What everyone calls bone broth today is what Grandma called 'broth' - it comes from long, slow simmering of bones in water. The biggest difference between bone broth and regular stock is that bone broth is cooked a lot longer.
Before you waste money on kits and fermented foods you have never tried, and definitely before you leap with both feet into fermentation of your own foods, take a few moments and consider these fermented foods instead.
A homemade household - that is, one in which all or most of the foods are made from scratch - needs a certain base of pantry staples. Save time and save money by having a pantry with the foods that you need.
Now that you've set your gardening goals, it's time to look at planning your beautiful, practical and convenient kitchen garden - also known as a potager!
Not everything belongs in the main garden. A kitchen garden, or potager, is a long-standing tradition of beauty, convenience and practicality. A kitchen garden is essential for food self-reliance!