Tagged with make it yourself

8 Homemade Natural Gifts For The Holidays

8 Homemade Natural Gifts For The Holidays

I don’t know about you, but I love making my own products…especially when I know it’s free of chemicals and is in some cases cheaper (see homemade toothpaste, broth, milk, nut butters, etc).  And as much as I like to make it myself, it wasn’t until my crunchy mama friend, Melanie, suggested we get together and make some homemade gifts … Continue reading

Homemade Chemical-Free Bug Spray

Homemade Chemical-Free Bug Spray

It’s that time of year (already!) for the return of those pesky mosquitoes.  I’m a born and raised Texas gal and after 30+ years I still can’t stand the little pests.  Just when you’re ready to spend all day outside watching the kids play/basking in the sun/eating BBQ, that’s when they make their vicious attack.  Those things drive … Continue reading

Paleo S’mores

Paleo S’mores

Anyone remember this movie? Ham Porter: Hey, Smalls, you wanna s’more? Smalls: Some more of what? Ham Porter: No, do you wanna s’more? Smalls: I haven’t had anything yet, so how can I have some more of nothing? Ham Porter: You’re killing me Smalls! These are s’more’s stuff! Ok, pay attention. First you take the … Continue reading

Make Your Own Broth (Beef, Chicken, & Vegetable)

Make Your Own Broth (Beef, Chicken, & Vegetable)

I’ve been on this kick lately, especially since reading Primal Moms Look Good Naked, with making my own broth.  I would occasionally buy beef bones or hold on to the chicken carcass when I could remember, but now I have no excuse.  If you saw in an earlier post, we have half of a grass-fed cow in our freezer that we split with … Continue reading

Fermented Cod Liver Oil Gummies

Fermented Cod Liver Oil Gummies

Have you ever heard of Fermented Cod Liver Oil (FCLO) and why it’s good for you?  If not, check out a few posts here and here to see what they say about it.  It’s basically known as a superfood and a good source of Vitamin A and D.  FCLO is talked about a lot in … Continue reading