Passing on the skills of life.

Posted by Annie on Feb 24, 2016 in Education, Seasonal

I just love that people are finally appreciative of homemade items. ┬áThere was a time when it was considered old fashioned, and thrifty but certainly not preferred. I made some strawberry jam recently. It was a project well suited to my needs. It didn’t require a lot of my time but it was a slow […]

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Switching to a non-GMO diet

Posted by Annie on Sep 28, 2013 in Parenting, Seasonal

We’ve really been doing our homework… our GMO homework. Our household is in the process of switching over to a totally non-GMO diet. It’s a process and it’s not easy. I’ve been learning to make several kinds of breads, different styles of pizza, and learning to eat less meat.

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Canning with a Teenager

Posted by Annie on Jan 6, 2013 in Activity, Seasonal

My son is 17 now. Canning is not high on his list of things to do, but most of the time he gets into it. Once I get him pointed in the right direction he’s pretty good. He’s helped me peel potatoes, peel, core and slice apples and numerous other things.

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