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Grain Free Granola: Super Easy, Use What You Haveby  

Homemade granola and yogurt with fresh berries is almost perfection-in-a-bowl for me. During a grain-free stint we did earlier this summer, I quickly realized that I needed an alternative to eggs or breakfast meat or plain yogurt (without grains, breakfast... Read More

It’s Not Too Late to Start a Gardenby  

Written by Diana, Contributing Writer By now, many people have their gardens well underway. Lettuces and spinach have been growing in abundance while plump roots of carrots and beets are being un-earthed. The rising heat is nudging us that Spring... Read More

11 Alternative Uses For a Coffee Grinderby  

As 2011 comes to an end, we’re sharing helpful lists to help you save money, stay healthy, get organized, creatively repurpose, frugally gift-give, intentionally celebrate and more in our “11 Things for 2011” series throughout these holiday months. As I've... Read More

Dry to Preserve: A Quick Guide to Dehydrationby  

Written by Stacey T, Contributing Writer So you’ve started your garden, and other than a few minor hiccups (which always seem to happen regardless of skill or experience), things are probably going pretty well, right? Are you preparing to preserve... Read More

How to Plant a Garden That Works for Where You Liveby  

When I first began, I suppose I had this idea that gardening was the same everywhere... you dug up some dirt, put in seeds, fertilized and pulled some weeds, then enjoyed a harvest. A little naive (or maybe just hopeful),... Read More

Selecting Seeds for Garden Successby  

Shelves stuffed full of beautiful envelopes that seem about to burst with potential. Page after glossy page of glorious looking, boldly colored vegetables. No wonder it's so hard to choose seeds for your garden with all the options out there! Beyond... Read More

Gardening 101 Series and Heirloom Seedsby  

Spring is fast approaching (are you as giddy as I am?) and our themes this month at Keeper of the Home are right on topic. We'll be sharing about non-toxic cleaning including lots of cleaner recipes, just in time for... Read More

Gardening Season Has Officially Begun!by  

Just a couple of weeks behind schedule, all of my garden seedlings have been planted! It doesn't look like much, but yesterday morning I planted 7 heirloom tomato varieties, Purple Beauty peppers, 3 winter squashes (Sugar Pie Pumpkin, Butternut, Delicata)... Read More

Heirloom Seeds: A Frugal and Healthier Option for Gardeningby  

Today's guest post from Phoebe of Getting Freedom is on a topic near and dear to my gardener's heart. I am a huge advocate of heirloom seeds, for so many of the reasons that she talks about in this excellent... Read More

Organization in the Garden: Evaluating What You Have and What You Needby  

January tends to find me just a little bit giddy. Throughout the fall and early winter, I am just pooped from gardening and preserving season. I don't really want to see another canning jar, or hardly even another fresh tomato,... Read More

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