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What does it really cost to make kombucha at home? Does DIY kombucha save you money? How much can I save by making my own kombucha? I did a detailed Cost Benefit analysis of how much it costs to make kombucha and I was shocked that I save 96% of the cost of buying kombucha when I make it myself. Read all the details... and find out how to make kombucha... right here. #makingkombucha
Our family's all time favorite fresh garden salsa recipe made with homegrown tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic and cilantro. It's so delicious!! We're all about preserving and canning so find out how we presere our homemade garden fresh salsa to eat throughout the year. Grow a salsa garden so you too can make delicious homegrown, homemade garden fresh salsa with our favorite recipe!
This 5 ingredient potato soup is the perfect meal for busy weeknights! It's easy to prepare and ready in under 30 minutes, and all you need are potatoes, chicken stock, bacon, leeks, and garlic. With just a few simple ingredients, you can whip up a hearty, comforting soup that the whole family is sure to love.
These are the best survival knives on the market for the money. There are many types of survival knives on the market, but not all of them will be right for you, of course. Whether you are looking for a big or small knife, these reviews will help you find a cool knife for your needs. #survivalknife #knivesforsurvival #findingthebestsurvivalknife #knivesforsurvival
This easy homemade pizza dough recipe is our family's favorite we've been making for years! It makes a large batch of pizza dough to split up and freeze extra for future meals. It makes a delicious pizza crust and can also be used for stromboli crust and we even use it for making homemade flat bread and foccacia. Such a versitle pizza dough recipe! You can make this pizza dough by hand, use a bread machine or a stand mixer with a dough hook.
This Easter, dye your eggs in a natural, creative, and colorful way with homemade natural dyes made from the food in your kitchen! From turmeric, blueberries, and red cabbage to onion skins and coffee grounds, you can achieve beautiful, vibrant colors for your Easter eggs without the use of synthetic, store-bought dyes. With a few simple and common ingredients, the possibilities are endless!