If you’re just getting started on your tiny house journey, there are many choices you have in your future. From nails or screws, type of flooring, or even window sizes, you may already have decision fatigue. That’s okay. Many people before you have built a tiny house and we […]
Ethan Waldman has some of the most helpful resources in the tiny house world. He has written several books including and Tiny House Parking. Next Saturday, January 13th, he will be hosting a Before You Build webinar for tiny house enthusiasts. Although geared towards enthusiasts just getting started, you can […]
Is your dairy-free family obsessed with yogurt like mine? This homemade almond milk yogurt recipe is a delicious, affordable option if you and your family love yogurt but are vegan or can’t tolerate dairy products.
Years ago, I made a gallon of homemade cow’s yogurt at a shot. My kids would gobble it up in a few days. It was simple to make and the control over each ingredient made me happy.
Fast forward a few years. We discovered milk caused tummy aches, diarrhea, and heartburn in my kids. It was heartbreaking. My kids loved milk and yogurt! But the cost of non-dairy yogurt was a hard pill to swallow. The way my kids eat yogurt, they kick a pint size yogurt container each by 10am.
I experimented with making my own almond milk yogurt. It was a rough road: Lots of failed yogurt batches and disappointed little kids when a batch didn’t pan out. We made the best of it.
Here are 3 lessons I had to learn the hard way. Don’t make the same mistakes. Let’s save you time, money and frustration.
1. You Must Use Homemade Almond Milk
I have attempted to make yogurt with several varieties of store-bought almond milk.
Here are 10 things you can resolve to do this year to help make a big difference in the world, and save you some money, too.
There are so many types of roofs out there for your tiny home! We have brought together six different types of roofs that are considered standard for tiny houses. Get creative with your tiny home. It’s yours, after all! Remember you can always add dormer or skylights for more space […]
In an effort to deliver an exceptional resource hub on all things tiny house related, we want to hear from you! We want to know where you shop for tiny house plans! We are conducting research continuously to ensure we bring great, up-to-date information to viewers like yourself. There are […]
There is an ongoing tiny house movement in the USA, and the momentum it is growing at is plausible. The trend is expected, with reasons related to sustainability, portability, and economics driving the idea. However, there is more to living in a tiny home than the excitement and the low […]
Clothing is the first category we will look at now that you’ve decided to get started! We have many more categories ahead of us so it’s important to stay motivated and positive while going through this process. I’m here to help you get through all the steps so don’t give […]
What goes better with a steaming cup of hot cocoa or a cozy fire than marshmallows, right?
Unfortunately for the person with food sensitivities, the average store-bought marshmallow can be problematic. I mean, aside from the nasty GMO corn or wheat syrup, why exactly does a white marshmallow need FD&C Blue No. 5, anyway?
These whole food, homemade marshmallows have none of the unnecessary artificial colors, flavors or chemical stabilizers, nor any of the refined, GMO sugars that are in the store-bought variety. In face, all you need to make these yummy, honey-sweetened marshmallows are simple ingredients: Purified water, grass-fed gelatin, honey, maple syrup, real vanilla extract, and a pinch of sea salt.
Homemade marshmallows are really easy to make but you will need a candy thermometer to make sure the syrup gets to just the right temperature. You can find them easily at most kitchen goods stores or online. Also, you’ll want an upright stand mixer or old-fashioned hand mixer to make quick work of your marshmallows!
For the best s’mores ever, toast these babies up and smush them between gluten-free, dairy-free chocolate chip cookies. They are also outstanding in hot cocoa or masala chai tea.
Julie Guthman sets her sights on a tangled story involving land, plant breeding, border policy, pathogens, and highly effective, highly toxic soil fumigants.