Aug 21

From the Farm Blog Hop… August 21

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From the Farm Blog Hop // Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

For reasons which are probably pretty obvious, I really love wildflowers. This picture is one that I took last August in the field by my parents’ house. To see more from that day, click here.

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Aug 14

From the Farm Blog Hop… August 14

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The Boy has discovered Dr. Who… and, accordingly, has built his very own TARDIS. Don’t worry; it’s bigger on the inside. (Okay, look, I never said we weren’t nerds around here! ;) )

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Aug 07

From the Farm Blog Hop… August 7

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Can you believe that it is August already? And will you just look at that beautiful sky? Gorgeous! I really enjoy this time of year; summer is still going strong, yet the Preserving Season has begun! What is your favorite thing to preserve?

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Aug 06

Cheese Recipes and Other Made from Milk Recipes

 It's easy to make delicious homemade cheeses! Check out these cheese recipes, plus a few more made from milk recipes // Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

My Facebook Followers will know that on Monday I got an impromptu cheese-making lesson when I stopped in to visit a friend and found her a few minutes into making 30 Minute Mozzarella. In less than a half-hour we were eating seriously delicious, fresh, homemade mozzarella cheese.

Now, I have been wanting to make cheese for a while now… but I had sort of been under the impression that it was difficult or complicated or required a huge amount of counter space… or something. Not true!

And it was easy! No chemistry or culinary degree required. I promise!

For some of these recipes you can march straight into your kitchen right now and make them! How cool is that?

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Mozzarella

Make Mozzarella in 30 Minutes from Yogurt Hydro

How to Make Fresh Mozzarella from FrugalChicken — Also be sure to check out her FREE 27-page Cheesemaking for Beginners e-book!

How to Make Cultured Mozzarella from The Flip Flop Barnyard — Video link!

Ricotta 

Quick and Easy Homemade Cheese — Farmer’s Style from Musings of a Modern Hippie — This one is a lot like ricotta, but is quicker and easier and you don’t even need rennet!

Homemade Ricotta from Better Hens and Gardens

How to Make Ricotta Cheese from Joybilee Farms

Feta

How to Make Feta at Home (from Store-Bought Milk) from Lady Lee’s Home

How to Make Feta Cheese from the Homestead Lady

Chevre

How to Make Chevre from Frugal Chicken

Simple Homemade Chevre from The 104 Homestead

Cream Cheese

French-Style Cream Cheese from Better Hens and Gardens

Homemade Cream Cheese from Chickadee Homestead

More Homemade Cheese Recipes

Easy Homemade Goat (or Cow) Milk Cheese from Better Hens and Gardens

How to Make Quark Cheese from the Northern Homestead

Homemade Raw Cheddar Cheese from The Traditional Cooking School by GNOWFGLINS

Pressed Milk Kefir Cheese from Yogurt Hydro

It's easy to make delicious homemade cheeses! Check out these cheese recipes, plus a few more made from milk recipes // Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

Made From Milk

4 Ways to Make Homemade Butter from Montana Homesteader

How to Make Cultured Buttermilk from The Prairie Homestead

Kefir for Beginners from Eight Acres

How to Make Homemade Sour Cream (Cream Fraiche) from Northern Homestead

Easy-Peasy Yogurt (in the Crock Pot) from Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

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Jul 31

From the Farm Blog Hop… July 31

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From the Farm Blog Hop/Once Upon a Time in a Bed of WildflowersHow can today possibly be the last day of July!?!?!?!? I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer!!!

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Jul 24

From the Farm Blog Hop… July 24

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I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer! As you can see, we’re spending a lot of ours at the beach! :)

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Jul 17

From the Farm Blog Hop… July 17

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 Here is Luna spending some quality time outside after the Cherry Incident, wherein she ate the last couple of handfuls of cherries out of the basket I stupidly left down at her level. I would have just assumed the kids ate them… except that there were cherry pits all over the kitchen floor–and some in the living room–and I know my kids would not spit cherry pits on the floor. Next to the garbage can, maybe; in the sink, definitely, but not on the floor!

So, yeah, not only do I have a cherry-stealing dog, I have one that is smart enough to spit out the pits. Go figure.

Still, I didn’t think all those cherries would be fantastic for her digestive system, so I sent her out to bask in the sunshine until things worked themselves out. Luna is a great fan of basking. But it turns out that her digestive system is more than capable of handling a bunch of cherries. Disaster averted!

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Jul 10

From the Farm Blog Hop… July 10

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Is it just me, or does it seem like this summer is just flying by? We finally got a chance to go to the beach this week. The water is still freezing, but the kids didn’t let that stop them!!!

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Jul 03

From the Farm Blog Hop… July 3

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From the Farm Blog Hop // Once Upon a Time in the Bed of Wildflowers

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Jul 01

Eat Your Weeds!

Eat Your Weeds! A guide to finding and using weeds, flowers, and other wild edibles. A My Week on Wednesday post from Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

The plants we think of as food usually come from grocery store shelves, or better yet, from tables at farmers’ markets. Or even better, from our neatly planted gardens. My point being, that the plants we intend to eat are usually lined up in a row, neat and ordered.

