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How to make homemade milk kefir. The simplest tutorial to healthy probiotic kefir at home.

How to Make Milk Kefir: Step-by-Step Guide - Live Simply

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Homemade kefir is a probiotic drink. It’s made using a culture of yeast and bacteria (like a kombucha SCOBY) called, “grains”, a word used to describe the appearance not the ingredients.

The Vikings were very clean compared to the other cultures of their day. In fact, according to cleric John of Wallingford, the Vikings combed their hair daily, changed their woolen undergarments often and bathed each week. Viking Answer Lady also states that archaeological evidence shows that the Vikings made their own soap. Their soap contained...

How to Make Viking Soap

The Vikings were very clean compared to the other cultures of their day. In fact, according to cleric John of Wallingford, the Vikings combed their hair daily, changed their woolen undergarments often and bathed each week. Viking Answer Lady also states that archaeological evidence shows that the Vikings made their ...

Okay, so the wonderful Indie-Visible collective I belong to has prompted its members to make Pinterest-Pinable posts about FOOD. Yes, because who can resist food, right? But there’s a catch: we hav…

Honey Cake, Medieval Style

Okay, so the wonderful Indie-Visible collective I belong to has prompted its members to make Pinterest-Pinable posts about FOOD. Yes, because who can resist food, right? But there’s a catch: we have to provide a…

Honey Cake, Medieval Style

Honey Cake, Medieval Style

Okay, so the wonderful Indie-Visible collective I belong to has prompted its members to make Pinterest-Pinable posts about FOOD. Yes, because who can resist food, right? But there’s a catch: we have to provide a…

Viking Age Recipe - Fish Soup More @facebook.com/rocklovefanpage

Viking Age Recipe - Fish Soup More @facebook.com/rocklovefanpage

Making Waxed linen Fabric - for covering food and food containers

Waxed Linen, a Recyclable, Reusable, Tinfoil Alternative for Food Storage - SHTF Blog – Modern Survival

Guest post today by Julie Anne Eason. What I like about this post, and what I think many preppers will also like, is that the product she's describing here is eco-friendly, requires just a little do-it-yourself skills and it saves money. Many preppers understand the financial and common sense value of saving leftovers. This easy-to-make product will help you do just that.

How to Make Viking Soap

The Vikings were very clean compared to the other cultures of their day. In fact, according to cleric John of Wallingford, the Vikings combed their hair daily, changed their woolen undergarments often and bathed each week. Viking Answer Lady also states that archaeological evidence shows that the Vikings made their ...

Viking food

Lore and Saga. The Living History Service for Education. Viking Burials

Living history services and resources for schools, museums and heritage sites. Viking and Roman in school sessions and craft demonstrations. teachers notes and worksheets.

Daily Histoire

Daily Histoire

Allison Cimino of RockLove Jewelry (www.RockLove.com) is inspired by world travel, eras of history, and ancient cultures. Each collection begins with immersive research, shared here. Daily facts,...

Medieval gingerbread recipe

Gingerbread ( Gingered bread) recipe - Cookit!

Cookit is a searchable, growing database of recipes and video podcasts, including cooking methods, equipment guides, a glossary, favourite school dinners, lesson plans for teachers, a recipe calendar, activities and a history cookbook showing recipes and cooking methods since prehistoric times. You can also submit your own recipes to the site.

This golden nectar has a wonderful sweet, smooth taste and an usually high percentage that can induce merriness pretty quickly.

Recipe: How To Make Your Own Medieval Mead

This golden nectar has a wonderful sweet, smooth taste and an usually high percentage that can induce merriness pretty quickly.