For a pop of color in your pantry (and to differentiate between all of your canning projects!), try these mason jar lids.. These are to be used with Mortier Pilon 0.5-liter mason-style jars.
With content from four titles and starting more than 25 years ago, this diverse collection pays homage to a history of wellness. It includes content from several Ogden Publications brands, including Mother Earth Living, The Herb Companion, Herbs for Health and Natural Home – four titles that have spent more than two decades helping readers achieve natural health, learn to garden and eat healing foods, make their homes more sustainable and efficient, and much more.
As publishers, it’s our privilege to bring you content designed to help you improve your life. By bringing together a diverse collection of wellness material, we get the chance to not only share our vast archives with you, but also to appreciate the work our treasured readers have enable us to do for many years.
Today, as we forge ahead into a new and uncharted media landscape, we continue to invest in ways to deliver the most relevant and valuable content in the most efficient and innovative formats. This digital archive (updated with 2017 content) contains more than 12,500 articles formatted for viewing on computers. From articles on using specific herbs for health care and creating healthful and delicious recipes to increasing the insulation in your home and building with alternative materials – you’ll find it all here!
In addition to the ability to search the entire archive or browse by each month and year, the interface contains enhanced search features.
We hope this archive provides you with endless hours of inspiring and practical advice as we continue our journey of natural wellness together.
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In a cookbook whose results seem like magic but whose recipes and instructions are specific, easy-to-follow and foolproof, Claudia Lucero shows step by step (with every step photographed) how to make 16 fresh cheeses at home, using easily available ingredients and tools, in an hour or less. The approach is basic and based on thousands of years of cheesemaking wisdom: Heat milk, add coagulant, drain, salt and press. Simple variations produce delicious results across three categories: Creamy and Spreadable, Firm and Chewy, and Melty and Gooey. And just as delicious, the author shows the best ways to serve them, recipes included: Squeaky “Pasta” Primavera, Mozzarella Kebab Party, and Curry in a Hurry Lettuce Wraps.
Your Mozzarella & Ricotta DIY Cheese Kit includes these carefully selected and tested supplies:
The ingredients allow you to make at least eight batches of cheese. You can reuse the recipes, thermometer and cloth, and find refills of rennet tablets, salt and citric acid in the Urban Cheesecraft shop online when you run out.
Simply add a gallon of cows' milk and in one hour, you will be eating and sharing homemade, all-natural mozzarella or ricotta!
*Book and cheese kit will ship separately.
Your DIY Kit includes these carefully selected and tested supplies: -Instruction/recipe handbook and unlimited email support -Fine mesh, 100 percent cotton cheesecloth (also known as butter muslin) -Glass dairy thermometer (alcohol, not mercury) -Vegetarian rennet tablets -Yogurt starter cultures -Pure, non-iodized, non-GMO flake salt The ingredients allow you to make at least eight batches of feta and about 24 batches of yogurt treats.
Based on more than 40 years of experience developing stone grain and flour mills, the Mockmill 100 provides the ideal solution for anyone wanting to make delicious foods from freshly milled flour.
In a cookbook whose results seem like magic but whose recipes and instructions are specific, easy-to-follow and foolproof, Claudia Lucero shows step by step (with every step photographed) how to make 16 fresh cheeses at home, using easily available ingredients and tools, in an hour or less.
Meals in a Jar provides the step-by-step, detailed instructions needed to create all-natural breakfast, lunch and dinner options that you can keep on a shelf and enjoy at any time.
The powerful little stone mill that has captured the imagination of bread-lovers and indeed the whole baking community, including the top pros, all around the world! With the Mockmill docked easily and neatly onto your stand mixer, you can now quickly and affordably produce silky to textured flour from any of a whole range of grains and legumes, and even mill your dry spices.
You get the pleasures and benefits of nature's good grains, milled when you need them! Become part of the “just in time” movement to buy, mill, and use only what you need, when you need it.
A wonderful all-purpose mill for individuals or families, the Model No. 99 grain mill is fully adjustable to allow for various types of grinds. It can be cranked by hand, motorized, or used with a geared bicycle. Handmade in the United States, the mill is an heirloom guarantee. It weighs 25 pounds and stands 13 ¼ inches tall and 9 ¾ inches wide.
Food is expensive and can go bad fast. Save money and keep your food fresh by using the Advantage Vacuum Sealer to seal and freeze your summer vegetables, meat from the hunting season, or the extra food you stockpiled while it was on sale. This vacuum sealer features 23-inch-HG vacuum strength, a 210-watt motor, and carries an ETL certification, this sealer is great for home or professional use.
Ever store a big batch of jerky in a vacuum sealer bag only to open it, take out a few pieces, and have to get out the vacuum sealer again? Zipper Seal allows you to vacuum seal, open, use, zip back up, and store for maximum freshness, flavor, and safety! Now you can store your items long term, open them, and continue to store what you don't use for the short term.