Dehydrating Cubed Potatoes For Preparedness Food Storage

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

I always have a couple of jars of dehydrated cubed potatoes in my pantry. From a preparedness standpoint I love to have dehydrated food available.

Jars of dehydrated food aren’t dependent upon electricity to keep them preserved like when storing food in a freezer. Dehydrating cubed potatoes for the pantry, an easy way to preserve the excess! A Mother Earth News post. #TexasHomesteader

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Using Nature For A Pretty All-Natural Tablescape

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I made a fall tablescape using natural materials typically found on the ground or in trees & bushes this time of year. The eco-warrior in me loves that this is all natural yet so beautiful.

No reason to buy something plastic or disposable to celebrate such a beautiful season. It was super easy to do, eco friendly, cost nothing and looks great. Come see what I did.

All-Natural Tablescape using nature's beauty found on nature hikes. #TexasHomesteader

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Homemade Hamburger Buns – Easier Than You Think!

By Texas Homesteader ~ 

I’ve all but quit buying commercially-produced hamburger buns wrapped in disposable plastic. I’d much rather bake them fresh in my own kitchen. It’s healthier, it’s lower waste, it’s cheaper and (thankfully) it’s easier than you think!

I typically use my standard Honey/Oat Sandwich Bread recipe. And I like to use my bread machine to do most of the work for me, it’s a tremendous shortcut y’all. But a bread machine’s not necessarily needed.

Homemade Hamburger buns are simple to make. And who doesn't love homemade bread??! #TexasHomesteader

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A Surprising Zucchini Substitute Option

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

Did you know that young, tender luffa is actually edible??!! Yep, it’s a delicious, tender, and surprisingly pest-free substitute for zucchini in the garden. 

That’s right, if you harvest your young luffa when they’re only about 5” long they’re very similar in taste and texture to a zucchini squash. No, really!

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