I’m so glad to meet you, via Jill’s Homestead Toolbox. Jill and I have similar goals–to live a more sustainable life while helping our readers do the same. So I was eager to offer my latest project–for free–to all of Jill’s readers, from The Prairie Homestead.
I’m a newbie homesteader.
A few years ago, my family started on our homestead journey. We started growing our own food, canning our fruits and veggies, raising our own meat, and even milking our own Holstein, named Scout (after the feisty main character in To Kill A Mockingbird, of course).
I knew that fresh milk from our own grass-fed cow is loaded with natural enzymes, fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. And I love knowing where our food is coming from.
But I was never a fan of maple syrup.
So there we were enjoying all this “real food” on our homestead, but never once thinking about the huge amount of refined sugar we were consuming. Until my husband tapped a few trees.
Now I can’t get enough. I use maple syrup for baking, and I (almost magically) turn it into pure maple sugar as well. I love that it’s an all-natural sweetener loaded with antioxidants that support the body’s immune system, it supports heart health, and it has less calories than white sugar!
But, best of all, I know exactly where it comes from–it’s not refined and processed in a factory, but it comes from my own trees right in my own back yard. Talk about farm-to-table and sustainable living!
You don’t have to have a cow.
If you think you’d like to start a journey toward healthier, more natural eating, you don’t have to buy a family cow.
Consider making your own all-natural sweetener right in your own kitchen, starting today! All the information you’ll need is included in my 14-page, full-color eBook, Make Maple Sugar in 3 simple steps!
This eBook will only be available for purchase in my online shop after November 1st. But you can download your copy–for FREE–today. Just sign up for my weekly-ish eNewsletter right here. Once a week, on Thursday mornings, I’ll send you an encouraging email with links to recipes, projects, or crazy new homesteading things I’m learning in my neck of the woods, on my little, 200-yr-old New England farm. Simply type your email below, and you can immediately access your own free copy of Make Maple Sugar.
Start making all-natural maple sugar today! Download your free copy of Make Maple Sugar when you sign up here!
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