Nowadays, homesteading is a cool new trend for city folks to "get back to nature." I want to encourage those of you interested in homesteading to give it a go! I spent my whole life on a homestead, before it was something trendy. Here are the things I learned from growing up on a homestead farm…
This is Offbeat Home's archive of wild food posts.
I easily gathered eight cicadas while going about my morning chores on Thursday, and I popped them all into the freezer so they would perish quickly and then be ready for a lunch taste test. A couple hours later I cooked 'em up and I served them to myself. I ate giant bugs…and you won't believe what luxury food they taste like!
Start your week with our collection of interesting articles on the web and photos from our readers. This week: a couple images of wild and foraged food and a link to detailed photos from inside a house based on Up! In these Clicky Links you'll find lots of sites to waste a little time on.
Click through, too, to find our links on submitting YOUR stuff to Offbeat Home!
Mooseloaf with a side of buttery Greek yogurt mashed potatoes and a fresh salad sounds like a dinner you can brag about tomorrow. Maybe bring leftovers to work. Casually mention it at lunchtime. We have the recipe to get you started.
My husband and I gave up buying food from chains. Now we grow much of our food and buy the rest locally — and it wasn't that hard.
I like to eat elk and deer over pork and steer, but I'm running into trouble. Some of my friends think it's barbaric, and it's really hard to find. Help me, Homies!
Spring is springing, plants have sprouted, and I bet $10 you can find enough edible greens for a tasty salad within a mile of your front door. You may even be able to bring home enough for dinner tonight.
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