As grocery prices continue to climb, more people are learning about growing their own food. From beginners to experienced gardeners, these are some of the best gardening books to help you grow more food, and better quality food. Some of these are classics, others are new, and most are in my homestead library. I do…
The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies: The Healing Power of Plant Medicine by Dr. Nicole Apelian and Claude Davis is not quite as advertised. We’ll discuss the good and the bad, and whether or not it’s worth $37.
We saw “The Lost Ways” by Claude Davis being advertised widely and purchased a copy. It has a a few interesting items, and a lot of recipes. Overall we do not recommend it. We’ll explain why, and share the books that we prefer.
We’ve picked out the best homesteading books to get you started on your homesteading journey. Our top three all have enough detail to take you from start to finish on many homestead projects, but deliver it in different styles. Looking specifically for information on growing your own food? Check out the Best Gardening Books list….
“Raising Pastured Rabbits For Meat” by Nichki Carangelo is all about raising meat rabbits for profit in a pasture based system.