Teas from Wild Plants and Their Benefits

 
All these teas (unless specified) are brewed with one teaspoon of driedleaves or two teaspoons of fresh leaves to one cup of water. You should always steep the teas. This means pouring hot water over the tea substitutes andleaving for five to fifteen minutes. You should always dry the tea leaves and roots outof the sun, in dark airy places. Then you should store the dried teas in airtightcontainers. Persimmon Tea: a fine strong tea can be made from the persimmon leaves when dried and crushed. The leaves can be used all year round and are rich in vitamin C....
 

Do You Ever Search For Quick recipes?

 
In the quest for more time, searching for quick recipes online can be a big help. Cutting time out of cooking will free up time for other things. But, can you find easy gourmet recipes or quick crock pot recipes? The answer is yes. Many websites contain free recipes of any type that you can use. Are you looking for a quick cookie recipe? Maybe even a quick chicken recipe for dinner tonight? Whatever you choice is, you will find an answer online! For the sake of example, let us assume you are looking for a recipe for cookies....
 

Home Made Ice Cream Recipe for Coffee Can Ice Cream

 
The very best thing about having birthday cake is the ice cream that goes along with it. This delicious home made ice cream recipe can be made with a few simple ingredients and a couple of coffee cans. Learn how to make your own yummy blend! It's so easy to make and fun to eat! A great hands-on kids party activity! There's always room for ice cream. (That's my motto!) Home Made Ice Cream Recipe 1 lb. Coffee Can 3 lb. Coffee Can 1/2 cup Rock salt 1 pint Half and Half 1 1/2 tsps. Vanilla 1/3 cup + 2 tblsps....
 

Main Dish Zucchini Recipes

 
With summer coming to an end, you probably have an overabundanceof zucchini from your garden that you are trying to find recipesfor. Or maybe you know someone who is trying to find homes forall of their excess zucchini! You'd be amazed at all the mealsyou can create with zucchini. Here are just a few ideas. Stuffed Zucchini 5 medium zucchini 1/4 brown rice, uncooked 1/2 c. boiling water 1 small onion, chopped finely 1 clove garlic, minced 1/2 c. parsley, chopped finely 1/4 c. olive oil 1/2 c....
 

Steaks

 
Eating steak has always been a symbol of prosperity. During theturn of the century, steak houses were patronized by the elite. The cattle and the oil barons ate their thick cuts of sirloins smothered with oysters or stuffed with them making it too expensive of a place for the common folk. Nowadays, steaks are as popular a meat item as a hamburger. From the various cuts of steaks cooked rare or medium and also done, everyone has their own way of enjoying them. The steak eaters meal begins with a Steak And Potato Soup that ismade with sirloin tips that have been sliced very thin....
 

How to Make Beer

 
Making beer is easy, inexpensive, and most of all, fun. With the rise in popularity of homebrewing, there are a wide variety of top quality ingredients available. You can literally make hundreds of styles of beer that will taste great and impress your friends. Getting started making beer will only cost you a small amount of money, depending on your level of interest. Most beer making kits range from only $60 to $200 and make great, unique gifts. How to Make Beer Making Beer is just like cooking....
 

10 Tips for Fixing Heart Healthy Recipes

 
Do you remember Grandma's apple cobbler? Is spaghetti one of your favorite meals? You can still eat these things, but new versions of them, if you know how to swap ingredients. Here are 10 tips for fixing heart healthy recipes. 1. Replace eggs wih a cholesterol-free egg substitute. If you don't have a substitute on hand, you may use egg whites. According to the American Heart Association, two egg whites may be substituted for a whole egg in baking recipes. 2. Use fat free (skim) milk. This one change saves you calories and lowers your cholesterol level....
 

How to Make Your Own Low Fat Vanilla Ice Cream

 
Sometimes, when you have set yourself in the weight loss journey, you may miss your old friends: snacks. But life does not have to be miserable for you to lose weight. You can add flavour and colour to your life by learning a few smart eating recipes such as this delicious and easy-to-prepare low fat vanilla ice cream. This recipe is ideal for diabetic people, as it contains no sugar, and it yieds only 3 grams of fat and only 60 kilocalories (250 kilo joules). If you are in a Weight Watchers plan, that is the equivalent of 1 point per serving!...
 

Weight Loss Recipe: Apricot Chicken

 
Just because you are watching your weight, doesn't mean the whole family can't enjoy your health enhancing meals! The kids will love "Apricot Chicken" and you will love it because it is so low in calories and fat! Long term weight loss isn't about hunger, misery and crash dieting. It's a whole new way of learning to prepare nutritious food that your body needs and enjoys. "Apricot Chicken" is one of a range of hunger fighting, low fat recipes to assist you keep your weight under control. This irresistible, no-hassle meal will help you reach your weight-loss goals - while making mealtime a real treat....
 

Sot Suppe (Norwegian Sweet Soup)

 
My mother was the daughter of Norwegian immigrants who homesteaded our small Wisconsin dairy farm in the late 1800s. When my mother was a child, sweet soup was a traditional part of Christmas Eve, served cold with julekake, lefse, Christmas bread, or open-faced sandwiches. Sweet Soup is made with dried fruit and tapioca. Sot Suppe 6 cups water 1/3 cup sugar 1 tablespoon quick-cooking tapioca 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon (depending upon how well you like the taste of cinnamon; you can also use a cinnamon stick) 2 cups dried fruit (use any kind you like: apples, apricots, peaches or a mixture of dried fruit) 1 cup raisins (dark or golden) 1 cup dried prunes 1 tablespoon lemon juice (you can also use 1 teaspoon of dried lemon rind or several slices of fresh lemon) In a medium saucepan, combine the sugar, tapioca, cinnamon and water....
 
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