Mix your own whole grain feed and give your livestock REAL food... not just a pelleted ration made from grain by-products with added, sometimes synthetic vitamins and minerals.
Remember, if you eat eggs or meats produced from your livestock... YOU'LL
BE EATING WHAT YOU'VE FED.
Here is the list of grains available;
Alfalfa Pellets .37/lb $17.50/50lb
Barley .25/lb $12.50/50lb
Bean(navy) .38/lb $19.00/50lb
Corn (cracked) .28/lb $14.00/50lb
Millet .28/lb $14.00/50lb
Oats (whole) .28/lb $14.00/50lb
Sunflower Seed .40/lb $10.00/25lb
Wheat .24/lb $12.00/50lb
Save $$ if you order over 1,500 pounds of any combination of grains as
it's in 50lb quantities.
Check out what we feed our animals at Falconridgefarm.org
Email or Call 417.668.-0055 to place your order, or to have questions answered.
Regardless of whether your sugar is white, brown, or powdered, it will never
spoil because it doesn't support bacterial growth.
The challenge with sugar is to keep it from hardening into chunks. To keep sugar
fresh, store it in an airtight container or seal it in a plastic bag. If your
brown sugar is more like a brown rock, you can revive it with just a minute in
the microwave on low heat.
2. Pure vanilla extract
If you have pure vanilla extract in the back of the cupboard, there's no need to
throw it out because it lasts forever. It may be more expensive than its
imitation counterpart, but its shelf life certainly outweighs the extra cost.
Keep that vanilla flavor at its best by sealing the botttle after each use and
storing it in a cool, dark place.
White, wild, jasmine, arborio and basmati rice all keep forever so there's no
need to throw them out. Brown rice is the one exception because it has a higher
oil content so store it in the refrigerator or freeze it to maximize its shelf
life. Once you've opened a bag or box of rice, move it to an airtight container
or resealable freezer bag to keep it fresh.
4. Corn starch
You can thicken gravies and sauces for years with just one box of corn starch
because it keeps indefinitely. Store this kitchen staple in a cool, dry area and
be sure to reseal it tightly after each use.
Whether you use it in your tea, on your toast or as an alternative sweetener,
that jar of pure honey is good forever. It may get grainy or change color, but
it's still safe to eat — and delicious — because its antibiotic properties keep
it from spoiling.
You can help keep it fresh by storing it in a cool area, and you can improve the
quality of crystallized honey by placing the jar in warm water and stirring it
until the grainy parts dissolve.
The contents of your salt shaker will never spoil, regardless of whether it's
basic table salt or sea salt. Simply store it in a cool, dry place and salt will
7. Corn syrup
If you come across a years-old bottle of corn syrup in your pantry, don't throw
it out. This sweetener keeps indefinitely as long as you keep it sealed and
store it in a cool, dry area.
8. Maple syrup
What good are pancakes or waffles without maple syrup? Luckily, this flavorful
syrup will never spoil if you refrigerate it or freeze it. For long-term
storage, seal it in an airtight plastic container and freeze it.
"The freezer is such a useful tool that can really save you money because there
are very few foods that don't freeze well," says Janice Revell of StillTasty.com.
9. Distilled white vinegar
This wonder product can be used for everything, from making marinades and salad
dressings to cleaning house and doing laundry. But the best thing about
distilled white vinegar is that it lasts for years. Simply close it tightly
after each use and store the bottle in a cool, dark place.
The foundation of all foundations, and the pillar of all wisdom, is to know that there is a First Existence, who brings all existences into being; that all existences of heaven and earth and between them, derive existence only from the truth of His existence
Devarim-Deuteronomy 7:9. Know, therefore, that the Lord, your G-d He is G-d, the faithful G-d, Who keeps the covenant and loving kindness with those who love Him and keep His commandments to a thousand generations.
"If you don't understand weapons, you don't understand fighting. If you don't understand fighting you don't understand war. If you don't understand war you don't understand history. If you don't understand history, you might as well live with your head in a sack." an unknown Jewish sage
1/2 cup sesame paste (tahini)
1 cup water
2 lemons, juice only
4 garlic cloves, chopped
salt to taste
Place sesame paste in the bowl of a with water, lemon
juice, garlic cloves, and cumin. Pulse to combine, then process until
the mixture has the consistency of thick cream. Transfer to a bowl and
add salt to taste.
Tehina will keep for at least a week, tightly covered in the refrigerator.
Makes 1 1/2 cups (6 - 1/4 cup servings)
Per Serving (excluding unknown items): 127 Calories; 11g Fat (69.2%
calories from fat); 4g Protein; 7g Carbohydrate; 2g ; 0mg
Cholesterol; 26mg Sodium.
Exchanges: 1/2 Grain(Starch); 1/2 Lean Meat; 0 Vegetable; 0 Fruit; 2 Fat.