Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools

Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

 

 

When people talk to me about our homestead, they want to hear about the animals, what we have growing in the soil – they want to hear about our land.

 

Our homestead, however, is so much more than just those things.  At the heart of our homestead?  Our kitchen.

 

This is where I bring my fresh milk in every morning, to strain and chill.  Where I bake the bread that nourishes my family.  The place where my kombucha and kefir ferment away the day.  This is the place where we hang out, talk about our day, and prepare for the day ahead of us.

 

Such an important place requires the use of important tools – I introduce to you….  My top seven homesteading kitchen tools (in no particular order)!

 

1.  Stovetop Coffee Pot

Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

 

2.  Cast Iron Pan

Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

 

3.  Mason Jars

Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

 

4.  A Good Knife

 Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

 

5.  Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven

 Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

 

6. Kitchenaid Mixer

 Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

 

7.  Bamboo Spoons

Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

There you have it!  Our Top SEVEN Homesteading Kitchen Tools!  What tools are a MUST in yours?

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7 thoughts on “Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools

  1. I would have to add our Vitamix to the list. I use it just about everyday. Great to use up left over fruits and veggies for smoothies or soup.

  2. I would probably add a meat grinder which would be used for ground meats and sausage making. I also like having an immersion blender because it really comes in handy when making soap.

  3. Saw you on The Homesteaders Hop! I have to say that we cannot live without our mason jars and cast iron. We don’t go a day without either!

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