From Scratch! Life on the Homestead

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Back to the Basics

The phrase ‘Made from Scratch’ conjures images of apple pies, hand knitted sweaters, and jars of garden produce lined up on pantry shelves. In our world of fast food and immediate gratification, very few people know what a pie made from scratch tastes like. A sweater knitted by Grandma is a rare gift these days.

What if I told you that there is a movement toward doing things yourself, from basic materials and ingredients made or grown at home? If you’ve heard of homesteading, or have dived headfirst into this lifestyle, then this is no surprise at all! For many it is a new concept and some will shake their heads, while others beg to learn more.

Sharing the Homestead Love!

There is a wonderful new online magazine available that delves into these topics with gusto! If you haven’t heard about it yet, allow me to introduce you to…

From Scratch

(life on the homestead)

 

I hope you will stop by and read some of the amazing articles shared in this amazing issue!

There is a great interview with Cody Lundin from Dual Survival, and awesome articles about cheese making, vintage pyrex, tractors, and so much more! My favorite article in this issue was written by my blogging buddy and co-host of The HomeAcre Hop…Jennifer Cazzola from Black Fox Homestead! I hope you’ll stop by and take a few moments to read her awesome article starting on page 48 of this new resource!

 

Have you read From Scratch (life on the homestead) yet?

 

 


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5 comments on “From Scratch! Life on the Homestead

  1. Joyce

    We are on one acre of land, but keep talking about chickens for eggs, and meat. We also have a garden, and want to replace all the useless vegetation, bushes, with things that will provide us with something we can use. I wanted to start making my own cheese, but truth be told, it scares me.

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    1. Lisa Lynn Post author

      Hi Joyce,
      You’ve already taken the first step by planting a garden! Try adding one or two new projects or plants a year…it won’t seem so overwhelming if you start small and build on your experience. 🙂 Best wishes!

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