Homesteading Blog Love #3

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Here we are, another Sunday, another Homesteading Blog Love link-up!


I’m sure you’ve been wondering what I’ve been digging into this week, haven’t you?  Well, you don’t have to wait any longer!


Let’s get to it!


I am a lover of all things fermented – But there are still lots that I haven’t tried.  One of those is water kefir – essentially a yummy drink full of tasty probiotics!   Ashley over at The Browning Homestead at Red Fox Farm told us all about water kefir this week – along with a great tutorial and recipe!  Now I have no excuse – I HAVE to try it!  Don’t you think fermenting and homesteading go hand-in-hand?


Bread.  One of my favorite pleasures.  There really is nothing better than the aroma of freshly-baked bread sitting on the counter.  And nothing tastier than that warm bread that’s been slathered with butter.   Mmmmmm…  Geez, I get distracted, don’t I?  😉  Green Eggs & Goats is another great homesteading blog that I read on a regular basis.  This past week, she posted a recipe for bread made in a dutch oven!  I can’t wait to try this one!


Mmmmmm, lemons……   Double Mmmmmmmmm, MEYER lemons!   Doesn’t that just scream spring? Ever Growing Farm just did a scrumptious round-up of lemon recipes in honor of the big box of them she just received from a fellow blogger – Lucky girl!  Head on over to her blog to get inspired as well!   (Under the advertisement)


My friend Cara, over at The Randazzo’s, is starting a series on emergency preparedness – Something we could all be a bit better at.  My favorite part about this post was the list she made of items to have on hand – I am SUCH a “list person”!  Also, she gave my Thrive Life business a shout-out!  Holla!


Beets, beets, and more beets!  Either you love ’em or hate ’em – and I LOVE THEM!  Five Little Homesteaders has broken down for us the great health benefits of beets – as if their great taste alone wasn’t awesome enough!


We plan on purchasing chicks again this year, as we did last year.  One thing I had never considered, however, was purchasing 4-week old chickens – omitting the need for a heat lamp.  Smart!  Blue Yurt Farms did just that – and shared it all with us (including adorbs pics!)


Well there you have it!  Another week of more amazing posts to read!

What did YOU read this week?  Share it in the comments!




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