How to: 

Go-NAtural

Eating Organically is Important. So is what we use on our skin and hair as well as what we use to clean the house.

Tools and Equipment

Measuring Instruments:  dropper, cups with spout, spoons, electronic scale

Mixing:  spatula, whisk, bowl with spout, large and small pot

stove top

food processor/coffee grinder/mixer/blender

thermometer

recycled containers

cotton

aluminum foil

parchment paper

lids/corks

strainer

comb and brush

utensils

*make sure EVERYTHING is sanitized with vinegar or boiled for 20 minutes to sterilize. 

Rule of Thumb

NO PLASTIC EVER.  When buying goods where ever you go, try to choose non plastic packaging.  Rest assured, you can indeed recycle it if need be.  Chances are, you may happen to find a container worthy of repurposing.

RAINBOW diets benefit our health.  We are what we eat.  WE need plants to live.  Stay Pure and keep it real.  

 

 

 

 

 

in the kitchen

Liquids

  • oil
  • vinegar
  • distilled water
  • milk
  • heavy cream
  • condensed milk
  • 100 proof alcohol
  • witch hazel
  • castile soap

Powders

  • flour
  • baking soda
  • baking powder
  • salt
  • sugar
  • brown sugar
  • powdered sugar
  • cocoa powder
  • aloe powder

Grains, Herbs, Nuts and such

  • teas
  • coffee
  • rice
  • oatmeal
  • nuts

Gels

  • yogurt
  • honey
  • eggs
  • aloe

Raw Materials

  • Shea butter
  • cocobutter
  • bees wax
  • soapnuts

Seasonal Fruits & Vegetables

  • anything that looks good and in season
  • aloe plant or any natural herb medicinal plants

household Essentials

This is a basic list to help you get started.  

There is nothing like homemade, and now you have what it takes to make your life easier and DIY.