A while ago I wrote a post about how to grow stevia, this post however is why stevia is a healthy substitute for sugar. Our family uses a lot of different sugar substitutes such as stevia, erythritol, and xylitol. Stevia was once banned from the United States back in 1991 as they had done studies… Continue reading All About Stevia
When I wrote my post about yaks a while back, I couldn't help but keep comparing them to a bison. Well, it turns out the two are quite similar so today we'll go over their similarities and differences. Image from en.wikipedia.org Similarities Both yaks and bison are in the family Bovidae. Which means they are… Continue reading Yak Vs. Bison
Goat milk vs cow milk. Which is healthier? Which tastes better? I guess we are about to find out! Similarities Both milks contain all 9 of the essential amino acids(proteins), 1/3 of our daily calcium, vitamins A, D, and minerals like magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium. Cow Goat Images from mindbodygreen.com Differences The tastes of both… Continue reading Goat Milk vs. Cow Milk
Despite the fact that these two animals look distinctly different many people get them confused. They both have long necks, wooly bodies, and the ability to spit when threatened. They also are both a member of the camelid family. What is different? First of all I want you to look at these two pictures: Image… Continue reading What Is The Difference Between A Llama And An Alpaca?
In honor of National Pig Day I decided to write a post with some fun and interesting facts about pigs! Pigs can't sweat to keep cool, so instead they cover themselves in mud to cool off and to protect themselves from getting sunburn. Pigs will eat everything that comes their way! They are omnivores so… Continue reading Fun Facts About Pigs