Homesteading Link Up and Homemade Ginger Beer

The weekly Homesteading Link Up allows us to share our knowledge, progress, skills and stories about our own homesteads. Everyone is invited to link up – whether you have a balcony garden or hundreds of acres; whether you have been at it for years or are just getting started.

Featured Post: Easy Homemade Ginger Beer

From Rebecca of Natural Mothers Network: “Ginger beer has to be one of the best summer thirst quenchers ever. I can’t think of anything better than enjoying a pitcher of iced ginger beer and sharing a family BBQ on a warm summer’s eve. Real ginger beer requires a starter culture and although it’s equally delicious, it needs some advanced planning. So here is a fabulous shortcut for getting fantastic results in no time. By the time the BBQ has warmed, your ice-cold ginger beer will be ready to drink! Ideally, your ginger beer should have a strong ‘ginger’ taste and the flavour should be hot and spicy, unlike its milder cousin, ginger ale.”

This recipe for Homemade Ginger Beer looks great because it is so quick and easy! I have been wanting to try to make homemade soda but all the other recipes I have found take so long. I’m definitely going to try this one!

Link Up Your Post!

What to link: any of your posts from this week that are about any homesteading topic: gardening, cooking, preserving, sewing, raising animals… This is a very broad topic! I would love to have everyone share the button on their own blog posts and visit some of the posts that have linked up to help us build community and learn from each other.

One of the links posted will be selected to be featured next week, with an excerpt and a link back in the Homesteading Link Up post.

 

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5 Responses to Homesteading Link Up and Homemade Ginger Beer

  1. Thanks for hosting this link up! Where can I get the code for your button?
    Kristina (The Greening of Westford) recently posted..Don’t Toss Those Citrus Peels!My Profile

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    Um, I’m working on it! I have rudimentary code skills :)

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  4. Thanks for hosting :)
    Your site would also be a great fit for our Sustainable Living Linky List at http://sustainablesuburbia.net/sustainable-living-blogs/ – it’s a permanent blog list, rather than list of individual posts. It also has the code at the top for using my list’s button, which you are welcome to copy and just change the details (URL to link to, URL of your image and alternative text for the image), if that helps :)
    Kirsten recently posted..Vegetable Garden Basics: How to grow carrotsMy Profile

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