Month: April 2013

  • Making Homemade Yogurt

    I think I have quite possibly stumbled upon the most perfect yogurt in the world. I owe my gratitude to Roller Mill Farms  who posted the recipe not long ago. And, oh my, it is simply creamy, delectable, full of good bacteria to help balance flora in your gut, and irresistible.  There are so many reasons to…

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  • Make Your Own Vitamin C Anti Aging Serum

    Who doesn’t want dewy, youthful, glowing skin all year long? I know I do. As I age I am finding that my skin feels dry, though I nourish it with lots of water and good moisturizers. We live in an area full of wind, hot summer weather, and low moisture…so I have a few things…

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