Perhaps when you hear the word “homestead”, you envision a quaint little farmhouse surrounded by tall oaks and a meandering creek; complete with a grazing Jersey milk cow in the back pasture…. There is nothing wrong with that, and I definitely think that a farm like that graces all of our dream scenarios. But….. What if you are one of the millions of “other” folks?
It’s either feast or famine when it comes to eggs on our homestead. Learn how to preserve your excess eggs for later, using this simple, chemical-free technique.
Remember the nursery rhyme about little Miss Muffet eating her curds and whey? Well, back before I began my real food journey, I didn’t even know what whey was… Never would I have thought that I would ever become so familiar with it!
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