🌱 Another simple, nutritious, and delicious homestead meal 🍳 Three varities of radish, snap peas, bok choy, mustard greens, kale, and arugula lightly sauteed in coconut oil, seasoned with sweet onion and garlic powder, plus scrambled eggs with just a pinch of chili powder 🌶 100% homegrown, with exception of the oil, salt 'n pepper ✊
FAQ: To keep our girls and their eggs as healthy as possible too, they are fed Scratch and Peck "Naturally Free" Organic layer feed, along with treats of chopped garden greens and kombucha SCOBY, black oil sunflower seeds, plain whole organic yogurt, and other healthy snacks ~ all in moderation of course! We also recently started sprouting dry legumes, seeds, and grains (not beans!) for them, and they love 'em! But more on that later...
The next items on our chicken To-Do list is to start making our own bulk layer feed, and also ferment their feed on occasion! We did it for a while last year and then fell out of the habit. Do you ferment your chicken feed? What's the most simple, hassle-free way you have found (say, for a small flock of 5)? How many days? Our girls got very picky on the length of fermentation - three days seemed to be the sweet spot. No more, no less...🤔😅 Thanks in advance!
When there’s sun in my apartment, it sure looks beautiful. It’s easy to forget in winter with all those clouds ☁️ constantly covering the skies. I thought I was running away from that when moving away from The Netherlands 😅
Hello friends, Big fragrance and big blooms is what Delbards Grand Perfume Collection is all about and this is the first bloom of the stunning Rose Chartreuse de Parme from that collection. She truly is a star with brilliant form and a perfume of Tangerine, Citronella, Hyacinth, Lilac, Passionfriit, Mango and Litchi !!! WOW! I am in love all over again 😍😄🙏🌹Much love, Carol xo