31 Homemade Bath Salt Recipes You Can DIY Easily (2022)

If you look up ‘bath salts’ online, you’ll find two rather polar descriptions. One is harmful to teens. The other means they might never leave the bathroom! We’re talking about the latter – a concoction of soluble minerals and salts you can add to bathwater. They tingle on your skin and simulate the effect of soaking in natural hot springs. Or even the hot tub at the spa.

But commercial bath salts often have chemicals and additives that could cause skin issues. Also, they’re expensive. So lots of bath lovers prefer to brew their own DIY bath salts at home. It’s much easier than you’d think and doesn’t take long. Plus, once you make a batch, you can store it for months. So let’s check out some simple bath salt recipes you can try.

1. Amandatory Peppermint DIY Bath Salts

The difference between bath salts and bath bombs is the ‘packaging’. Bath bombs are shaped into compact balls that dissolve slowly. Bath salts are often stored in granulated crystal form. Combine Dead Sea salt, Himalayan pink salt, and Hawaiian black lava salt, red rose petals, and sparkly mica to make a colorful mix. For fragrance and aromatherapy, add peppermint.

2. Ten-Minute DIY Bath Salts

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The process of making DIY bath salts is simple – just mix and bottle! But you may be unsure of what flavors and variants go well together. This recipe uses Epsom salt, coarse pink sea salt, baking soda, and essential oils. You can add crushed flower petals and a moisturizing body oil of your choice. Coconut and almond are good options. Poke holes in the lid if you need to.

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3. Lakishaa’s Oil-Infused Bath Salts

Dollar Tree bath salts are pretty and pocket-friendly. But when you want a premium product on a tight budget, you elevate those cents-worthy scents with a few simple tricks. Lakishaa mixes pink and purple store-bought bath salts with an oil blend (olive, coconut, tea-tree, vitamin A + E) aloe vera, glycerine + rose water, rosemary, fennel, and bath splash.

4. Healthy Maven DIY Bath Salts

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The same base ingredients can form multiple variants of DIY bath salts. These are Epsom salt, Dead Sea salt, Himalayan pink salt, assorted essential oils, and assorted dried herbs. Davida’s four favourite mixes are lavender + chamomile for sleep; rose + coconut for skin; neroli + sandalwood for relaxing; or eucalyptus + grapefruit + cloves + rosemary for energy.

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5. Sparkling Unicorn Bath Salts

When you’re making bath salts at home, store them in see-through jars. That helps you visually enjoy the sparkles and patterns in your bath salts. This recipe mixes pink, blue, white, and purple salt to form sparkly unicorn stripes. Other ingredients in this DIY bath salt recipe include multi-colored mica, holographic glitter, liquid coloring, and Natrasorb.

6. House & Homestead DIY Bath Salts

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Baking soda is a common ingredient in DIY bath salts. But some say it gets explosive in airtight spaces. And bath salts are kept airtight to stop them clumping. So consider making smaller portions and using them quickly. This recipe has Epsom salt, baking soda, sea salt, and essential oils. Options include vetiver, frankincense, palmarosa, and tons of others.

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7. BYOUniique Bath Salts

Yes, some people make DIY bath salts using regular table salt. They might color it, or they might use pre-colored salt like Himalayan pink or Hawaiian black lava. But this recipe uses designated salt. It lists the benefits of every ingredient so now you know why you love those salty soaks! The recipe has Epsom, pink salt, rose petals, mica, peppermint, and rosemary.

8. DIY Bath Salts For Girls and Guys

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While bath bombs are more heavily perfumed than bath salts, the latter still have advantages for aromatherapy. And the fragrance you choose influences the effects of the bath salt. This variant uses Dead Sea salt and orange oil, which is soothing and relaxing. Or try the men’s version with Epsom and Dead Sea salt plus lemongrass, ginger, and sweet almond oils.

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9. Mrs. Soap & Clay Bath Salts

This lady filmed herself making soap every day for a year. And she has some useful tips for fizzy DIY bath salts. For one thing, she recommends using moisturizing oils as well as essential oils. This is because essential oils are extremely concentrated and often need a milder ‘carrier’ to prevent adverse reactions. Salt won’t do it, so she adds grape seed oil.

10. Tiny Laguna Herbal Bath Salts

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As you decide what herbs and spices to mix into DIY bath salts, remember the result. They look pretty in the jar and smell great in the water, but all those bits will cling to your skin, get rinsed off, and end up in the drain, so use organics where you can. This recipe has lavender, Tulsi basil, rose, and calendula herbs. The oils are cardamom and rosemary.

