Category Archive: Homesteading

Homemade Chicken Feed Recipes – Soy-Free, Corn-Free

Homemade Chicken Feed Recipes – Soy-Free, Corn-Free One major benefit of raising your own chickens is having inexpensive organic eggs and meat. The problem is that in many areas it is nearly impossible to get organic chicken feeds and even if you can it is expensive. Of course you can order it online, or have your feed …

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28 Strange Pinterest Ideas That Really Work

28 Strange Pinterest Ideas That Really Work I hope you are one of the lucky ones who has avoided ‘Pinterest Disasters." Unfortunately, most of us haven’t be able to dodge that bullet. Some ideas look great on paper but the reality is a big flop. Some of the strangest things work the best to improve our lifes, …

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16 Foods You Can Re-Grow from Kitchen Scraps

16 Foods You Can Re-Grow from Kitchen Scraps The next time you’re cooking a meal and chopping your vegetables, don’t just throw all the leftover pieces away . Those seeds and scraps from your vegetables can often be regrown in your kitchen or vegetable garden, saving you money and reducing food waste. Various vegetables that you can …

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How to Make Natural Homemade Hand Sanitizer

How to Make Natural Homemade Hand Sanitizer We are all accustomed to the smell and feel of strong and chemical-based sanitizers and sprays. While these products are necessary in fighting the spread of germs and treating minor abrasions, if you are a true DIYer, you know there has to be a better way to do …

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How To Dehydrate Cheese And How To Use It

How To Dehydrate Cheese And How To Use It This simple tutorial of How To Dehydrate Cheese In Your Dehydrator is a way to create a dry cheese powder for long term food storage Dehydrated cheese is a nutritious pantry item that stores long-term. As long as the dehydrated cheese is kept dry, it will stay …

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