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List of Ways to Use Milk Kefir – Homestead Recipe Basics

Kefir grains are used to culture milk into a beverage that has similar probiotic benefits to yogurt. Once you begin culturing kefir, your grains will begin to multiply. You can get use out of these extra grains by making kefir cheese, butter or fermented vegetables....

How to Make Healthy Slushies – Homestead Recipe Basics

Slushies typically contain unhealthy dyes and flavorings with no nutritious value. However, you can use the drink as a way of giving your kids fruits and vegetables high in vitamins and nutrients by making homemade slushies....

How to Grow Burdock – Edible Landscaping

Burdock is mostly known as a weed throughout the United States, but is considered an important root vegetable in Asian cooking. One burdock plant can produce up to 2 feet of edible root, which makes it a great addition to a wild vegetable garden....

How to Grow Oat Sprouts – Indoor Gardening

A great way to grow fresh vegetables if you live in an apartment or have limited garden space is to grow micro-greens. Oat sprouts are micro-greens high in minerals and vitamins. Oat sprouts are also easy to grow in that they require no sunlight and minimal time and effort....

How to Grow Swiss Chard – Edible Landscaping

Add a little extra color and nutrition to your garden by growing swiss chard this season. Swiss chard is considered a leafy green vegetable; however, the stalks may be white, yellow or red....