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11. Soy and Shea Soaking Salts

Natrasorb is a starch made from tapioca roots. It’s a secret weapon for DIY bath salts because it absorbs excess moisture, stopping the salts from clumping. It’s also an amazingly effective carrier for oils and fragrances. This sleepy-time bath salt recipe has lavender, chamomile, and rose. A quick tip is to burst flavored infusion ‘teabags’ into your bath salts.

12. Luxurious Lavender DIY Bath Salt

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The previous video had some great advice if you don’t like flowers and herbs floating in the bath. Instead of putting your DIY bath salts straight into the water, put them in a drawstring muslin bag and steep it in the bathtub. These bags are great for scenting towels too. But for this DIY lavender bath salt, the colorful lavender petals and pink salt are the best part!

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13. Mishika and Mumma’s DIY Bath Salt

This adorable mother-daughter pair are making bath salts (with a muslin bag) for Father’s Day. It’s intended for a soothing soak after a hectic day, so there’s a lot of lavender in there (buds, essential oil, petals, and coloring). Lavender is great for detox, relaxing muscles, and helping you sleep. The bath salt recipe also has lemon oil, lemon zest, rose, and peppermint.

14. Healing DIY Bath Salts

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You may wonder which salt to use for your DIY bath salt recipe. This article explains what each salt 9and each essential oil) does, so you can effectively mingle them according to your needs. Dead Sea salt helps with allergies and skin conditions. Pink salt eases swelling and stress. Celtic salt is anti-inflammatory and good for the brain. Epsom salt soothes sore muscles.

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15. Pure Nature DIY Bath Salts

If you’d like your DIY bath salts to fizz like bath bombs, you can mix baking soda and citric acid powder into the salt. Otherwise, take your choice of two or three salts (Epsom and pink salt are used here), a carrier oil like coconut, olive, or almond, and your chosen essential oil. This recipe adds rose petals, calendula, or lavender to different mixes. One even has oats!

16. Seven Recipes for DIY Bath Salts

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Can’t decide which of these bath salts you like? Make small batches of each and test them out. You need half a cup of your chosen salt, 2 tablespoons of carrier oil (jojoba or almond), and 6 to 8 drops of essential oil. Try lavender, eucalyptus, orange, cedarwood, frankincense, chamomile, clary sage, geranium, sandalwood, grapefruit, peppermint, or bergamot.

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17. Scented DIY Bath Salts

Mixed textures make your bath salts look great on the shelf. This recipe uses fine Epsom salt, coarse sea salt, and baking soda. Food coloring or soap coloring add visual appeal and won’t stain your skin or bathtub. The essential oil used here is a blend of lavender and vanilla. The bath salt is a gift, so twine, labels, and a cute wooden spoon are customized.

18. Oily House Fizzing Bath Salts

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Not everyone wants their bath salts to bubble and fizz. (That’s what bath bombs are for!) But here’s a handy DIY recipe if you like that effervescence – citric acid and baking soda. It’s that acid-alkali reaction that causes the frothy foam. This bath salt mix also has natural coloring, corn starch, fractionated coconut oil, and essential oils. Copaiba is great for sore muscles.

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19. Aroma Hut DIY Bath Salt

We mentioned before that soap coloring and food coloring won’t stain your tub. But some brands might be less kosher, so the safest option is to make organic coloring at home. Colour is optional though. This recipe mixes baking soda with Dead Sea salt, Epsom salt, and regular sea salt. It adds three essential oils (cedarwood, sweet orange, and lavender).

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20. Quirky Inspired DIY Bath Salts

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Bath salts are a great way to get rid of the day’s negative energies. Both physically and psychologically. So try this batch that’s based on Epsom salt and can be colored purple if you like. Other things you’ll put into the DIY bath salt jar include lavender and orange essential oils. You can add lavender petals if you like, but use dried petals, not fresh ones.

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21. Kylie Dupe DIY Bath Salts

This video is so fun to watch. And it’s helpful too! Plus, her accent is divine. So if you have a hankering for Kylie Jenner bath salts but you don’t have the budget for them, try this homemade clone instead. The audio and video lose sync at some point, so just listen and follow along. It has sea salt, pink salt, jasmine, rose, chamomile, lavender, apple, vitamin E, and pearl.

