Good day! Glad you stopped by! Today I'm going to tell you how kids are good for your health. Once we discovered that Goober Gus is sensitive to artificial colors, we also decided to remove all chemicals from the food we buy. It's better for all of us, even if we don't show the symptoms of sensitivity. That means no store bough mint chocolate chip ice cream for me. At least when he's home. Which he isn't tonight. So guess what I did? Yep-bought mint chocolate chip ice cream and had it for dinner! He'll be gone until late Wednesday night too. I probably won't have it for dinner again, but maybe for lunch? :-) I have a jalapeno bacon, smoked Gouda cheese stuffed chicken breast waiting for me. Can't wait! Thanks for stopping by~
I'm a follower of Jesus, seeking to live an authentic life. I'm a wife, step mom, foster (now adoptive!) mom, daughter, farmer, friend, volunteer. I want to continue to grow into the woman that God created me to be, trusting that at this moment I am right where He wants me. I also know that He won't leave me in the state I'm in, that I will continually be molded and shaped to be more like His Son.
1. Hard Cheese: We didn’t try this during the summer when milk was plentiful because we had no way to maintain the low temps required for aging. Tony made a press for me for Christmas, but now that temps are cool, we aren’t getting enough milk!
1. Grow feed for our flock and herd: We may be moving to a place with 10 acres. I’d like to learn about rotational grazing so that we can be growing one pasture while they're grazing another. I want to start a worm farm to feed poultry during winter.
2. Properly prepare grains: Taking classes at GNOWFGLINS for this and many other food and kitchen strategies!
3. Raise rabbits: For meat and to clean up hay goats leave behind (if we still have to buy hay).
4. Make soap: This will be a combined effort with Tony!