DIY Canning Jar Cakes!

She Fills Old Jars With Fruit And Oil. Minutes Later? I’m Never Baking Again!

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 Ever baked in a canning jar? Me neither but I am going to start!  Check out how CHOW takes baking to a whole new level!  FYI personally I would swap out the wheat flour with coconut flour or chia flour to avoid eggs, the sugar for honey, use grassfed butter or coconut oil and top it off with homemade coconut whip cream!  You can make any recipe healthy!

CHOW says, “Start with two-and-one-half cups of fresh seasonal fruit. Put those into four half-pint canning jars. Combine one half-cup of flour, one half-cup of sugar and one half-teaspoon salt. Whisk it together with a fork and pour it on the fruit, and then top with butter. Once your jars are filled, move them to a square baking dish. Fill the inside of the baking dish with some dried beans to keep the jars from sliding around. Bake it at 350 for one hour. After baking, let the jars cool completely. I like to put a little whipped cream on top and, if you like, you can keep them in the fridge for up to a week. They make a great gift, and they are awesome for a picnic.”

Yum! Easy, cheap and delicious. I can’t wait to try.

See article here>>>http://complete-health-and-happiness.com/fills-old-jars-fruit-oil-minutes-later-im-never-baking/?t=mam

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8 Delicious Homemade Country Wine Recipes~

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Making your own wine at home is rewarding, extremely fun and can be cheaper than buying a bottle at your local store.

If you like experimenting with flavors and inventing new exciting combinations then wine making should be your next project for sure.

There are tons of great recipes out there, we have collected this modest list of 8, which include our very favorite homemade fruity wines, so please enjoy!

Read Full>www.Naturallivingideas.com/8-delicious-homemade-country-wine-recipes/

How To Plant Three Sisters Native American Garden!

How To Plant Three Sisters Garden – Sustainable Agriculture With Companion Planting – See more at: http://www.thesurvivalistblog.net/plant-sisters-garden-sustainable-agriculture-companion-planting/#sthash.TKQsrYWq.dpuf

Video part 2>>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_uAYYg3KhM

26 steps to self sufficiency!

26 steps to self sufficiency!

By Author KVR
26 steps to self sufficiency!
1. Plant a garden : This is the basic building block for anyone looking to walk a simpler path in life in the modern world. Especially with rising fuel costs and resulting food costs increases it is imperative to minimize the impact on a families financial situation. More and more of the average families monthly income is slowly being eroded by the cost of just putting food on the table. I understand a lot of people do not have a lot of land to totally grow their own food but there are many options available to grow in small footprint and help at least offset the cost of groceries. Besides it also helps develop ones skills for any future plans.
Read the other 25 steps>>>http://thehomesteadingboards.com/2012/05/26-steps-to-self-sufficiency/

Moringa Drumstick (seed pods) in the making.

Moringa Drumstick (seed pods) in the making...

Moringa Drumstick (seed pod) in the making.
Close up on Moringa Oleifera seed pods growing,
it’s rare to see the drumsticks starting the grow from the flowers.
I love to photograph nature actions.

Moringa Drumstick in the making
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Asian Pears in the making!

Asian Pears in the making!

Asian pears in the making!
After the bees pollinate the flowers the fruit begin to grow.
I love photography and capturing nature…