22. Merry Messy Detox Bath Salts

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If you have sensitive skin, you may want to avoid ‘hot’ essential oils like citrus, peppermint, wintergreen, eucalyptus, or lavender. When these mix with warm bath water, they can ‘burn’ so keep them for foot soaks. For a mild DIY bath salt that still detoxifies your skin, try coarse Epsom salt and lavender oil. And you can still use flower petals from the ‘hot’ oils above.

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23. Bramble Berry Milk Bath Salts

Who said you have to use tapioca (natrasorb) or corn starch? Have you tried mixing buttermilk powder into your DIY bath salts? It’s a whole new level and goes great with pink salt. Yes, it will dissolve into the bath, but even Cleopatra bathed in milk, so dive in! Other ingredients include jasmine flowers, and an essential oil of your choice (jasmine works).

24. Fizzy Mermaid Bath Salts

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On this list, we’ve tried unicorn bath salts, where the colors were arranged in spirals ‘like a unicorn horn’. Now let’s try a mermaid bath salt. The trick is to use coarse salt in seaside soap colors from magical underwater kingdoms. These include turquoise, coral, sea-green, aqua, or ocean blue. Sparkly mica can mimic the glimmering sun or moon on the waves.

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25. Super Wow Bath Salts

We mentioned at the start that bath salts feel like swimming in a hot spring. But you can also shower under a mineral waterfall and enjoy the same silky feeling on your skin. So if you don’t have a tub, put the bath salts in a bucket or basin and just splash it over your body. This DIY bath salt recipe has Epsom salt, pink salt, peppermint essential oil, and petals.

26. Mojito Bath Salts

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Don’t worry, it won’t get you drunk. But it does have the elements of a mojito (minus the booze). The main essential oil in this DIY bath salt is lime. The recipe also sneaks in a few drops of vanilla and peppermint oils. Add some fine Epsom salt, coarse sea salt, and lime zest for garnish. If you want a touch of sparkle, you could add green mica or neon coloring.

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27. Oatmeal Bath Salts

Here’s another milky solution to that rough day. If you were little, a warm glass of milk would cheer your right up. But as an adult, you probably have lactose issues, so just bathe in it instead! The recipe has milk powder, oatmeal powder, pink salt, Epsom salt, essential oils, and dried flower petals (lavender buds, rose, and chamomile). You may need to rinse off!

28. Candy Cane DIY Bath Salt

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The tricky thing about striped bath salts is you may have to use the whole thing to enjoy all the layers. This set is inspired by candy canes, so it alternates layers of coarse pink salt, finer (white) Epsom salt, and green dried herbs (mint). It has no oils or fragrances though, so you may need a few drops of vanilla jojoba on the side. You can drip them straight into the tub.

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29. DIY Ritual Bath Salts

No, you won’t be sacrificed to spring solstice deities. But creating a pampering ritual for yourself can help you get through tough times. And a weekly soak in this DIY bath salt could be just the thing. The bath salt is fairly standard – essential oils, baking soda, Himalayan pink salt, Epsom salt, and dried flower petals. It also has dried fruit and soaking crystals.

30. Two-Ingredient Bath Salts

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You don’t always want a fuss when you’re making DIY bath salts. And you might not want the hassle of cleaning flower petals, seeds, herbs, glitter, and color off the bathtub. If that’s the case, try this easy peasy recipe – you just need a salt of your choice and an essential oil you like. Since there’s no carrier, mix everything extra carefully to infuse the salt effectively.

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31. DIY Aromatherapy Bath Salts

You may assume the essential oils in bath salts will only work externally. After all, you’re not going to drink the water. But as your skin is soothed by oils and salts, you inhale some of those particulate scents. Hence aromatherapy. All three recipes here have Epsom salt and baking soda. Try vanilla + eucalyptus oils for flu. Or tea-tree oil + matcha powder for acne.

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Every few years, the leg discourse gets revived on social media. According to multiple users, the average Caucasian doesn’t wash their legs when they bathe. The reasoning is that shaving gets rid of dirt and that the soap from your hair and body will get your legs clean anyway. There’s an even more deeply entrenched ... Read more

A good exfoliating DIY foot bath can help make your feet soft and smooth again.. And if you mix it with ACV for a DIY foot bath, it can soothe painful cracks, peel off dead skin, soften your feet, and ease foot sores.. So a DIY foot bath with baking soda is a treat.. Pour some in the soaking after or massage your feet with sugar after soaking them in plain water.. This recipe contains Dead Sea salt, aloe vera gel to soothe pain and swelling, and peppermint essential oil.. It soaks up its own weight in liquid, so when you want to make a DIY foot soak using rice, you can try two options.. It combines orange essential oil, orange tea bags, baking soda, and Epsom salt.. One scrub that works well with this DIY foot bath is a mixture of sugar and Epsom salt with oil.. And coconut milk is soothing, moisturizing, and cleansing.. You can follow up with coconut oil for extra cleaning.. What’s your favorite DIY foot bath?

