Homesteading

One of my favorite syrups to make starting early Summer when the roses start their show. Like all of the other syrups, this is a super simple recipe and well worth the time. Ingredients 8-10 roses, petals pulled from the...
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For this recipe we used the ornamental rose variety due to their large petals and bold color. While these are still edible, they are not as potent (due to the limited volatile oils they contain) as the wild mountain rose....
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Nettle Beer is another wonderful way to add local herbalism in to your diet (and fermentation!) There are plenty of recipes out there to forage and find. We are providing you with a simple basic practice, but encourage you to...
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I love Douglas Fir and currently in the middle of Spring it’s fresh tips are starting to show their color. The tips are easy to identify due to the dramatic color difference. Check out the pictures to see if you...
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This is my first time pickling magnolia petals, but since we have a gorgeous bloomer right down the street I decided to knock on our neighbors door and ask to try out my #culinaryherbalism I got the recipe from one...
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