome·stead | \ ˈhōm-ˌsted 1 a: the home and adjoining land occupied by a family b: an ancestral homec: HOUSE2: a tract of land acquired from U.S. […]
A step by step photo tutorial of how to start growing your own plants from your kitchen or table scraps right in your own home, any time of year.
Now that we had all of our MacGyver gear together for this potentially harmful project, we were ready to go. So we suited up and got to work.
Use 1 tablespoon of ground coffee per 2 cups of water. So I have a 12 cup drip pot and I use 6 tablespoons of grounds. This is true for all coffee types as well, basic and flavored. Also, I know it can be hard, but if you can let the coffee settle for 3-5 minutes after brewing, it is so much better.