Homemade laundry detergent is simple, cheap, and effective in all washer types. Save money and avoid chemicals with DIY laundry detergent.

Homemade laundry detergent is simple, cheap, and effective in all washer types.. Save money and avoid chemicals with DIY laundry detergent.. This is the ORIGINAL homemade laundry detergent recipe, all others only imitate what you’ll find here.This is a fun project that will save you money and help you rid your home of toxic chemical cleaners.. When we first set out to make our own homemade laundry detergent we thought it would be difficult and time-consuming – turns out it’s neither.. Moreover, this powdered DIY laundry detergent recipe requires just three simple ingredients and takes only a few minutes to make.. Generally, you can purchase all these DIY laundry detergent ingredients at your local grocery store:. A 55-ounce box of Arm & Hammer® Super Washing Soda = $3.99 76-ounce box of 20 Mule Team ® Borax = $4.99 10 pack of 4.5-ounce bars of Ivory ® Bar Soap. There you have it folks – simple, easy, fast, and efficient homemade laundry detergent!. Arm & Hammer ® liquid 100 ounce detergent – $6.79 – 32 loads = $0.21 per load Tide® with Bleach powder 267 ounce detergent – $20.32 – 95 loads = $0.21 per load Jabs Homemade powder 32 ounce detergent – $2.98 – 64 loads = $0.05 per load. This is the best laundry soap to use with septic tanks because it contains zero phosphates and zero fillers (like montmorillonite clay) that cause commercial powder detergents to clog lines.. Go get the ingredients and make your homemade laundry detergent today!

Homemade fabric softener and homemade dryer sheets have no strong chemical scents like store brands. Their light, natural smell is awesome!

Homemade fabric softener and homemade dryer sheets have no strong chemical scents like store brands.. You’re probably familiar with our homemade laundry detergent , so today let’s learn how to soften laundry (and save money) with natural homemade fabric softener and homemade dryer sheets.. You can add vinegar to a Downy ball and throw it in with your laundry, or pour vinegar directly into the fabric softener dispenser if your washing machine has one.. That’s because there is evidence that toxic fragrance chemicals can be present in commercial dryer sheets that can be absorbed into your skin when you put your clothes on.. You will love experimenting with different homemade fabric softener scents along the way, and will never have to put dryer sheets on your grocery list again!. Add 3-5 drops of essential oil to your cloth and throw it into the dryer with your laundry.. You can use these cotton dryer sheets for 2 or 3 loads, each time adding 3 more drops of your favorite essential oil.. Note: These homemade dryer sheets do not soften laundry they are mainly for adding scent.. To soften clothes use the homemade fabric softener recipe above.. Another way to soften naturally is to use felted wool balls in the dryer, which also decreases static.. That alone makes homemade fabric softener and homemade dryer sheets worth my time.. A recent study revealed that many of the top-selling commercially scented cleaning products – including air fresheners, laundry detergents, fabric softeners, dryer sheets, disinfectants, dish detergents, all-purpose cleaners, soaps, hand sanitizers, lotions, deodorants, and shampoos – emit more than 100 volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including some that are classified as toxic or hazardous by federal laws.. The Consumer Product Safety Commission, which regulates cleaning supplies, air fresheners, and laundry products, currently does not require manufacturers to disclose any ingredients on the label, including fragrances in these products.. Homemade fabric softener and homemade dryer sheets contain only what you choose to put in them – that’s part of the beauty of making your own cleaners.. Commercial dryer sheets coat your clothing with a thin film of artificial chemical perfumes.

Everything you need to know about how to sugar wax. Plus, learn how to make homemade sugar wax, a 3-ingredient alternative to daily shaving.

