Monthly Archives: October 2013

2013 Lake Tahoe Adventure

We were grateful to go to Lake Tahoe this year.  In a time of year where there would be a few fun patches of snow and the sun will be warm enough to swim.  We were invited by some good … Continue reading

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Cowboy Quiche & Cowgirl Casserole Recipes

We all like both the cowboy quiche and the cowgirl casserole.  Although, you don’t have to use a curst for the quiche unless you want to.  I usually don’t have the time to make one.   We like the cowboy … Continue reading

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Homemade Natural Hair Gel

This was fun making because it is so easy and works well for us.  We saw this recipe at the Healthy Home Economist blog.  We gave it a try and liked it.  Especially Noah, he likes to play with gooey … Continue reading

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Homemade Multi-Vitamin and Multi-Mineral, Calcium, And Double Immune Tincture Formulas

There are different ways to make your own tincture.  They are very similar and very simple.  That’s is why I have been making my own for my whole family’s supplement needs.  They only supplement I am purchasing at the moment … Continue reading

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Chili Pepper Will Keep Your Stored Grains Free From Unwanted Bugs

Simply drop a dried chili pepper into your storage container and the smell of the pepper will repel bugs and “fumigate” forming ones.  Another step we do prior to storing our grains and beans is to put the whole sack … Continue reading

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