Your First Time Using a Dutch Oven? Start Here!

Here is a Chart showing the general vicinity of temperatures to expect from your briquettes. If you are saving your money to only get 1 Dutch Oven, I recommend a 12 Inch Size so you can bake a good sized round loaf of Sourdough Bread or a pie or a small pizza or such. Any […]

Delicious No-Knead Multi-Grain Bread

  3/4 cup dark brown sugar 1 tablespoon of your best salt 1 3/4 cups old-fashioned oats (Not Quick Oats) 3 cups boiling water 2 tablespoons of butter 2 1/2 teaspoons Active Dry Yeast ( or 1 pkg ) 1/4 cup lukewarm water 3 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups whole wheat flour (I suggest Einkorn […]

How to Eradicate World Hunger . . . and Make Grandma’s Applesauce.

I promise to send out seeds the day they put me in charge! Until then, why not make Grandma’s wonderful, one-ingredient* applesauce? Nutritious, natural, sweet, delicious. . . what’s not to love? *One ingredient IF you have sweet granny smith apples like you see here. If you have foraged for crab apples or wild apples […]

How to Prepare for an EMP

There is certainly a great deal more information we could cover regarding electromagnetic pulses and the use of a Faraday cage to protect your electronics, but this is just for those who have not been aware of the threat….or the solutions available. If you would like to learn more, check out the Wikipedia links below […]

How To Make Simple (Scrumptious) Homemade Yogurt

What You will Need: Ingredients Milk — whole or 2% are best, but skim can also be used (As much as you want) Yogurt — Plain, Whole Milk yogurt with live, active cultures (about 2 Tbsp per Qt of Milk) All you need to make homemade yogurt is fresh Whole or 2% milk (preferably not ultra-pasteurized). […]