But what if I told you that many of those irritating weeds popping up, uninvited, in your garden are actually food? And that that there are actually many, many more edibles hiding in the fields, and woods, or even in your garden but disguised as flowers? This is totally true and I am going to tell you about some of them.

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Before We Begin… Some Safety Information

    • Be absolutely sure that the plant you are about to eat is, in fact, edible. If you have any doubt whatsoever, do not eat the plant! And remember that some edibles look quite a lot like plants that are poisonous… so be sure you do your research. Invest in a good book —  this one comes highly recommended. An even better idea is to find someone who really knows about the plants in your specific area and to study with them.
    • Forage carefully. Be absolutely certain that the weeds you intend to eat have not been sprayed with any chemical poisons. You should also avoid plants along roadways because they tend to be covered in dust and exhaust fumes.
    • Forage responsibly. Make sure that foraging is allowed in the area you are in. Some parks are fine with it, some are not. And never forage on private property without the express permission of the owner! Also, do not take more than you need — remember many of these wild edibles are food for animals, as well–and never take all the plants from an area.

What is a Weed? // Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

Eat your weeds

Lawn Weeds you can Eat: Edibles Among the Grass from Mom Prepares

Food at Your Feet: Make a Wild Edibles Salad from Live The Old Way

Broadleaf Plantain: Food and Medicine Beneath Your Feet from Mom Prepares

Purslane: Is it a Weed or Source of Food? from Grow a Good Life

Chickweed in Your Salad and Medicine Cabinet from Mom Prepares

Foraging for Miner’s Lettuce from Grow Forage Cook Ferment

Lamb’s Quarters: Foraging for Spring Greens from Live The Old Way

Curly Dock from Oak Hill Homestead

Foraging in Spring: Garlic Mustard from Aquaberry Bliss

Growing and Foraging for Lemon Balm from Grow Forage Cook Ferment

Eat Your Weeds! Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

Ramps and Garlic Mustard Frittata from Yearning and Learning

Strawberry Knotweed Crisp from One Acre Farm

Lamb’s Quarters Chip Dip from Live The Old Way

Lamb’s Quarters Poppers from Little *Big* Harvest

Purslane Tacos from Little *Big* Harvest

Pickled Cat’s Ear Buds from Little Fall Creek

Sauteed Wild Mustard Greens with Dock, Garlic, and Onions from Little Fall Creek

Wild Greens with Polenta and Chutney Vinaigrette from Little Fall Creek

DIY Greens Supplement Powder from Joybilee Farm

Seventeen Ways to Use Wild Greens from They’re Not Our Goats

Eat Your Weeds! A guide to finding and using weeds, flowers, and other wild edibles. A My Week on Wednesday post from Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

Eat Your Flowers

Hedgerow Jelly from Pixie’s Pocket

Floral Honey with Violets and Lilacs from Jenny From the Garden

Wildcraft Infusion: Calming Red Clover, Lavender, Lemon from YogurtHydro

The Marvels of Queen Anne’s Lace – from Mom Prepares

Foraging: Pineapple Weed (Wild Chamomile) from YogurtHydro

Pineapple Weed Tea from Montana Homesteader

Lucky You! Wild, Edible Clovers are Abundant from Aquaberry Bliss

A Family Herb: Violet Plant from Herbal Academy of New England

Dandelions

Dandelion Flower Infusion from Pixie’s Pocket

How to Make Dandelion Tea, Jelly, and Syrup from Montana Homesteader

Dandelion Pesto from Yearning and Learning

Foraging for Dandelions from Grow Forage Cook Ferment

Rhubarb Dandelion Pie from Montana Homesteader

Dandelion Sourdough Pancakes from Montana Homesteader

For even more about dandelions, be sure to check out: My Week on Wednesday and Dandelions!

Eat Your Weeds! Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

Stinging Nettles

Have you ever wandered through a patch of stinging nettles? I haven’t. Or maybe I have, but I’m immune to the sting. But, regardless, I know plenty of people who have been stung by stinging nettles… and they, and you, are probably wondering why on earth anyone would want to eat the things?

Well, for one thing they are full of nutrients. I have heard it said that anything spinach can do, nettles can do better. And the other thing you need to remember is that once you cook them or prepare then in a couple of other ways the sting goes away… so you won’t feel like you’re eating live bumblebees to get those nutrients!

The Superpowers of Stinging Nettles from Little Fall Creek

7 Ways to Prepare and Eat Nettles from Mom Prepares

Stinging Nettle Chips from Yearning and Learning

Nettle Sorbet & Nettle Pesto from G&G

Nettle Ravioli from Honest Food

Nettle Lemon Balm Cupcakes from Cordial Wildcrafted Consumables

More Wild Edibles to Try

Four Wild Winter Teas from One Acre Farm

10 Common Wild Edibles Found (Almost) Everywhere from Homestead Dreamer

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat from Survival at Home

10 More Wild Plants You Can Eat from Survival at Home

Even More Wild Plants You Can Eat from Survival at Home

5 Ways to Eat Wild Edibles from Joybilee Farm

12 Native Plants for Food and Medicine from One Acre Farm

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Quote of the Week

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