Month: October 2017

arielle the homesteading huntress

Quick Updates: October 2017

Hi, everyone! While I’m committed to posting regularly, I’m still in the kooky experiment stages of a few recipes that I want to perfect before I publish them officially to my website. I thought this

chinese venison jerky how to cut venison jerky

Chinese Venison Jerky (How to Cut Venison Jerky)

This Chinese venison jerk recipe will also show you how to cut venison jerky for any recipe you want to use to preserve your wild game meat. I love jerky and I love Chinese food,

how to check for red tide and shellfish closures in bc

How to Check for Red Tide and Shellfish Closures in BC – Updated for 2018

Learning how to check for red tide and shellfish closures in BC is an essential part of harvesting shellfish safely. Every harvester, no matter how experienced they are, needs to check for red tide and

how to make apple vinegar from cores and peels

How to Make Apple Vinegar From Cores and Peels

Naturally fermented apple vinegar from cores and peels is a great way to use food waste that would otherwise be composted or thrown away. Naturally fermented apple vinegar is an excellent addition to salad dressings

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Korean Venison Japchae

Making Korean venison japchae is an excellent way to enjoy the flavours of the best Korean restaurants in the comfort of your own home – while taking advantage of the local, organic, and grass-fed venison

spiced apple butter preserves

Spiced Apple Butter Preserves (Canning)

This spiced apple butter preserves recipe made with a water bath canner tastes like autumn in British Columbia to me. I admit that this spiced apple butter preserves recipe isn’t the fastest or most straightforward

how to cure green olives

How to Cure Green Olives Naturally

Learning how to cure green olives naturally was one of my first solo urban homesteading attempts. It was such an enjoyable and fruitful venture that curing green olives has turned into an annual tradition that