How To Keep Eggs For 9 To 12 Months

If you have chickens this is the article for you. there are only so many eggs that you can give away and at some point you will be swamped in eggs, using this method you can keep you eggs for 9 to 12 months with out being refrigerated, If this is something you would like …

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How To Make Your Own Dehydrated Meal Packs

Below is a great post from ‘The DIY World’, which shows you how to make your own dehydrated nutritious meal packs, with a complete day’s meals and snacks costing just a few dollars, and equally importantly, the whole pack weighs less that 1lb. These meal packs would be great for camping, hiking, fishing etc, when you have …

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No Knead 4 Ingredient Overnight Bread Anyone Can Make

The bread that is such a simple idea but one that changes how bread is made in your house. It is white bread. Don’t panic. It can be done with whole grain. You just need to increase the water to 1 1/2 cups in the recipe. It will depend on how dry your flour is, …

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Easy Raspberry-Lime Freezer Jam

If you have never tried making homemade jam, this is the recipe you should try. Homemade freezer jam is so quick and simple.  It will last in your freezer for one year.  It has a bright fresh flavor that is fabulous slathered over buttered toast.  I pack my freezer full every year.  Check out this …

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How To Set Up Your First Beehive

I wish I knew more about beekeeping when i was a bit younger i would of loved to have had my own beehive. There are so many positives to keeping bees; it obviously helps the struggling bees, your bee population will do an awesome job pollinating your flowers, vegetables and fruit, AND if you are …

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How To Make Bug Repellent Lotion Bars

Using natural repellent is great for the skin and will help keep the bugs away on days where you have to spend long periods of time outside. The requirements to make your own lotion repellent bar includes mixing water with a blend of natural oils such as Vitamin E, coconut oil, and purification oil. Check …

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Straw Bale Gardening – 101

If you garden is not perfect for growing your harvest. Do you have a yard built on rock?Or  Dirt that is sp hard it break the head of your shovel right off? These are good reasons to try straw bale gardening. If you have limited space or can’t seem to till any fertile soil then growing your …

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Cozy Grain Bin Homes as Alternative Small Housing

For anyone who lives in farming country, driving past a grain bin may put visions in your head of an unusual and nearly ready-made home just ripe for the picking. As a regular tiny house this would work really well. The bins them selves cost between free if you can pick one up to a few …

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