Nasturtium

So I just made a delightful salad from the lettuce in our garden for lunch today.  I included the typical lettuce mix and one plant that you may or may not have heard. Nasturtium If you know me, you know that everything we grow here at The Chosen Weeds Farm serves a purpose, and when
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Backyard Bonding

Tips For Getting Your Kids into the Garden Guest Post by Craig Scott of Everything Backyard So, you want to get your child in the garden? Well, unless your kid is planning to be the next great botanist, that task may be difficult. Let’s face it, the only gardening kids are really interested in is
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What I Learned in History

This is the start of a new series on the blog called “What I learned in history.”   Basically, these will be short blog posts about interesting, and little know, historical figures and events that I am learning through my Liberty Classroom membership and other studies as well. You are probably wondering why a homesteader and
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[This post contains affiliate links] When we eliminated grains from out diet, I went on a hunt for a sandwich bread that would hit the mark with my toughest critics….my kids.    I have spent A LOT of time and a fair amount of money trying to find the perfect recipe.  Like many of the recipes
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The White Death

Sugar….It’s a dirty word these days, especially if you’re creating a healthy life style, although the food industry will tell you otherwise.  They have long sought to demonize fat and make sugar god.  Then you have nutritionists and health gurus speaking in the other ear saying to avoid it at all cost. I understand that it
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