Author Archives: Sarah Wittekind

Product Review: Nature’s Best Zero Carb Protein Powder, Banana Cream

As someone who has followed a low-carb eating plan off and on for almost 20 years now, I have extensive experience tasting protein powders.  With that said, I think I’ve just tasted my favorite of all time — Nature’s Best … Continue reading

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Recipe Review: Pressure Cooker Beef & Broccoli

I’ve been experimenting with pressure cooker recipes.  Last night, I made Pressure Cooker Beef and Broccoli Recipe, and I wanted to share my thoughts.

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IN Cottage Food Law: Cream Cheese Frosting Without Cream Cheese?

The other day, a TSPN Zello friend from New York mentioned the sale of baked goods from her homestead, and it got me thinking.  Could I do the same thing here in Indiana? If so, what are the rules? After … Continue reading

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Sesame Orange Chicken & Rice in the Power Pressure Cooker XL

With still more inspiration from Pressure Cooking Today, I discovered another recipe that’s definitely a keeper! Here’s what I did. Ingredients

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Taco Chicken in the Power Pressure Cooker XL

After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pressure Cooking Today, I improvised some taco chicken with my Power Pressure Cooker XL.  I was very pleased with the outcome. Ingredients

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Rabbits at the Homestead — Goal or Dream?

I once remember hearing Dr. Phil say something along the lines of, “The only difference between dreams and goals is timeline.” In the case of the Wittekind homestead, that sentiment definitely holds true, so I’ve decided to set goals rather … Continue reading

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Civil Air Patrol Adventures in Cheap Boots

At this weekend’s Civil Air Patrol Indiana Wing/Great Lakes Region Conference, I learned the most valuable lesson of my CAP career.  Cheap boots and my feet are a terrible match for one another!

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My Daughter, Budding Photographer

I’m so proud of my daughter.  She seems to really have an eye for photos, and she’s able to do a lot with her tablet and a simple app.  Maybe I’m biased, and I’ll confess that my opinion probably doesn’t … Continue reading

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Spring Chickens Laying Easter Eggs

There’s nothing like the taste of farm-fresh eggs, but when you don’t have to dye them come Easter time, you end up with some serious function stacking. Easter Eggers aren’t high production birds by any means, but they’re pretty fascinating.  … Continue reading

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Warmer Temps Inspire Big Ideas

Now that the barrier fence is up, I can’t help but think about other outside projects that I’m just itching to get started.  The weather is taunting me, and the wheels are turning for sure! It seems unseasonably warm for … Continue reading

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