IT HAPPENED OVER 125 YEARS AGO...
It happened over 125 years ago when my pioneering great-great-grandmother, Lillie May Busby, drove her covered wagon across Oklahoma through Texas with her 17 children. Although they were poor, my family knew how to make do with very little. They produced enough food to feed the whole family along their journey through unchartered territory.
Today we carry with us that same pioneering spirit as we push through new boundaries on our modern voyage to rediscover the purpose of self-reliance, independence and sustainability.
All it takes to start on your journey is Ready Nutrition’s Homestead Vegetable Garden-In-A-Can®, some good dirt, a fresh water source, a healthy dose of sunshine and a Little TLC every now and again.
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Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable with several amazing health benefits. It aids the body in the treatment of constipation and stomach ulcers. Not only that, it is also a natural and powerful antioxidant, meaning that it purifies the blood and removes toxins, primarily free radicals and uric acid which are the main causes of rheumatism, gout, arthritis, renal calculi, skin diseases, and eczema.read more
Cauliflower is often known as one of the world’s healthiest foods! It got this distinction because it’s rich in so many nutrients. Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, pantothenic acid, and vitamin B6. It is a very good source of choline, dietary fiber,omega-3 fatty acids, manganese, phosphorus, and biotin.read more
Broccoli is a staple in many home gardens for its delicious crisp flavor and healthful nutritious disease-fighting properties. Broccoli is a cool-season crop and can be grown from seed in both the spring and fall. Try growing some of your own broccoli in your garden!read more
Starting a late summer second planting can give you double the harvest! Follow these tips for additional harvests.read more
If you have patience, carrots are a fun yet easy to grow vegetable. An added benefit is that there are only 25 calories in a medium-sized carrot making them “waistline friendly” like most vegetables. Carrots are also rich in beta-carotene, which converts to vitamin A in the body.read more
Growing a healthy crop of beets is possible! Beets are chock full of the immune-boosting nutrient vitamin C, which will help your body fight off colds naturally, but that’s not all! They also contain a unique source of phytonutrients called betalains. Betanin and vulgaxanthin are the two best-studied betalains from beets, and both have been shown to provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification support.read more