Homemade Bleach

Homemade bleach is an effective disinfectant, clothes whitener, and all-purpose household sanitizer. Check out our inexpensive, non-toxic recipes!

Top 25 Posts of 2012

Top 25 Posts of 2012

What a year this has been! Here are our 25 most popular posts, just in case you missed them.

Homemade Powdered Sugar

Homemade Powdered Sugar

Making your own homemade powdered sugar allows you to use whatever mineral-rich sugar you desire while still having fluffy sugar for all your baking projects.

Homemade Cough Drops

Homemade Cough Drops

Our homemade cough drops will soothe your tickly throat, decongest your sinuses, and help you efficiently clear out phlegm. Oh, and they taste great too!

Cinnamon Nutmeg Toothpaste

Cinnamon Nutmeg Toothpaste

Making your own toothpaste helps you avoid toxic ingredients and allows you create any number of yummy concoctions. Besides being delicious, cinnamon and nutmeg oils are strong antibacterials and great for those with sensitive teeth.

Fluffy Rose & Rhubarb Honey-Sweetened Marshmallows

Fluffy Rose & Rhubarb Honey-Sweetened Marshmallows

Rhubarb guimauve, aka marshmallows, are a delightful confection – and should be eaten as such. Enjoy this version with earthy, tart rhubarb, plenty of honey, and the sweetness of cane sugar. Perfect for both camping trips and romantic dinners, these treats are sure to bring a smile.

Healthy, Kid-Tested Barbecue & Picnic Condiments

Healthy, Kid-Tested Barbecue & Picnic Condiments

Store-bought condiments are fraught with additives and preservatives, but our whole food versions of 5 popular barbecue condiments will bring a touch of nourishing, homemade goodness to your next barbecue. (And they actually taste like their store-bought counterparts!)

Nourishing Links

Nourishing Links

I’m singing a concert this weekend, so I’m taking a break from All Things Blog for a few days. Thus, during my absence, please enjoy this list of links that inform and inspire sustainable and natural living.

Being thirtysomething

Being thirtysomething

Today’s post comes from my friend, Rev. Aimee Moiso, who recently wrote this article on her blog, The Ridge Path, reflecting on how to take joy in life’s journeys. My deepest thanks for her willingness to share it here at Nourishing Joy.