Said to be traditional waxing’s cheaper, less painful and more natural sister, sugar waxing promises a 3-ingredient alternative to daily shaving.. The sugar wax recipe that Newmark recommends is:. -1 cup white sugar. -1/8 cup lemon juice (or apple cider vinegar). -1/8 cup warm water. Unlike traditional wax, sugar wax doesn’t need to be hot to work.. But if your sugar wax isn’t the right consistency, cotton waxing strips may help by giving the wax something to cling to.. Unless you’re ingesting the sugar wax (which, um, you shouldn’t be…), the sugar will never enter your blood stream and therefore won’t have an affect on blood sugar levels.. Since making sugar wax is all about evaporating the liquid until the melted sugar reaches a soft, sticky consistency, microwaving made it hard to boil off enough liquid.. Immediately remove wax from the heat and transfer it to a glass jar to stop the cooking process (the wax can shatter cold glass, so run your jar under hot water for a minute to prep it for the wax).

See how to make DIY shower steamers! This easy step-by-step tutorial includes a unique shower steamer recipe and 8 aromatherapy scents.

Shower steamers are also known as shower bombs, shower fizzies, shower tablets, or shower melts.. Shower steamer bombs are one way to enjoy shower aromatherapy.. The list seems a bit long, but you need only 4 ingredients to make a basic shower steamer (baking soda, citric acid, essential oils, and Sorbitan oleate).. After making the shower bomb mixture, you got 2 options to form steamers using a silicone mold or mooncake press .. Make shower steamer mixture .. Make shower steamer mixture Combine dry ingredients .. Make shower steamer mixture .

Simple, homemade, and customizable body butter that leaves the skin naturally-nourished and moisturized.

After some research, I discovered that body butter is a rich and moisturizing skincare product that’s generally made with skincare butters, like shea butter and cocoa butter.. Body butter, on the other hand, is made exclusively with butter(s) and oil(s), so it’s very thick.. Homemade body butter starts with butter.. You’ll need a total of 1/2 cup butter, so you can either double the shea (for a total of 1/2 cup), or mix the shea with a different butter: 1/4 cup of cocoa butter or 1/4 cup of mango butter.. I use unrefined/crude shea butter in recipes (including body butter), but if you don’t care for the (natural) fragrance, I recommend using refined shea butter.. Since shea butter is naturally soft, it can be used as the main ingredient in body butter, or it may be combined with another butter–cocoa or mango butter–to create a custom body butter.. I don’t recommend making a 100% cocoa butter body butter because you’ll end up with a final product that’s solid as a rock.. Cocoa butter must be mixed with a softer butter, like shea or mango butter, to yield a soft and spreadable final product.. It’s a soft butter, similar to shea butter, that can have a bit of a gritty texture before it’s melted down to create body butter.. If you don’t want to use shea butter to make body butter, then mango butter is the best replacement.. Mango butter may be combined with shea or cocoa butter to create a custom body butter.. Now that we’ve touched on the basics of body butter, let’s take a look at my formula for making your own custom body butter.. If you used cocoa butter in your body butter, then whisk the mixture with a fork until it appears "whipped.". If you used shea and/or mango butters in your body butter, then you can use the same technique with a fork, or use a stand mixer to "whip" the mixture.. * Mango butter will yield a softer body butter.

Homemade Shower Gel is non-toxic and made with all-natural ingredients. Combine aloe vera gel, castile soap, vitamin E oil and essential oils to a mixing bowl. Using an immersion blender, mix well.

Homemade shower gel is made with natural ingredients and is very moisturizing for the skin.. Because I love a soap that lathers, I am using castile soap and vegetable glycerin in this recipe, and the two of those can really make a soap lather.. It is best to use aloe vera gel, rather than aloe vera liquid.. Whereas, the gel is known to be better for skin and will allow the shower gel to have a thicker consistency.. This recipe will last for about 6 months when stored in an airtight container.. 1 cup castile soap 1 cup pure aloe vera gel 2 tablespoons vegetable glycerin 10 drops vitamin E oil 15-30 drops essential oils

Make your own homemade daily shower cleaner spray - save money with this easy recipe made with common household ingredients

