Michelle

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Date registered: September 14, 2010

Latest posts

  1. Perfect Potatoes — May 5, 2017
  2. Seasoned Anasazi Beans — May 5, 2017
  3. Potato Soup For All Seasons — April 5, 2017
  4. Keeping Up With The Bills (Revised) — December 28, 2016
  5. Bacon Kale Skillet — August 19, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. Our visit to Sunny Day Farms Animal Sanctuary! — 8 comments
  2. Saving the Grocery Budget — 8 comments
  3. Black Bean and Sweet Potato Empanadas — 7 comments
  4. Dehydrating peaches — 7 comments
  5. Chocolate Covered Pretzels — 6 comments

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May 10

Down Home

    You may have noticed but there have been a lot of changes around here.   The biggest change by far is the name.   While I have loved writing at The Vegan Bee, over the past year or so I have felt the need to move in different directions with the topics I …

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Apr 09

Berry Muffins

Muffins are our go-to comfort breakfast around here. This is a basic recipe that can be modified with various berries or fruit. Berry Muffins 2 cups whole wheat flour 1/2 tsp baking soda 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 3/4 cup sugar 1 egg equivalent (EnerG or “flax” egg) 2 – 3 cups frozen …

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Feb 24

Around the Homestead

It’s hard to believe we have been living in our new home four months already. While we still have so many projects to do around the property and the house, I am still amazed at all we have done so far. When we first moved in, it was ROUGH living for a few weeks. But …

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Jan 26

Whole Wheat Sourdough Pancakes

I’m fairly new to the sourdough game. But after reading Vintage Remedies Guide to Bread, I am motivated to incorporate it more into our routine. I am currently using Desem sourdough culture, which is a whole wheat culture available through Cultures for Health.   Sourdough pancakes are a great way to use excess starter left …

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Jan 15

Natural Laundry Soap

It’s that time again – with a larger family it seems like I am always doing laundry. I always chuckle when I read about folks with “laundry days” where they can bang out their laundry in an hour or two a week. I find myself needing to do one or two loads a day to …

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Nov 17

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

I wanted to share a cookie I prepared recently. It’s super easy, and it stores well. Prep ahead and keep in the fridge until you are ready to bake. 4 1-ounce squares of unsweetened Baker’s chocolate 1/2 cup coconut oil 1/2 cup peanut butter 2 cups sugar 3 eqq equivalents (EnerG or flax work well) …

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Nov 08

Three Weeks In

We purchased a cottage on 1-acre in the woods of the Florida Panhandle three weeks ago. It’s a real fixer-upper, but each day we make a little more progress. The first week, running water was the biggest task. Some of the water pipes had cracked during the period the house sat uninhabited. The first few …

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Oct 19

Four Walls and a Roof

If you follow me on Instagram ( and I hope you do! – I share pictures and updates regularly there), you know my family has been camping for the past month. We have been bouncing around this idea of downsizing our home, getting some acreage, and living minimally for a couple of years now. We …

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