Bruce Crossing, MI -- On her blog Spring Mountain Living, Krystyna recently reviewed three varieties of Raw Honey and Comb honey from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Buckwheat Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, and Raw Adirondack Wildflower Honey.
“Each flavor I tried had its own tempting and unique flavors. The Raw Tulip-Poplar Black-Locust had a flavor all its own, with a hint of an orange cream aftertaste,” says Krystyna. “The comb honey not only makes a wondefully sweet treat alone, but tastes great eaten on warm bread or cake.”
To read the full review please visit: http://springmountainliving.com/mohawk-valley-trading-co-raw-honey-review-giveaway-310/
Marine Corps Veteran and homeschooling mother of two active boys, Krystyna stays busy helping her husband (and best friend!) with the daily demands of life on the farm. With a family to nurture, food to grow and preserve and animals to raise, there is never a dull moment in her life.
In addition to her green living addiction, Krystyna has a big heart for working animals. After surviving brain surgery in 2009, she was matched with her service dog, Murphy. Trained for stability and seizure detection, Murphy is an indispensable addition to Krystyna’s life.
Spring Mountain Living is striving to become a fully self-sufficient homestead. In the process of meeting their goal, they plan to pass along what they learn to others who are trying to live a similar lifestyle. They strive to live as “green” as possible, and as thrifty as they are able.
Posted by Betty
@ 07:16 PM EST
Phoenix, AZ -- On her blog Five Little Homesteaders, Colleen recently reviewed Maple Syrup from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she’s holding a giveaway for one 32 oz. glass bottle of Grade A, Robust, Dark, Pure Maple Syrup.
“I wasted so many good years where I could have been eating maple syrup… but instead, I ate “table syrup” aka high fructose syrup aka YUCK,” says Colleen. “Maple syrup is where it’s at. Give it a shot and I promise, it won’t disappoint.”
To read the full review please visit: http://www.littlehomesteaders.com/2014/02/maple-syrup-recipes/
About the Five Little Homesteaders
Five Little Homesteaders tells the story of Colleen and her husband’s urban homesteading adventures with their various chickens and three, young children. They hope to inspire people to challenge the mainstream way of thinking about food production, consumption, health sustainability, and self sufficiency.
They live in the heart of downtown Phoenix, on a .15 acre lot and their goals as urban homesteaders are to produce as much of their own food as possible, teach and show their children about where our food comes from, be good stewards of the earth, cook mostly from scratch, using whole food ingredients, prepare themselves to be as self sufficient as possible, and simplify their daily lives through less screen time, more togetherness and less “stuff.”
Posted by Betty
@ 03:53 PM EST
Savannah, GA -- On her blog Gathering My Roses, Terri recently reviewed 100% Pure Beeswax Candles from The Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition, she’s holding a giveaway for an assortment of beeswax candles. The candle bundle includes; one 2” x 6” 100% pure beeswax pillar candle, two 100% pure beeswax votive candles, two 100% pure beeswax taper candles, six 100% pure beeswax tea light candles, and twelve 100% pure beeswax birthday candles.
“No one wants to try to pry dried wax from a nice table cloth! Guess what? There were *NO* drips! None!” says Terri. “And after the candles were blown out... no soot, no lingering smoke, and best of all, no worries!”
To read the full review please visit: http://gatheringmyroses.blogspot.com/2014/02/mohawk-valley-beeswax-candles-review.html
Terri is a Social Media Consultant, Brand Influencer, Product Reviewer, Blogger, Historian, proud Mom of two amazing daughters and Wife to the best husband on earth.
Posted by Betty
@ 03:23 PM EST