Revelation

Hey, guys! Listen to this, guys. I’ve had a revelation, guys!

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(Edited: Where did my post go?? I had it all written out, I hit publish, and half my post is gone! Grrrrr! Well, here we go again.)

So I used to buy pre-shredded cheese for the convenience. I mean, who has time to shred cheese by hand when making quesadillas or quiche, right?

But then we started on this journey to a more natural life. And that’s when I started reading labels. And I learned that shredded cheese you buy from the store has extra ingredients in it to keep it from sticking together like the cheese you shred at home does (duh, Maridy!). I can’t remember now what that ingredient is, but even if it’s a “natural” ingredient, it is one that isn’t supposed to be in cheese.

So about a year and a half ago, we started buying only block cheese.

And here’s where the revelation comes in. I realized this morning (while shredding cheese) that I no longer miss the pre-shredded stuff. And I haven’t for a long while.

In fact, I used to shred a bunch ahead of time so I had the convenience on it in the fridge. But some time ago, I gave even that up. I mean, how hard is it to shred some cheese real quick for your quesadilla or quiche, right?

It’s amazing the things we think we can’t live without. And then learn we can.

Maridy

“I lift up my eyes to the hills, where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the maker of heaven and earth.” Psalm 121

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About Maridy

Hi, I'm Maridy. Me and my husband and two girls (age 11 and 4), along with a tiny dog and a huge dog currently live in a 33ft trailer while we build our house on on our homestead property in Northern Nevada (Castle Rock Homestead). My father-in-law also lives with us on the property in his own trailer, and we have chickens and rabbits as our first homestead animals. Join us on our journey to building our high desert homestead from the ground up!

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