After you shower you simply mist some of the spray around on the shower walls and it helps to keep your shower clean with less mold or mineral buildup in between more thorough cleanings.. My homemade daily shower cleaner spray is actually doing an even better job than the store bought stuff was and that’s because the homemade version includes a dishwasher rinse aid product in the recipe.. This has done an awesome job of leaving the shower surfaces cleaner and smoother after a shower.. This homemade daily shower cleaner spray keeps the water spots from ever forming on the glass windows in the first place!. My recipe makes a 32 oz batch, which is the same size as the commercial brands of daily shower cleaner sprays that are being sold.. Just save the bottle from a store bought brand once you’ve used it up, and simply refill it with your own homemade version.. If you are re-using a 32 oz bottle from a store bought daily shower cleaner spray, you really don’t even need to measure for this step .. You might also see that this mixture is a light color when you first mix it (because of the rinse aid or colored dish soap that may have been used) but over time the mixture seems to look more clear.. Once again, I think it’s the peroxide in the mixture that causes the colors to slowly fade away.. This DIY homemade version will help keep your shower clean with no scrubbing or wiping needed!. If you are re-using a 32 oz bottle from a store bought daily shower cleaner spray, you really don’t even need to measure for this step .

This easy recipe for old fashioned fermented saltwater brine pickles yields crunchy, crispy, delicious dill pickles even Claussen can’t beat

These garlic and dill pickles are naturally fermented and result in a salty and sour pickle that's both crunchy and reminiscent of a classic old-fashioned deli pickle.. Saltwater brine pickles are also known as fermented pickles, but in reality, they're both just old-fashioned salt and water pickles that have gone through a natural fermentation process.. While there is certainly enough room in my heart for both fermented pickles and my beloved great-grandmother's mustard pickle recipe , fermented pickles have not been heated and the naturally occurring enzymes and beneficial vitamins are still fully present (even heightened!. Even refrigerator pickles are different than fermented pickles.. A time-saver, seriously, I can have a 1/2 gallon jar of fermented pickles going in as little as 10 minutes.. With canning pickles, you're kind of stuck with the pucker power of the vinegar for safety reasons, but with fermented pickles, you can “lessen” the sour punch by shortening the number of days you allow it to ferment.. My water bath canner takes quite a bit of water to fill it up, but with fermented pickles, I'm only using 4 cups of water for a 1/2 gallon jar of pickles.. Clean glass jar or pickling crock (I prefer a Mason jar for everything except sauerkraut) Airlock fermenting lids (these fermenting lids are my favorite , they seem to be more airtight than the silicone Mason jar tops, though I do use both) Fermenting weight (you can use a ziplock bag or a small baby food jar filled with water but I prefer these glass fermenting weights) Pickling cucumbers Fermenting Salt (table salt won't work, you need a salt that has minerals and nutrients in it, I use Redmond's Real Salt and buy it in a 10-pound bucket for the best deal , but any good sea salt will work) Fresh dill Garlic Brine (a combination of salt and water) Grape leaves (optional) Pickling spices, caraway seeds, or mustard seeds (optional). Pickling lid- these are special lids that help keep oxygen out (which helps keep mold and bacteria out of your ferment) to keep your ferment healthy and happy.. Melissa Norris Brine for fermenting 2 Tablespoons salt 4 cups water cucumbers to fill wide mouth 1/2 gallon jar 2 heads dill 4 to 5 cloves garlic or more. you can add 1 fresh grape leaf to the bottom of the jar for a crispier pickle make sure you remove both ends of the pickles. There you have it, my fermented pickle recipe.. Have you ever had a traditional fermented pickle or saltwater brine pickles?

Here are some cheap healthy family meal ideas and recipes to feed a family of 4 for just $26 per week! Quick and easy basic family meals!

This family meal plan includes 21 basic meals that are easy to make even if you aren’t especially good at baking or cooking.. Dinner #2 – Stir fry with rice – 2 thighs worth of meat with 1/4 pkg.. Dinner #4 – Roast Chicken with fried potatoes and baby carrots, 1/2 package each onions and peppers. Dinner #6 – Baked potatoes with ham with 1/4 pkg.. garlic powder. 1-2 cups vegetables (carrots, onions, green peppers). 2 Tbsp.. water. 2 cups cooked rice. bacon grease or margarine. 6 potatoes, sliced or cubed. salt and pepper. 1/2 cup green onions, green peppers chopped (to taste, optional). Bones from chicken. 1/2-1 cup leftover cooked chicken. about 4 quarts of water. 1 bay leaf (optional). 1 or 2 carrots (optional). 1/2 box spaghetti (optional). salt and pepper. onion powder (about 1 tsp.). If you like the taste of oven baked potatoes but forgot to put them in the oven in time, nuke them in the microwave for 2-3 minutes.. 1 egg. 1/2 cup milk. 1/4 cup vegetable oil. 1/2 cup sugar. 1 1/2 tsp.. baking powder. 1/2 tsp.


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