Canned spaghetti sauce, homemade noodles, homemade mozzarella cheese, homemade ricotta cheese, my canned beef bologna, and a couple farm fresh eggs.  WOW!  What a combo!  I made the mozzarella cheese and from the whey I made the ricotta and it was easy.  It took no more than 45 minutes for the cheese making.  My canned beef bologna was nice with some added fennel to give it that italian zip.  This canned meat is just so handy.  I can make so many wonderful meals for such a low price.  I figure this 9x13 lasagna costed me about $3 and it fed my family for 2 meals.  That is a bargain.  We have the cow that gives us milk so we can make the cheeses.  We have the chickens that give the eggs to make the noodles.  We grew the tomatoes that I made the spaghetti sauce with.  We had an Amish friend that raised the beef that we butchered to can the bologna.  It is just so wonderful to be able to KNOW what is in your food.  No chemicals, no preservatives, no GMOs, no hormones, just good old fashioned food right from our own hands.  Exciting!


Just for a reminder…

Tea Time Talk Show Tuesday Upcoming Schedule:

Tuesday, May 1, 2018  at 10 am CST will feature Co-Host Owen Newman

  • The following Tuesday will be featuring Owen Newman from the hills of TN talking about homesteading and the simple life.  He has a lot of wisdom and experience living with less and making the most of each and every resource they are given.  If you have any specific questions, please leave a comment below or send us an email or message on facebook from the keeper of the homestead page.  

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