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Weekly Menu 5/20

This week is a short week because I’m going out of town for work and my mother in-law is watching the kids at the end of the week.  Monday Spaghetti with homemade tomato sauce Tuesday Black Bean Burgers Wednesday  No-Noodle Zoodle Lasagna Thursday Creamy Dijon Quorn Stew served with Rice

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Tomato Sauce

When I made tomato sauce I like adding lots of veggies to it to make it more filling and to add more nutrition. What vegetables I add all depends on what I have ready to eat in the garden, but the base is always the same: tomato, garlic, onion and …

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Animal Tracks To Find With Kids

As the weather warms up, there’s nothing better than spending time outside enjoying nature! Getting your kids outside is a great way to help them learn, especially when it comes to learning about wildlife in their area! To help them grow their knowledge of animals, Personal Creations made this printable …

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Weekly Menu May 13th

                Monday Broccoli Quiche               Tuesday Shakshuka             Wednesday Herb Grilled Seitan and Bulgur Salad               Thursday Butternut Squash Enchiladas Friday Pizza!!         …

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Is It Possible to Live Plastic Free?

By Fredrica Syren: I’m just going to say it: plastic is addictive — or should I say, the convenience of plastic is. We’re all so busy, more busy than we ever have been, and one thing that helps save time is convenience. And plastic fits into that category. I admit …

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The Benefits of Creating Compost Tea

By Larraine Roulston: Nourishment for your plants is enhanced by applying mature compost in the form of compost tea, also known as liquid gold. Finished compost, also known as black gold, not only feeds the good microbes by increasing their numbers and diversity but also eliminates the use of chemical fertilizers. …

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Gardening with Kids

By Fredrica Syren: It’s not always easy to interest our children in the activities we enjoy. It’s the same with gardening, which is something beautiful and simple that could bring families closer while enjoying the outdoors.Our main goal with our homestead, besides growing our own food, is to work together …

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DIY Dog Treats

By Kim Robson: Recently we’ve written about DIY dog food and DIY cat food. Store-bought pet foods are sometimes the subject of frightening recalls, health problems, downright misleading marketing tactics, and a suspicious lack of supply-chain transparency. Making your own dog food is a bit of a commitment, but the advantages …

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